[photo, J. Max Millstone, Maryland Secretary of General Services] JULIUS MAX MILLSTONE (1928-2020)
Secretary of General Services, 1977-83
Deputy Secretary of General Services, 1976-77
Assistant Secretary of General Services, 1975-76

Secretary of General Services, 1977 to 1983. Deputy Secretary of General Services, 1976-77. Member, Governor's Executive Council, 1977-83. Chair, Task Force on Heating Systems in Public Buildings, 1977; Council on the State Capital, 1977-83. Member, Emergency Resources Priority Board, 1977-83; Executive Management Board, 1977-83; Hall of Records Commission, 1977-83; General Professional Services Selection Board, 1977-83; Interagency Committee on School Construction, 1977-83; Maryland Wholesale Food Center Authority, 1977-83; Commission on Correctional Standards, 1980-83; Executive/Legislative Task Force on Prisons, 1981. Chair, Asbestos Insulation Problems Task Force, 1981-82. Member, State Use Industries Advisory Committee, 1981-83. Chair, Interdepartmental Committee for Telecommunications Master Planning, 1982-83.

Administrative assistant, 1960-62, and property acquisition attorney, 1962-63, State Department of Public Improvements. Special assistant attorney general, Office of Attorney General, 1963-68. Assistant to Director. State Department of Public Improvements, 1968-70.

Director of Administration, Department of General Services, 1970-75. Assistant Secretary of General Services, 1975-76. Member, Task Force to Study Circuit Court Unification, 1975; Commission to Study the Feasibility of an All-Purpose Performing Arts Facility in the City of Annapolis, 1976.

Member, Workmen's Compensation Commission, 1983-86; Workers' Compensation Commission, 1986-91; State Workers' Compensation Commission, 1991-2006.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, August 26, 1928. Attended Baltimore City College; University of Maryland; University of Baltimore; University of Baltimore Law School, LL.B., 1956. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1956. Member, American Bar Association. Board of Directors, Beth Jacob Congregation. Member, Beth Tfiloh Congregation, Pikesville, Maryland. Widower; three children, five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren. Died in Pikesville, Maryland, January 6, 2020.

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