[photo, Charles M. Coles, Jr., Orphans' Court Judge, Carroll County, Maryland] CHARLES M. COLES, JR., Chief Judge (Republican)

Chief Judge, Orphans' Court, Carroll County, since March 21, 2019 (judge, July 22, 2016 to March 21, 2019). Member, Conference of Orphans' Court Judges, 2016- (policy, rules & forms subcommittee, 2017-).

Chief Judge, Orphans' Court, Howard County, 1998-2006 (judge, 1990-98). Member, Conference of Orphans' Court Judges, 2003-06.

Substitute member, Board of Elections, Howard County, 2008-11.

Attended Howard County public schools; Catonsville Realty School; Missouri Auction School; Catonsville Community College; University of Maryland, College Park. Farmer, 1977-. Owner, Coles Bus Service, 1988-. Member, Maryland Association of Judges of the Orphans' Court; National College of Probate Judges. Member, Howard County Historical Society; Howard County School Bus Contractors Association. Superintendent of Farm Crops Dept., Howard County Fair (member, security committee). Board of Directors, Howard County Fair, 2015-. Married; three children.

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