80V Maryland Manual
DONALD K. HUGHES, Democrat, District 10. Born in Baltimore City, November
9, 1933. Attended Patterson Park High School; Towson State University, B.S.Ed.,
1957; The Johns Hopkins University, M.Ed., 1966, C.A.S.E., 1969. Assistant princi-
pal, Baltimore County School System. Served in the U.S. Army Active Reserve.
Chairman, Baltimore County Youth Commission, 1975-1978; member, Baltimore
County Juvenile Task Force, 1975; Citizen's Committee to Baltimore County's
Growth Management Program, 1977-1978. Member, National Educational Associa-
tion; Maryland State Teachers' Association; Teachers' Association of Baltimore
County; Association of Elementary School Administrators. Outstanding Young Edu-
cator; Timonium-Cockeysville Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1969; Maryland's First
Teacher of the Year, Look Magazine Award, 1971; Service Award, Y.M.C.A., 1973;
Life Membership in the Congress of Parents and Teachers (PTA), 1973; recognized
for Outstanding Service to Youth, Baltimore County Youth Commission, 1978.
Completed Hopkins Fellowship in Dynamics of Organizational and Community
Change, 1976; contributing writer to The Many Faces of Teaching. Married; 2 chil-
dren. Member of the House of Delegates since 1979. District office: 1121 High
Country Rd., Towson 21204; tel. 821-8948. Annapolis office; 308 Lowe Bldg.,
21401; tel. 841-3359.
JERRY H. HYATT, Democrat, District 15A. Born in Damascus, September 29,
1940. Attended Damascus public schools; Washington and Lee University, B.A., 1962;
University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1965. Admitted to the Maryland Bar,
1965. Served as a Captain, U.S. Army, 1965-1968. Member, Montgomery County
Property Tax Assessment Appeal Board, 1973-1974. Member of the House of Dele-
gates since 1975. Member, Judiciary Committee; chairman, Joint Committee on the
State Prosecutorial Function, 1977—; Joint Personnel Policy Committee, 1977—;
Task Force on Crime, 1976—; Joint Committee on Juvenile Justice, 1978—;
Joint Committee on Mental Health Laws, 1980—; Governor's Task Force on Adop-
tion, 1979; Governor's Task Force on the Drinking Driver, 1980. District office:
9900 Main St., Damascus 20750; tel. 253-4300. Annapolis office: 225 Lowe Bldg.,
21401; tel. 841-3052.
PHILIP C. JIMENO, Democrat, District 31. Bom in Fairmont, West Virginia,
May 28, 1947. Attended Fairmont Senior High School; Fairmont State College, B.S.,
Business Administration, 1969; Coppin State College, M.Ed., 1974. Former vice-
president, Roland Terrace Democratic Club; first president. Greater Brooklyn Park
Council; former chairman, Board of Governors, Arundel Improvement Association.
Member, Roland Terrace, Lake Shore, Stoney Creek, Marley, Magothy-Chelsea,
Green Haven, and Arundel Democratic Clubs. Married; 1 child. Member of the
House of Delegates since 1979. Annapolis office: 213 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel.
A. WADE KACH, Republican, District 11. Bom in Baltimore, July 19, 1947.
Attended Baltimore City public schools; Towson State College; Western Maryland
College, B.A., 1970. Mathematics teacher. Member, Baltimore City Republican State
Central Committee, 1970-1973. Maryland Presidential Elector, 1972. Chairman,
Maryland Federation College Republicans, 1970. Representative to Teachers Associ-
ation of Baltimore County. Member, Maryland State Teachers Association; National
Education Association; Brookshire Community Association II; Elks. Unmarried.
Member of the House of Delegates since 1975. District office: 15 Brookshire Dr.,
Reisterstown 21136; tel. 833-3717. Annapolis office: 309 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel.