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Maryland Manual, 1977-78
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LLOYAL RANDOLPH. Democrat, District 40; born in Keyser,
West Virginia, April 6, 1904. Attended Baltimore City public
schools. Chief Clerk, Board of Supervisors of Elections. Chair-
man, Executive Committee, Metro Democratic Organization.
Delegate, Democratic National Convention. Statewide Vice Chair-
man for Governor Tawes' campaign. Former member and Past
Exalted Ruler, Monumental Lodge of Elks No. 3. Former Grand
Trustee of Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks
of the World National Grand Commissioner of Transportation
of Elks Grand Lodge. Treasurer, Mondawmin Neighborhood
Club. Married. Appointed to the House of Delegates, January 5,
1968, vice Victorine Q. Adams, resigned.
DENNIS F. RASMUSSEN, Democrat, District 7; born in Essex,
June 14, 1947. Attended Baltimore County public schools; Essex
Community College; Loyola College, B.A., 1970. Independent
businessman and bank operations officer. Member, Eastern Bal-
timore County Democratic and Civic Association; Fifteenth Dis-
trict Democratic Club; Democratic Club of Essex; Mid-District
Democratic Club. Essex-Middle River Civic Council; Essex Im-
provement Association; Greater Kingsville Coordinating Council;
Greater Kingsville Improvement and Civic Association; Deep
Creek Democratic Club and Civic Association. Director, Exchange
Club of Essex; Blue Ridge/Walnut Hills Improvement Associa-
tion; New Democratic Club of Essex. Married. Member of the
House of Delegates since 1975, Chairman, Ad Hoc Committee on
State Data Processing, 1975.
ROBERT S. REDOING. Democrat, District 23; born in Seat
Pleasant, June 6, 1930. Attended Prince George's County public
schools. Prince George's Community College; University of Mary-
land; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1969. Served
in the U.S. Marine Corps. Member, Maryland and Prince
George's County Bar Associations, Married. Member of the
House of Delegates since 1971.
CATHERINE I. RILEY. Democrat, District 6; born in Baltimore
March 21, 1947. Attended Bel Air parochial and public schools;
Towson State College, B.A., 1969. Graduate, Maryland Institute
of Alcohol Studies. Member, Maryland Service Corps Advisory
Committee. Member, National Order of Women Legislators.
Member, board of directors, United Fund of Central Maryland
Member, many civic and political organizations. Received Young
Democrat of the Year Award, 1975. Listed in Who's Who in
Maryland Politics, 1975-1976. Unmarried. Member of the House
of Delegates since 1975.

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