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Roger H. Willard Scholarship Program

John H. Marburger, Jr.

Mr. Marburger retired as Director of Public Works and Transportation for Prince George’s County Maryland in 1974, after 24 years of service with the county.  That year he was presented with a Governor’s Citation and was appointed by the governor to the position of Chairman of the State Transportation Professional Services Selection Board.  He resigned from that board in 1979.

Mr. Marburger was a life member and fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers, a life member of the County Engineers Association of Maryland, the APWA, and the American Road and Transportation Builder’s Association.  He served as president of the Engineering Society of Baltimore in 1985-1986, Chairman of the Baltimore Public Works Museum 1985-1986, President of the Potomac Chapter of the Maryland Society of Professional Engineers 1962-1963, President of the County Engineers Association of Maryland 1962.  He was a member of the Washington Suburban Transit Commission 1965-1972, and President of the Prevailing Wage Board for Prince George’s County, Maryland.  He was selected as one of the Top Ten Men of the Year by the APWA in 1970.  That same year he was presented with the Distinguished Citizen’s Award by the State of Maryland.

Mr. Marburger was a registered professional engineer in both Maryland and the District of Columbia.  He was a graduate of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and attended the University of Maryland, New York University, and George Washington University.  He was married for 50 years to the late Virginia Smith Marburger.  John H. Marburger, Jr. died March 11, 1989 at the age of 79.

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