Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Lucy B. Warr
MSA SC 3520-13480


Born in Memphis, Tennessee.  Attended LeMoyne College, Memphis, Tennessee, B.A.; Howard University, Washington, D.C., graduate courses in social work.  Married.

Nurses aid, Prince George's County public schools, 1950s.  Vision and hearing screening technician.  President, Beaver Heights Elementary School PTA.  Director, United Communities Against Poverty (UCAP), 1973-76.  Associate Director of Social Planning for the United Way of the National Capital Area, 1980s-1992.  Appointed by Governor Harry Hughes, Judge, Prince George's County Orphans' Court, 1984; Chief Judge, 1986-2002.  Volunteer activities include community coordinator for voter registration drives and for polio clinics, Prince George's County.  Board of Director, Health and Welfare Council; Family Service Agency; Child Day Care Association; Scholarship Fund.  Regional Board, National Conference of Christians and Jews.  Brotherhood Award, Human Relations, National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1976.  Member, Prince George's County Women's Political Caucus.  Life member, NAACP.  Alumna of the Year, LeMoyne College, 1985.  Prince George's County Women's Hall of Fame, 1988.

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