"Successful Marketing Principles" Seminar
Cheboksary, Russia
13-17 September 2004

Pictured left to right:

Peter S. Brunstetter

Peter S. Brunstetter is Deputy Managing Partner and a member of the Executive Committee of the law firm of Kilpatrick Stockton LLP, a 500 lawyer international law firm. He received his Batchelor of Arts degree from Tulane University in 1977 and his Juris Doctorate. from the University of Virginia in 1984. His law practice includes corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, health care and health care transactions. He has been active in local politics since 1991, and serves on many community boards and commissions. Mr. Brunstetter served on active duty in the United States Navy from 1977 to 1981, but resigned his commission from the Naval Reserve in 1990, with the rank of Lieutenant Commander. Pete and his wife, Jodie, have four children.

Alan Cole

A native of Hickory, North Carolina, Alan holds a BA in Business from Lenoir-Ryne College, and had been involved in the furniture industry since 1972. He has held positions of increasing responsibility with Burris Furniture, Broyhill, and Berkline. His most recent prior position entailed leading one of the largest manufacturers and marketers of home furnishings in the U.S. with annual sales exceeding US $2.0 billion. He is currently Chief Operating Officer (COO) for Schnadig Corp, a closely held US based furniture company. Alan and his wife Patti have three children.

Ken Farrington

A lifelong resident of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Kenís educational background is in Business Administration with an emphasis on accounting. He and his brother have been successfully involved in a family run business for the past 28 years. Ken serves on the Board of Directors for three local non-profit corporations. He and his wife Sue have four grown children and nine grandchildren

Linwood D. Lewis, Jr.

Mr. Lewis is presently Senior VP of Corporate Sales & Marketing for B/E Aerospace, for whom he has worked since 2000. From 1998 through 2000, Linwood served as Senior VP & General Partner with the AeroEquity Group, an aviation investment company. Prior to AeroEquity, he was associated with the GE Company from 1996 until 1998, serving as VP of Operations and Engineering for a joint venture between GE and the government of Indonesia. From 1987 through 1996, He served as Manager of Quality Operations for GE Aircraft Engine Servicesí global locations, Director of Global Sales & Marketing for GE Aircraft Engine Services, Operations General Manager for GE Aircraft Engine Services, and Senior VP of Operations for the Stevens Aviation Corporation. Mr. Lewis also held positions of increasing responsibility from 1972 through 1987 in profit and loss operations, manufacturing, sales & marketing, business development and quality assurance in four different GE business groups. A native of the state of Arkansas, Mr. Lewis holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Mathematics from Ouachita Baptist University, and Industrial Engineering from the University of Arkansas. He completed his International Business Studies at INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France, as a part of the GE executive development curriculum. Linwood and his wife, Laura have two adult sons. He plays trombone in his church orchestra, enjoys golf and is an avid collector of miniature fire engines.


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