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ROBERT H. KITTLEMAN, Republican, District 14B, Howard & Montgomery
Counties. Member of House of Delegates since 1983. Minority Whip, 1987—. Member,
Commerce and Government Matters Committee, 1994—; Joint Committee on Investi-
gation. Member, Legislative Policy Committee, 1987-90; Rules and Executive Nomina-
tions Committee, 1987-90; Economic Matters Committee, 1983-93 (workers'
compensation subcommittee). Chairman, Howard County Delegation, 1987-88. Born in
Omaha, Nebraska, January 31, 1926. Served in U.S. Navy, 1943-46. University of Oklahoma,
B.S., 1947. Engineer with Westinghouse, 26 years in engineering management, 1947-84.
Presently beef cattle farmer. Past chairman, Howard County Republican Central Committee;
past president, Howard County Republican Club; past president, Howard County Citizens
Association; life member and past president, Howard County Chapter, NAACP. Member, VFW.
First Life Achievement Award, Howard County Republican Party, 1986. District office: 12400
Clarksville Pike, Clarksville 21029, tel. (301) 854-6020 or (410) 988-9818. Annapolis
office: 312 Lowe House Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (301) 858-3401, (410) 841-3401.
MARTHA S. KLIMA, Republican, District 9, Baltimore County. Member, House of
Delegates since 1983; Appropriations Committee (health & the environment subcomm.);
Joint Budget and Audit Committee; Special Joint Committee on Pensions; Joint Expen-
diture Study Group on Health, Housing, Economic Development, and the Environment.
Past member, Special Joint Committee on the Medical Assistance Program. Vice-Pres.,
Women Legislators of Maryland, 1988. State Chair, American Legislative Exchange
Council. Member, Southern Legislative Conference (energy comm.). Born in Baltimore,
Maryland, December 3, 1938. Villa Julie College, A.A. Homemaker. Past member, State
Planning Commission. Past secretary, Central Md. Health Systems Agency. Pres., School Bd.
Nominating Convention, Baltimore Co., 2 terms. Delegate, Republican Party National Con-
vention, 1984. Chair, Membership Relations Committee, Baltimore Co. Chamber of Commerce.
Governing Trustee, Council on Economic Education in Md. Bd. member, Center for Prevention
of Child Abuse of Md. Vice-Chair, Bd. of Directors, Greater Baltimore Medical Center. Bd. of
Trustees, The Jenkins Memorial. Award of merit for outstanding services to community,
Baltimore Co. Chamber of Commerce; honorary life membership, Md. Congress of PTAs.
Woman of the Year Award, Towsontowne Business & Professional Women's Club, 1988.
Married; three children. District office: 1403 Newport Pl., Lutherville 21093, tel. (410)
337-2799. Annapolis office: 308 Lowe House Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (410)
CHARLES W. (STOKES) KOLODZIEJSKI, Democrat, District 31, Anne Arundel
County. Member of House of Delegates since 1983. Member, Economic Matters Com-
mittee (workers' compensation subcommittee); Workers' Compensation Benefit and
Insurance Oversight Committee. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, November 4, 1927. Southern
High School. Production supervisor. Served in Army of Occupation in the Philippines, 1946-47
(Army of Occupation Medal, World War II Victory Medal). Chairman, Democratic State
Central Committee, Anne Arundel County, 1982-83. Member, Cox Creek Sewer Facility Plan
Committee, 1981—. Past president (6 terms), Powerful Stoney Creek Democratic Club.
Member, Lake Shore, Roland Terrace, Severna Park, and 33rd District Democratic Clubs.
Member, American Legion; VFW; Curtis Bay Athletic Club. Married; five children. District
office: 168 Carvel Beach Rd., Baltimore 21226; tel. (410) 255-2043. Annapolis office:
213 Lowe House Office Ridg., 21401-1991; tel. (410) 841-3217.
NANCY K. KOPP, Democrat, District 16, Montgomery County. Member, House of
Delegates since 1975. Appropriations Committee (vice-chair, capital budget subcomm.;
member, education & transp. subcomm.). Assistant Majority Leader, 1987-90. Speaker
Pro Tem, 1991-92. Treasurer, Md. Order of Women Legislators, 1975-79. Chair, Legis-
lative Study Group, 1977-78. Exec. Committee, National Conf. of State Legislatures. Born
in Coral Gables, Florida, December 7, 1943. Wellesley College, B.A.; Univ. of Chicago, M.A.,
Ph.D. studies. National Defense Education Fellow. Political scientist. Commission on Compen-
sation and Personnel Policies, 1979-86; Task Force on Student Financial Aid; Information
Practices Commission, 1980-81; Joint Legislative and Executive Committee on Pensions, 1983;
Task Force to Study Flexibility for Higher Education, 1983-85; Commission on Excellence in
Higher Education, 1985-87; Community Services Advisory Commission, 1986—; Advisory
Committee for Educational Block Grants, 1992—; Project Advisory Council, Children & Family
Services Reform Initiative. Exec. Committee, Southern Regional Education Bd. Women's Sub-
urban Democratic Club; League of Women Voters; AAUW. Exec. Bd., Jewish Social Services
Agency. Bd. of Directors, Leadership Md. Outstanding Young Woman of Md; 1978. Awards
from AAUW; Md. Victim Advocacy Network, Md. Independent Colleges & Universities; Md.
Classified Employees Assoc. Married; two children. District office: tel. (301) 229-0385. An-
napolis office: 221 Lowe House Office Bldg., 21401-1991; tel. (301) 858-3019.