C. Anthony Muse
MSA SC 3520-12282
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, April 17, 1958. Attended Morgan State University, B.A., history; Wesley Theological Seminary, M.Div.; Howard University, doctor of ministry, church and community development. Married; two children.
House of Delegates, Legislative District 26 (D), Prince George's County, 1995-99. Member, Ways and Means Committee, 1995-99; Transportation Subcommittee; Bi-County Affairs Committee, Prince George's County delegation.
Private Career and Other Public Service:
Pastor, Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, Ellicott City; Mount Olivet United Methodist Church, Catonsville. Senior pastor, Gibbons United Methodist Church, Brandywine. Youth program coordinator, Washington East District, Baltimore-Washington Area Methodist Conference. Teacher and lecturer, United Methodist School of Christian Growth. Member, State Ethics Commission, 1987-92. Chaplain, Maryland Legislative Black Caucus, 1995-99. Member, Task Force to Examine the State's Cemetery and Funeral Industry, 1996. Co-chair, Task Force on the Education of Homeless Children and Youth in Maryland, 1997-99. Member, Task Force to Study County Property Tax Setoffs and Related Fiscal Issues, 1997; Foster Care Review Board, Prince George's County; Teacher Advisory Council, Baltimore City; board of directors, Red Cross; Greater Southeast Community Hospital; Prince George's Community Ministries. President, Southern Maryland Ministers' Alliance. Member, executive board, Southern Maryland Area Self Help; advisory committee, Wesley Theological Seminary. Participant, Aftercare program, Prince George's County Corrections Department. Chaplain, Howard County Police Department. E. Stanley Jones Award. Outstanding Citizen Award, Baltimore County Chapter, NAACP. Community Service Award, Howard County Council; Baltimore County Executive. Outstanding Young Men of America, Jaycees, twice a recipient.
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