Richard slutzky

Richard C. Slutzky is a member of both the Maryland, USA and National Wrestling Halls of Fame. Wrestling for Syracuse University in 1963, he won fourth place in the NCAA Wrestling Tournament. The following year he placed second, losing in the finals against Gordon Hassman [1]

Slutzky was born in St Louis, Missouri, attended elementary school in California, USA, and secondary school in Plainedge, New York. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Syracuse University. Councilman Slutzky served as a Private First Class in the USMCR.

Richard C. Slutzky spent several years teaching and coaching at the university level before beginning his thirty-one year career as a teacher and coach at Aberdeen High School. His contributions to the sport of wrestling resulted in his induction into both the Maryland and National Wrestling Halls of Fame and appointment to the State Board of Directors of the Maryland Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.[2]

Richard C. Slutzky is currently a Council Member of Harford County, MD District E which includes: Aberdeen, MD, Churchville, and Fountain Green. He was elected in 2002 and re-elected in 2006.

As a member of the Harford County Council, Councilman Slutzky serves as Liaison to the Board of Education and Chairman of the Adequate Public Facilities Board. His hobbies include athletics, gardening and the study of Native American history and culture.

Councilman Slutzky is married to Linda and they have three sons who reside with their families in Harford County, MD.[3]

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