BALTIMORE COUNTY, MARYLAND

ORPHANS' COURT


[photo, William R. Evans, Orphans' Court Judge, Baltimore County, Maryland] WILLIAM R. EVANS, Chief Judge (Democrat)



Chief Judge, Orphans' Court, Baltimore County, since February 2009 (judge, 2006-). Member, Conference of Orphans' Court Judges, 2014-15.

Member, Baltimore County Board of Appeals, 1982-86. Member, Baltimore County Council, 1986-90.

Attended Calvert Hall College High School, Baltimore, Maryland; John Carroll University, B.S., 1969. Served in U.S. Air Force and National Guard, 1967-72. University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 1973. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1973. Member, American, Maryland State, and Baltimore County Bar Associations. Member, National College of Probate Judges; Maryland Association of Judges of the Orphans' Court; Trial Judges Association of Maryland. Member, Dissenters Law Club; American Legion; Liberty Pickering Lodge no. 219, Cockeysville, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons (AF & AM) of Maryland. Married; two sons; five grandchildren.

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