John Apostol, first full-time mayor of Annapolis, dead at 79

Former Annapolis Mayor John Apostol, who was the city’s first full-time mayor and held the office for two terms, died of a brain cancer Wednesday at his family’s home in Georgia. A native Annapolitan who served between 1973 and 1981, Apostol died in Evans, where he lived with his family, after spending several days on hospice. He was 79. Apostol was elected at age 35, an accountant who was the first to hold the job as a full-time position after the City Council voted to change it in 1972. (Capital)

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