Assistant U.S. Attorney for District of Maryland, 1953-55. U.S. Attorney for District of Maryland, 1956-57. Chair, Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, Baltimore City, 1963-67. Member, Mayor's Advisory Committee for Workable Program for Community Improvement, Baltimore City, 1963-67. Chair, Subcommittee on Community Planning Program, Mayor's Task Force on Civil Rights, Baltimore City, 1965-67. Member, Jail Board, Baltimore City, 1971-73. Member, Governor's Commission to Revise the Annotated Code, 1975-82; Attorney Grievance Commission, 1978-82 (chair, 1975-76; review board, 1975-78).
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, July 7, 1926. Harvard University, A.B. (history), magna cum laude, 1946; Harvard Law School, LL.B., 1949. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1949. Associate, Hinkley & Singley, 1949-53. Partner, Clapp, Somerville, Black, & Honemann, 1968-82. Member, American, Maryland State and Baltimore City Bar Associations. Member, Lawyers' Round Table; Rule Day Club; Harvard/Radcliffe Club of Maryland; Harvard Law School Association of Maryland. Board of Directors, Baltimore Urban League, 1963-69, 1976-82. Past member, Board of Directors, Union Memorial Hospital; Hospital for Consumptives of Maryland. Chair, Baltimore City Republican Central Committee, 1962-66. Delegate, Republican Party National Convention, 1964 (alternate delegate, 1960). Died in Easton, Maryland, September 29, 2014.
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