For Immediate Release
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Pepco Region President, Thomas H. Graham has been named one of the influential Marylanders in 2013 by the Daily Record newspaper.
The Daily Record reports on commerce, finance, law, business, construction and real estate, with a focus on Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Influential Marylanders was created in 2006 to honor individuals who have made a significant impact in their fields and are influential leaders in Maryland.
"It has been my privilege to work with Maryland's elected leaders and government officials in the realm of energy technology" said Thomas H. Graham. "Maryland's leadership is forward thinking in providing a sustainable energy future for its citizens, and it's an honor as Pepco Region President to play a role in that effort."
The editorial staff chose 50 honorees from 10 categories. Mr. Graham as one of the five winners in the "Technology" category saying, "Many Marylanders have played an important role in the state's impressive growth in recent years. Some have had more influence than others because of the prominence of their roles, activities and community involvement. You (Thomas Graham) are one of those people."
The influential Marylanders will be honored tonight, Thursday, March 21 at the Grand Lodge located at 304 International Circle, Cockeysville, Maryland. Other notables to be honored with Mr. Graham are Ray Lewis of the NFL Baltimore Ravens, and trial attorney Peter Angelos, majority owner of the Baltimore Orioles.
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