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and Senate. Maryland National Relations Officer, 1969-
72. Delegate, White House Conference on Food and
Nutrition and Health, 1969. Founder, Maryland Commis-
sion on the Concerns of Spanish-Speaking People, 1970.
Member, House of Delegates, 1975-86 (vice-chairman,
ways and means committee, 1979-86). Chairman, Com-
mittee on Environmental and Natural Resources, Southern
Legislative Conference. Named "Freshman Legislator of
the Year, 1975" by Maryland Young Democrats; "Legis-
lator of the Year" by Prince George's Municipal Associa-
tion, 1983,1985,1986.

JAMES B. DUDLEY. District 10, District Court of
Maryland, 1988—. Born in Escanaba, Michigan, February
10,1937. Beloit College, B.A., 1958; University of Mary-
land, M.A., 1960; University of Maryland School of Law,
J.D., 1965. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1965. Member,
Maryland State and Howard County Bar Associations.
Member, Maryland State Bar Association Judicial Nomi-
nating Committee, 1976-80. Member, Appellate Judicial
Nominating Commission, 5th Judicial Circuit, 1980-86.

W. TIMOTHY FINAN. District 12, District Court of
Maryland, 1987—. Born in Cumberland, August 29,1950.
Georgetown University, B.S., 1972; University of Balti-
more School of Law, J.D., 1975. Admitted to Maryland
Bar, 1975. Member, Governor's Juvenile Justice Advisory
Commission, 1975-76. Assistant attorney general, 1976-
79. Member, Citizen's Advisory Board, Thomas B. Finan
Center, 1978-82. Member, House of Delegates, 1983-87.
Former member, Maryland Criminal Justice Coordinating
Council. Board of Directors, Legal Services Bureau, Inc.;
Cumberland Area Health Education Center, Inc.; Arch-
way Station, Inc.; Sacred Heart Hospital.

CHARLES E. FOOS III. District 8, District Court of
Maryland, 1987—. Born in Baltimore, January 1, 1939.
University of Maryland, 1957-62; University of Baltimore
School of Law, J.D., 1965. Admitted to Maryland Bar,
1966. Member, Baltimore County Bar Association (exec-
utive council). Maryland Army National Guard, 1959-78.
Deputy Clerk, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 1963-66.
Assistant State's Attorney, Baltimore County, 1967-71.
Member, District Advisory Board of the Public Defender
System, 1972—. Partner, Romadka, Gontrum, Hennegan
& Foos, 1983-87. Member, Inquiry Committee of Attor-
ney Grievance Commission, 1986-87.

SOL J. FRIEDMAN. District 1, District Court of Mary-
land, 1973—. Born in Baltimore, March 20, 1919. At-
tended Baltimore public schools; University of Baltimore
School ofLaw,LL.B.,1945,J.D.Member of the Maryland
Bar. Former Unit Chief, Enforcement Section, OPA.
Member, American and Baltimore City Bar Associations.
Member, Maryland House of Delegates, 1955-73 (chair-
man, labor committee, 1963-67; member, committee on
legislative review, 1965 session; chairman, motor vehicle
committee, 1967 session; member, judiciary committee).
Member, Governor's Study Group on Vocational Rehabil-
itation; Governor's Commission to Study Workmen's
Compensation Laws; Intergovernmental Cooperation
Committee; Governor's Task Force to Develop a System
of Periodic Motor Vehicle Inspection; Governor's Com-
mission to Study Driver Education. Member, American
Jewish Congress; B'nai B'rith; Citizens Planning and
Housing Association; Mt. Washington Improvement As-
sociation; Masons. Founder and board member, Bonnie
View Country Club; Green Spring Valley Synagogue.

JOHN H. GARMER. District 8, District Court of Mary-
land, 1980—; Administrative Judge. Born in Baltimore,
June 23, 1934. College of the Holy Cross, B.S., 1956;
University of Maryland School of Law, LL.B., 1964.
Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1965. Served in U.S. Air
Force, 1st Lieutenant, 1956-59. Member, Baltimore
County Bar Association. Assistant State's Attorney, Balti-
more County, 1970-80.

Court of Maryland, 1989—. Born in Baltimore, June
5,1944. Served in U.S. Army, 1966-69. University of
Maryland, B.A., 1970; University of Maryland School of
Law, J.D., 1973. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1973. Mem-
ber, American, Maryland State and Charles County Bar
Associations; American Trial Lawyers' Association. Assis-
tant State's Attorney, Charles County, 1975-81. Briefed
and argued the case of Grinder r. Bryans Road Building &
Supply, 290 Md. 687 (1981), which changed the law of
Maryland regarding the doctrine of election.
ASKEW W. GATEWOOD, JR. District 1, District
Court of Maryland, 1984—. Born in Baltimore, December
10, 1950. Morgan State College, B.S., 1972; Howard
University, graduate degree in finance, 1973; University
of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1976. Admitted to
Maryland Bar, 1976; District of Columbia Bar, 1980.
Admitted to practice, Supreme Bench of Baltimore City,
1977; Federal Bar, 1977; Supreme Court of the U.S.,
1980. Member, American, Maryland State and District of
Columbia Bar Associations. Member, Monumental City
Bar Association (former treasurer). Partner, Foster, Gate-
wood, Mathews & Stokes, 1976-77; associate, Mitchell,
Mitchell & Mitchell, 1981-84. Assistant attorney general,
1977-81. Judge, Orphans' Court of Baltimore City, 1981-
84. Director, Legal Aid Bureau. Spokesman for National
Association of Business Development Specialists, 1972.
Inventor and patent holder of inventory control device.

ROBERT JAMES GERSTUNG. District 1, District
Court of Maryland, 1969—. Bora in Baltimore, May 18,
1932. Mt. St. Joseph's High School; Villanova University,
B.S., 1954; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D.,
1957; The Johns Hopkins University, M.L.A., 1970; St.
Mary's University, M.A., 1988. Admitted to Maryland
Bar, 1957. Administrator of Loan Laws for Maryland,
1967-69. Associate professor in political science, Loyola
College; associate professor, University College, Univer-
sity ofMarydand. Chairman, Judicial Institute of Maryland;
Judicial Compensation Committee. Member, Baltimore
Kicker's Club; Friendly Sons of St. Patrick; German Soci-
ety of Maryland. Man of All Seasons Award, Thomas More
Society, 1978.

DARROW GLASER. District 11, District Court of
Maryland, 1982—. Born in Hancock, November 6,1930.
Hancock High School; University of Maryland, B.A.,
1957; George Washington University School of Law,
LL.B., 1960. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1960. Served in
U.S. Army, 1952-54. Member, Maryland House of Dele-
gates, 1971-74. Deputy State's Attorney, Washington
County, 1975-78. Special counsel, Office of the Attorney
General of Maryland, 1978-82. Conservation Legislator of
the Year, National Wildlife Federation (Maryland), 1973.
Member, American Legion; Elks; Tonoloway Rod and
Gun Club.

trict Court of Maryland, 1988—. Born in Euclid, Ohio,
February 10, 1928. U.S. Marine Corps, 1945-52. Ohio


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