253 East Church St., Suite 100, Frederick, MD 21701
Member, Governor's Advisory Commission on Maryland Wine and Grape Growing, 2011-; Financial Education and Capability Commission, 2012-.
Board of Alderman, City of Frederick, 1970-74. Mayor, City of Frederick, 1974-90.
Deputy Secretary, Department of Planning, 1991-95. Deputy Secretary, Department of Natural Resources, 1995-96. Deputy Secretary, Department of Planning, 1996-2002. Past member, Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Commission; Patuxent River Commission (past vice-chair); Power Plant Research Advisory Committee; Forum for Rural Maryland; Rural Legacy Board.
Born in Frederick, Maryland, October 19, 1940. Attended Frederick High School, Frederick, Maryland; Frederick Community College, A.A., 1962; University of Maryland, College Park, B.A. (history & government), 1967; Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College), M.Ed., 1970. Teacher, Frederick County public schools, 1967-73. Consultant, commercial real estate, and college instructor, 1990-91. Newspaper columnist, Frederick, 1990-98. Town Manager, Town of Indian Head, 2001-05. Consultant, commercial real estate sales, 2005-. President, East Frederick Rising, 2006-10. Board of Directors, Goodwill Industries, 2006-. Advisory Board, Maryland Shakespeare Theater, 2008-. Member, Urban Land Institute; American Planning Association; Chesapeake Bay Foundation; 1000 Friends of Maryland; U.S. Tennis Association; Fraternal Order of Elks; Fraternal Order of Owls; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP); American Legion. Past president, Frederick Arts Council; Delaplaine Visual Arts Center; Frederick Festival of the Arts. Past trustee, Maryland Art Place. Past member, Board of Directors, Way Station. Distinguished Alumnus Award, Frederick Community College, 1987. Livability Award for support of the arts, U.S. Conference of Mayors, 1988. Smart Growth Hero, 1000 Friends of Maryland, 2014. Married; five children; eight grandchildren; one great-grandchild.
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