Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Ellen O. Moyer (b. 1936)
MSA SC 3520-13711


Born Ellen Louise Oosterling, February 12, 1936, in Camden, New Jersey.  Raised in Towson, Maryland.  Daughter of Henry John Oosterling and Mina (Johnson) Oosterling.  Attended Penn State University.  Married Roger W. "Pip" Moyer (mayor of Annapolis, 1965-73); five children.  Divorced, 1973; remarried to Tom Conroy (d. 12/4/2002), 1979-2002.

Taught one year of fifth grade in Baltimore County.  Executive Director, Maryland Commission for Women, late 1970s.  Lobbyist for the Maryland State Teachers Association.  Member, Strategic Committee on the State Plan for Higher Education, 1999-2000.  Member, Maryland Racing Commission, 1999-2003.  Member, Annapolis City Council, 1987-2001; established the Annapolis Conservancy Board and the city's Greenscape program.  Mayor of Annapolis, 2001-2009 (elected first female mayor).

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