KENNETH N. HARRIS, SR. (1963-2008)
Member, City Council (Democrat), 1999-2007

Member, City Council, Baltimore, December 1999 to December 6, 2007 (representing District 3, 1999-2002; representing District 4, December 2002 to December 2007). Chair, Education, Housing, Health and Human Services Committee, 2002-07. Vice-Chair, Land Use and Transportation Committee, 2002-07. Member, Judiciary and Legislative Investigations Committee (public safety subcommittee).

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, July 17, 1963. Attended Dunbar Senior High School; Morgan State University, B.S. (business administration), 1989. Account consultant, Blue Cross/Blue Shield. Member, Baltimore City Democratic Central Committee, 1998-. President, Glen Oaks Community Improvement Association; Leith Walker Elementary School PTA. Board of Directors, Maryland General Hospital. Past member, Board of Directors, Boys and Girls Club; Associated Black Charities; Urban Renaissance Development Corporation. Member, Huber Memorial United Church of Christ. Married; two children. Died in Baltimore, Maryland, September 20, 2008.

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