Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Frank C. Robey, Jr.
MSA SC 3520-13370


Born in Baltimore, Maryland, April 26, 1936.  Attended Baltimore public schools; Western Maryland College, A.B., 1957; Loyola College, M.Ed., 1963; The Johns Hopkins University, Certificate of Advanced Study in Education, 1966; University of Maryland; University of Wisconsin; University of Puget Sound; Wisconsin State University.  Married.

General Assembly:
House of Delegates, Legislative Districts 3 & 44 (D), Baltimore City, 1971-82.

Private Career and Other Public Service:
Educational administrator.  Served in U.S. Army, 1958-60.  Delegate, 1967 Constitutional Convention of Maryland.  Director, Office of Central Services, Maryland Department of General Services, 1985-86.  Assistant secretary, Department of General Services, 1987-88.  Director, Emergency Management and Civil Defense Bureau, Baltimore County, 1989-92.  Member, Governor's Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice; Executive/Legislative Task Force on Prisons; Special Committee on Transit Operating Costs.  Board of trustees, Maryland Historical Trust; Western Maryland College.  Member, Original Northwood Association; Third District Citizens for Good Government.  Received numerous service awards.

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