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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 13 -April 19, 2001 - 71 . )n. .pr .,.t. ) I;-,-t ,,,,;.a rT,rx,t., ,q q n, ERM founder and summer Rehoboth resident retires Paul H. Woodruff, who tbunded Environmental Resources Man- agement (ERM) 24 years ago, an- nounced his retirement as of April 1. He had served as the ERM Group chief executive officer from its founding until Jan. 1. Since that time he has served as chairman of the board of ERM Group Inc. Under Woodruff&apos;s guidance, ERM grew to become a ma- jor player in the environ- ' mental con- sulting indus- try. Woodruff started ERM from his li- Vary in his Westtowri, Pa. WOODRUFF home in October 1977. Today, ERM spans the globe with 2,400 professionals and support staff in 125 locations in 3"5 countries. ERM provides profesSional serv- ices, from air and water pollution control to hazardous and solid waste management, to private and public-sector clients in North America, South America, Europe,_ and Asia. Woodruff and his senior man- agement team have been working for a number of years on a plan to restructure ERM. The company announced April 2 that it had suc- cessfully concluded a $300 mil- lion refinancing plan, completed with the assistance of 3i, a Lon- don based publicly traded, inter- national, venture capital firm. The restructuring brings all the ERM companies under a single company with approximately half of the ownership held by employ- ees. The newly restructured com- pany's leaders are ERM veterans: Executive Chairman Dr. Robin Bidwell who was formerly re- sponsible for ERM's international offices; Peter R. Regan, the groups' new president and CEO and who formerly had responsi- bilities for the U.S. offices; and Dan Sevick, ERM's former finan- cial officer who will continue in a new capacity as commercial di- rector. Bidwell, Regan, Sevick and the groups' new chief financial offi- cer, Philip Keller, make up the in- side directors on the new board of ERM. Woodruff will join three other outside individuals on the board as a nonexecutive director. "This restructuring has trans- ferred leadership to the next gen- eration and positions the company to continue to expand its capabili- ty worldwide," said Woodruff. The world's exploding population and appetite for economic devel- opment will continue to create an increasing demand for ERM's services over the next several decades. "Only truly global organiza- tions, such as ERM, are going to be in a position to meet increas- ingly sophisticated needs for as- sistance with the environmental and risk management issues of multinational corporations and governments around the world. 1 am very excited about ERM's fu- ture and as a director, I am glad to be a continuing part of that fu- ture." Woodruff holds both a bachelor of science and a master of science Dinner Bell Inn plans open house April 15 The Dinner Bell Inn on Christian Street in Rehoboth Beach will hold an informal open house from 1-3 p.m. Easter Sunday, April 15. The public is invited to stop by and take a look at the improvements made over the past winter. The completely remodeled inn has been profes- sionally decorated to create a warm and comfortable atmosphere. Rooms and suites overlook the gardens, providifig guests a quiet oasis in downtown Rehoboth Beach. The inn opened for the 2001 season on Thursday, April 12. SAT., APRIL 21st 10:00 A.M. RAIN ()R SlliNI iil : .... : degree in civil engineering from Michigan State University. He has completed the program for management development at Har- vard Business School and is a diplomat of the American Acade- my of Environmental Engineers. He is a registered professional en- gineer in 13 states. In addition to his business re- sponsibilities, Woodruff has been active in numerous other profes- sional, community and business organizations. He has served as president of the Chester County, Pa. United Way and as general chairman of its annual fundraising campaign; president of the Cen- tral Chester County YMCA; pres- ident of the West Chester Rotary Club: chairman of the Brandy- wine Hospital's capital campaign for the trauma center; and a direc- tor of Core States Bank. For five years he headed a na- tional consortium of water quality experts to formulate a national water quality policy for the Unit- ed States. He has served as a trustee for the ERM Foundation since its formation in 1994 and is an elder in the Paoli Presbyterian Church. Speaking of his plans for post retirement, Woolruff said he plans to continue to be active in the community, as a trustee of the Franklin Institute, where he cur- rently heads the $50 mm capital campaign, redeveloping a marina in Michigan and developing a continuing-care-retirement com- munity in Exton. In addition he serves as an in- vestor/adviser to several business- es in the laboratory, laser and con- struction industries. He said he also plans to spend more time with his wife, the Rev. Dr. Marcia J. Woodruff, their five married children and 16 grandchildren. The Woodruffs will continue to reside at their home in the Malvern area and enjoy more time at their second home on the ocean near Rehoboth Beach. ERM is a global environmental, health and safety management and consulting organization of 2,400 specialists at more than 125 locations in 35 countries. Ser- vices provided to industry and government include air quality and hazardous waste manage- ment, compliance assurance, Brownfields services, and sustain- able development consulting. ERM provides state-of-the-art management consulting services including strategic environmental management, catastrophic risk as- sessment, environmental audits and environmental impact assess- ments, training, occupational health and safety, noise impact as- sessments, due diligence, public and community relations and pol- lution prevention. To learn more, visit the ERM website at Bookkeeping Service Computer or Manual Systems Monthly Bank Reconciliation Accounts Payable/Receivable Payroll and Payroll Taxes (302} 645-0233 New Business? No Problem System Set Up and Training Approximately 100 Boats, 25 New Evinrude & Johnson Outboard Motors, Marine Parts, " Used Outboards, Mobile Homes & Misc. Inventory Formerly the Pi'operty of Delmarva Marine Services plus Additions ROUTE 24 NEAR ANGOLA, DELAWARE mM AMONG THE HUNDREDS OF ITEMS TO BE OFFERED WITHOUT RESERVE!! Over 100 Boats: now deck boat. 25 pontoon boats. 4 jet boats. 14 personal watercraft, 4 bassboats. 2 speedboats. 3 new utility boats. 6 new johnboats. IISI.I..ANEOUS:--IvI, ....... ahl punlpl, i Large 1-- 3 bedroom I ! Itoo trailer, mne retail sigs & dipl, new Ynrnah stm up doublewlde mobile | I=nlonai wert, tools. Dayton bead shal<, hydrauliC prims, pickup home with A-roof & 1 canlper top, electric  forkll/t, 9 tonal crll 14ttl, misc. hoseslding. | outboard parts, mlC.  motor ports. 50 gal. drums 114 plvts. 19$ & 1975 slrlewtde , d tow tit. ood cobrol box.. 40 u--oott=d- .m I mollie irn.., possibly I | good & rma parts, pallet of older  vats. 2 water fountains, huge lOt constcuctlon trail- 1 of r, shelving Incl. . & m,  ta .... ker copy I i | rnchines, conputm, and much morell I I NN tINRUOE OOS; 1  115hp. 1997 115tM3.1 7150hb tlx. 1997 eOh p 413. 1997 70hp ell . 1998 115hp aipt. 11 150p 4-1roke. 199 5hp. t9! 70hp o11. 1 15p. 2 1 20tlp. 199 25 hp. 2 1999 20hp. 3 1999 1  irld NE/JOHNSON OU'IOAROS; 5 1999 1 np. 2 1999 2Orlp. OPEN eow EKATS; t908 17" BIuln. 1984 19` Chprai. 1989 lit Ch.t 9` lem. 198515" trwlder. 109 20qtxum. 1976 t 7" Royal C MFG. 19112 1 Oow Ride Rkln. 1090 15' Sunblrd. IIS 1 IP. 1967 1 Bow RId Welloratfl. 19119' wicrtft. 1973 19" Run Wlnne. 1B9 16" CC Wahoo. lge le I-ow. 1975 19" k4wtll PONTOON BOATS; 197  dmte. 11 2 dntur. 19S3 21ol. 1 q. 2 1991 2 gtalm Byllne. 19S 20' Hlrrll. 19$ 20' Lalndam. lgS 24' Hmrdlop Low. 1962 20" Playcrt. 1000 24' Saii. 1M7 24' FIlglll Sicpp. 19e0 24* tlrrlfl. 191 24' Stlrcrlft. 1 2 Hardtop Stm'ort. 191 2ff SweNmlt. 1 20' *elwtt. 113 24' 8yield. 191B 24' vln. 124' Psrly e Trl(er. 19a7 20" ly 1 Tricker. 100 lg Im Eky TrlK=k. 10S 24" Ply  3K=ke. 1988 24' Ity rge Tricker.  BOAT; 1 pro 180 Trake. 2 109 Pro Tn 1  . 1907 Pro Tem 1 hkl. 1968 1   Jir fd. CIJOOY ITS; 19(17 19" Banner. 1975 16" rtnlef. 194 25 Regal. 19rs 24' Fmllll. 19e3 21" neflldn. 19) 111"  lhd. 17 19" VIP. DKOOA3. 1  SpOCt/Mh TruCKee. FI-IING CABS; 1078 2 N(Mi WaS=rill. 1964 21' O Bytcm. 191IS 24' I/O Blyllnr. 19S7 2r Cllbln Cltltlon. 10Q0 22" WailcJIrouod MIdUlon. 1974 2 Crulr. HOU- BOAI. 1967 27" Venture. Jr BOTS; 19e Je Ba#rmr. 21 e Explm 8e Ooo. 10e4 SeoRayd Se Elml. 11 1' Eltnl. 109 21' Bn. 129 21" Blyl. R BOTS; 191 lit Elrm. 19e9 2ff Open Bow rrlvl. 19aS 19" Bayiner, 1072 le obkt. 1 17' Open Bow Maitre. 107018" Open Thetauten. SPF_EDeOAI. IH7 Sport 220 I1 WU.ROUND BOTS; 199 23" Imltal. lS1 2 Blyllner. F-RSONAL WATERC. 1 AUCTIONEER'S NOTEt Delmarva Marine Service was recently purchased by one of the country's largest and most successful marine retailers. Everything will be sold at public auction to make room for a new boat storage facility. Items run the gamut from brand new to older boats and parts. If you are shopping for a boat or motor is the sale for you ! ! 1 900ZXI 1Kdlwlllki, 2 190 T840 KmNiul4dd 1994 OTX Sm Doe. 1 GT e Ooo. 199e GSX Sm Doe. 1996 GTX Sea Ooo. 1900 P Se Doe. 1906 XP St Doe. 1997 SP Stm Doe. 2 194 Wavwunne III Yamaha. 1988 440 . I ge3 Sd50 Yannaill Sir OPEN HOUSE -r INSPECTION .j Sat., Apr. 14th Noon - 5 pm n00s: c,,h 0, 00h.k] E M ]with2l.D.'s ondavofsle..itoms[  ASSOCIATES ,sold as is where is. kith re.lul in 241 .................. h . .'z. ,_ :----"bd weurmguuyereuer zogemer flours A o'/( buyers prmtum wt. li ' " - "1(302) 227-1433 Day e (302) 227-3946 Fax - (302) 22"/-2714 Night added to dl l)UrCha I I " " , ,! , emmertauel'ion.r;i)aol.cnm DIlIECTIINS: From Rt. I and 1;t.II 24 intersection, kead wnt o. El. 2411 approx. 3.5 miles to Peddlers Vlll Shoppiug Center on right. Conuell 1/4 u and look for auction on left.J|