Patricio Samper Gnecco
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Patricio Samper Gnecco
Patricio Samper Gnecco
Colombia Ambassador to Israel

1993 - 2 May 2001
PresidentCésar Gaviria Trujillo
Alfonso Valdivieso Sarmiento
David de La Rosa Pérez
Colombia Ambassador to Bulgaria

1992-1993
PresidentCésar Gaviria Trujillo
Evelio Ramírez Martínez
Personal details
Born(1930-11-01)1 November 1930
Bogotá, D.C., Colombia
Died5 January 2006(2006-01-05) (aged 75)
Bogotá, D.C., Colombia
NationalityColombian
Political partyNew Liberalism
Spouse(s)
Beatriz Elvira Salazar Camacho (-1984)
Genoveva Carrasco (-1995)
Maria José de F. Rodrigues (-2006)
Relations
Children
Fernando Samper Salazar
Santiago Samper Salazar
Jerónimo Samper Salazar
Ana María Samper Salazar
Mónica Samper Salazar
Arturo Samper Salazar
Paula Samper Salazar
Guillermo Samper Salazar
Estefanía Samper Carrasco
Simón Samper Carrasco
Alma materNational University of Colombia (BArch, )
ProfessionArchitect

Patricio Samper Gnecco (1 November 1930 – 5 January 2006) was a Colombia architect, urbanist and politician. A former Ambassador of Colombia to Israel and former Ambassador of Colombia to Bulgaria, he also served as Councilman for Bogotá from 1980 until 1990.

Personal life

Patricio was born on 1 November 1930 in Bogotá[1] to Santiago Samper Ortega descendant of the O'Donnell dynasty and Blanca Gnecco Fallón .[2] He married Beatriz Elvira Salazar Camacho with whom he had eight children, Santiago, Jerónimo, Ana María, Mónica, Fernando, Arturo, Paula, and Guillermo;[2] they later separated. He later remarried to Genoveva Carrasco with whom he had two children, Estefanía and Simón.[2] After the death of his second wife in 1995, he remarried to Maria José de F Rodrigues who survived him after his death on 5 January 2006 in Bogotá. He was a cousin of Ernesto Samper Pizano

References

  1. ^ "Proyecto de Acuerdo No. 029 de 2006" (in Spanish). Bogotá: Bogotá D.C., City Council of. 2006. Retrieved 2012.
  2. ^ a b c García Vásquez, Julio Cesar. "Ernesto Samper Pizano, Familiares Y Parentela" (PDF) (in Spanish). Interconexion Colombia. Retrieved 2012.



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