|William P. Hankowsky|
William P. Hankowsky has served as a trustee of the trust since May 2003. Mr. Hankowsky joined the company on January 1, 2001 as executive vice president and chief investment officer and was promoted to the position of president on March 12, 2002. Mr. Hankowsky became the chief executive officer of the trust on January 21, 2003 and chairman on June 10, 2003. Prior to joining the trust, Mr. Hankowsky served as president of the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation ("PIDC") from 1989 through 2000. As the chief executive officer of PIDC, he oversaw the City of Philadelphia's economic development agency. Prior to that time, Mr. Hankowsky served as an executive with a variety of economic development projects and agencies. Mr. Hankowsky serves on the boards of a variety of not-for-profit entities.
|Frederick F. Buchholz|
Frederick F. Buchholz has served as a trustee of the trust since June 1994. Mr. Buchholz was with Lend Lease Real Estate Investments or its predecessors from 1968, until retiring in June 1998. Since his retirement, Mr. Buchholz has served as an independent real estate consultant. He was appointed a senior vice president of Equitable Real Estate in December 1990 and executive vice president in 1992. At various times, Mr. Buchholz was also the officer in charge of Equitable Real Estate's New York and Washington, D.C. regional offices. Prior to his retirement, Mr. Buchholz was the officer in charge of the Lend Lease Philadelphia region, supervising new business, asset management and restructuring/workout activities on behalf of a total mortgage and equity portfolio exceeding $2.5 billion. Mr. Buchholz is a member of the Appraisal Institute and is a member of the Investment Review Committee of the Delaware Valley Real Estate Investment Fund, L.P.
|Thomas C. DeLoach, Jr.|
Thomas C. DeLoach, Jr. has served as a trustee of the trust since May 1999. Mr. DeLoach served as an executive vice president of Mobil Oil Corporation and the president of Global Midstream, both wholly owned subsidiaries of Mobil Corporation (now Exxon Mobil Corporation), a global energy company, prior to his retirement in March 2000. Mr. DeLoach joined Mobil Corporation in 1969 as a chemical engineer and advanced through various positions in manufacturing, marketing, planning and supply. From December 1994 until his election as president of Global Midstream, Mr. DeLoach served as chief financial officer and senior vice president of Mobil Corporation and Mobil Oil Corporation. From 1991 until his retirement in 2000, Mr. DeLoach served as a director of Mobil Oil Corporation. Mr. DeLoach was a partner in Penske Racing, LLC from 2000 until 2002 and has been the managing partner of PIT Instruction & Training, LLC since 2003 and Red Horse Racing II, LLC since 2005. Mr. DeLoach is also a member of the board of directors of Asbury Automotive Group (NYSE:ABG), and serves as its lead director and on its executive, audit, and finance and risk committees.
Katherine E. Dietze (Wendy) joined Liberty's board of trustees in January, 2011. Ms. Dietze spent over 20 years in the financial services industry prior to her retirement in 2005. Among her roles in the industry was Global Chief Operating Officer for Credit Suisse First Boston, Managing Director - Credit Suisse First Boston's Telecommunications Group, and Co-Head - Telecommunications Group at Salomon Brothers Inc. Ms. Dietze is a member of the board of directors of Cowen Group, Inc. and a member of the board of directors and Finance Committee chair of Matthews International Corporation. She is also on the boards of the New York State Council for the Humanities and the Foreign Policy Association.
|Daniel P. Garton|
Daniel P. Garton has served as a trustee of the trust since December 2001. Mr.Garton serves as president and chief executive officer of American Eagle Airlines. As such, Mr. Garton oversees one of the world's largest regional airlines. Mr. Garton returned to American Eagle in 2010 following 12 years with American Airlines, most recently as executive vice president-marketing, a role in which he was reponsible for activities with respect to reservations, flight service, sales, its travel awards program, advertising and corporate communications. Previously, Mr. Garton held senior positions at American Airlines in operations and finance, and served as president of American Eagle Airlines for three years beginning in 1995.
|M. Leanne Lachman|
Leanne Lachman has served as a trustee of the trust since June 1994. Ms. Lachman is the president of Lachman Associates, L.L.C., a real estate consulting firm. Until October 2003, Ms. Lachman was a managing director of Lend Lease Real Estate Investments, a pension fund advisor. Ms. Lachman has specialized in real estate investment management for institutions since 1987. Prior to her employment with Lend Lease, Ms. Lachman served as a managing director for Boston Financial and Schroder Real Estate Associates. Ms. Lachman is a director of Lincoln National Corporation and Lincoln Life & Annuity of New York, a subsidiary of Lincoln National Corporation. Additionally Ms. Lachman is an executive-in-residence at Columbia Business School.
|David L. Lingerfelt|
David L. Lingerfelt has served as a trustee of the trust since May 1995. Mr. Lingerfelt is of counsel to the firm of Parker, Pollard, Wilton and Peaden, PC. Until 2008, Mr. Lingerfelt was vice president and commercial counsel for the exchange subsidiary of the LandAmerica Financial Group and director of its Reverse Exchange Division. Prior to joining LandAmerica, Mr. Lingerfelt served as director of property administration and counsel for Best Products Co., Inc., and was a partner in the Virginia law firm of Coates Davenport.
|Stephen B. Siegel|
Stephen B. Siegel has served as a trustee of the trust since May 1995. Mr. Siegel is chairman of Global Brokerage Services of CB Richard Ellis, one of the world's premier full service real estate companies. Prior to its merger with CB Richard Ellis, Mr. Siegel was the chairman and chief executive officer of Insignia/ESG, Inc., one of the premier commercial real estate companies in the United States, with significant international operations in the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia and Latin America. Mr. Siegel became the president and chief executive officer of Insignia/ESG, Inc.'s predecessor company, Edward S. Gordon Company (ESG), in 1992. Prior to joining ESG, Mr. Siegel spent more than 27 years at Cushman Wakefield, ascending to chief executive officer. Mr. Siegel left Cushman Wakefield in late 1988 and entered a joint venture with the Chubb Corporation where he worked for several years to develop and acquire investment-grade office buildings throughout the United States. Mr. Siegel is also involved in a number of charitable and civic affairs. He is the general chairman of the Association for the Help of Retarded Children. He is also chairman of the YMCA's capital campaign. In addition, Mr. Siegel is a board member for both the City Center 55th Street Theater Foundation and the Greater New York Council of the Boy Scouts of America, and he serves as vice chairman of the board of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.
|Stephen D. Steinour|
Stephen D. Steinour has served as a trustee of the trust since February, 2010. Mr. Steinour is chairman, president, and chief executive officer of Huntington Bancshares, Incorporated, a $53 billion regional bank holding company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. With more than 30 years of banking experience, he previously served as president and chief executive officer of Citizens Financial Group. During his 16 years there Steinour was responsible for areas such as credit, risk management, wholesale and regional banking, consumer lending, technology, and operations, among others. Steinour also held positions with Fleet Financial Group, the Bank of New England and the FDIC.
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