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Commission on Aging - Membership

The Commission on Aging consists of no fewer than 18 members appointed by the County Executive, subject to confirmation by the County Council.  Members must be county residents of whom a majority shall be age 60 and older.  Members include those who participate in or who are eligible to participate in programs under the Older Americans  Act; local elected officials or their designees, individuals who are or who have been active in government, business, industry, labor, community service, religious, social services, education, the professions; and representatives of major organizations or agencies concerned with aging.

Commission on Aging 

  • Noelle Heyman, Chair                                             
  • Isabelle Schoenfeld, First Chair
  • Rudolph Oswald, Second Vice Chair
  • Stephanie Edelstein, Secretary
  • Revathi Vikram, Treasurer
  • Helen Abrahams
  • Amoke Alakoye
  • Noureen Chochan
  • Paul Del Ponte
  • David Denton
  • Tamara Duell
  • Morton Faller
  • Georgia S. Guenther
  • John Honig
  • Richard Jourdenais
  • Charles Kauffman 
  • Miriam Kelty
  • Bonnie Klem
  • Judith Levy
  • Karen Maricheau
  • Jerry Morenoff
  • Barbara Mulitz
  • Douglas Newton
  • Judith Peres
  • Mary Petrizzo
  • Hileia Seeger
  • Grace Whipple
  • Syed Yusuf

‚ÄčDepartment of Health & Human Services representation:

  • John J. Kenney, Chief, Aging & Disability Services
  • Odile Brunetto, Director, Area Agency on Aging
  • Tremayne Jones, Office Services Coordinator 

Commission on Aging
401 Hungerford Drive
Rockville, Maryland 20850
240 777-1120


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