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Ex officio members: Louis L. Goldstein, Comp-
troller of the Treasury; William S. James, State
Treasurer

Elected by the members: Mary D. MeNally, Pe-
ter A. Whittaker

Christ G. Christis, Assistant Secretary of Personnel
for Retirement Systems

301 West Preston Street
Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 383-2344

The Teachers' Retirement System was
established by Chapter 344, Acts of 1927. It is
administered by a Board of Trustees of five
members, three of whom are ex officio members;
the remaining two are elected by the membership
of the retirement system. The system administers
the retirement allowances and benefits for the
teachers of the State and is responsible for the
proper investment and administration of funds
entrusted to its care. In addition to the teachers
in the Maryland public schools, the faculty
members of the State colleges, the University of
Maryland, and Morgan State University are
members of the System (Code 1957, Art. 77, sees.
176,190-212).

EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM
Board of Trustees

Chairperson: Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller OJ
the Treasury

Ex officio members: William S. James, State Trea-
surer; Thomas W. Schmidt, Secretary of Budget
and Fiscal Planning: Theodore E. Thornton,
Sr., Secretary of Personnel.

Appointed by the Board of Public Works: Louis
N. Phipps, Jr„ 1981.

Elected by the members: Robert L. Serviss, 1981;
Malcolm Barlow, 1979

Christ G. Christis, Assistant Secretary of Personne
for Retirement Systems

301 West Preston Street
Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 383-2344

The Employees' Retirement System was
established by Chapter 377, Acts of 1941. It is
administered by a Board of Trustees of seven
members, four of whom are ex officio members,
one appointed by the Board of Public Works, and
the remaining two are elected by the membership

of the Retirement System. The System admin-
isters the retirement allowances and benefits for
the employees of the State and the municipalities
that participate in the system, and is responsible
for the proper investment and administration of
funds entrusted to its care. In addition, the sys-
tem administers retirement or pension plans for
members of the General Assembly and judges
(Code 1957, Art. 73B, sees. 1-34, 46; Art. 26,
sees. 49-50C, 125-125A, 144, 149; Art. 77A, sec.
14). Since June 1, 1956, Social Security coverage
has been administered through the Division of
Social Security for all State employees and all
teachers (Code 1957, Art. 73B, sees. 35-45).

STATE POLICE RETIREMENT
SYSTEM

Board of Trustees

Chairperson: Thomas S. Smith, Superintendent of
State Police

Ex officio members: Theodore E. Thornton, Sr„
Secretary of Personnel: Louis L. Goldstein,
Comptroller of the Treasury; William S. James,
State Treasurer; Thomas W. Schmidt, Secretary,
Department of Budget and Fiscal Planning.

Appointed members: Richard Benik; Preston B.
Rowland

Christ G. Christis, Assistant Secretary of Personnel
for Retirement Systems

301 West Preston Street
Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 383-2344

The State Police Retirement System,
established by Chapter 349, Acts of 1949, is ad-
ministered by a Board of Trustees consisting of
the Superintendent of the Maryland State Police,
the Comptroller of the Treasury, the State Trea-
surer, the Secretary of the Department of Budget
and Fiscal Planning, the Secretary of Personnel,
and two members appointed by the Board of
Public Works from the enforcement force of the
Department of State Police for terms of four
years. The Board administers the retirement sys-
tem and considers applications for disability
pensions or retirement (Code 1957, Art. 88B,
sees. 31,37,49-62).

BOARD OF ETHICS
Chairperson: Reuben Oppenheimer, 1979

Ex officio member: Theodore E. Thornton, Sr„
Secretary of Personnel



 
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