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Samuel W. Bogley (1941-)
MSA SC 3520-1492


Born Samuel Walter Bogley, III, in Washington, D.C., November 16, 1941. Son of S. Walter Bogley, Jr., and his wife, Anna Cornelia (Roberts) Bogley. Attended public schools; Landon School, Bethesda, Maryland; Duke University; University of Maryland; University of Baltimore School of Law, 1967. Admitted to Maryland bar, June 1968. Catholic. Married Rita Brady; 8 children: Christopher, Robert, Jonathan, Vincent Paul, Laura, Michele, Rita, Katie.

Zoning Enforcement Officer, Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission. Chief Clerk, People's Court in Upper Marlboro, Prince George's County, 1964-1968. Commissioner, Prince George's County, elected 1970. Member, Prince George's County Council. Lieutenant Governor, 1979-1983; elected by voters for a four-year tem under the Constitution of 1867 as amended in 1970. Member, United States Merit System Protection Board, under President Ronald Regan. Attorney in private practice.

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