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Matthew Mark Lampe

Matthew Mark Lampe, American municipal building official. Board directors, treasurer Washington Trust for Historic Preservation, Olympia, since 1984; member Allied Arts, Seattle, since 1984; founder Drug Help Inc., Ann Arbor, 1970-1975, Free Peoples Clinic Inc., Ann Arbor, 1970-1973. Member American Society Public Administration.

Background

Lampe, Matthew Mark was born on April 30, 1951 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. Son of Isadore and Rae Ethel (White) Lampe.

Education

Bachelor, University Michigan, 1973. Master in Public Administration, University Michigan, 1976.

Career

Director community center Ann Arbor Community Coalition, 1971-1973. Associate substance abuse coordinator Washtenaw County CMHC, Ann Arbor, 1971-1975, coordinator emergency services, 1974-1977. Director services to mentally ill Department Mental Health, Lansing, Michigan, 1977-1980.

Associate director Ypsilanti (Michigan) Regional Psychiatric Hospital, 1980-1983. Finance manager construction and land use department City of Seattle, 1983-1985, director construction inspection, since 1985. Consultant Gov's. Office, Lansing, 1976, American Pharmaceutical Association, Washington, 1972-1973.

Membership

Board directors, treasurer Washington Trust for Historic Preservation, Olympia, since 1984. Member Allied Arts, Seattle, since 1984. Founder Drug Help Inc., Ann Arbor, 1970-1975, Free Peoples Clinic Inc., Ann Arbor, 1970-1973.

Member American Society Public Administration.

Connections

Married Janet McIntosh, October 22, 1975 (divorced September 1979). Married Karen Marie Bean, July 21, 1983.