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JOHN A. LUETKEMEYER, Treasurer
John A. Luetkemeyer was born in Cleveland, Ohio, the son of Julia
Lueke and Gustave William Luetkemeyer, on February 12, 1910. He
attended Hill School, Pottstown, Pa., Harvard University (A.B., 1933),
and the Harvard Law School. During World War II, he served with
the U. S. Marine Corps as a bomb disposal expert from June 1942 to
December 1945, being discharged with the rank of Major. He is a
holder of the Purple Heart. He is the Chairman of the Board and a
director of The Equitable Trust Company and a director of The
Savings Bank of Baltimore. He also holds other corporate director-
ships and has served on other civic and State boards. He is a trustee
and treasurer of Calvert School, Church Home and Hospital, Ever-
green House Foundation, and is Vice President of the Boards of
Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital and the Church Home and Hos-
pital. He is the President of the Board of Goucher College.
Mr. Luetkemeyer was elected Treasurer of Maryland in 1963, suc-
ceeding Hooper Steele Miles.
He is married to the former Anne Austin McLanahan and has three
children. He is a member of the Merchants Club, Maryland Club,
Twelve-Thirty Club, Center Club, Harvard Club of Maryland, Elkridge
Club, and Bachelors Cotillon.
C. STANLEY BLAIR, Secretary of State
C. Stanley Blair was born in Kingsville, Baltimore County, on
December 20, 1927. He was educated in the public schools of Balti-
more County, University of Maryland (B.S., 1951), and University of
Maryland Law School (LL.B., 1953).
In 1945, he enlisted in the United States' Maritime Service and
served for three years. Following his graduation from law school, he
entered the United States Army and served three years on active
duty. Having entered the United States Army Reserve as a private,
he was later discharged as a Captain.
Since 1956, Mr. Blair has engaged in the private practice of law.
He is a partner in the law firm of Cameron, Close, Reed & Blair in
Bel Air. From 1959 to 1963, he served as Secretary-Treasurer of the
Harford County Metropolitan Commission. In 1962 he was elected to
the House of Delegates where he served until 1967. While he was a
member of the House of Delegates from Harford County, he served
as a member of the Ways and Means Committee. Governor Agnew
appointed him Secretary of State of Maryland in January 1967.
Mr. Blair married the former Opal L. Whiteford. He resides in
Whiteford, Maryland.

 
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