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J. LOWELL STOLTZFUS, Republican, District 38, Somerset, Wicomico & Worcester
Counties. Member of House of Delegates, 1991-92; Economic Matters Committee.
Member of Senate since 1992. Member, Economic and Environmental Affairs Committee
(member, environment subcommittee; licensing & regulation subcommittee); Joint Com-
mittee on Chesapeake Bay Critical Areas; Joint Committee on Federal Relations. Born in
Pottstown, Pennsylvania, July 15,1949. Salisbury State College, B.A., 1973; Eastern Mennonite
Seminary. Plant nursery proprietor, farmer, and parochial school principal. Member, Governor's
Pesticide Council, 1992—; Commission to Save the Lighthouses, 1992—; Delmarva Advisory
Council, 1992—. Past member, Area Agency on Aging. Chairman, Somerset County Planning
and Zoning Commission, 1984-85 (member, 1980-84). Chairman, Somerset County Board of
Zoning Appeals, 1985-90. Member, Somerset County Farm Bureau. Member, National Kraut
Packers Association; Association of Christian Schools International; Rehobeth Ruritan Club.
Member, Holly Grove Mennonite Church. Married; four children. District office; 30487
Broad St., Princess Anne 21853; tel. (410) 651-3886. Annapolis office: 409 James Senate
Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3645.
NORMAN R. STONE, JR., Democrat, District 7, Baltimore County. Member of
House of Delegates, 1963-67. Member of Senate since 1967. Vice-Chairman, Judicial
Proceedings Committee. Member, Executive Nominations Committee; Rules Commit-
tee. Member, Tort and Insurance Reform Oversight Committee, 1988-93. Chairman,
Economic and Environmental Affairs Committee, 1985-86. Chairman, Constitutional and
Public Law Committee, 1983-84 (vice-chair, 1975-82). Former chairman and vice-chair-
man, Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review. Chairman,
Baltimore County Senate Delegation, 1968-72. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, September 8,
1935. Attended Baltimore public schools; University of Baltimore; University of Baltimore School
of Law, LL.B., 1960. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1960. Past president, North Point Improve-
ment Association; past president, St. Luke's Holy Name Society. Member, Beth Council Knights
of Columbus; Edgemere Moose; North Point Peninsula Community Coordinating Council.
Selected as one of the 10 "Outstanding Legislators in the United States" by the Assembly of
Governmental Employees; Conservationist of the Year, Clean Water Action; "Town Notable"
in his legislative district. Married; four children. District office: 6905 Dunmanway, Baltimore
21222; tel. (410) 288-5270. Annapolis office: 216 James Senate Office Bldg., 21401-
1991; tel. (410) 841-3587.
BEATRICE P. TIGNOR, Democrat, District 25, Prince George's County. Member of
House of Delegates, 1991-93; Ways and Means Committee, 1991-93; Joint Expenditure
Study Group on Education and Human Resources. Member, County Affairs Committee
of Prince George's County Delegation. Member of Senate since 1993. Member, Budget
and Taxation Committee (capital budget subcommittee; health, education & human re-
sources subcommittee; revenues & taxes subcommittee); Joint Committee on Federal
Relations; Advisory Commission on Federal-State-Local Relations. Member, Women
Legislators of Maryland; Maryland Legislative Black Caucus. Born in Brandywine, Mary-
land, June 2, 1940. Bowie State College, B.S., 1962; George Washington University, M.A.,
1965, Ed. S., 1972, Ph.D., 1975. Professor. Past member. Faculty Advisory Council to Maryland
Higher Education Commission. Member, Board of Mental Health, 1986-90; Task Force on
Feasibility of Future Consolidation of State Psychiatric Hospitals, 1993—. Educator of the Year,
National Association of Educational Opportunities, 1988. Volunteer of the Year, Soroptimists,
1989. Prince Georgian of the Year, 1990. Widow; one child. District office: 11411 Lake Arbor
Way # 203, Mitchellville 20721; tel. (301) 808-38S 1. Annapolis office: 202 James Senate
Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (301) 858-3127, (410) 841-3127.
DECATUR W. (BUCKY) TROTTER, Democrat, District 24, Prince George's
County. Member of House of Delegates, 1975-79. Member of Senate since 1983. Mem-
ber, Finance Committee. Vice-Chairman, Rules Committee. Senate Chairman, Joint
Committee on the Management of Public Funds. Member, Special Joint Committee on
Pensions; Joint Expenditure Study Group on Education and Human Resources. Past
member, Special Joint Committee on the Medical Assistance Program. Chairman, Legis-
lative Black Caucus, 1986-88. Born in Washington, DC, January 8, 1932. Attended Wash-
ington, DC, public schools. Served in U.S. Army, 1950-52. Virginia State University, B.S., 1956.
Adult rehabilitation supervisor for Bureau of Rehabilitation. Glenarden Town Councilman,
1961-68. Mayor of Glenarden, 1970-74. Judge, Prince George's County Orphans'Court, 1982-
83. Member, Governor's Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission; State Advisory Board for Juvenile
Services; Project Advisory Council, Children and Family Services Reform Initiative; Governor's
Commission on Black and Minority Health, 1986-88; Task Force on Infrastructure Financing,
1985-86. Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention, 1988. Former member, Maryland
Municipal League. Married; two daughters. District office: 5611 Landover Rd., Hyattsville
20784; tel. (301) 277-7500. Annapolis office: 313 James Senate Office Bldg., 21401
1991; tel. (301) 8S8-3148, (410) 841-3148.