[photo, Rebecca J. Demmler, Cecil County Board of County Commissioners, Elkton, Maryland] REBECCA J. DEMMLER
Member, Board of County Commissioners (Republican), 2006-10

Vice-President, Board of County Commissioners, Cecil County, December 16, 2008 to December 13, 2010 (member, representing District 2, December 11, 2006 to December 13, 2010).

Member (ex officio), Planning Commission, Cecil County, 2006-10; Commission on Aging, Cecil County, 2006-10. Member, Board of Health, Cecil County, 2006-10; Local Management Board (Cecil Partnerships for Children, Youth, & Families), 2006-10; Mental Health Core Service Agency Advisory Board, Cecil County, 2008-.

Member, Upper Shore Regional Council, 2006-10 (2nd vice-chair, 2008-09).

University of Edinboro, Pennsylvania, B.S. (elementary education & special education). Past president, secretary/treasurer, and newsletter editor, Maryland Chapter, International Flying Farmers. Past treasurer, Cecil County Unit, Salvation Army. Married; two children.

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