RICHARD F. COLBURN, Republican, District 37. Born in Easton, February 9, 1950. Easton High
School; Chesapeake College, A.A., 1982. U.S. Army Security Agency, sergeant, 1969-72; top secret
clearance; good conduct medal. Member, Governor's Committee on Employment of the
Handicapped. Dorchester County Republican State Central Committee, 1979-82; chairman,
Dorchester County Committee to Promote Employment of the Handicapped, 1981. Member,
American Legion; United Food and Commercial Workers Union; Zion United Methodist Church;
Elks. Chesapeake College Social Science Award, 1980; Eastern Community College Social Science
Award, 1981; listed in Outstanding Young Men a/America, 1981. Married; 1 daughter. Member of
the House of Delegates since 1983; member, Environmental Matters Committee. Chairperson,
Dorchester County Delegation. District office: 4731 Egypt Road, Cambridge 21613; tel. 228-0437,
822-0437, 376-3237. Annapolis office: 414 Lowe Bidg., 21401; tel. 841-3429.
R. TERRY CONNELLY, Democrat, District 6. Bom in Baltimore, January 28, 1946. Kenwood
Senior High School; McAllister Institute of Mortuary Sciences. Funeral Director, L.E.F.D. Served in
Maryland Air National Guard. Democratic State Central Committee (finance chairman, 1974-78).
Member, Democratic Clubs; American Legion. 1980 Outstanding Young Men of America Award.
Married; 2 children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1979. Member, Economic Matters
Committee (chairman, unemployment insurance subcommittee); Joint Committee on Administrative,
Executive and Legislative Review. District office: 418 Eastern Blvd., Baltimore 21221; tel. 391-7800.
Annapolis office: 303 Lowe Bidg., 21401; tel. 841-3384.
MARY A. CONROY, Democrat, District 23. Born in New York City, December 25, 1931. Julia
Richman High School; New York University; Prince George's Community College. Member, Prince
George's County Board of License Commissioners, 1984-86. Member, Korean War Memorial
Commission. Vice-chair, Prince George's County Affairs Committee. Member, Executive Board,
United Cerebral Palsy of Prince George's County. Director, American Cancer Society. Founding
member, Bowie Citizens Association. Charter member, Bowie Women's Club. Chair, Subcommittee
on Affirmative Action for Women, Democratic National Convention, 1984. Past State Commander,
Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary. Past State Adjutant, Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary.
Past president, Bowie Chapter, American Association of Retired Persons. Member, Columbian
Ladies Guild; Bowie Business and Professional Women's Club. Widow; 2 children. Member of the
Senate, 1982-83. Member of the House of Delegates since May 1986. Member, Ways and Means
Committee (subcommittee to study racing industry). District office: P.O. Box 1000, Bowie 20715; tel
262-1044. Annapolis office: 208-C Lowe Bidg., 21401; tel: 858-3098.
NORMAN H. CONWAY, Democrat, District 36. Born in Salisbury, January 11, 1942. Wicomico
Sr. High School; Salisbury State College, B.S. (education), 1965. Teacher, vice-principal, principal,
Pinehurst Elementary School, 1965-86. Supervisor, Chapter I programs, Wicomico County Board of
Education, 1986-. Member, Wicomico County Democratic Central Committee, 1970-74. Member,
Wicomico County Airport Commission, 1974-85. Member, Salisbury City Council, 1974-87
(president, 1982-87). Member, Wicomico County Recreation Commission, 1985-87. President,
Wicomico County Volunteer Firemen's Association, 1986. Vice-President, District no. 1, Maryland
Municipal League, 1982-86. Outstanding Young Educator, Salisbury Jaycees, 1970; Sears' Citizen of
the Year, 1976; FireSghter of the Year, Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1986. Married. Member of the
House of Delegates since 1967. Member, Ways and Means Committee. District uffux: 1312 Whitlici
Dr., Salisbury 21801; tel. 543-9060. Annapolis office: 416 Lowe Bidg., 21401; tel: 841-3425.