Deacon Wolf to head Archbishop Curley High School board


By Catholic Review Staff

Deacon Martin Wolf, a 1976 graduate of Archbishop Curley High School, has been named chairman of the Baltimore school’s board.

“My years as a student at Curley remain some of the most important and cherished times of my life,” Deacon Wolf said in a statement. “It is great joy for me to have the opportunity to remain a part of Archbishop Curley.” 

Wolf, who was named Ideal Curley Man of the Year in 1976, takes the helm from Gary Michael, a 1971 Archbishop Curley alumnus. 

Deacon Wolf, who was ordained by Cardinal William H. Keeler in 2005, is a deacon at St. Margaret, Bel Air.  

He ministers to inmates in Baltimore city and volunteers as a Catholic chaplain for the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services Metropolitan Transition Center in Baltimore.

Deacon Wolf is also a partner and litigator with Gordon and Wolf, Chartered, a Towson-based law firm. 

Copyright (c) Sept. 4, 2012 


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