Class of 1966
from HHS, Lenny attended the
on a lacrosse scholarship. After graduation from
, he attended the University of Baltimore Law School and obtained his
Juris Doctor degree in 1973.
He spent his first 5 years after law school as a prosecutor in
. He continues to practice law as a criminal defense attorney.
During his free time
after U of Md, he played 15 years in the US Club Lacrosse Association.
He also started lacrosse in southern
and is known as the "God Father of Lacrosse" in his native
He currently serves
as president of SMYLA, geographically, the largest youth lacrosse league
in US. As a result of his many honors as a player, coach and youth
administrator, in 2006, Lenny was inducted into the U.S. Lacrosse
Potomac Chapter Hall of Fame.
He lives with his
wife, Erna, in
He has two children and 4 grandchildren. He also still plays lacrosse on
the Master's level.