Catoctin District Supervisor Geary M. Higgins
John G. Lewis Memorial Bridge - July 2015
Catoctin District Newsletter
Geary M. Higgins,
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P.O. Box 7000
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Supervisor Geary M. Higgins
Geary M. Higgins was elected to represent the Catoctin District on the Board of Supervisors in November 2011 and re-elected in 2015. He serves as Co-Chair of the Joint Board of Supervisors - School Board Committee and is a member of the Board's
Transportation and Land Use Committee. He represents Loudoun County on the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments' (COG) Human Services and Public Safety Committee, the Potomac Watershed Roundtable and serves as the Board's representative on the Loudoun County Agricultural District Advisory Committee and the Annexation Area Development Policy Committee.
He is the Vice President of Labor Relations for NECA, Inc. in Bethesda, Maryland. In that capacity, he serves on numerous industry-related educational and training boards and as a healthcare and pension trustee. He is also an arbitrator for the Industrial Relations Council.
He served as the Catoctin Representative on the Loudoun County School Board from 2000 to 2004 and was the Chairman of the Personnel Services Committee. He also served on the Discipline Committee and the Legislative and Policy Committee.
A graduate of Clarion University in Clarion, Pennsylvania, he received a Business Administration degree, with a double major in management and marketing. He attended college on an athletic scholarship for wrestling.
He has been a Board Member for the Loudoun Museum since 1998. He has served as the Vice President, Treasurer and as Chairman of the Education Committee.
He was born in Baltimore and grew up in Montgomery County, Maryland. He and his wife Gail moved to Loudoun County in 1977 and live near Waterford. They are members of the Hamilton Baptist Church. They have three daughters who graduated from Loudoun Valley High School - Melissa, Megan, and Molly. They have three grandsons: Noah, Nathan and Marshall.