REINSTATEMENT AND AMENDMENT OF REAL ESTATE CONTRACT

 EXHIBIT 10.2

               REINSTATEMENT AND AMENDMENT OF REAL ESTATE CONTRACT

                           REINSTATEMENT AND AMENDMENT
                             OF REAL ESTATE CONTRACT

THIS  AGREEMENT is made and entered into as of this 12th day of June , 2000,  by
and between L & F Land Company, a Kansas general partnership (the "Seller"), and
Dennis J.  Eskie,  not  individually  but solely as nominee  for the  benefit of
Church of the Resurrection-United Methodist, a Kansas not-for-profit corporation
("Buyer").

RECITALS:

A.   Seller and Buyer  entered into a Real Estate  Contract  dated as of January
     24, 2000, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit 1 (the "Contract").

B.   Buyer  terminated  the  Contract  pursuant  to a right to do so  granted in
     Paragraph 6 thereof due to failure to satisfy the financing contingency set
     forth in said  paragraph  within the  "Inspection  Period"  ended April 15,
     2000.

C.   The parties now desire to reinstate  and amend the Contract as  hereinafter
     set forth.

NOW, THEREFORE,  in consideration of the covenants contained in the Contract, as
hereby reinstated and amended, the parties hereto agree as follows:

1.  REINSTATEMENT  OF CONTRACT.  The parties hereby  reinstate the Contract,  as
amended hereby, and agree and confirm that the Contract,  as so amended,  is and
shall be in full  force  and  effect  and  binding  upon the  parties  and their
respective successors and assigns in accordance with its terms.

2. EFFECTIVE DATE OF CONTRACT. The term "Effective Date" as used in the Contract
is hereby amended to mean the date of this  Reinstatement  and Amendment of Real
Estate Contract first hereinabove set forth.

3.  PURCHASE  PRICE.  Paragraph  2 of the  Contract  is hereby  restated  in its
entirety as follows:

          "2. Purchase Price. The purchase price (the 'Purchase  Price') for the
     Premises   shall  be  TWO  HUNDRED  FIFTY   THOUSAND  AND  NO/100   DOLLARS
     ($250,000.00)  per acre,  payable  $4,000,000.00 in cash at closing and the
     remaining  balance of the Purchase Price (less the Earnest Money)  deferred
     and payable on January 2, 2001,  together  with  interest  on the  deferred
     portion at a rate of interest equal to the rate of interest payable by Bank
     of America,  N.A., on its money market  accounts during the period from the
     Closing Date to January 2, 2001.  Buyer's  obligation  to pay said deferred
     portion, together with interest thereon as aforesaid, shall be evidenced by
     a promissory note (the 'Note') executed and delivered by Buyer to the order
     of Seller on the  Closing  Date,  and  secured by a first  mortgage  on the
     Premises  executed,  acknowledged  and  delivered by Buyer to Seller on the
     Closing

     Date (the 'Mortgage'). The Note and Mortgage shall be in the forms attached
     hereto as Exhibit W and Exhibit X, respectively."

4.  EARNEST MONEY.

(A)  The parties  acknowledge  that,  pursuant to  Paragraph 7 of the  Contract,
     Buyer has heretofore  deposited with the Title Company the sum of $5,000.00
     as the "Earnest Money" under the Contract.  The parties further acknowledge
     and  agree  that  $3,444.00  of said sum  shall be paid  over to  Seller as
     reimbursement  for the fees and  expenses  of  Seller's  legal  counsel  in
     connection  with the  transaction  contemplated  by the  Contract,  and the
     $1,556.00 balance shall be refunded to Buyer. A copy of this  Reinstatement
     and  Amendment  of Real  Estate  Contract  shall be  provided  to the Title
     Company and shall  constitute the  instructions  of Buyer and Seller to the
     Title Company to promptly pay said $5,000.00 Earnest Money deposit as above
     provided in this paragraph.

(B)  Paragraph 7 of the Contract is hereby restated in its entirety as follows:

          "7. Earnest Money. On the Effective  Date,  Buyer shall pay to Seller,
     by federal  wire  transfer of funds to an account  designated  by Seller to
     Buyer in writing ('Seller's Account'), the sum of $150,000.00 as an earnest
     money deposit. Said sum of $150,000.00,  together with the 'First Extension
     Payment' and the 'Second Extension Payment'  (hereinafter  defined), if and
     to the extent subsequently paid by Buyer to Seller as hereinafter provided,
     are herein  collectively  called the 'Earnest  Money.' If this  transaction
     closes, the Earnest Money shall be applied to and shall reduce the Purchase
     Price on the  Closing  Date.  If this  transaction  does not  close for any
     reason  whatsoever  other than a default by Seller  hereunder,  the Earnest
     Money  shall be  retained  by Seller and shall be  nonrefundable  to Buyer.
     Seller shall be entitled to retain all interest earned on the Earnest Money
     in all  events,  and shall have no  obligation  or  liability  to Buyer for
     interest thereon."

5. TITLE  MATTERS.  Paragraph  3.2 of the  Contract  is hereby  restated  in its
entirety as follows:

          "3.2.  All  exceptions  to title and other  matters shown in the Title
     Commitment  (other than any existing  mortgage on the  Premises) and on the
     'Survey' (hereinafter defined), and the 'Farm Lease' (hereinafter defined),
     shall be 'Permitted Exceptions' hereunder. Buyer expressly acknowledges and
     agrees  that  Seller  shall have no  obligation  to cure or remove any such
     title  exceptions  or  matters,  or to bring any action or  proceeding,  or
     otherwise to incur any expense in connection  therewith other than to cause
     any existing  mortgage on the Premises to be released and  discharged on or
     before the Closing  Date,  and that this  Contract and the  obligations  of
     Buyer hereunder are not conditioned  upon Buyer's approval of the condition
     of title as shown in the Title Commitment and on the Survey.  Seller agrees
     that during the period from the Effective Date to and including the Closing
     Date,  Seller shall not cause or permit the Premises or any part thereof to
     be subjected to any additional

     easement,  restriction,  covenant,  agreement or encumbrance which would be
     binding  on the  Premises  or Buyer  after the  Closing  Date  ('Additional
     Encumbrance'),  without first  obtaining  Buyer's  written  consent thereto
     (which consent Buyer agrees shall not be unreasonably  withheld).  Any such
     Additional  Encumbrance  to which  Buyer  shall  consent  shall be deemed a
     Permitted Exception hereunder."

6.  BUYER'S DUE DILIGENCE.

(A)  The first  sentence of Paragraph 5.1 of the Contract is hereby  restated as
     follows:

          "Buyer  shall  have the right to  conduct,  at  Buyer's  sole cost and
     expense,  such due diligence  investigation  relating to the Premises as it
     desires."

(B)  Paragraph  5.3 of the  Contract  is  hereby  restated  in its  entirety  as
     follows:

          "5.3.  If,  prior to July 1, 2000,  Buyer  determines  in its sole and
     unreviewable discretion that the results of any environmental investigation
     of the  Premises  ('Environmental  Review') are not totally  acceptable  to
     Buyer,  then  Buyer  shall  have the right and  option  to  terminate  this
     Contract by giving  written  notice of  termination  to Seller on or before
     5:00 P.M.  on July 1,  2000,  in which  event the  Earnest  Money  shall be
     retained by Seller and the parties shall be released  from all  obligations
     hereunder except those herein expressly provided to survive the termination
     of this Contract. If Buyer does not so terminate this Contract by 5:00 P.M.
     on July 1, 2000,  Buyer shall have no further right to terminate under this
     Paragraph  5.3,  time  being  of the  essence  hereunder.  It is  expressly
     understood  and agreed  that,  notwithstanding  that Buyer has the right to
     conduct  any and all  such  investigation,  inspection  and  review  of the
     Premises as it may desire in accordance  with the  provisions of Paragraphs
     5.1 and 5.2 above, this Contract is not contingent upon Buyer's approval of
     the results of any of its  investigation,  inspection  or review except its
     Environmental  Review,  and  that  Buyer  has no right  to  terminate  this
     Contract under this Paragraph 5.3 except due to Buyer's  disapproval of the
     results of its Environmental Review."

(C)  The following new Paragraph 5.4 is hereby added to the Contract,  following
     Paragraph 5.3:

          "5.4.  Buyer  covenants and agrees that it will not, at any time prior
     to full payment and  satisfaction  of the Note,  take any  irreversible  or
     irrevocable action with respect to the Premises,  cause any final action to
     be taken with respect to any  platting,  replotting,  zoning or rezoning of
     the Premises or any part  thereof,  subject the  Premises to any  easement,
     agreement, restriction or encumbrance of any kind whatsoever, or record any
     document or instrument with respect to the Premises."

7.   SEC  APPROVAL  CONTINGENCY.  Paragraph 6 of the Contract is restated in its
     entirety as follows:

          "6. SEC Approval Contingency.

          "6.1.  This  Contract  and all  obligations  of  Buyer  hereunder  are
     conditioned upon 'Buyer's Assignee'  (hereinafter  defined in Paragraph 15)
     having obtained,  on or before August 1, 2000, approval from the Securities
     and  Exchange  Commission  ("SEC")  for  Buyer's  Assignee's   registration
     statement  to become  effective  in  connection  with the  proposed  public
     offering of  membership  interests in Buyer's  Assignee  ("SEC  Approval").
     Buyer  agrees to cause  Buyer's  Assignee  to file a complete  registration
     statement  for SEC  Approval,  together  with payment of all required  fees
     relating thereto,  on or before June 19, 2000, and thereafter to cause such
     application  to be  diligently  pursued in good faith.  Buyer shall furnish
     Seller  copies of all  submittals  to the SEC,  responses  from the SEC and
     other  communications  between Buyer's Assignee and the SEC,  including (if
     obtained) SEC Approval."

          "6.2.  If SEC  Approval  shall not be obtained on or before  August 1,
     2000, Buyer shall have the option, in Buyer's sole and absolute discretion,
     by written  notice to Seller  given not later  than 5:00 P.M.  on August 1,
     2000, to either (i) waive compliance with the foregoing condition precedent
     and proceed under this Contract,  or (ii) cancel this Contract,  and in the
     event of cancellation the Earnest Money shall be retained by Seller and the
     parties  shall be released  from all  obligations  hereunder  except  those
     herein expressly  provided to survive the termination of this Contract,  or
     (iii)  extend  the time for  obtaining  SEC  Approval  for one month to and
     including  September  1, 2000 (said first  additional  period  being herein
     called the "First Extension Period") provided Buyer shall pay to Seller, by
     federal wire transfer of funds to Seller's Account,  on or before 5:00 P.M.
     on August 1, 2000, the additional sum of $100,000.00  (the "First Extension
     Payment").  The First Extension Payment shall be deemed part of the Earnest
     Money hereunder and shall be applied to and shall reduce the Purchase Price
     upon the closing of this transaction; however, if this transaction does not
     close for any reason  whatsoever other than a default by Seller  hereunder,
     all of the Earnest Money  (including the First Extension  Payment) shall be
     retained by Seller.  If Buyer shall fail to give Seller  written  notice of
     Buyer's  election  under the foregoing  provisions of this Paragraph 6.2 by
     5:00 P.M. on August 1, 2000,  Buyer shall  automatically  be deemed to have
     waived compliance with the foregoing  condition  precedent,  and thereafter
     shall not have the right to cancel this  Contract or so extend the time for
     obtaining  SEC Approval  pursuant to this  Section  6.2,  time being of the
     essence hereunder."

          "6.3. If Buyer shall have extended for the First Extension Period, and
     SEC Approval shall not be obtained within the First Extension Period,  then
     Buyer shall have the option,  in Buyer's sole and absolute  discretion,  by
     written  notice to Seller  given not later than 5:00 P.M. on  September  1,
     2000, to either (i) waive compliance with the foregoing condition precedent
     and proceed under this Contract,

     or (ii) cancel this Contract,  and in the event of cancellation the Earnest
     Money  (including the First Extension  Payment) shall be retained by Seller
     and the parties shall be released  from all  obligations  hereunder  except
     those  herein  expressly  provided  to  survive  the  termination  of  this
     Contract,  or (iii) further  extend the time for obtaining SEC Approval for
     one  additional  month  to and  including  October  1,  2000  (said  second
     additional  period  being  herein  called the  "Second  Extension  Period")
     provided  Buyer shall pay to Seller,  by federal wire  transfer of funds to
     Seller's  Account,  on or before  5:00  P.M.  on  September  1,  2000,  the
     additional sum of $100,000.00 (the "Second Extension Payment").  The Second
     Extension  Payment shall be deemed part of the Earnest Money  hereunder and
     shall be applied to and shall reduce the Purchase Price upon the closing of
     this  transaction,  but if this  transaction  does not close for any reason
     whatsoever  other than a default by Seller  hereunder,  all of the  Earnest
     Money  (including  the First  Extension  Payment  and the Second  Extension
     Payment)  shall be retained  by Seller.  If Buyer shall fail to give Seller
     written notice of Buyer's  election under the foregoing  provisions of this
     Paragraph 6.3 by 5:00 P.M. on September 1, 2000, Buyer shall  automatically
     be deemed to have waived compliance with the foregoing condition precedent,
     and  thereafter  shall  not have the right to cancel  this  Contract  or so
     extend the time for obtaining SEC Approval  pursuant to this Paragraph 6.3,
     time being of the essence hereunder."

          "6.4.  If Buyer shall have extended for the Second  Extension  Period,
     and SEC Approval shall not be obtained within the Second Extension  Period,
     then either (i) Buyer shall, if it elects to do so in its sole and absolute
     discretion,  waive  compliance with the foregoing  condition  precedent and
     proceed under this  Contract,  by written  notice to Seller given not later
     than  5:00  P.M.  on  October  1,  2000,  or  (ii)  this   Contract   shall
     automatically  be deemed  cancelled,  and in the event of cancellation  the
     Earnest  Money  (including  the  First  Extension  Payment  and the  Second
     Extension  Payment)  shall be retained  by Seller and the parties  shall be
     released  from all  obligations  hereunder  except those  herein  expressly
     provided to survive the termination of this Contract."

8.   CLOSING.  Paragraph 8.1 of the Contract is hereby  restated in its entirety
     as follows:

          "8.1. The closing (the 'Closing') of this  transaction will take place
     at the  offices  of the Title  Company  on the date  which is 60 days after
     Buyer's receipt of SEC Approval, or such earlier date as may be agreed upon
     by the parties,  unless this  Contract is  terminated by Buyer or Seller as
     provided herein."

9.   137TH STREET IMPROVEMENTS AND ESCROW.

(A)  The  next-to-last  sentence  of  Paragraph  10 of the  Contract  is  hereby
     restated as follows:

         "The  parties  hereby agree that  effective  upon Buyer  obtaining  SEC
         Approval (if SEC Approval be obtained), Seller shall deliver, and Buyer
         shall cause Church of the Resurrection-United  Methodist (the "Church")
         to deliver, (a) an agreement in the

         form of Exhibit Y attached hereto (the 'Street Termination  Agreement')
         terminating the Street  Agreement and releasing each party thereto from
         all obligations and liability thereunder,  whether accrued prior to the
         date of such  termination  or to accrue  thereafter  under  the  Street
         Agreement,  and (b) joint  instructions  to Escrow Agent to immediately
         deliver  to each  party free of escrow  its  respective  Street  Escrow
         Deposit   together  with  all  interest  earned  thereon  (the  'Street
         Disbursement Instructions'),  in the form of Exhibit Z attached hereto.
         Seller and the Church have  executed the Street  Termination  Agreement
         and the Street  Disbursement  Instructions on the Effective Date hereof
         and have  deposited  them with Escrow Agent,  to  automatically  become
         effective upon the issuance of SEC Approval. Buyer agrees,  immediately
         upon receipt of SEC Approval,  to furnish  copies thereof to Seller and
         Escrow Agent."

(B)  The last  sentence of Paragraph  10 of the  Contract is hereby  restated as
     follows:

         "Notwithstanding any provision of the Street Agreement to the contrary,
         Buyer  agrees,  effective as of the  Effective  Date,  that it shall be
         solely responsible,  without  contribution from Seller, for the payment
         of all fees and expenses of Shafer,  Kline & Warren,  Inc.  relating to
         the  proposed   construction  of  137th  Street,   including,   without
         limitation,  preparation  of plans for 137th  Street and all  revisions
         thereto."

10.  ASSIGNMENT BY BUYER. Paragraph 15 of the Contract is hereby restated in its
     entirety as follows:

          "15.  Assignment.  Buyer may transfer and assign this Contract and all
     (but not less  than  all) of  Buyer's  rights,  obligations  and  interests
     hereunder at its discretion  and without the prior  approval of Seller,  to
     COR  Development  LLC,  a  Kansas  limited   liability   company  ('Buyer's
     Assignee'),  provided,  however,  that  as a  condition  precedent  to such
     transfer  and  assignment,  Buyer's  Assignee  shall  assume all duties and
     obligations of Buyer hereunder. Buyer shall not be released from its duties
     or obligations under this Contract by virtue of such transfer or assignment
     of this Contract.  Buyer shall not otherwise  transfer or assign its rights
     or  obligations  under this Contract  without the prior written  consent of
     Seller as hereinafter  provided in this Section 15, and no such transfer or
     assignment  in violation of the  foregoing  shall be valid or  enforceable.
     Seller  agrees that it shall  consent to an assignment by Buyer to a person
     or  entity  other  than  Buyer's  Assignee   provided  the  assignment  and
     assumption is being made effective at the closing upon all of the following
     having  occurred:  (a) all  contingencies  applicable  to  Buyer's  closing
     obligations  have been satisfied;  (b)  $4,000,000.00 of the Purchase Price
     and the executed Note and Mortgage have been deposited into escrow with the
     Title  Company;  (c)  all of the  Buyer's  closing  obligations  have  been
     satisfied;  and (d) the Buyer has  irrevocably  authorized and directed the
     Title Company to proceed to close the escrow and  administer the closing of
     this transaction  subject only to Seller making the deliveries  required of
     it pursuant to Paragraph 8.2 hereof and consenting to the assignment."

11.  TERMINATION OF RESALE COVENANT ON BUYER'S ADJACENT PROPERTY.

(A)  Seller and Buyer acknowledge that, pursuant to a Real Estate Contract dated
     as of April 23,  1998 (the "South  Parcel  Contract"),  between  Seller and
     Church of the  Resurrection-United  Methodist  (the  "Church"),  the Church
     purchased  from  Seller  the  property  to the south of the  Premises,  now
     platted as Lot 2, Church of the Resurrection  Second Plat, a subdivision in
     the City of Leawood,  Johnson  County,  Kansas (the  "South  Parcel").  The
     parties further  acknowledge that Paragraph 18 of the South Parcel Contract
     contains the following provisions  (collectively,  the "South Parcel Resale
     Covenant"):

          "18.  Resale of  Premises by Buyer.  In the event  that,  prior to the
     expiration  of ten (10) years from and after the date of  recording  of the
     Warranty Deed in the real property records of Johnson County, Kansas, Buyer
     shall sell, ground lease or otherwise transfer or convey, assign or dispose
     of (any of the foregoing herein called a 'Disposition')  all or any part of
     the Premises to any party which is not a 'Buyer  Affiliate'  (as defined in
     Paragraph 21), the Net Proceeds  resulting from such  Disposition  shall be
     distributed  between  Seller  and  Buyer as  follows:  (i)  Buyer  shall be
     entitled  to  retain  that  portion  of the Net  Proceeds  as  shall  equal
     SEVENTY-FIVE  THOUSAND AND NO/100 DOLLARS  ($75,000.00) per acre,  prorated
     for any  fraction  of an acre,  of the land  which  is the  subject  of the
     Disposition  (the 'Subject  Property') plus all interest paid by Buyer from
     and after the Closing Date as interest on loan  proceeds  used by Buyer for
     the  purchase  of the  Premises  at the  Closing of this  transaction  or a
     proportionate  part of such  interest if the Subject  Property is less than
     all of the Premises (herein referred to as 'Buyer's Return of Costs'); (ii)
     Seller  shall be  entitled  to receive  and shall be paid all Net  Proceeds
     resulting from such  Disposition in excess of Buyer's Return of Costs up to
     but no more  than an  amount  equal  to TEN  THOUSAND  AND  NO/100  DOLLARS
     ($10,000.00)  per  acre,  prorated  for any  fraction  of an acre,  of land
     constituting the Subject Property (herein referred to as 'Seller's Retained
     Profit Interest');  and (iii) Buyer shall be entitled to receive and Seller
     shall have no right,  title,  or  interest in all or any portion of the Net
     Proceeds  resulting  from such  Disposition  in excess of Buyer's Return of
     Costs plus  Seller's  Retained  Profit  Interest.  To the  extent  that any
     portion  of the Net  Proceeds  resulting  from  such  Disposition  shall be
     deferred until after the date of the closing of such Disposition, Buyer and
     Seller shall be entitled to receive and be paid their respective  interests
     in such  Net  Proceeds  when  due  and  paid by the  buyer  of the  Subject
     Property.  'Net Proceeds' shall mean the gross proceeds resulting from such
     Disposition  payable  to Buyer  (which  for a ground  lease  shall mean the
     aggregate gross amount payable by the lessee thereunder for the entire term
     of the lease  including  extension  options) less usual and customary costs
     and expenses of the Disposition  payable by Buyer,  such as title insurance
     premiums,  survey costs,  recording  fees,  and escrow  closing  fees,  but
     excluding  attorneys' fees and due diligence costs incurred by Buyer. Until
     the  expiration  of ten (10) years from

     and after the date of recording of the Warranty  Deed in the real  property
     records of Johnson  County,  Kansas,  the  obligations of the parties under
     this  Paragraph  18 shall run with the land and shall be  binding  upon all
     successors in interest to each of Buyer and Seller,  and each covenants and
     agrees to so advise its  successors  in  interest  in  writing,  cause said
     successors  to agree in writing to be bound  hereby,  and provide the other
     party copies of the foregoing; provided, however, it is expressly agreed by
     and between the parties,  that any and all rights or interests of Seller in
     and to the Net Proceeds  resulting from such a Disposition shall expire and
     be forever extinguished as of the 10th anniversary of the date of recording
     of the Warranty Deed."

Seller  and Buyer  acknowledge  that the term  "Buyer  Affiliate"  as defined in
Paragraph  21 of  the  South  Parcel  Contract  means  a  not-for-profit  entity
affiliated with the Church or The United Methodist Church.

(B)  Seller agrees with Buyer that,  effective  upon (but not until) the closing
     of the transaction  contemplated in the Contract,  as herein reinstated and
     amended,  and  recording  of the deed  conveying  title to the  Premises to
     Buyer,  the South Parcel Resale Covenant shall  automatically  terminate in
     its entirety and  thereafter  shall be of no force or effect.  Seller shall
     execute and deliver to Buyer on the Closing Date a written  confirmation of
     such termination,  in form and substance reasonably  satisfactory to Seller
     and Buyer.

IN WITNESS  WHEREOF,  Seller  and Buyer have  executed  this  Reinstatement  and
Amendment of Real Estate Contract as of the date first above written.

                                 SELLER:

                                 L&F LAND COMPANY, a Kansas general partnership

                                 By: LANER REAL ESTATE HOLDINGS, L.L.C., a
                                     Missouri limited liability company,
                                     its General Partner

                                     By: /s/ Harlan S. Laner
                                         Harlan S. Laner, Managing Member

                                 BUYER:

                                 /s/ Dennis J. Eskie
                                 DENNIS J. ESKIE, not individually but solely as
                                 nominee for the benefit of CHURCH OF THE
                                 RESURRECTION - UNITED METHODIST, a Kansas
                                 not-for-profit corporation

 

Basic Info X:

Name: REINSTATEMENT AND AMENDMENT OF REAL ESTATE CONTRACT
Type: Reinstatement and Amendment of Real Estate Contract
Date: July 18, 2000
Company: COR DEVELOPMENT LLC
State: Kansas

Other info:

Date:

  • 12th day of June , 2000
  • January 24 , 2000
  • April 15 , 2000
  • January 2 , 2001
  • July 1 , 2000
  • June 19 , 2000
  • August 1 , 2000
  • September 1 , 2000
  • October 1 , 2000
  • April 23 , 1998

Organization:

  • L & F Land Company
  • Bank of America
  • SEC Approval Contingency
  • Securities and Exchange Commission
  • First Extension Period
  • Second Extension Period
  • First Extension Payment
  • Shafer , Kline & Warren , Inc.
  • COR Development LLC
  • Real Estate Contract
  • Resurrection Second Plat
  • South Parcel Contract
  • The United Methodist Church
  • South Parcel Resale Covenant

Location:

  • N.A.
  • Earnest Money
  • Leawood
  • Johnson County
  • Missouri
  • Kansas

Money:

  • $ 250,000.00
  • $ 3,444.00
  • $ 1,556.00
  • $ 5,000.00
  • $ 150,000.00
  • $ 100,000.00
  • $ 4,000,000.00
  • $ 75,000.00
  • $ 10,000.00

Person:

  • Harlan S. Laner Harlan S. Laner
  • Dennis J. Eskie DENNIS J. ESKIE

Time:

  • 5:00 P.M.