- Board Chair
A native Marylander. Born in Baltimore and raised in Baltimore County. Graduated from the University of Maryland Medical School in 1979 and completed a residency in Family Practice in 1982 at Andrews AFB. Spent 8 years on active duty with the United States Air Force as a Family Physician, 1979-1987. Returned to Maryland in 1987 and practiced medicine in Charles County for 3 years. Moved to Annapolis in 1990 to work as a family physician for Johns Hopkins and did that until 2014. I was hired to be the Medical Director of Primary Care for Anne Arundel Medical Center in 2014, supervising primary care offices in 4 counties. I returned to full time primary care in April 2018, and I am still actively practicing in Pasadena, MD as an employee of the Anne Arundel Medical Center. I have had a lifelong interest in science and got my start in electronics from my father who taught that subject for the US Army. That background and my love of history led me to become a radio collector and historian. I became involved with the NCRTV Museum at its inception as a member and one of the first docents. I was elected to the board of the museum in June 2015, and became the chair of the board in January 2018. I currently live in Arnold, MD. I am married and I have one daughter and 2 grandchildren.