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Maryland Manual, 1981-82
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RICHARD C. MATTHEWS, Republican, District 5B. Born in Hampstead, July 11,
1926. Attended Hampstead public schools; La Salle University. Auto parts jobber.
Member, Power Plant Siting Advisory Board. Member, Carroll County Republican
State Central Committee, 1962-1966. Alternate delegate. Republican National Con-
vention, 1964. Member, Carroll County Economic Development Commission, 1958-
1962. Past president, Hampstead Chamber of Commerce. Director, Hampstead
Bank. Charter member, Hampstead Lions Club. Member, Elks; Farm Bureau; Izaak
Walton League; St. John's Methodist Church. Married. Member of the House of
Delegates since 1967. District office: 1309 Taylor St., Hampstead 21074; tel.
239-3400. Annapolis office: 310 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3342.

LUCILLE MAURER, Democrat, District 19. Born in New York, N.Y., November
21, 1922. Attended Rockland County, N.Y., public schools; University of North
Carolina, A.B., 1942; Yale University, M.A., 1945. Economist. Member, Montgom-
ery County Board of Education, 1960-1968; Montgomery College Board of Trust-
ees, I960-1968, Constilutiunal Convention of Maryland, 1967-1968; Scanlan Task
Force on State/Local Fiscal Relationships, 1979—; chair. Education Subcommittee.
National Conference of State Legislatures, Education Committee, 1978-1979 (mem-
ber since 1974). Member, U.S. Department of Education, Intergovernmental Adviso-
ry Council, 1980—; Servicemen's Opportunity Colleges Advisory Committee, 1978—;

National Council on Postsecondary Accreditation, 1974-1979; Education Commis-
sion of the States, vice-chair. National Planning Committee, Advanced Leadership
Program, 1979—; Institute for Educational Leadership, National Advisory Board,
1979—. The World Who's Who of Women, 1978—; Who's Who in American Politics,
1975—; Who's Who in Government. 1975—; Personalities of the South, 1975—; In-
ternational Who's Who in Community Service,
1979—; Community Leaders and Note-
worthy Americans,
1979—. Married- Member of the House of Delegates since 1969.
Vice-chair, Montgomery County Delegation, 1972-1978; Co-chair, Commission on
Intergovernmental Cooperation, 1976—; Ways and Means Committee since 1971.
Annapolis office: 223C Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3011.

WILLIAM R. McCAFFREY, Democrat, District 28. Born in Washington, D.C.,
July 28, 1934. Attended Washington, D.C., public schools; Southeastern University;

Pennsylvania State University. Telephone company staff supervisor; sportscaster and
sports columnist. Served in the U.S. Navy Reserve. Member, Brandywine, Ft. Wash-
ington, Surratts, Seventh District, Nottingham, and Marlborough Democratic Clubs.
Member, Telephone Pioneers of America; Surran Society; Legislative Study Group;

Prince George's Chamber of Commerce; County United Way Executive Board.
Member, Elks; Moose; American Legion; Professional Basketball Writers Associa-
tion of America. Received Lions Club Presidential Appreciation Award; Lackey
High School Citizenship Award; Greater Waldorf Jaycees Appreciation Award; 1978
Twentieth Coach Award; VFW Voice of Democracy Citation. Master of ceremonies,
Prince George's Special Olympics. Managed 1980 women's A.S.A. National Slow
Pitch Softball Champions (Encore Team). Married; four children. Member of the
House of Delegates since 1975. District office: 12405 Lytton Ave., Brandywine
20613; tel. 372-6786. Annapolis office: 206 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3083.

JAMES E. McCLELLAN, Democrat, District 3B. Born in Frederick, March 22,
1926. Attended Massanutten Academy, Woodstock, Va.; University of Maryland;

University of Georgia, D.V.M., 1955. Veterinarian. Served in the U.S. Army; re-
ceived E.T.O. with 3 Battle Stars, Army Occupation Medal. Past president, Mary-
land Board of Veterinary Examiners; past president. Board of Aldermen, Frederick
City. Member, Elks; Moose; American Legion; Independent Hose Company;

Catoctin Club; Cotillion Club; Farm Bureau; VPW; Jeffersonian Democratic Club;

Lions Club; AMVETS; Chamber of Commerce; Camp Kanawha; Frederick County
Agricultural Society. Director and founder, Francis Scott Key Bank and Trust Com-
pany; past president, Maryland Veterinary Medical Association; past president,
Great Frederick Fair. Married; 6 children. Member of the House of Delegates since
1979. District office: 215 Rockwell Terr., Frederick 21701; tel. 662-3804. Annapolis
office: 217 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3240.

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