Daily Archives: November 13, 2019

Southern Maryland Celebration Senator Roy Dyson

Few members ever elected to the Maryland Senate came to their positions with as impressive of a political resume as did former St. Mary’s County Senator Roy Dyson. His impressive electoral career would see him represent Southern Maryland in the Maryland House of Delegates, the Maryland Senate, and the United States Congress. Born in Great […]

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Southern Maryland Celebration Senator Thomas Middleton

A member of the Maryland General Assembly for over twenty-four years, Thomas Middleton would serve Southern Maryland as a Maryland State Senator from 1995-2019. Born in LaPlata in 1945, Middleton would graduate from Notre Dame High School before making his way to Charles County Community College (A.A., 1966) and Mount St. Mary’s College (B.S., Biology, […]

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Southern Maryland Celebration Senator Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr.

No one is more widely known or has made more history as the longest-serving Senate President in the history of both the State of Maryland and the United States. Maryland’s Senate President since 1987, Senator Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr. has proudly and capably represented Southern Maryland throughout his tenure in public service. A native […]

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Senate Veterans Celebration Series Senator John Astle

A native of West Virginia, Senator John Astle would come to Maryland as a result of a long an illustrious career in the United States Marine Corps. He’d serve in the military from 1961 until 1991 ultimately retiring as a Colonel in the Marine Corps Reserves. He’d primarily serve as an aviator over his military […]

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Senate Veterans Celebration Series Senator H. Erle Schafer

Although a member of the Maryland State Senate from just 1979-1983, H. Erle Schafer would be a fixture of the Anne Arundel County political world for many years. He’d begin his life of service not in politics but in the United States Marine Corps. That military service would see him serve tenures in both the […]

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