County Executive, Montgomery County, December 1, 1986 to December 3, 1990.
Member, Montgomery County Council, representing District 4, 1970-74 (vice-president, 1974). Montgomery County representative, Region IV Board of Governor's Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice, 1971-74. Chair, Public Safety Policy Committee, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, 1972-74
Member, Task Force for Water Resources Planning and Management, 1972; Advisory Board on Liability, 1980-82; Banking Commission Committee, 1981-83; Fair Campaign Financing Commission, 1981-83; State Insurance Commissioners' Office Committee, 1981-83; Governor's Commission on Workmen's Compensation Laws, 1981-85. Maryland Building Code Study Commission, 1981-86; Task Force to Examine the School Construction Program, 1985.
Born in Washington, DC, July 8, 1925. Attended Calvin Coolidge High School, Washington, DC; George Washington University, B.S. (physics & chemistry). Former president, Kramer Enterprises, a shopping center management company, Silver Spring. Member, Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee, 1965-66. Member, Montgomery County Citizens Planning Association. Former vice-chair, Executive Committee, Montgomery United Way. Former president, Montgomery Chamber of Commerce; former member, Silver Spring Chamber of Commerce. Former president, Rotary Club, Silver Spring. Former director-at-large, Maryland Association for Retarded Citizens. Board of Directors, Boys and Girls Club of Silver Spring. Board of Trustees, Holy Cross Hospital. Member, Foundation Committee for Montgomery College. Humanitarian Award, Jewish Council for the Aging, 2014. Board of Directors, Temple Israel, Silver Spring, Maryland. Widower; three children, eight grandchildren, three great-grandchildren.
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