DISTRICT 15

DEMOCRAT

(3 seats) Fernando Bren Wayne Busbice Gene W. Counihan Joseph Foley Virginia Ott Gallagher Rosemary Glynn Sally McGarry Stuart D. Schooler David Segal Fernando Bren 9913 Hall Rd., Potomac Age: 48

President and CEO, Fernando Bren and Associates; career public servant, Treasury and Defense departments, U.S. Civil Service Commission, 1966-88; chairman, Montgomery County Merit System Protection Board, 1982-90; recipient, Star Cup, 1990; president, Montgomery County Civic Federation, West Montgomery County Citizens Association, Community Housing Resources Board Inc. of Montgomery County and National Association of Civil Service Commissioners; founder, Greater Potomac Council of Presidents and Civic-Business Roundtable; commissioner, Montgomery County Human Relations Commission; member, Governor Schaefer's Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Commission; chairman, Committee for Montgomery State Coalitions Subcommittee. Wayne Busbice 10005 Banner Country Ct., Gaithersburg Age: 61

President of WEBCO Music; EdD, American University, elected to Phi Delta Kappa; controller, Careers III Inc.; career educator, principal, counselor and teacher, Montgomery County Public Schools; director of logistics and inspector general, lieutenant colonel, U.S. Air Force Reserve; chairman, Task Force on Drug Education, Montgomery County Public Schools; Democratic precinct chairman; coordinator, Gaithersburg Aquatic Center Project; Oaks Landfill Advisory Committee; Rockville and Gaithersburg Chambers of Commerce; Seneca-Potomac, Women's Suburban and Northern Montgomery County Women's Democratic clubs; Sugarloaf Citizens' Association, Medley Historic District. Gene W. Counihan 9901 Dellcastle Rd., Gaithersburg Age: 49 Incumbent

Supervisor of planning, Montgomery County public schools; member, House of Delegates, 1982-present; vice chairman, House Ways and Means Committee, 1986-present; Property Tax Reform Force, 1990; member, Fiscal Affairs Committee, Southern Legislative Conference; Democratic Central Committee, 1978-82; elected director and president, Montgomery Village Foundation, 1977-80; administrator and teacher, Montgomery County schools, 1963 to present; associate professor and instructor, part time, University of Maryland, American University, Federal City College, 1967-73; BS, Frostburg State; MS, American University; native Marylander; married with five daughters. Joseph Foley 14520 King's Grant St., North Potomac Age: 41

President, Foley and Company Inc., a government relations firm, 1986-present; federal policy analyst, 1981-85; political appointee, congressional lobbyist, Carter administration, 1979-81; legislative aide, floor of U.S. House of Representatives, 1974-79; state health and social worker, 1971-73; MA, international affairs, American University School of Foreign Service, 1980; BA, history and education, Elon College, 1971; married with two children, graduates of Washington area public schools; member, Gaithersburg Upper Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce. Virginia Ott Gallagher 22415 Weems Rd., Clarksburg

Retired, legislative specialist-lobbyist; commissioner, Commission for Women; vice president and liaison to state of Maryland, Commission for Women, three terms; past president, Clarksburg Super Citizens; executive committee, Clarksburg Community Association, two terms; member, Women in Government Relations; chairwoman, Washington Council of Governments, Child Care Conference, Children with Special Needs Commission; member, Clarksburg Master Plan-Planning Committee; Democratic precinct vice chairman (provisional), Germantown; member, Ad Hoc Select Committee for City Council, Takoma Park; antiabortion candidate. Rosemary Glynn 7524 Westlake Ter., Bethesda Age: 45

Trial lawyer, U.S. Department of Justice, district attorney, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1978-85; president, Maryland Condominium and Homeowner Association; delegate, Democratic National Convention, 1972; candidate, House of Representatives, 1988; married; mother of three children, all attended public schools; endorsed by the Sierra Club, National Organization for Women, Women's Political Caucus, Montgomery County Education Association teacher's union, AFL-CIO; Montgomery County Council of Supporting Services Empoyees, Fraternal Order of Police; member, Haddassah, NAACP, National Association of Retired Federal Employees, National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, League of Women Voters. Sally McGarry 10340 Democracy Lane, Potomac Age: 55

Owner-president, Rockville Paperworks, 1983-present; chairman, 1989-90, president, 1986-89, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay; Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee, 1986-90; alternate, Democratic National Convention, 1988; legislative aide, Del. Counihan, 1986-88; vice president, director, lobbyist League of Women Voters, 1972 to present; commissioner, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, 1979-81; supervisor, Montgomery Soil Conservation Service, 1978-79; BA, political science, Swarthmore College; married with five children, three grandchildren. Stuart D. Schooler 9201 Quintana Dr., Bethesda Age: 33

Market, financial, and demographic consultant, real estate broker, Barnes, Morris and Pardoe; MBA, finance, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania; BS, MS, engineering; registered engineer, environmental practice; author, more than 25 articles on welfare reform, solid waste stream reduction, transportation reform, financing, etc.; endorsed by Democrats for the 90s; member, Inquiry Committee, Maryland State Attorney Grievance Commission; graduate, Montgomery County public schools; 6th Congressional District coordinator, Gore presidential campaign; past member, National Capital B'nai B'rith Housing Foundation, senior citizens; member, B'nai B'rith Youth Organization Adult Board; married; one child. David Segal 10320 Westlake Dr., #407, Bethesda Age: 33

Environmental-public interest activist, 1981-90; staff, director, organizer, fund-raiser, Clean Water Action, 1984-88; organizer, Citizen Referendum on Over-Development, 1988; worked on and consulted with more than 100 campaigns and organizations including Chesapeake Bay critical area legislation, 1984; Superfund, 1984-85; Opposing Dickerson Incinerator, 1990; Clean Air Act, 1989; Protecting Alaskan National Wildlife Refuge, 1989; Phosphate Detergent Ban, 1986; Pesticide Right to Know, 1986; Outstanding Young Man of America, 1987; BA, government, Ponoma College, 1980; Married, Jayne Prazak-Segal, child care professional.

DISTRICT 15

REPUBLICAN

(3 seats) Michael J. Baker Richard La Vay Jean W. Roesser William Wilson Michael J. Baker 24449 Cutsail Dr., Damascus Age: 27

Insurance claims adjuster, senior casualty claims representative, Allstate Insurance; founding officer, former president and chairman of the board, Germantown Jaycees; top 10 Maryland Jaycee; board member of the year, Germantown Jaycees; loaned executive, United Way Campaign; member, Germantown Chamber of Commerce; precinct chairman; BS, political science, Texas A&M University; Outstanding Student Senator; General Moore Outstanding Leadership Award; member, Neelsville Presbyterian Church; married. Richard LaVay 14000 Crossland Lane, Gaithersburg Age: 37

President, The LaVay Corporation; board member, Stepping Stine Homeless Shelter, Rockville; board member, Montogmery County Men's Republican Club; member, Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless; active, Jimmie Henga Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis; married; three children; BS, economics, Mt. St. Mary's College, 1975; first prize, Finest in Family Living, Suburban Maryland Homebuilders Association; Montgomery County resident, 30 years; Alexandria Civic Group, Neighborhood Improvement Award; received commercial pilot's license, 1974. Jean W. Roesser 10830 Fox Hunt Lane, Potomac Age: 60 Incumbent

Elected to the House of Delegates, 1986; member, Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee and Special Committee on Drug and Alcohol Abuse; former newspaper reporter, Suburban Record; member, Appalachian National Scenic Advisory Council, 1983-87; spearheaded establishment of Summer Stage in the Parks for Kids, Montgomery County Parks and Recreation Department; past president, Potomac Women's Republican Club and Montgomery County Federation of Republican Women; past vice president, Maryland Federation of Republican Women; founding member, Montgomery County Arts Council; member, area chambers of commerce and civic associations; former congressional liaison Assistant, U.S. Information Agency; BA, Trinity College, Washington, D.C.; graduate work, Catholic University; married; three children. William Wilson 9117 Cranford Dr., Potomac Age: 52

Director, Academy for Computer Training, Bowie State University; president/owner, Computer Technology, Inc., 1981-88; branch manager, Computer Science Corporation, 1977-80; cochairman, Bush for President (District 15), 1988; founder, Potomac Soccer Memorial Tournament; commissioner, Montgomery Soccer Inc.; vice president, Mid-County Citizens Association, 1989; committee chairman, Morris Animal Foundation; originator/director, Computer Space Camp for Kids; BS, business economics, University of South Carolina; married; twins graduated from Montgomery County Public Schools; organized Taxbusters Committee, 1990.