CAROL E. SMITH. Associate Judge, Baltimore City,
District 1, District Court of Maryland, since 1985. Born in
Baltimore, Maryland, July 30,1946. Mercy High School;
College ofNotre Dame of Maryland, B.A., 1970; Catholic
University School of Law, J.D., 1975. Admitted to
Maryland Bar, 1975. Member, Maryland State, Baltimore
City and Women's Bar Associations. Member, Women's
Law Center; Board of Directors, Library Company of the
Baltimore Bar. Legal Aid Bureau, Inc., 1975-80 (staff
attorney. Domestic Law Center; chief attorney. Mental
Health Law Project; chief attorney. Housing Law Center).
DONALD M. SMITH. Associate Judge, Can-oil Coun-
ty, District 10, District Court of Maryland, since 1971.
Born in York, Pennsylvania, May 21, 1931. Attended
public schools in Taneytown, Can-oil County; Western
Maryland CoUege, A.B., 1952; George Washington
University Law School, J.D., cum laudc, 1957. Admitted
to Maryland Bar, 1957. Served in U.S. Army. Member,
American Legion; Taneytown Rod and Gun Club;
Taneytown Chamber of Commerce. Lutheran Church
PAUL J. STAKEM. District Administrative Judge, Al-
legany County, District 12, District Court of Maryland, since
1983 (Associate Judge, 1981—). Bom in Cumberland,
Maryland, October 10, 1939. Attended La Salic High
School, Cumberland; St. Vincent College, BA., 1961;
University of Maryland School of Law, LL.B., 1964. Order
of the Coif, University of Maryland, 1964. Admitted to
Maryland Bar, 1964. Member, Maryland State and Allegany
County Bar Associations. Deputy State's Attorney, Allegany
County, 1967-71. District Public Defender, Allegany and
Garrctt counties, 1972-81. Instructor in law enforcement and
criminal justice, Allegany Community College. Member,
District Court Commissioner Education Committee, 1982-
87. Chairman, District Advisory Board, Public Defender
System, District 12,1982—.
JAMES F. STRINE. Associate Judge, Washington
County, District 11, District Court of Maryland, since
1982. Born in Frederick, Maryland, September 12,1926.
Hagerstown High School; Norwich University; Univer-
sity of Maryland School of Law, LL.B., J.D., 1950. Ad-
mitted to Maryland Bar, 1950. Served in U.S. Navy Air
Force. Member, American and Maryland State Bar As-
sociations. Member, Washington County Bar Association
(president). Past president, Maryland Association of
County Attorneys; State's Attorneys' Association.
Magistrate, Washington County, 4 years. State's Attorney,
Washington County, 4 years. County Attorney,
Washington County, 8 years. Town Attorney for
Funkstown, 12 years. Past president and life member,
Hagerstown Jaycees; past president and life member, A.F.
ofM.; past presiding justice, Hagerstown Elks; past judge
advocate, American Legion Post 42.
KATHLEEN MARIE SWEENEY. Associate Judge,
Baltimore City, District 1, District Court of Maryland,
since 1989. Bom in Baltimore, Maryland, October 22,
1950. Dunbanon College of Holy Cross, B.A., 1972;
University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 1975. Ad-
mitted to Maryland Bar, 1976. Member, Maryland State,
Baltimore City and Women's Bar Associations. Assistant
attorney general. Criminal Division, Office of the Attorney
General, 1976-80. Counsel to State Insurance Commis-
sioner, 1984-89. Recipient, Exceptional Service Award,
Office of the Attorney General.
JOHN CHARLES TRACEY. Associate Judge,
Montgomery County, District 6, District Court of Maryland,
since 1970. Bom in Silver Spring, Maryland, February 27,
1932. United States Capitol Page School, 1942-50. Served
in U.S. Marine Corps during Korean War. University of
Maryland, BA., 1957; University of Maryland School of
Law, LL.B., 1958, J.D., 1969. Admitted to Maryland Bar,
1958. Member, Maryland State Bar Association (former
chairman, section council, juvenile and family law commit-
tee) . Member, Montgomery County Bar Association (execu-
tive committee); American Judicature Society; National
Council of Juvenile Court Judges. Chairman, Maryland Task
Force on Permanency Planning. Member, Judicial Con-
ference Committee on Juvenile and Family Law. Member,
Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity; Executive Board, Law
Related Education Project. Master for Juvenile Causes,
Montgomery County, 1966-67. Judge, People's Court for
Montgomery County, 1970. Member, Hiram Lodge #\0;
Mithras Lodge of Perfection, AA.S.R.; Almas Temple
Shrine; life member. Order of Dcmolay. Founder,
Montgomery County Boys and Girls Home; Drug Action
Coalition of Montgomery County. Former director. Silver
Spring YMCA; Boy Scouts of America; Community
Psychiatric Clinic. Lecturer on the juvenile justice system.
Member, Ager Road United Methodist Church.
JACK R. TURNEY. Associate Judge, Garrett County,
District 12, District Court of Maryland, since 1982. Born
in Accident, Maryland, June 2, 1932. Served in U.S. Air
Force, 1949-52. Graduated from Western Maryland Col-
lege, 1956; George Washington University School of
Law, 1959. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1959. Member,
American and Maryland State Bar Associations; Maryland
Trial Lawyers Association. Listed in Who's Who in Colleges
and Universities; president, senior class. Western Maryland
College; fraternity president. Western Maryland College.
County Attorney, Garrctt County, 1966-82.
JAMES N. VAUGHAN. District Administrative Judge,
Howard County, District 10, District Court of Maryland,
since 1990 (Associate Judge, 1982—). Born in Wil-
mington, Delaware, December 29, 1934. University of
Baltimore, A.A., 1954. Served in U.S. Army, 1957;
Maryland National Guard, 1957-63. Mt. Vcrnon Law
School, LL.B., 1960. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1960.
Member, American, Maryland State and Howard County
Bar Associations. Deputy State's Attorney, Howard Coun-
ty, 1966; assistant county solicitor, Howard County,
1967-73; examiner for Howard County Circuit Court,
1967-70. Member, Democratic State Central Committee,
Howard County, 1970-74.
CORNELIUS J. VAUGHEY. Associate Judge,
Montgomery County, District 6, District Court of
Maryland, since 1984. Born in Far Rockaway, New York,
August 16,1938. Villanova University, B.S. (economics),
1961; University of Maryland School of Law, LL.B.,
1965. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1968. Member,
Montgomery County Bar Association. Law clerk for Judge
Walter H. Moorman, Circuit Court, Montgomery County,
1968-69. Member, Board of Appeals, City of Rockville,
1973-76 (chairman, 1974). Domestic Relations Master,
Circuit Court, Montgomery County, 1980-84.
LLOYD 0. WHITEHEAD. Associate Judge, Wicomico
County, District 2, District Court of Maryland, since 1990.
Born in Salisbury, Maryland, December 23, 1939. Pit-
tsville High School; University of Maryland, A.B., 1961;
American University, Washington College of Law, J.D.,