CCBC board elects lawyer as chairman


Baltimore attorney Thomas M. Lingan has been elected chairman of the board of trustees at the Community College of Baltimore County.

Lingan, of Catonsville, was appointed to the board in 1997 and has served as vice chairman for five years. He is a partner in Venable LLP.

He replaces Francis X. Kelly Jr.,who held the leadership post for nine years.

The college also named Eugenia Proulx, president of the school's Dundalk and Essex campuses, as interim chancellor.

Proulx will replace Irving Pressley McPhail, who is leaving the post today to pursue other opportunities. A committee is searching for a permanent replacement.

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