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Maryland Manual, 1973-74
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land School Bus Contractors Association. Married. Member of the
House of Delegates since 1967.
FRANK M. CONAWAY, Democrat, Baltimore City 4th; born in
Baltimore, March 16, 1933. Attended Baltimore City public schools;
Morgan State College, A.B., 1960. Insurance broker. Served with the
U. S. Army. Member, Metro Democratic Organization; Young Peoples'
Democratic Organization; National Association of Life Underwriters;
Baltimore Life Underwriters' Association; Meritocrats; Elks; Prince
Hall Masons; Pigskin Club; Chesapeake Club; Lay leader. Straw-
bridge Methodist Church. Unmarried. Member of the House of Dele-
gates since 1971.
WILLIAM H. COX, JR., Democrat, Harford County; born in Edge-
wood, July 15, 1942. Attended Harford County public schools; Uni-
versity of Baltimore; American Institute of Banking; University of
Maryland; La Salle University. Real estate broker. Member, Tax
Appeals Court of Harford County; Compensation Commission on
States' Attorneys, 1972; Governor's Commission to Hire the Handi-
capped. First vice president, Young Democrats of Maryland, 1968-69.
President, Young Democrats of Harford County, 1969-70. Member,
Harford County Real Estate Board; Maryland Real Estate Board.
Member and first State director, Bel Air Jaycees. Received Outstand-
ing Young Man Award in 1969. Director, Susquehanna Optimist Club.
Member, Elks: Moose; American Legion. Chairman, 1970-71 Heart
Fund Drive. Former commissioner, Harford County Boys Football
League. Chairman, United Appeal Drive, Harford County, 1968. Dis-
trict committee member, Boy Scouts of America. Married. Member of
the House of Delegates since 1971.
GERALD J. CURRAN, Democrat, Baltimore 3rd; born in Balti-
more, March 20, 1939. Attended Baltimore parochial schools; Univer-
sity of Baltimore; University of Baltimore School of Law, LL.B.,
1963. Insurance agent. Member, Mayor's Task Force on Education;
Archdiocesan Commission on Aging. Past co-chairman, Maryland Task
Force on Welfare Reform. Member, Third District Young Democratic
Club. Director, United Third District Democratic Organization. Direc-
tor, York Democratic Organization. Past Baltimore City president,
Holy Name Union. Member Sigma Delta Kappa; Knights of Colum-
bus; Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. Past president, Ancient Order of
Hibernians. Member, Lauraville Neighborhood Improvement Associa-
tion; President's Club; M.D.R.T. Married. Member of the House of
Delegates since 1967.
EDWARD J. DABROWSKI, JR., Democrat, Baltimore City 1st;
born in Baltimore, March 5, 1936. Attended Baltimore City parochial
schools; Leonard Hall Naval School; University of Baltimore, B.S.,
1965. Public relations director. Served in the U. S. Army. Delegate to
Democratic State Convention, 1964. Delegate, Constitutional Conven-
tion of Maryland, 1967-68. Member, American Value Engineers;
Catholic War Veterans; Young Democrats; Holy Name Society; St.
Vincent de Paul Society. Selected to Who's Who Among Students in
American Universities, 1965. Married. Member of the House of Dele-
gates since 1971.
SAM P. D'ANNA, Democrat, Baltimore County 7th; born in Balti-
more, June 23, 1918. Attended Baltimore City and Baltimore County
public schools. Electrical contractor. Member, Baltimore County Dem-
ocratic Club; Embassy "67" Democratic Club; Seventh Legislative
District Democratic Club; Twelfth District Democratic Club, Inc.;

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