[photo, Carmena F. Watson, State Delegate] CARMENA F. WATSON (1934-2012)
Democrat, District 44, Baltimore City

Member of House of Delegates, 1996-99. Member, Environmental Matters Committee, 1996-99 (environmental & natural resources subcommittee); Joint Legislative Task Force on Organ and Tissue Donations, 1997-98. Member, Maryland Legislative Black Caucus, 1996-99

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, January 1, 1934. Attended Frederick Douglass High School; Carver Vocational Technical Adult Evening School (business). Parliamentarian, Harlem Park Neighborhood Council, 1965-. Board of Directors, Total Health Care, Inc., 1968-85, 1989- (secretary, 1994-). Member, Citizens Democratic Action Organization, 1980-. President, Harlem Park Trust, 1990- (member, 1982-). President, St. Pius V Housing Committee, Inc., 1992- (staff member, 1989-). Representative of Harlem Park/Lafayette Square Village Center, 1995- (secretary, 1995-96). Died in Baltimore, Maryland, March 11, 2012.

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