Director Robert S. Mueller, III, today announced the appointment
of the following individuals to key posts.
John A. Klochan, Jr., Special Agent in Charge,
Counterintelligence, New York Field Division: Mr. Klochan entered on duty with the Bureau in 1971 and has served
in the Chicago, Detroit, and New York Field Divisions. While at FBI Headquarters, Mr. Klochan served
as a Supervisory Special Agent in the National Security
Division before being transferred to New York where he
also worked as a supervisor working foreign counterintelligence
recently, Mr. Klochan has served as Assistant Special
Agent in Charge, National Security Division, Branch A,
Kenneth T. McCabe, Special Agent in Charge, Pittsburgh Field Division:
Mr. McCabe entered on duty with the Bureau in 1984
and has served in the Cincinnati, Miami, and San Juan
at FBI Headquarters, Mr. McCabe helped start the Russian
Organized Crime Unit and served as acting Unit Chief.
He also served in the Inspection Division at FBI
Headquarters for fifteen months as a Team leader.
Most recently, Mr. McCabe has served as Chief,
Operational Response Section, Laboratory Division where
he is responsible for the Hazardous Material Response
Unit, Evidence Response Team, Crisis Response Unit, and
the Bomb Data Center.
Michael A. Donner, Detail to Central Intelligence Agency, Counterintelligence
Center: Mr. Donner
entered on duty with the Bureau in 1975 and has served
in the Cincinnati and Washington, D.C. Field Divisions.
While serving in the Washington, D.C. Field Office,
Mr. Donner was assigned to work on the Aldrich Ames espionage
1995, he was promoted to Stationary supervisor for a squad
that handles espionage investigations such as the Earl
Pitts, and other sensitive investigations.
Most recently, Mr. Donner has served as a Unit
Chief in the Counterintelligence Division.