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[photo, Eugene R. Lynch, Chief of Staff, Maryland Office of Governor] EUGENE R. LYNCH III (1957-2008)
Governor's Chief of Staff, 2002-03
Governor's Deputy Chief of Staff, 1998-2002

Secretary of General Services, 1996-98
Acting Secretary of General Services, 1995-96

Chief of Staff, Office of Governor, October 15, 2002 to January 15, 2003. Homeland Security Advisor, 2002-03. Chair, Rebuild La Plata Task Force, 2002-03. Member, Prince George's Hospital System Improvement Task Force, 2002-03.

Deputy Chief of Staff, Office of Governor, 1998-2002. Member, Smart Growth and Neighborhood Conservation Subcabinet, 1998-2003; Smart Codes Strategy Group, 1999-2003. Chair, Task Force to Ensure Utility Services, 1999-2000. Chair, Task Force on Regulatory Reform, 2000-01. Chair, Maryland Building Rehabilitation Code Advisory Council, 2000-03. Member, Anti-Terrorism Work Group, 2001-02.


Secretary of General Services, 1996-98. Acting Secretary of General Services, 1995-96. Chair, Government House Trust, 1995-98. Member, Governor's Executive Council, 1995-98; Asbestos Oversight Committee, 1995-98; Commission on Correctional Standards, 1995-98; Maryland Food Center Authority, 1995-98; General Professional Services Selection Board, 1995-98; Hall of Records Commission, 1995-98; State Information Technology Board, 1995-98; Pricing Committee for Blind Industries and Services of Maryland, 1995-98; Pricing and Selection Committee for Rehabilitation and Employment Programs, 1995-98; Interagency Committee on School Construction, 1995-98; State Use Industries Advisory Committee, 1995-98; Smart Growth and Neighborhood Conservation Subcabinet, 1998. Chair, Task Force on School Construction Work-Based Learning and Apprenticeship Programs, 1998.

Chief Assistant to County Executive, Montgomery County, 1990-94. Chief Administrative Officer, Montgomery County, 1994-95. Member, Planning Board, Montgomery County, 2007-08.

Born in Naples, Italy, April 21, 1957. University of Maryland College Park, B.A. (economics), summa cum laude, 1983. Former executive director, Frontlash, (youth arm of AFL-CIO). Founder, president and chief executive, Smart Growth Investments, 2003-08. Founder and chief operating officer, 1982-90, Shelter Works, Inc., a residential construction company. Board of Overseers, Center for Advanced Research in Biotechnology. Co-founder, Montgomery County Housing Partnership (an affordable-housing initiative). President, Allied Civic Group. Married; four children. Died in Rockville. Maryland, February 1, 2008.


In February 2008, the Silver Spring Urban Park was renamed the Eugene R. Lynch III Urban Park in Mr. Lynch's honor.

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