Rotary Members Bios


Chester Hobbs

Chester Hobbs serves as President of Bodie, Dolina, Hobbs, Friddell, and Grenzer, P.C. and manages the Estate Planning, Estate and Trust Administration, and Bankruptcy departments of the firm. He also regularly advises clients regarding the establishment of business entities, including corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships. He represents businesses and individuals in estate planning and business continuation issues, as well as representing individuals and businesses in bankruptcy and credit workout situations. He frequently drafts Deeds to transfer real property when related to his other practice areas. In addition, he is a recognized title agent for Chicago Title Company, and is also a certified mediator for the Orphans’ Court for Baltimore County.

Chester graduated from the University of Baltimore in 1987, receiving a Juris Doctorate Degree and was admitted to the Maryland Bar in 1987 and the District of Columbia Bar in 1988. Mr. Hobbs also received an LLM Degree in Taxation from the University of Baltimore in December of 2003.

From 1990 to 2003, Chester was a member of the faculty of Stevenson University (formerly Villa Julie College) in the Paralegal Department. He has lectured at seminars sponsored by the National Business Institute and has been a guest speaker at numerous educational events sponsored by accountants and financial planners in and around Baltimore. Mr. Hobbs frequently appeared as a guest on the Savvi Investor radio and television series.

He received the 10-year pro bono award from the Maryland Volunteer Lawyer Service and is a member of the Chesapeake Planned Giving Council, the Maryland Estate Planning Council and previously served on the Board of Directors of the Kennedy Krieger Planned Giving Council, and currently serves on the Board of the Baltimore Estate Planning Council. He has also served as Chairperson of the Estates and Trusts Section of the Baltimore County Bar Association.


  • 2015 Chester H. Hobbs, IV, was named as the Pro Bono Attorney of the Year from the Baltimore County Bar Association.

  • 2015 Chester H. Hobbs, IV, was inducted into the Baltimore County Foundation’s Professional Advisor Recognition Society

  • 2015 Client Distinction Award from

  • 2011-2022 Maryland Super Lawyer from Maryland Super Lawyers

  • 2014 Certificate of Appreciation from the United States Bankruptcy Court

  • 2014 Nationally ranked Top 10 Attorney Award from National Academy for Bankruptcy Attorneys

  • 2014 Client Satisfaction Award from American Institute of Bankruptcy Attorneys AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell

  • 2013 MVLS 10 Year Recognition

  • 2013 Super Lawyer from Thomas Reuters

Personal Interests

  • When not practicing law, Chester enjoys playing golf and tennis, cycling, hiking, skiing, and playing guitar.


Jenette Young

Jenette Young is a business leader who promotes positive community relations, quality client outcomes and economic growth in the home healthcare arena. She is a graduate of Loyola College in Maryland (now Loyola University) with a degree in Business Administration. She started her career at Loyola as Assistant to the Director of Admissions. Her primary responsibilities included the recruitment of qualified applicants and development of programs for undergraduate admissions.

Two years later, Jenette accepted a position with Giant Food, Inc. of Landover, Maryland. She excelled at Giant in the areas of Operations, Merchandising and Sales. Jenette was the first African American Woman Store Manager in the Baltimore market. She was promoted to Center of Store Merchandising and then to Regional Market Manager for Giant Bake Shop. Jenette’s perseverance and commitment to succeed resulted in favorable increases in sales and profits across Giant.

Jenette is the President/Owner of ComForCare Home Care Services of Randallstown, Maryland as well as Towson, Maryland. Jenette and her team provide services to persons in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County. Her company satisfies the personal care and companionship needs of the senior adult community and also specializes in meeting the needs of the ill and those recovering from post-operative surgeries. Jenette began her business in 2009 – during a challenging economy and competitive industry for families and staff. Yet, Jenette’s leadership has resulted in capturing increases in client base and profits year after year.

Jenette is an officer on the Executive Board of the Edrich Manor Homeowners Association and a Trustee Board Member of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of the Greater DC-Maryland Chapter. She is Past-President (Year 2021-2022) of the Rotary Club of Towsontowne. Jenette is a member of the Greater Baltimore Chamber of Commerce (formerly the Pikeville, Owings Mills Chamber of Commerce), a member of the New Psalmist Baptist Church, the Security/Woodlawn Business Association as well as the Women in Business Club of the Baltimore Center Club. Jenette’s most recent position is Board President of the Greater Maryland Alzheimer’s Association.


  • Mentor the Year Award

  • Team Building Award

  • Leadership Award

  • Smart CEO Brava Award

  • Baltimore City Top 100 Minority Business Executive

  • MyCity4Her Award

  • Multiple Sclerosis Top Corporate Fundraiser Award

  • 2017 Spirited Women Entrepreneurship Award

Personal Interests

  • Jenette is a results-oriented and exhibits great energy, a warm personality and a genuine heart for the well-being of others.
  • She takes pride in planning and executing events for business, the community and for family and friends.
  • She enjoys gardening and home decorating as forms of relaxation. Jenette loves helping others.


Patricia Haw

Patricia Haw has been a long time resident of Baltimore, Maryland. A graduate of Loyola University and Johns Hopkins University, Patty owns her business, Senior Care Partners.  In addition to the Rotary Club of Towsontowne, she is involved in many community organizations including Baltimore County Provider Council.

Personal Interests

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