Appointed by Governor to 4-year terms: Andre R. Martel, 2017; Barrett L. McKown, 2017; Peter Morrill, 2017; Anthony C. Wisniewski, Esq., 2017; Ivan V. Dooley, 2018; Col. Bradley S. Jewitt, 2018; Gail Schnell, 2018; Jari A. Villanueva, 2018; Susan Cooke Soderberg, 2019; Rebecca J. Stone, 2019; Joseph M. Balkoski, 2020; Nancy N. Kurtz, 2020; Renee M. Plumb, 2020; John C. Sprague, 2020; Daniel Carroll Toomey, 2020.
100 Community Place, Crownsville, Maryland, July 2016. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
c/o Maryland Historical Trust
Division of Historical & Cultural Programs
100 Community Place, 3rd floor, Crownsville, MD 21032 - 2023
(410) 514-7648; fax: (410) 514-7678
The Governor established the Governor's Commission on Maryland Military Monuments in January 1989 (Executive Order 01.01.1989.02). It was reauthorized later in 1989, 2004, 2008, 2011, and 2016 (Executive Order 01.01.1989.06; Executive Order 01.01.2004.59; Executive Order 01.01.2008.17; Executive Order 01.01.2011.06; Executive Order 01.01.2016.07).
Maryland Monument, Gettysburg Battlefield, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, May 2003. Photo by Elizabeth W. Newell.
Statue of Baron Johann DeKalb, by Ephraim Keyser, State House grounds, Annapolis, Maryland, June 2000. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
Baron DeKalb (1721-1780) led the Maryland Line at the
Battle of Camden, South Carolina, August 16, 1780. He died at Camden on August 19, 1780, from wounds received in that battle.
Appointed by the Governor, the Commission consists of up to seventeen members. The Secretary of Planning serves as chair.
Korean War Memorial, Canton Waterfront Park, 3001 Boston St., Baltimore, Maryland, October 2016. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks.
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