Archives of Maryland
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Isaiah "Ike" Dixon, Jr. (1922-2013)  
MSA SC 3520-13264


Born December 23, 1922, in Baltimore, Maryland.  Attended Baltimore parochial schools, public schools, and colleges; Howard University, D.C.  Married; two children.  Died April 26, 2013, in Timonium, Maryland. 

General Assembly:
House of Delegates, Baltimore City, 1967-82.  Authored bill to give safe driving credit to insureds in the Assign Risk Plan.

Private Career and Other Public Service:
Businessman, realtor, and insurance broker.  Veteran.  Member, Government Operations Committee of National Conference of State Legislatures.  Elected delegate, 7th Congressional District, to the Democratic Mini-Convention in Kansas City, Missouri, 1974.  Elected delegate, 7th Congressional District, to the Democratic National Convention in New York City, 1976.  Advisory board member, Advance Federal Savings and Loan Association.  Member, Central Maryland Health Systems Sub-Area Council; Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors Arbitration Panel; Board of Directors, Baltimore Aquarium.  Member, NAACP.  NAACP's Certificate of Honor, 1970; Calverton Junior High School Certificate of Merit, 1972; The Joint Center for Political Studies Certificate of Training in Management.  Member, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity.

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