After seven years of service to the District of Columbia Housing Authority, its employees, and its customers, Commissioner M. Clarence Mobley stepped down from his position on the board.

The DCHA Board of Commissioners thanked him for his years of service and honored him with a proclamation on June 14.

“His service has been consistent and enthusiastic,” Board Chairman Terri Thompson said as she read the plaque. “Commissioner Mobley has demonstrated his dedication to the improvement of life for all DCHA residents.”

Mobley was first appointed by Mayor Adrian Fenty in July 2010 and reappointed by Mayor Vincent Gray. He served as a member of the Committee on Education and the Committee on Development and Modernization.

A licensed architect in five states and the District of Columbia, Mobley founded his firm, Clarence Mobley Associates, P.C. Architects and Engineers; and he is an esteemed member of the D.C. Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects.

Mobley is also a veteran of the Vietnam War and a volunteer teacher at Anacostia High School and John Hayden Johnson Middle School.

“The DCHA Board of Commissioners hereby, through adoption of this proclamation, expresses its sincere thanks for the service of Commissioner M. Clarence Mobley and for his commitment to the District of Columbia Housing Authority,” Thompson said.


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