DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, & REGULATION

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[photo, Frederick L. Dewberry, Maryland Secretary of Licensing & Regulation] FREDERICK L. DEWBERRY, JR. (1921-1990)

Secretary of Licensing & Regulation, 1984-86

Deputy Secretary of Transportation, 1979-84

Executive Assistant to Governor, 1975-77

Acting County Executive (Democrat), Baltimore County, 1974

Secretary of Licensing and Regulation, 1984-86. Member, Governor's Executive Council, 1984-86. Member, Asbestos Insulation Problem Task Force, 1984; Task Force on Health Care Cost Containment, 1984. Chair, Governor's Productivity Planning Committee, 1984-85. Member, Governor's Commission on Workmen's Compensation Laws, 1985-86.


Chair, Baltimore County Council, 1964-66 (member, 1962-66). Intergovernmental Relations Officer, 1967-73, and Administrative Officer, 1973, Baltimore County.

Acting County Executive, Baltimore County, 1974.

Executive Assistant to Governor, 1975-77. Member, Advisory Committee to Maryland Commission on Intergovernmental Cooperation, 1975-77. Chair, Governor's Special Committee to Review the Management of the Department of Health and Mental Hygeine, 1976; Governor's Task Force to Evaluate the Reorganization of the Executive Branch of State Government, 1976-77.

Executive Director, Regional Planning Council, 1977-79.

Deputy Secretary of Transportation, 1979-84. Member, Task Force on Public Safety and Correctional Services, 1979-80; Council on Toxic Substances, 1979-82; Transportation Professional Services Selection Board, 1980-84.

President, Blind Industries and Services of Maryland, 1986-88.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, May 9, 1921. Loyola College, A.B., 1943. Served in U.S. Naval Reserve (lieutenant, senior grade; sonar operator on submarines), 1943-46. University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 1964. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1966. Attorney. Advisory Board, St. Agnes Hospital, 1970-90. Married, five children. Died in Edmonson Heights, Baltimore, Maryland, July 9, 1990.


In 2000, the Frederick L. Dewberry, Jr., Post Office Building at 1001 Frederick Road, Baltimore, Maryland, was named in honor of Mr. Dewberry.

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