Member, Governor's Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice, 1967-68.
Member, U.S. House of Representatives, representing 5th Congressional District (Prince George's County & Charles County), Maryland, 1969-75.
Member, Governor's Commission on the Structure and Efficiency of State Government, 2003 (chair, independent agencies subcommittee).
Born in Boston, Massachusetts, September 30, 1928. Attended Gonzaga High School, Washington DC, 1946. Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), 1948-58. Georgetown University, B.A. (history & philosophy), 1949; Georgetown University Law School, J.D., 1954. Admitted to District of Columbia Bar, 1954. Graduate studies, San Francisco State College, 1956-57; The American University, M.A. (public relations), 1965; University of Maryland, 1966-67. Attorney (retired, 1993). Professor, School of Journalism, University of Maryland 1960-68. Member, National Republican Committee, 1976-78. Executive Vice-President and general counsel, Associated Builders and Contractors, Washington, DC, 1977-78. Consultant, Federal Emergency Management Agency, 1982-. Teacher (public policy), Emergency Management Institute; National Fire Academy. Teacher (legislative process), Brookings Institution; Georgetown University. Delegate, Republican Party National Convention, 1964, 1968, 1972, 1976, 1980. Author, Legal Aspects of the Fire Service (1995); and The Osage Indian Murders (1998). Editor, Finally Heard: Heroines of the Uncivil War (1997); and Terrorism: Defensive Strategies for Individuals, Companies, and Governments (2001). Married, six children, eleven grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren. Died in Annapolis, Maryland, April 20, 2017.
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