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Maryland Manual 1994-1995 House of Delegates/105

MARY LOUISE PREIS, Democrat, District 34, Harford County. Member of House
of Delegates since 1991. Member, Judiciary Committee, 1991—; Joint Committee on
Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review, 1993—; House Facilities Committee,
1993—. Former chair, Harford County Delegation. Born in Jacksonville, Illinois., November
10, 1941. Fontbonne College, A.B., 1963 (Woodrow Wilson Fellow, 1963); Georgetown
University, M.S., 1967; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1983. Admitted to
Maryland Bar, 1983. Attorney. Member, Maryland State Bar Association (member, editorial
advisory board). Member, Harford County Bar Association. Member, Harford Community
College Foundation Board, ex officio member, Harford County Economic Development Advisory
Board. Board of Trustees, Harford Community College, 1978-88. Assistant attorney general,
1985-90. Outstanding Young Marylander nominee, Jaycees, 1975. Married; three children.
District office: 9 W. Courtland St., Bel Air 21014; tel. (410) 838-5890. Annapolis office:
326 Lowe House Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3289.

JAMES E. PROCTOR, JR., Democrat, District 27, Prince George's County. Member
of House of Delegates since 1990. Member, Appropriations Committee, 1992— (health
& the environment subcommittee); Joint Committee on Health Care Delivery and
Financing. Member, Environmental Matters Committee, 1990-92. Born in Washington,
DC, June 14, 1936. Dunbar High School, Washington, DC. Served in U.S. Air Force, 1961-62,
1968. Bowie State College, B.S., 1969, M.Ed., 1972. Educator. Virology research technician,
National Institutes of Health, 10 years. Principal, Prince George's County School System, 17
years. President, Cedarville Citizens Association, 12 years. Member, governing body, Southern
Maryland Health Systems Agency, Prince George's County, 1980-82. Vice-Chairman and
commissioner, Prince George's County Landlord-Tenant Commission, 1982-85. Member,
National Education Association; Maryland State Teachers Association; Prince George's Educa-
tors Association; Association of School-Based Administrators and Supervisors. Married; two
District office: 11204 Cedarville Rd., Brandywine 20613; tel. (301) 888-9353.
Annapolis office: 206 Lowe House Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (301) 858-3083, (410)

HOWARD P. RAWLINGS, Democrat, District 40, Baltimore City. Member of House
of Delegates since 1979. Chair, Appropriations Committee, 1992—. Member, Rules and
Executive Nominations Committee, 1992—; Legislative Policy Committee., 1992—
(management subcomm.); Spending Affordability Committee, 1992—. House Chair,
Joint Expenditure Study Group on Health, Housing, Economic Development, and the
Environment. Past member, Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legisla-
tive Review; Joint Budget and Audit Committee; Special Joint Committee on the Medical
Assistance Program. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, March 17, 1937. Baltimore public schools;
Morgan State University, B.S.; University of Wisconsin, M.S.; University of Maryland, Ph.D.
studies. College teacher; mathematician. Member, Governor's Task Force on School Construction,
1992—; Task Force on Maryland Building Performance Standards, 1992
—. Project Advisory
Council, Children and Family Services Reform Initiative; Advisory Committee for Educational
Block Grants; Maryland Housing Policy Commission. Bd. of Directors: University of Maryland
Medical System Corp.; Education Commission of the States (chair, policy & priorities comm.,
1986-87). Bd. member, Md. Historical Society; Action for the Homeless; Md. Ed. Coalition;
Md. Low Income Housing Coalition. Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention, 1988,
District office: 3502 Sequoia Ave., Baltimore 21215-7211; tel. (410) 466-4224.
Annapolis office: 131 Lowe House Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3407.

ALFRED W. REDMER, JR., Republican, District 8, Baltimore County. Member of
House of Delegates since 1991. Member, Environmental Matters Committee- Born in
Baltimore, Maryland, January 15, 1956. Perry Hall High School; The American College.
Owner of Redmer Insurance and Investment Services. Partner, Client First Brokerage Services.
Partner, Journal Enterprises. Member, Republican State Central Committee for 9th District,
Baltimore County, 1978-82. Co-Chairman, Ronald Reagan Presidential Campaign for 8th
District, 1980. Served on campaign staff of U.S. Representative Helen D. Bentley, 1980, 1982.
Elected delegate from 2nd Congressional District to Republican Party National Convention,
1988. Member and seven-term president. Perry Hall Improvement Association. Associate
member, Northeast Fullerton Community Association. Elected to State Executive Board,
Muscular Dystrophy Assoc. Board member. Eastern Baltimore Area Chamber of Commerce;
Kingsville-Perry Hall Lions Club. Charter member, Perry Hall Kiwanis Club. Member,
National Association of Life Underwriters; National Association of Health Underwriters. Board
member, Greater Baltimore Area Pastoral Counseling Center. Member, Church Council, St.
Michael's Lutheran Church. Married; three children.
District office: 4134 E. Joppa Rd.,
# 106, Baltimore 21236; tel. (410) 529-8888. Annapolis office: 307 Lowe House Office
Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3365.

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