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Dee Frances Alban

Angelo I. Castelli

Jeffrey B. Fisher

Albert W. Northrop

George L. Trees

Lucy B. Warr Dee Frances Alban 9806 Croom Rd., Upper Marlboro Age: 33

Student; paralegal studies degree, Prince George's Community College, 1990; planning to study pre-law at University of Maryland in fall 1990; member, Croom Citizens Association; board member and recording secretary, Youth Council for the Performing Arts in Upper Marlboro; past free-lance reporter for the South County Times; former teacher's assistant with United Cerebral Palsy in Bowie; former member and subcommittee chair of the Jaycees; member, Good Shepherd Christian Church; mother of three children. Angelo I. Castelli 7908 Esther Dr., Oxon Hill Age: 56

Lawyer and senior litigation partner, Zanecki, McDonough & Castelli, since 1988; member, Prince George's County Board of Education, 1978-90, chairman, 1985, vice-chairman 1982 and 1984; U.S. Marine Corps, 1953-56 (Korea); lawyer, Tax Division, U.S. Department of Justice, retiring in 1988 after 20 years; 32 years total federal government service; Maryland State Bar; Virginia State Bar; admitted to practice before Supreme Court of the United States; married, with four children; Knights of Columbus, St. Columbia Parish; Order, Sons of Italy-Lodge 2228; Oxon Hill Democratic Club; co-chairman, 1990 Cancer Charity Ball; Administrative Review Committee, Armed Forces Academies. Jeffrey B. Fisher 14303 Governor Lee Pl., Upper Marlboro Age: 40

Lawyer, partner, Fisher and Walcek, in private practice since 1975; extensive practice before Orphans' Court and in probate and guardianships; experience in hearing and deciding attorney discipline cases by appointment of the Attorney Grievance Commission to inquiry panels and the review board, 1982-1989, (appointment based on recommendation of the Prince George's County and Maryland State Bar Associations); member of Maryland, D.C. and U.S. district courts and of Maryland, D.C. and U.S. courts of appeals, D.C. and Fourth Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court bars; member of Maryland State, D.C., Prince George's County and American bar associations; married; three children. Albert W. Northrop 10721 Mattaponi Rd., Upper Marlboro Age: 42 Incumbent

Judge, Orphans' Court for Prince George's County, 1986-present; lawyer, Northrop, Shelby, Walsh, Radcliff & Schiszik; Doncaster Youth Camp Advisory Board, 1986-present; Maryland Joint Legislature/Orphans' Court Committee for the Continuing Legal Education of Orphans' Court Judges, 1988-present; lecturer, Maryland Association of Orphans' Court Judges and Prince George's County Bar Association, on probate practice and rules; recipient of the Gladys Noon Spellman Award for Outstanding Contribution to Youth, 1985; former member Prince George's County Bar Association board of directors; editor, Prince George's County Bar Association Newsletter; former special reporter, Maryland Court of Appeals Standing Committee on Rules. George L. Trees 201 Creighton Circle, Fort Washington Age: 68

President, Oxon Hill Publishing Co.; member, five years, Prince George's County Property Tax Appeals Court; newspaper journalist more than 25 years; technical writer and editor on engineering issues, five years; resident of Prince George's County more than 25 years; World War II combat veteran; married, with two children; three grandchildren. Lucy B. Warr 5203 North Englewood Dr., Landover Age: 68 Incumbent

Chief judge, Orphans' Court for Prince George's County; associate executive director for planning, United Way of the National Capital Area; first appointed judge of the Orphans' Court in 1984; elected in 1986; designated chief judge in August 1986, and again after elections in November 1986; secretary for four years of the Maryland State Association of Judges of the Orphans' Court; BA, sociology, LeMoyne-Owen College, Memphis; graduate studies in social work at Howard University; inducted in the Women's Hall of Fame of Prince George's County; memberships: Private Industry Council Board of Directors, Fire Chief's Advisory Committee, NAACP, Fairmont Park/North Englewood Civic Association, Episcopal Church of the Atonement; resident of Prince George's County for 40 years. ORPHANS' COURT REPUBLICAN

(3 seats)

Richmond Davis

and Thomas M. Havron

are unopposed