Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Herman M. Moser (1900-1956)
MSA SC 3520-14357
Associate Judge of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City  1944-1956

Biography:

Born February 22, 1900.  Graduated, Baltimore City College, 1917; University of Maryland Law School, 1920.  Admitted to the Bar, February 25, 1921.  Married, Henrietta Lehmayer, daughter of Martin Lehmayer, Judge of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City; one son, M. Peter Moser.  Died November 15, 1956, Baltimore, Maryland.

Served in World War I.  Named Assistant U.S. Attorney, 1923.  Practiced in partnership with Martin Lehmayer.  People's Council, Public Service Commission, 1933-1939.  Director, State Department of Parole and Probation, 1939-1944.  Named to Supreme Bench by Gov. Herbert H. O'Conor, October 23, 1944.  Died November 15, 1956, in Baltimore, Maryland. Member, American Legion; Elks Club; Masonic Order of the Scottish Rite.  Man of the Year, B'Nai B'Rith of Maryland, 1955.

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