Harford’s Capt’n Jim McMahan Honored as Outstanding Veteran Volunteer

Serving Those Who Served Our Country panel from left to right: Senator Waugh, Delegate Young, Councilman McMahan, Robert Brown, Dana Hendrickson
Recent MACo Conference Panel “Serving Those Who Served Our Country”
moderated by then Council Member McMahan, at the lectern

Longtime MACo favorite Capt’n Jim McMahan, former Council Member in Harford County, receives a statewide honor from the Daughters of the American Revolution for his continued service.

Former Council Member Jim McMahan (Capt’n Jim to everyone) has been honored for his longtime volunteer work to serve veterans. The honor was bestowed by the Maryland State Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

From coverage in the Harford Aegis (operated through the Baltimore Sun):

The Governor William Paca Chapter NSDAR, nominated McMahan, also known as “Capt’n Jim,” a nickname given to him during his radio talk show days, for volunteering thousands of hours to honor and improve the lives of veterans, servicemen and women over the past several decades.

Join MACo in congratulating the always effervescent Cap’n Jim, for this well-earned commendation!

Michael Sanderson

Executive Director Maryland Association of Counties