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THOMAS H. (TOM) HATTERY,, Democrat, District 4A. Born in Silver Spring,
January 20, 1954. Linganore High School; Drew University; The American University,
B.A., cum laude, 1974. Vice-president, Lomond Publications, Inc.; editor, Police & Security
Bulletin; editor/author, Western Maryland: A Profile (1980). Farmer. Member, Izaak
Walton League; United Democrats of Frederick County; Farm Bureau; League of Women
Voters; Chamber of Commerce; Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. Married; two
children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1983. Member, Ways and Means
Committee. House chairman, Joint Subcommittee on Taxation of the Telecommunications
Industry. District office: 3South Main St.,Mt. Airy 21771; tel. 694-0123. Annapolis office:
209 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3107 or toll free 1-800-492-7122.

HENRY B. HELLER, Democrat, District 19. Born in Washington, DC, August 14,
1941. Walter Johnson High School, Bethesda; Montgomery College, AA, 1962; Frost-
burg State College, B.S., 1964; Virginia Tech,M.A., 1982, Ed.D., 1985. Special education
administrator. President, Montgomery County Education Association; Montgomery Col-
lege Alumni Association. Member, Montgomery County Council committees on fiscal
affairs and drug abuse. Member, executive board, Drug Action Coalition. President,
Wheaton Woods Citizens Association; member, Wheaton Citizens Advisory Board; pres-
ident, Aspen Hill Civic Association. Recipient of awards from Phi Delta Kappa; Alpha Psi
Omega. Married; two children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1987. Member,
Ways and Means Committee. Member, Special Joint Committee on Medical Assistance
Program; Joint Subcommittee on Death Taxes. District office: 12706 Turkey Branch
Parkway, Rockville 29853; tel. 949-4265. Annapolis office: 221 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel.

HENRY R. HERGENROEDER, JR., Democrat, District 43. Born in Baltimore,
October 26, 1943. Attended Baltimore City public and private schools; Baltimore Com-
munity College; University of Baltimore, B.S., 1966; Virginia-Maryland Bankers School,
1976. Employed in private industry. Member, Maryland Commission on Functions of
3overnment; Special Committee to Study Child Labor Laws. Past director, Consumer
Credit Counseling Service of Maryland, Inc. Member, Regional Planning Council, 1983-87.
?ast secretary, Equitable Bank Foundation, Inc., 1974-84. Director and president, York
J.oad Planning Committee, Inc., 1982-88. Director, Society for the Preservation of
Maryland Antiquities, 1987-89. Received McCormick Unsung Hero Award and YMCA
fouth Award, 1972. Unmarried. Member of the House of Delegates since 1967. Member,
iVays and Means Committee. District office: 344 Homeland South Way, Baltimore 21212;
el. 433-4093. Annapolis office: 321 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3308.

SHEILA ELLIS HIXSON, Democrat, District 20. Bom in L'Anse, Michigan, February
9, 1933. Attended L'Aiisc public schools. Graduated from Northern State Teachers
College. Head Start teacher, Detroit, Michigan, 1960-62; legislative representative for
national organization; campaign manager and aide to Michigan Congressman William D.
Ford. Administrative assistant, Democratic National Committee. Member, Montgomery
County Democratic State Central Committee; National Capital Democratic Club;
Women's National Democratic Club; Women's Suburban Democratic Club; Eastern
Montgomery, Kensington, Wheaton Democratic Club; Plowmen and Fishermen, Mont-
gomery County; NOW; Women's Political Caucus; National Professional and Business
Women's Organization; National Association of Sunday School Instructors. Member,
Governor's Council on Child Abuse and Neglect. Member of the House of Delegates since
1976. Member, Ways and Means Committee. Chair, Joint Committee on Federal Rela-
tions. Member, Energy Committee, National Conference of State Legislatures. District
office: 1008 Broadmore Circle, Silver Spring 20904; tel. 384-4739. Annapolis office: 221
Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3019; Washington metro area tel. 858-3019.


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