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56 /State Senate Maryland Manual 1994-1995



THOMAS V. MIKE MILLER, JR., Democrat, District 27. Member of
House of Delegates, 1971-75. Member of Senate since 1975. President since
1987. Co-Chair, Legislative Policy Committee. Member, Rules Committee;
Joint Committee on Legislative Ethics; Spending Affordability Committee,
1991—. Chair, Judicial Proceedings Committee and Deputy Majority Leader,
1983-86. President, Southern States Senate Traders Conference, 1988. Born in
Clinton, Maryland, December 3, 1942. Attended Prince George's County public
schools; University of Maryland, B.S. 1964; University of Maryland School of Law,
LL.B.,J.D., 1967. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1967. Attorney. Member, American,
Maryland State and Prince George's County Bar Associations. Member, Execu-
tive/Legislative Committee to Study the Feasibility of a Biennial Budget, 1985; Gov-
ernor's Oversight Committee on Liability Insurance, 1986; Chesapeake Bay Trust,
1987; Advisory Council on Lead Poisoning 1987; Maryland Housing Policy Com-
mission, 1987; State House Trust, 1987—; Maryland Veterans Home Commission,
1987; State Commission on the Capital City, 1987—; Maryland 1992 Commission,
1989—; Governor's Task Force on Trees and Forests, 1990—. Member, Surratts,
Brandywine, Nottingham, Port Washington, and Upper Marlboro Democratic Clubs.
Past officer or director of numerous boys and girls clubs; civic, fraternal, business, social
and historical organizations. Recipient of awards from Washington-area Boy Scouts,
Prince George's County Volunteer Fire Departments, Maryland Med-Chi, Maryland
and Prince George's County Police Departments, Sierra Club, and veterans groups.
Distinguished Alumnus of the Year, University of Maryland, 1988; Outstanding
Citizen, Prince George's County Board of Trade; Outstanding Legislator, Maryland
Municipal League; William P. Coliton Community Service Award, The Johns Hop-
kins University; Local 400 AFL-CIO Public Service Award; Outstanding Knight of
Columbus. Married; five children.
District office: 8808 Old Branch Ave., Clinton
20735; tel. (301) 868-6931. Annapolis office: H-107 State House, 21401-
1991; tel. (301) 858-3700, (410) 841-3700.

WILLIAM H. AMOSS, Democrat, District 35, Harford & Cecil Counties. Member,
House of Delegates, 1975-82. Member, Senate since 1983; Budget and Taxation Com-
mittee (chair, public safety, transportation, economic development, & natural resources
subcomm.; chair, pensions subcomm.; member, capital budget subcomin.); Joint Budget
and Audit Committee; Joint Committee on Chesapeake Bay Critical Areas; Spending
Affordability Committee. Senate Chair, Special Joint Committee on Pensions; Joint Ex-
penditure Study Group on Law Enforcement and Transportation; Joint Study Group on
Transportation and Lottery Revenues. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, December 2, 1936. Har-
ford County parochial & public schools; Harford Community College; University of Maryland—
Overseas; Missouri School of Auctioneering. Auctioneer and appraiser. Served in U.S. Army, 1955-58.
Member, Susquehanna River Watershed Advisory Board; Aquaculture Advisory Committee; State
Use Industries Advisory Committee; Maryland Historical Trust. Member, Governor's Task Force on
State Support for Volunteer Fire, Rescue and Ambulance Companies, 1983-85; Executive Study
Commission on the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute, 1990; Governor's Task Force to Study
Maryland State Police Salaries, 1990- 91. Member, Society for the Preservation of Md. Antiquities;
Md. Farm Bureau; Md. & National Auctioneers Assocs. Past director, Bel Air Jaycees.
office: P.O. Box 496, Fallston 21047; tei- (410) 838-7555. Annapolis office: 401 James Senate
Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3603.

WALTER M. BAKER, Democrat, District 36, Cecil, Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne's &
Talbot Counties. Member, Senate since 1979. Chair, Judicial Proceedings Committee,
1987—. Member, Rules Committee; Executive Nominations Committee; Legislative Pol-
icy Committee. Senate Chair, Tort and Insurance Reform Oversight Committee, 1988-93.
Member., Joint Task Force on Catastrophic Liability Insurance Fund and Maryland Rein-
surance Exchange, 1986; National Conf. of State Legislatures; Southern Legislative Conf.
of State Governments. Born in Port Deposit, Maryland, September 23, 1927. Served in U.S.
Army, 1950-53. Washington College, B.A; 1960; University of Mary land School of Law, LL.B.,
1960. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1960. Member, Court of Appeals Standing Committee on
Rules of Practice and Procedure, 1985—. Past member, Maryland Sentencing Guidelines Board;
Governor's Task Force to Review the Defense of Insanity, 1982-84; Governor's Task Force on
Correctional Rehabilitation, 1983; Governor's Task Force on Time-Sharing, 1983-84; Task
Force to Study the Maryland Tax Court, 1984-85; Joint Executive/Legislative Task Force on
Medical Malpractice Insurance, 1985; Task Force to Study Revision of Inheritance and Estate
Tax Laws, 1987. State's Attorney, Cecil County, 1963-66. Past pres. & dir., Cecil Co. Bar
Assoc.; past pres., Young Democrat Club of Washington College & Cecil Co. Member, Elkton
Rotary Club (past dir. &pres.); American Legion; VFW. Sadler Award, Washington College.
Married; two children.
District office; 153 East Main St., Elkton 21921; tel. (410) 398-
0980. Annapolis office: 301 James Senate Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3639.

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