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Maryland Manual, 1991-92
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VIRGINIA M. THOMAS, Democrat, District 13A. Fairleigh Dicldnson University, B.S.,
1962; Rutgers Umversity, M.S.W., 1965; A.C.S.W., 1967. Psychiatric social worker.
Member, Howard County Council, 1974-82 (chair, 1975-76). Member, Howard Health
Systems, Inc. (parent board of Howard General Hospital). Board of Directors, Maryland
Alzheimer Association (public policy and planning committee). Honorary Chairman,
Friends of Wintergrowth, Adult Day Care Center. Past member of boards: Patuxcnt
Business and Professional Women's Club, Grassroots; Howard County General Hospital
Capital Fund; Howard County Sexual Assault Center. Married; two children. Member of
the House of Delegates since 1983. Vice-Chairman, Environmental Matters Committee.
Deputy Majority Whip, 1990. Member, Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and
Legislative Review; Special Joint Committee on the Medical Assistance Program; Joint
Committee on Health Care Cost Containment; Special Joint Committee on Energy
Pricing; Special House Committee on Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Member, Governor's
Commission on Health Care Policy and Financing (subcommittee on long-term care);

Advisory Board for the Certified Adult Residential Environment Program (for elderly and
disabled adults). District office: 6153 Forty Winks Way, Columbia 21045; tel. 730-0485
Annapolis office: 219 Lowe House Office BIdg., 21401-1991; tel. 841-3205.

ROBERT A. THORNTON, JR., Democrat, District 37. Born in Dover, Delaware, July
13,1948. University of Maryland, B.S., 1971; University ofBalrimore School of Law, J D.,
1975. Attorney. Member, American, Maryland State, Second Circuit and Caroline County
Bar Associations. Member, American Trial Lawyers Association; Maryland Trial Lawyers
Association. Adjunct Faculty (real estate, business and banking law), Chesapeake College,
1978-83. Former president and vice-president, Caroline County Board of Education
(member, 1983-89). Chairman, Caroline County Democratic State Central Committee,
1986-90. Vice-Chair, Attorney Grievance Commission. Affiliate member, Caroline County
Board of Realtors. Member, Caroline County Chamber of Commerce. Choptank Puritan
Club (past president, vice-president, secretary); Denton Lions Club (past president,
vice-president). Coach/Manager, Denton Little League Girls' Softball, 1987-90. Married;

two children. Member of the House of Delegates since 1991. Member, Ways and Means
Committee. District office: 118 Market St., Denton21629-1035; tel. 822-0249. Annapolis
office: 404 Lowe House Office BIdg., 21401-1991; tel. 841-3343.

BEATRICE P. TIGNOR, Democrat, District 25. Born in Brandywine, Maryland, June
2, 1940. Bowie State College, B.S., 1962; George Washington University, M.A., 1965,
Ed.S., 1972, Ph.D., 1975. Professor. Member, Board of Mental Health, 1986-90. Prince
Georgian of the Year. Educator of the Year. Volunteer of the Year. Widow; one child.
Member of the House of Delegates since 1991. Member, Ways and Means Committee,
1991—. Member, County Affairs Committee, Pnncc George's County Delegation;

Women's Political Caucus; Legislative Black Caucus. District office: 11411 Lake Arbor
Way #203,Mitchellville 20721; tel. 808-3851. Annapolis office: 203C Lowe House Office
BIdg., 21401-1991; tel. 841-3076.

DAVID M. VALDERRAMA, Democrat, District 26. Born in Manila, Philippines,
February 1,1933. Far Eastern University, LL.B., 1956; George Washington University,
M.C.L., 1988. Vice-Chair, Democratic State Central Committee, 1982-85. Judge, Prince
George's County Orphans' Court, 1985-90. Former chairman. Southeast Asian Refugee
Task Force. Member, Minority Advisory Board, PortAmenca. Member, board of directors,
Prince George's County Chapter of Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Greater
Southeast Community Hospital of Washington, DC; Ardmore Developmental Center.
Recipient of Most Outstanding FUlpino Award and Honored American Award. Member
of the House of Delegates since 1991. Member, Constitutional and Administrative Law
Committee, 1991—. District office: 9708 Potomac Dr., Oxon Hill 20745; tel. 839-0868.
Annapolis office: 205 Lowe House Office BIdg., 21401-1991; tel. 841-3012.

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