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MARSHA G. PERRY, Democrat, District 33. Born in Niagara Falls, New York,
December 9, 1936. Niagara Falls High School; Elmira College; Cornell University, B.S.
(industrial and labor relations, and secondary education), 1959. Member, Controlled
Hazardous Substance Advisory Council. Legislative aide to Delegate Lighthizer. Member,
Anne Arundel County Transportation Commission Utility Oversight Committee; Anne
Arundel County Patuxent Wastewater Reclamation Advisory Committee; Anne Arundel
County Task Force on Quality Assurance Agreements; Anne Arundel County Planning
and Zoning Transition Team. Member, Crofton Civic Association (vice-president; director
of planning and zoning; director, District II); Georgetown Regime 2. President, Youth
Counselor Advisory Committee. Member, District 33 Democratic Club; Odenton Im-
provement Association; Patuxent Improvement Association. Past president, West County
Federation of Community Associations. Skating director, City of Bowie Ice Arena and
Benfieid Pines Ice Rink, MillersviUe. Power skating coach, Washington Capitals Youth
Hockey. Member, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church. Citizen of the Year, Crofton, 1986.
Married; three children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1987. Member, Envi-
ronmental Matters Committee. District office: 1605 Edgerton Place, Crofton 21114; tel.
721-7034. Annapolis office: 215 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 841-3223, 858-3223.

CAROL STOKER PETZOLD, Democrat, District 19. Born in St. Louis, Missouri.
Central High School, Memphis, Tennessee; Valparaiso Univerity, B.S., 1959. Member,
State Scholarship Board, 1978-87 (chairman, 1985-87). Montgomery County co-chair,
International Year of the Child, 1979. Member, Montgomery County Commission for
Children and Youth, 1979-84; State Advisory Committee for Children and Youth,
1979-84. Member, Montgomery County Commission on Councilmanic Redistricting,
1982} Citizens Advisory Board for Regional Institute for Children anH AHnlpsrpnfs,

1988—. President, Kensington Day Care Council, 1970-74. Member, Kensington Branch,
American Association of University Women, 1962— (president, 1977-79). Member, board
of directors, Lutheran Social Services, 1980-86; United Way Council, 1981—; board of
directors, Aspen Hill Civic Association, 1985—. AAUW Name Grant Honoree, 1971,
1981, and Outstanding Member Award, 1979; U.S. Dept. of Health, Education and
Welfare Recognition of Outstanding Commitment to Children, 1980. Married; three
children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1987. Member, Constitutional and
Administrative Law Committee. District office: 14113 Chadwick Lane, Rockville 20853;
tel. 871-7413. Annapolis office: 225-ALowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 858-3090,841-3090.

PAUL G. PINSKY, Democrat, District 22. Born in Camden, New Jersey, March 5,1950.
Moorestown Friends School, Moorestown, N.J.; George Washington University, B.A.
(public affairs), 1972, M.A. (education), 1978. History teacher, Prince George's County
Public Schools. President, Prince George's County Educators' Association (1983-87),
representing over 6,000 professional school employees. Member, executive board, Mary-
land Citizens Action Coalition. Member, Washington Area Labor Committee on Central
America and the Caribbean. Recipient "Outstanding Contribution to Youth" from Prince
George's County Council of PTAs; on behalf of Prince George's County Educators
Association, "Outstanding Contribution to the Community" from National Conference of
Christians and Jews, Prince George's Chapter. Married; one child. Member of the House
of Delegates since 1987. Member, Environmental Matters Committee. Vice-Chairman,
County Affairs Committee. District office: 6205 Inwood St., Cheverly 20785; tel. 772-
1287. Annapolis office: 207 Lowe Bldg., 21401; tel. 858-3058,841-3058.


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