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Steve Cades and his wife, Linda, moved to Londonderry in September 2020. He grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the Germantown/Mt. Airy section. Putting himself through college, he received his bachelor’s degree at Rutgers University in New Jersey and later earned his Masters and Doctorate degrees in sociology.

Steve became a teacher, and his first position was at Catholic University in Washington, D.C., where he taught for five years before being recruited by Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, to teach in the Sociology and Anthropology Department. In his thirty years there, he grew the department, which he chaired, and became a full professor. He retired in 2008, but was brought back in 2010 to be Acting Associate Dean during a period of transition for the college.

Steve married his wife, Linda, in 1968. Together, they have two sons, Aaron and Michael. The family also includes two handsome cats, Lila and Merlin. Being a “fixer,” he requires a workbench wherever they live. Steve did the maintenance on his family’s old one-hundred-year-old house in Kennedyville, north of Chestertown. In his retirement, Steve’s particular pleasure has been to sing with the Chester River Chorale, where he has also been a member of a smaller auditioned chorus and a member of the board.