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Perry Hall woman recognized for 50 years of service to Girl Scouts

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UPDATE: Gladys Friedel has passed away.

Original story below…


PERRY HALL, MD—A Perry Hall woman has been recognized for 50 years of service to the community.

On Tuesday evening, Delegate Joe Boteler and Councilman David Marks recognized Gladys Friedel for a half-century of service to the Girl Scouts of America.

Friedel has served as a mentor to thousands of Girl Scouts in northeastern Baltimore County. She is also a past recipient of the Citizen of the Year award from the Perry Hall Improvement Association.

She also was a Cub Scout leader and trainer, School Board President at St. Joseph School in Fullerton, and her husband and oldest son were both police officers with the Maryland State Police.

She was recognized on Tuesday night at Columbus Gardens in Nottingham.

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