From the Office of Gov. Martin O’Malley:
Governor Martin O’Malley today announced appointments to the Harford and Somerset County Boards of Education. The Governor appointed Mr. Robert Frisch and Mr. Rick Grambo to the Harford County Board of Education to fill the vacancies created by the resignation of two members. Frisch and Grambo were elected to the Board in November; however, their terms do not begin until July 1, 2011. Additionally, Margo Green-Gale was appointed to fill the vacancy on the Somerset County Board of Education following the passing of a member. Her term begins on January 1, 2011.
“I am proud to announce the appointments of three well-qualified individuals who have been chosen by the people in their Districts to help build on the progress we have made for our number-one ranked public schools,” said Governor O’Malley. “I’d like to commend them for having the courage to step up and serve in the toughest of times. With their hard work and dedication, we will continue to give our children the tools they need to build a better future.”
Harford County Board of Education
Rick Grambo is a 37-year Harford County resident with two young children, one of whom attends North Harford Elementary. Mr. Grambo, an electrical engineer and project manager with Pritchard Brown in Baltimore, has been a trade school instructor in Baltimore County. He represents District D which encompasses the North Harford area.
Robert Frisch is a 47-year Harford County resident with two sons who attended Joppatowne Elementary and Magnolia Middle School. He is a former Baltimore City police officer, who currently teaches in Baltimore County. Mr. Frisch represents District A which encompasses the Edgewood and
Somerset County Board of Education
Margo Green-Gale is a Crisfield resident and a former teacher of 44 years. She is currently a Crisfield Housing Authority commissioner and a former member of the Eastern Shore Area Health Education Center Board of Directors. Ms. Green-Gale has also served on the 2008 Crisfield Strategic Revitalization Plan Committee. She is a 45-year member of the NAACP. Ms. Green-Gale represents District 5 which encompasses the City of Crisfield and surrounding areas, as well as the three communities on Smith Island.