The United Fund of Talbot County (UFTC) announced the unanimous election of Glenn D. Klakring and Ronald B. Lee as new members to its governing board, Class of 2015, at a recent board of directors meeting. Fellow United Fund board members with whom they will serve include Joe Anthony, Zuleika Ghodsi, Jane Kasper, Chuck Mangold, Jr., Mike Menzies, Al Silverstein, Leslie Stevenson, Marie U’Ren and Jim Vermilye.
Glenn D. Klakring represents clients in various areas of Law, as Assistant Public Defender in the Maryland Office of the Public Defender. He is a graduate of George Washington University with both BBA and MBA degrees, as well as a JD from Georgetown University Law Center. His community involvement includes serving as a member of the Town of Easton Ethics Commission, on the Ethics Committee of the Maryland State Bar Association, as well as on the United Fund Agency Review Committee. Glenn is also a past board member and Treasurer of the Talbot County YMCA, is a Pilot for East Coast Flight Services in Easton, and has been designated Pilot Examiner by the Federal Aviation Administration. He resides in Easton with his wife, Nelsa.
Ron Lee is a returning director to the United Fund. He is a principal of the Armistead, Griswold, Lee & Rust law firm in Easton. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from Pennsylvania State University and graduated with honors from the University of Maryland School of Law. Active in the community, he is a past chairman of the Talbot County Chamber of Commerce and member of its Board of Directors and Talbot Chamber Education Foundation. He has served as a board member the Human Capital Development Corporation, the Maryland State Chamber of Commerce, the Maryland Bar Association Real Estate Section Council, and Easton Rotary Club. He was also a member of the inaugural class of Shore Leadership. He and his wife, Constance, live in Easton with their daughters Harper and Halle.