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60 /State Senate Maryland Manual 1994-1995

IDAMAE GARROTT, Democrat, District 19, Montgomery County. House of
Delegates, 1979-87; Ways and Means Committee. Member, Senate since 1987; Economic
and Environmental Affairs Committee (environment & health subcomms.). Senate Chair,
Joint Committee on Federal Relations; Advisory Commission on Federal-State-Local
Relations. Vice-Chair, Montgomery County Senate Delegation. Born in Washington, DC,
December 24, 1916. Western Maryland College, A.B., 1936 (Honorary Doctor of Laws, 1976).
Interagency Advisory Committee for Early Childhood Development and Education; State Ad-
visory Council for Individuals with Disabilities. Montgomery County Council, 1966-74 (pres.,
1971; chair, planning committee, 1970-74); bd. member, Washington Metropolitan Area Tran-
sit Authority, 1972-74; Washington Suburban Transit Commission, 1971-74 (chair, 1972);
Council of Governments (pres., 1974; chair, land use committee, 1969-74). Chair, Solid Waste
Management Agency of Metropolitan Washington, 1969-74. Past pres; Montgomery Co.
League of Women Voters, Montgomery Co. Humane Society; honorary member, Wheaton
Rescue Squad (bd. member, 1982-84). Author,
Paying Our Way, Maryland State Taxes and
You. John Dewey Award, 1982; Humanitarian Award, Humane Society, 1983; Hornbook
Award, Montgomery Co. Education Assoc., 1985; Md. NARFE Federation Award, 1988.
Married, two children, two grandchildren.
Annapolis office: 304 James Senate Office Bldg.,
21401-1991; tel. (301) 858-3151, 1-800-492-7122, ext. 3151 (upcounty).

LEO E. GREEN, Democrat, District 23, Prince George's County. Member, House of
Delegates, 1975-79. Member, Senate since 1983; Budget and Taxation Committee
(health, education & human resources subcomm.; pensions subcomm.); Executive Nomi-
nations Committee; Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Re-
view; Spending Affordability Committee; Joint Expenditure Study Group on Education
and Human Resources; Joint Subcommittee on Unemployment Insurance Taxation and
Charging. Member, Joint Committee on Health Care Cost Containment, 1985-92; Tort
and Insurance Reform Oversight Committee, 1991-93. Mount St. Mary's College, B.S.;
Georgetown University School of Law, LL.B., J.D. Attorney. Member, Governor's Energy Task
Force; Work force Investment Board. Mayor of Bowie, 2 terms. Delegate & secretary, Md.
delegation, Democratic Party National Convention, 1976. Member, Md. State and Dist. of
Columbia Bar Assocs. Director, Patuxent Dist., Boy Scouts of America. Trustee, Prince George's
United Way. Past member, Board of Trustees of the State Universities and Colleges; past vice-
chair, Washington Council of Governments; bd. of directors. Villa Rosa Home. Past president,
Associated Catholic Charities. Past chair, bd. of visitors, Bowie State College; past general counsel,
Eastern U.S. Postal Region. Member, American Legion. Distinguished Alumni Award, Mount
St. Mary's College, 1979. Married; eight children, five grandchildren,
District office: 3123
Belair Dr., Bowie 20715; tel. (301) 262-4420. Annapolis office: 212 James Senate Office
Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (301) 858-3631, (410) 841-3631.

JOHN J. HAFER, Republican, District 1, Allegany & Garrett Counties. Member of
Senate since 1991. Member, Finance Committee; Joint Committee on Health Care De-
livery and Financing; Special Joint Committee on Economic Development Strategy; Spe-
cial Joint Committee on Pensions; Joint Expenditure Study Group on Law Enforcement
and Transportation. Member, Special Joint Committee on Energy Pricing, 1991. Born in
Frostburg, Maryland, February 25, 1932. Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, B.S.,
1954; Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science, 1958. Medic, U.S. Army. Funeral director.
Member, Tri-County Council for Western Maryland, 1991—; State Commission an Neigh-
borhoods, 1994
—. Member, Maryland Farm Bureau; Allegany County Farm Bureau. Member,
Cumberland Chamber of Commerce. Past chairman, Salvation Army and American Cancer
Crusade. Board member, Salvation Army; Cumberland Youth Center. Mason Lodge, Scottish
Rite 32nd degree, Tall Cedar of Lebanon, Past Potentate, Ali Ghan Shrine Temple; Past Grand
Tall Cedar. Member, Fraternal Order of Police; Farrady American Legion Post; Cumberland
B.P.O. Elks, Cumberland Moose. Married; four children.
District office: P.O. Box 116, 58
Frost Ave., Frostburg 21532; tel. (301) 689-4666. Annapolis office: 406 James Senate
Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3565.

LARRY E. HAINES, Republican, District 5, Carroll & Baltimore Counties. Member
of Senate since 1991. Member, Judicial Proceedings Committee, 1992—; Joint Commit-
tee on Federal Relations; Advisory Commission on Federal-State-Local Relations. Mem-
ber, Economic and Environmental Affairs Committee, 1991. Born in Woodbine, Maryland,
April 11,1938. Frederick Community College. Real estate broker and appraiser. Member, City
of Westminster Housing Study Committee, 1974—; Westminster Board of Zoning Appeals,
1983-89; Carroll County Future of Agriculture Subcommittee. Member, Maryland Association
of Realtors (legislative committee, 1986-90). Chairman, Carroll County Association of Realtors
Legislative Committee, 1986-90. Member, American Association of Certified Appraisers; Car-
roll County Chamber of Commerce; National Federation of Independent Businesses. Director,
Bank of Maryland Carroll County. Realtor of the Year, Carroll County Association of Realtors,
1975. Vice-Chairman, Church Council, Church of the Open Door, Westminster. Married; four
District office: 532 Baltimore Blvd., Westminster 21157; rel. (410) 876-4530, (410)
876-1616. Annapolis office: 403 James Senate Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-

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