County Executive, Anne Arundel County, 1974-82. Member, Regional Planning Council, 1974-82; Governor's Commission to Study Revision of the School Construction Program, 1977-78. Member, Social Services Board, Anne Arundel County, 1974-82; Gas Commission, Arundel County.
Delegate, Constitutional Convention of Maryland, 1967-68.
Member, State Senate, representing Anne Arundel County (District 6B), 1971-74. Member, Economic Affairs Committee, 1971-74; Executive Nominations Committee, 1971-74; Committee on Administrative, Executive, and Legislative Review, 1973-74.
Appointments Secretary, Office of Governor, 1989-95. Chair, Governor's Transition Team for Higher Education, 1989-90; Task Force on the Charles H. Hickey, Jr. School, 1991-92. Member, Governor's Commission on Growth in the Chesapeake Region, 1991-92; Governor's Commission on Competitive Forces Facing Maryland's Horse-Racing Industry, 1996-97; Wildlife Advisory Commission, 2003-.
Member, Governor-elect's Transition Team, 2002-03.
Born in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, July 20, 1934. Attended New Jersey public schools; Duke University, B.A.(economics), 1957. All-American college football player and most valuable player, Duke football.Owner, Harbourside, Inc., 1999-. Owner and general manager, St. Michaels Harbour Inn, Marina and Spa, and Bistro, St. Michaels, Maryland. Owner, Pascal Group. President, United Propane, a gas and oil products company. President, Maryland L.P. Gas Association. Vice-President, Severna Park Optimist Club. Member, Boy Scouts of America; Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA). Secretary, Capital District Kiwanis History, 1968. Board of Directors, North Arundel Health System. Voted one of five outstanding young men in Maryland, 1969. Married; four daughters.
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