Lind Named Vp At Unc

Business people

March 23, 1992

Frederick Lind was recently named vice president, Marketing-Accessory/Engine Overhaul for Annapolis-based UNC Inc.

He will join UNC's corporate development department and direct the marketing and business development for Pacific Airmotive, Airwork and UNC Accessory Overhaul Group.

Previously Lind was president and CEO of Trident Plastics Inc., vice president, Engineering and Maintenance for PSA, vice president, engineering for Continental Airlines and vice president, maintenance for Eastern Airlines.


Joseph A. Conte, Dallas R. Evans, Vernon R. Tate and Wilfred T. Azar III recently joined Annapolis National Bank's board of directors.

Conte was Anne Arundel Trade Council's 1991 Business Leader and was one of the recipients of the 1991 Excellence in Business Award bestowed by the Anne Arundel Commercial and Industrial Association.

Evans, vice president of the family-owned Snow White Cleaners in Eastport, was recently selected chief executive officer of the Anne Arundel Community Action Agency.

Tate is chairman of Acu-Trac Inc., a data base management service company in Easton.

Azar is executive director of Empire Corp., a commercial real estate development and management corporation in Glen Burnie.


Robert E. Henel Jr. has been electedpresident and chief executive officer of Annapolis Bank and Trust.

Henel joined Annapolis Bank and Trust in 1989 as executive vice president and senior loan officer. His 20-year banking career includes Marine Midland Bank and Norstar Bank in Buffalo and Maryland National Bank, where he served as vice president.



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Lee-Warner Architects Inc. of Annapolis recently hired Victor K. Burbank as an associate.

Burbank, who was born in Madrid, Spain, is a U.S. citizen with education in Spain, the Canary Islands, Europe and the United States. He finished his undergraduate and graduate studies in architecture cum laude at the Universityof Maryland.

Burbank is working on Middle River Baptist Church inBaltimore and Liberty Baptist Church in Lisbon.


Linda Mathieu was appointed the Women's Business Ownership coordinator for the Southern Maryland Chapter of Service Corps of Retired Executives.

Mathieu is president of TEFRA Inc., an employee benefitadministration and consulting firm that works with successful businesses turning would-be tax dollars into savings through qualified retirement plans.

Her duties as coordinator will include facilitating workshops and seminars for women and reporting on activities to the Southern Maryland Chapter of SCORE and the Small Business Administration.


Annapolis-based UNC Inc. promoted Robert L. Pevenstein to senior vice president, finance and chief financial officer.

Pevenstein will be responsible for all the financial operations of UNC Inc. He has more than 18 years' experience in finance andaccounting as a CPA for Price Waterhouse and as chief financial officer for Radiation Systems Inc.


The GreaterAnnapolis Chamber of Commerce has announced the appointment of two directors at large for the Chamber's board of directors for 1992.

Terry Drake, of Laurance Clothing, and Jeffrey L. Jefferson, legislative agent for Baltimore Gas And Electric Co.'s Anne Arundel County andAnnapolis region, will each serve one-year terms, and will have the privileges of an elected member of the board.

Drake is president of the Annapolis Business Coalition and served on the Chamber BusinessDistrict Committee and various task forces.

Jefferson serves as county liaison between his company and community groups.


Annapolis Associated Architects Inc. has named Richard J. Storck as an associate in the firm.

Storck has 13 years of experience as a architect specializing in design development, contract documents and construction administration on health-care projects.

He has worked on medical planning and renovations for the National Institutes of Health, Georgetown University Hospital and the Columbia Hospital for Women.

Storck is working on the University of Maryland Medical System's new $58 million Homer Gudelsky Inpatient Building.


H. Martin Moore, a certified fund-raising executive and president of Gryphon Associates in Annapolis, was elected to the board of directors of the Maryland chapter of the National Society of Fund Raising Executives (NSFRE).

Moore serves as pro bono fund-raising counsel to Shooting Back, a Washington-based program to encourage inner-city youths to become involved with photography.

The program is sponsored by the Capital chapter of NSFRE.

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