[photo, John L. Thompson, Jr., Board of County Commissioners, Frederick County, Maryland] JOHN L. (LENNIE) THOMPSON, JR., Member, Board of County Commissioners (Republican)

Member, Board of County Commissioners, Frederick County, December 1998 to December 1, 2010 (president, 2002-06).

Member, Town Commission, Walkersville, 1980-90. Burgess, Town of Walkersville, 1996-98. Member, Board of Health, Frederick County, 1998-2010; Task Force on Regional Water Supply Issues, 1999; Metropolitan Development Policy Committee, 2002-06. Member, Board of Elections, Frederick County; Social Services Board, Frederick County.

Attended Linganore High School, Frederick; Frederick Community College, A.A., 1985; Hood College, B.A. (management & history), 1987, M.B.A., 1990; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1993. Admitted to Maryland Bar. Attorney. Member, Frederick County Bar Association. Member, Walkersville Volunteer Fire Company. Charter member, Walkersville Volunteer Community Rescue Company. Member, Bush Creek Church of the Brethren. Married; two children.

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