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Peter Teeley is an American political consultant and diplomat, who served as press secretary to Vice-President George Bush, Sr. from 1980 to 1985 and as United States Ambassador to Canada from 1992 to 1993.
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He was press secretary to Senators Robert P. Griffin and Jacob Javits prior to joining Gerald Ford's campaign staff in 1976. Following Ford's defeat in that year's presidential election, he became communications director for the Republican National Committee, and joined Bush's campaign staff in 1980. He left the White House in 1985 to launch his own consulting firm, but was later appointed as the American representative to the United Nations Children's Fund in 1990.
He was appointed Ambassador to Canada in 1992, and served until February 28, 1993, shortly after Bill Clinton succeeded Bush to the presidency. He subsequently joined Amgen as its vice-president of government and public relations.
Teeley was diagnosed with cancer in 1991. He subsequently published a book about his treatment and recovery, The Complete Cancer Survival Guide, in 2000.