Associate Judge, District Court of Maryland, District 5, Prince George's County, January 26, 1996 to November 29, 1999.
Member, State Commission on Emotionally Disabled Children and Adolescents, 1981; Educational Task Force, Prince George's County, 1982. People's Zoning Counsel, Prince George's County, 1983-85. Member, Task Force for Elderly Housing, Prince George's County, 1987. General Counsel, Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, 1988-95. Civilian Training Program, Police Department, Prince George's County, 1994; Domestic Violence Coordinating Council, 1998.
Born in Port Chester, New York, April 21, 1939. Roanoke College, B.A., 1963; University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 1971. Attorney in private practice, 1973-88. Senior legal counsel, Prince George's County legislative delegation, 1978-82. Member, American Bar Association; Maryland State Bar Association, 1974- (administrative law section; criminal law & practice section; litigation law section; chair, legislative committee, 1991-94; chair, administrative law section council, 1995-96); Montgomery County Bar Association; Prince George's County Bar Association (board of directors, 1987-89, 2001-04; chair, alter ego program, 1997-). Fellow, Maryland Bar Foundation. Board of Directors, Association of Retarded Citizens of Prince George's County, 1977-86; Mental Health Association of Prince George's County, 1980-87. President, and Chair, Board of Directors, Bowie Office Park Condominium Association, 1981-85. Board of Directors, Prince George's Hotline and Suicide Prevention Center, 1983-. Chair, Prince George's Breakfast of Champions, 1983-89. Member, University of Maryland Terrapin Club, 1990-. Board of Directors, Prince George's Hospital, 1994-96.
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