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Maryland Manual 1994-1913 State Senate /67

MICHAEL J. WAGNER, Democrat, District 32, Annc Arundel County. Member,
House of Delegates, 1975-77. Member, Senate, 1977-79, and since 1983. Majority Whip,
1990—. Chair, Executive Nominations Committee. Member, Finance Committee; Joint
Committee on Protocol; Joint Subcommittee on Unemployment Insurance Taxation and
Charging. Past member. Special Joint Committee on Energy Pricing; Special Joint Com-
mittee on Pensions. Chair, Anne Arundel County Senate Delegation, 1983-88. Born in
Baltimore, Maryland, October 20, 1941. Glen Burnie Sr. High; University of Baltimore, A.A.,
1966. President, H & M Wagner & Sons (food & restaurant supplies); Executive Caterers.
President and owner, Michael's Eighth Avenue (banquet facility). Member, Maryland Tourism
Development Board, 1993—. Member, Greater Ferndale Improvement Assoc.; Ferndale-Lin-
thicum Area Community Council (organizer & founder, 1975); Glen Burnie Chamber of
Commerce; Wagner Baseball, Inc. (founder & board, 1975—); Masons, Elks. Chair, YMCA-
Partner with Youth, 1986-88. Founder and president, Anne Arundel Co. Sports Hall of Tame,
1991—; "Take Back Our Streets," 1992— Man of the Year, Anne Arundel Co. Amateur
Baseball Assoc., 1988; Outstanding Public Official, Greater BWI Commuter Transportation
Center, Inc., 1990. Married, two children.
District office: 510 Arundel Center North, 101
Grain Hwy., NW, Glen Burnie 21061; tel. (410) 760-6453. Annapolis office: 209 James
Senate Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3593.

GERALD W. WINEGRAD, Democrat, District 30, Anne Arundel County. Member,
House of Delegates, 1978-83. Member, Senate since 1983. Member, Economic and En-
vironmental Affairs Committee (chair, environment subcommittee; member, licensing &
regulation subcommittee); Joint Committee on Chesapeake Bay Critical Areas; Joint
Committee on Legislative Ethics. Member, Tort and Insurance Reform Oversight Com-
mittee, 1988-93. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, September 9, 1944. Western Maryland Col-
lege, B.A; 1966; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1969. Attorney. Counsel to
National Wildlife Federation, 1969-70. Military judge, U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General's
Corps, 1970-74. Commander in U.S. Naval Reserve. Vice-Chair, State Commission on the Capital
City. Member, Chesapeake Bay Commission; Governor's Council on Child Abuse and Neglect;
Maryland Environmental Trust; Governor's Advisory Council on Recycling. Outstanding Young
Annapolitan, 1976; Conservation Legislator of the Year, Md. Wildlife Federation, 1981, and
Clean Water Action Project, 1985. Selected Legislator of the Year by Anne Arundel Co. Psy-
chological Assoc., 1981; by Solar Action of Md., 1982; by District 3 of Md. Nurses Assoc., 1983;
by Md. Public Health Assoc., 1987; by Audubon Naturalist Society, 1988. Certificate of Merit,
Common Cause, 1984. Outstanding Conservationist, Sierra Club, 1985. Man of the Year,
Annapolitan Magazine, 1990. Married; three daughters. District and Annapolis office: 314
James Senate Office Bldg., Annapolis 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3578.

THOMAS M. YEAGER, Democrat, District 13, Howard and Prince George's Counties.
Member of Senate since 1983. Member, Budget and Taxation Committee (health, edu-
cation & human resources subcommittee). Former member, Judicial Proceedings Com-
mittee. Born September 27, 1936. Served in U.S. Air Force, 1954-57. University of Maryland,
B.S.E.E., 1963; American University, M .B.A., 1969. District sales manager, Hewlett Packard.
Member, Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect; Criminal Justice Information Advisory Board;
Governor's Motor Carrier Task Force for Safety and Uniformity; Korean War Memorial Com-
mission, 1986-90. Member, Howard County Council, 1974-82. Past president, University of
Maryland Howard County Alumni Association. Member, Clarksville Lions; Howard County
Striders; Howard County Bee Keepers Association; Terrapin Club; American Legion Post 60,
Laurel; VFW Post 7472, Ellicott City; Loyal Order of the Moose 1504, Laurel. Married; two
District office: 413 Main St., Laurel 20707; tel. (301) 498-3400. Annapolis
office: 309 James Senate Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3572.

LARRY YOUNG, Democrat, District 39, Baltimore City. House of Delegates, 1975-87;
Environmental Matters Committee (chair, 1983-87); Joint Committee on Health Care
Cost Containment. House Chair, Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and
Legislative Review. Chair, Baltimore City Delegation. Member of Senate since 1988;
Finance Committee, Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Re-
view; Joint Committee on Health Care Delivery and Financing. Special Joint Committee
on Energy Pricing, 1990-91. National Black Caucus of State Legislators Secretariat (chair,
health comm., 1979—). Born in Baltimore, Maryland, November 25, 1949. Baltimore public
schools; University of Maryland. Urban environmentalist. Chair, Governor's Commission on
Black and Minority Health, 1986-88. Member, Md. Committee for Children and Youth, 1969-
72; Governor's Task Force on Hazardous Waste Initiatives, 1984; State Council on Cancer Control,
1991-93; State Commission on Neighborhoods, 1994—. Chair, bd. of directors, Citizens Democratic
Action Organization, Inc., 1976—; NAACP. Past columnist,
Afro-American. Pros., Center
for Urban Environmental Studies, Inc., 1
978-83. Founder & Bd. Chair, National Black Health
Study Group, 1990—. Co-Chair, Revival Crusade, 1992. Honor Roll Award,
1971; Annual Award, NAEE, 1976; Statesman Award, Baltimore Baptist Ministers' Confer-
ence, 1977; Public Service Award, MPIRG, 1978.
District office: 501C Pennsylvania Ave.,
Baltimore 21201; tel. (410) 383-2701. Annapolis office: 306 James Senate Office Bldg.,
21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3612.

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