William Pennington Snavely, American administrator mental retardation facility. Named Maryland.'s Most Valuable Administrator/Official, 1992; recipient Elaine Pederson award, 1988. Member of American Association Mental Deficiency, National Association Social Workers, Eastern Shore Development Disabilities consortium, National Association Development Disabilities Managers, International Platform Association.
Director Tri County Geriatric Evaluation Service, Easton, Maryland, 1974—1976. Social work consultant House in the Pines, 1975—1977. Director community services Holly Center, Salisbury, since 1976.
Member Governor's Committee to Promote Employment Handicapped, 1979—1980, Maryland Social Work Classification and Job Specification Task Force, 1979—1980. Vice president Delmarva Institute Development, Disabilities, 1990—1992. Member advisory board Eastern Shore Respite Care Program, since 1980.
Member profl.adv. board Epilepsy Association Maryland, since 1984. Member Intensive Behavior Unit-Alternate Living Unit Administrative Board Maryland Eastern Shore, since 1984. Member state advisory board United Cerebral Palsy Maryland, 1979—1980.