Cabinet of President Ronald Reagan

Cabinet of President Ronald Reagan

Cabinet of President Ronald Reagan
January 20, 1981-January 20, 1985 (Term 1)
State Alexander Meigs Haig, Jr.
George Pratt Shultz (from July 16, 1982)
Treasury Donald Thomas Regan
Defense Caspar Willard Weinberger
Attorney General William French Smith
Interior James Gaius Watt
William Patrick Clark (from November 21, 1983)
Agriculture John Rusling Block
Commerce Malcolm Baldrige
Labor Raymond Joseph Donovan
Health and Human Services Richard Schultz Schweiker
Margaret Mary O'Shaughnessy Heckler (from March 9, 1983)
Housing and Urban Development Samuel Riley Pierce, Jr.
Transportation Drew (Andrew) Lindsay Lewis, Jr.
Elizabeth Hanford Dole (from February 7, 1983)
Energy James Burrows Edwards
Donald Paul Hodel (from December 8, 1982)
Education Terrel Howard Bell
January 20, 1985-January 20, 1989 (Term 2)
State George Pratt Shultz
Treasury Donald Thomas Regan
James Addison Baker III (Baker, James Addison, III) (from February 25, 1985)
Nicholas Frederick Brady (from August 18, 1988)
Defense Caspar Willard Weinberger
Frank Charles Carlucci III (from November 21, 1987)
Attorney General William French Smith
Edwin Meese III (from February 25, 1985)
Richard Lewis (Dick) Thornburgh (from August 11, 1988)
Interior Donald Paul Hodel
Agriculture John Rusling Block
Richard Edmund Lyng (from March 7, 1986)
Commerce Malcolm Baldrige
Calvin William Verity, Jr. (from October 19, 1987)
Labor Raymond James Donovan
William Emerson (Bill) Brock III (from April 29, 1985)
Ann Dore McLaughlin (from December 17, 1987)
Health and Human Services Margaret Mary O'Shaughnessy Heckler
Otis Ray Bowen (from December 13, 1985)
Housing and Urban Development Samuel Riley Pierce, Jr.
Transportation Elizabeth Hanford Dole
James Horace Burnley IV (from December 3, 1987)
Energy John Stewart Herrington
Education Terrel Howard Bell
William John Bennett (from February 7, 1985)
Lauro Fred Cavazos, Jr. (from September 20, 1988)
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