state's attorney, Baltimore County; deputy state's attor-
ney, Baltimore County; associate judge, District Court
of Maryland. Part-time professor, Towson State Univer-
sity. Past president, Gunpowder/Kingsville Optimist
Club. Past chairman. Public Relations Committee, St.
Stephens Catholic Church; Young Lawyers Committee.
Past member, Library Committee and Ethics Commit-
tee, Baltimore County Bar Association. Married; 2 chil-
G. EDWARD DWYER, JR. 6th Judicial Circuit,
1985-. Bom in Baltimore, March 20, 1946. Loyola Col-
lege, B.A., 1968; University of Maryland Law School,
J.D., 1971. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1972. Member,
American, Maryland State and Frederick County Bar
Associations; American and Maryland Trial Lawyers'
Associations. Past president and general chairman,
United Way of Frederick County. Past member, Board
of Directors of the Red Cross. Married; 4 children.
THEODORE R. ESCHENBURG, SR. 1st Judicial Cir-
cuit, 1983-. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 30,
1940. Steven Decatur High School; University of Balti-
more, A.A., 1962; University of Baltimore School of
Law, LL.B., 1965. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1965.
Past member, American and Maryland State Bar As-
sociations. Member, Worcester County Bar Association;
National District Attorneys Association. Recipient of
Sigma Delta Kappa Award for highest scholastic aver-
age. Deputy state's attorney, Worcester County,
1966-70. Public defender, Worcester County, 1971-77.
Judge, District Court for Worcester County, 1981-83.
Past member, Jaycees; Lions Club. Married; 2 children.
JOHN F. FADER II. 3rd Judicial Circuit, 1982-. Bom
in Baltimore, February 12, 1941. Attended Baltimore
County schools; University of Maryland Pharmacy
School, B.S., 1963; University of Maryland School of
Law, LL.B., 1968. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1968.
Judge, District 8, District Court of Maryland, 1977-82.
Married; 2 children.
VINCENT J. FEMIA. 7th Judicial Circuit, 1977-. Bom
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 26, 1936. Haverford
High School, Haverford, Pennsylvania; George Wash-
ington University, B.A., 1959; George Washington Uni-
versity, J.D., 1961. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1961.
Served in U.S. Air Force. Member, Prince George's
County Bar Association. Certified public accountant.
Assistant state's attorney, Prince George's County,
1963-69; deputy state's attorney, Prince George's Coun-
ty, 1969-72. Associate judge, District Court of Mary-
land, 1972-77. Part-time instructor, Prince George's
Community College. Member, Adjunct Faculty, Nova
University. Married; 3 children.
ROBERT F. FISCHER. 5th Judicial Circuit, 1977-.
Bom in Baltimore County, February 29, 1932. Southern
High School, Baltimore; University of Maryland, B.A.,
1954; University of Baltimore, LL.B., 1961. Admitted to
Maryland Bar, 1961. Served in U.S. Air Force and
Maryland Air National Guard. Member, Maryland
State and Howard County Bar Associations. County So-
licitor, Howard County, 1972-73. Judge, District Court,
1973-77. Married; 2 children.
KATHLEEN O'FERRALL FRIEDMAN. 8th Judicial
Circuit, 1985-. Born in Baltimore, January 19, 1941. At-
tended Baltimore parochial schools; College of Notre
Dame of Maryland, B.A., 1962; University of Maryland
School of Law, LL.B., 1966; University of Pennsylvania
School of Social Work, M.S.W., 1969. Admitted to
Maryland Bar, 1967. Member, American, Maryland
State, Baltimore City and Women's Bar Associations.
Founding member and past president, Women's Law
Center, 1972-74 (board of directors, 1974-76). Chair,
Governor's Commission to Study Implementation of the
Equal Rights Amendment, 1975-78. Delegate to Na-
tional Women's Conference, Houston, Texas, 1977.
Member, Mayor's Committee on the Disposition of Fells
Point Properties, Baltimore City, 1977-81. Board of
Governors, Maryland State Bar Association, 1982-84;
Treasurer, Bar Association of Baltimore City, 1984-85.
Member, Governor's Commission on Domestic Rela-
tions Laws. Vice-Chair, Child Support Enforcement Ad-
visory Council. Founding member and advisory board
member. House of Ruth, Inc. Married, 2 children.
STANLEY B. FROSH. 6th Judicial Circuit, 1975-.
Born in Denver, Colorado, January 9, 1919. Attended
Denver public schools; Northwestern University, B.S.,
1939; Northwestern University Law School, J.D., 1942.
Served in the 400th Armored Field Artillery Battalion;
bronze star. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1949. Member,
American, Maryland, District of Columbia and Mont-
gomery County Bar Associations. Member and Presi-
dent Pro-tem, Montgomery County Council, 1958-62.
Illinois Law Review Board of Editors, 1941-42. Lectur-
er on international trade, The American University
Graduate School, 1949-52. Lectured for U.S. Informa-
tion Agency and Department of State in Africa, Asia,
the Near East, and South America. Board of governors
and vice-president, International Club of Washington,
D.C. Former member. Board of Directors and Chair-
man of the Board, State National Bank of Maryland;
former chairman, Montgomery County American Civil
Liberties Union. Married; 3 children.
DONALD J. GILMORE. 5th Judicial Circuit, 1977-
Born in New York, March 26, 1932. University of
Maryland; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D.,
1961. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1962. Served in U.S.
Air Force. Member, American, Maryland State, Can-oil
County and Baltimore County Bar Associations. Presi-
dent, Carroll County Bar Association, 1977. Member,
Gamma Eta Gamma (chancellor, 1960-61). Married; 2
CLIFTON J. GORDY. 8th Judicial Circuit, 1985-.
Born in Delmar, November 6, 1946. Maryland State
College, B.A., 1968; University of Maryland School of
Law, J.D., 1973. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1973.
Member, Maryland State and Monumental City Bar As-
sociations. Assistant State's Attorney, Baltimore City,
1973-75, 1977-85. Board of Directors, West Baltimore
Community Health Care Corporation, 1980-; Baltimore
City Board of Bail Bond Licensing Commissioners,
1982-85; Maryland State's Attorneys' Association,
1983-85; Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional