MANAGEMENT TERMINATION AGREEMENT

 

                        MANAGEMENT TERMINATION AGREEMENT

     THIS MANAGEMENT TERMINATION AGREEMENT (this "Agreement") which shall have
an effective date of July 1, 1996 (the "Effective Date"), is made and entered by
and among LEASE RESOLUTION CORPORATION, a Delaware non-stock, not-for-profit
corporation ("LRC"), individually and on behalf of DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME
FUND XVI, L.P., DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XVII, L.P., DATRONIC EQUIPMENT
INCOME FUND XVIII, L.P., DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XIX, L.P., DATRONIC
EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XX, L.P. and DATRONIC FINANCE INCOME FUND I L.P.
(collectively, the "Partnerships" and each a "Partnership"), and NEW ERA FUNDING
CORP., an Illinois corporation ("New Era"), STEPHAN S. BUCKLEY ("Buckley"),
KENNETH B. DROST ("Drost") and DOUGLAS E. VAN SCOY ("Van Scoy") (Buckley, Drost
and Van Scoy are sometimes collectively referred to herein as the "New Era
Principals").

                              W I T N E S S E T H:

     WHEREAS, LRC and the Partnerships, on the one hand, and New Era, on the
other hand, are parties to those certain Management Agreements dated March 4,
1993 (collectively, the "Management Agreements" and each a "Management
Agreement"), pursuant to which, among other things, New Era is vested with the
obligation to manage the operations of the Partnerships' business in return for
a management fee;

     WHEREAS, the parties are desirous of terminating the Management Agreements
and New Era's rights and obligations thereunder subject to the terms and
exclusions and satisfaction of the conditions set forth in this Agreement.

     NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements
herein set forth, it is hereby covenanted and agreed as follows:

     1. Termination.  Upon the terms and subject to the satisfaction of the
conditions set forth in this Agreement, as of the Effective Date, LRC, the
Partnerships and New Era agree to terminate the Management Agreements by
executing and delivering to each other this Agreement, which execution and
delivery shall constitute their agreement that neither LRC or the Partnerships
on the one hand, nor New Era or the New Era Principals, on the other hand, shall
have any further obligations under the Management Agreements, except as
otherwise set forth herein in Section 8.  The termination provided for herein,
INTER ALIA, shall waive the option of New Era to purchase assets set forth in
paragraph 16 of the Management Agreements.

     2. Termination Fee.  At the Closing (as hereinafter defined), the
Partnerships, jointly and severally, shall pay New Era as a final payment of any
and all sums due and payable pursuant to the Management Agreements and in lieu
of any payments which would hereinafter be due pursuant to the terms of the
Management Agreements, the sum of Three Million Two Hundred Thousand Dollars
($3,200,000), plus interest accrued thereon from the Effective Date until
Closing at the rate of interest equivalent to the rate of interest applicable
during such period for the overnight investment of excess funds maintained for
the Partnerships at LaSalle National Bank (the "Overnight Rate"):

         (a)  by wire transfer of immediately available funds in accordance with
     the wire instructions specified by New Era; or

         (b)  by delivery of a certified check payable to New Era.

       3. Date and Place of Closing.  This Agreement shall not become effective
without Court approval, but shall be consummated at a closing (the "Closing") to
be held on a day no later than three (3) business days after the date the
transactions contemplated by this Agreement are approved by the Court (as herein
defined), or such other date as shall be mutually agreed upon by the parties
(the "Closing Date"), at the offices of Wolin & Rosen, Two North LaSalle Street,
Chicago, Illinois 60602 at 10:00 a.m., Chicago time.

       4.  Consulting Agreements.  At the Closing, LRC and the Partnerships, on
the one hand, and each of Drost and Van Scoy (together with Drost being
sometimes collectively referred to herein as the "Consultants") on the other
hand, shall execute and deliver Consulting Agreements in the forms attached
hereto as Exhibit A and Exhibit B.

       5.  Restrictive Covenants.  Each of the Consultants and Buckley hereby
covenant and agree that:

          (a)  for a period of two (2) years from the Effective Date, they shall
     not:

               (i)  act as the managing agent(s) of any equipment lease income
          fund in connection with the liquidation of any such fund; or

               (ii) solicit for employment any person employed by LRC on the
          Effective Date; and

          (b)  at all times hereafter, they shall not use any proprietary
     information of LRC or the Partnerships for their gain or benefit, including
     but not limited to the dissolution plan for the Partnerships.

       6.  Restrictive Covenant Payment.  In consideration of the covenants
contained in Section 5 hereof, at the Closing, the Partnerships, jointly and
severally, shall pay to Buckley, Drost, and Van Scoy the aggregate amount of One
Million Dollars ($1,000,000), plus interest accrued thereon from the Effective
Date until Closing at the Overnight Rate, by:

           (a)  wire transfer of immediately available funds in accordance with
     the wire instructions specified by Buckley, Drost, and Van Scoy; or

           (b)  delivery of certified checks payable to Buckley, Drost, and Van
     Scoy in such proportions as they shall direct.

       7. Representations and Warranties of New Era and its Principals.  New
Era, Buckley, Drost and Van Scoy hereby jointly and severally represent and
warrant to LRC and the Partnerships that, to the best of New Era's actual
knowledge and the actual knowledge of Buckley, Drost, and Van Scoy, as of the
Closing Date, (a) there are no pending or threatened

claims against LRC or the Partnerships which have not been previously disclosed
in (i) the Management Representation Letters previously issued by New Era to
the Partnerships' auditors in connection with their examination of the
Partnerships' financial statements, and/or (ii) the Partnership's financial
statements, and (b) neither New Era nor any of Buckley, Drost or Van Scoy, have
caused the Partnerships to be subject to any liabilities, other than (i) those
liabilities incurred in the ordinary course of the Partnership's business and
pursuant to authority granted under the Management Agreements, (ii) those
liabilities set forth on the Partnerships' most recent interim balance sheets,
(iii) contingent liabilities arising under the employee severance plan and
health plan available to all New Era employees, (iv) liabilities incurred at
the direction of LRC, and (v) liabilities for which New Era would lawfully be
entitled to indemnification under the Management Agreements.

        8.  Indemnification and Reimbursement.  The parties covenant and agree
that:

         (a)  Notwithstanding the termination of the Management Agreements as
     provided in Section 1 hereof, the indemnification provisions of the
     Management Agreements as set forth in Sections 20 and 21 thereof shall
     survive indefinitely;

         (b)  Without limiting subsection (a) of this Section 8, LRC and the
     Partnerships shall continue to reimburse each of New Era (and its existing
     and former affiliates, officers, directors and employees), Buckley, Drost
     and Van Scoy and their respective executors, heirs, beneficiaries and
     assigns for their respective legal fees and related expenses incurred in
     connection with the class action lawsuit captioned John Ventre v. Datronic
     Rental Corporation, et al. (or any other matter arising out of or related
     to the underlying facts or allegations in such action), in the same manner
     as such fees and expenses are paid immediately prior to the Effective Date;

         (c)  Without limiting subsection (a) of this Section 8, LRC and the
     Partnerships,  jointly and severally, shall indemnify, bind themselves and
     hold harmless each of New Era (and its existing and former shareholders,
     affiliates, officers, directors, agents and employees), Buckley, Drost, and
     Van Scoy and their respective executors, heirs, beneficiaries and assigns
     for any and all costs, fees, expenses, judgments or damages incurred in
     connection with defending themselves or otherwise responding to any actual
     or threatened claims or suits arising out of the termination of the
     Management Agreements or arising out of any other agreements (including but
     not limited to the Consulting Agreements) contemplated by the transactions
     which are the subject of this Agreement;

         (d)  Without limiting subsection (a) of this Section 8, LRC and the
     Partnerships, jointly and severally, hereby agree and bind themselves to
     indemnify and hold harmless New Era (and its existing and former
     shareholders, directors, offices, employees, agents, representatives and
     affiliates), and Buckley, Drost and Van Scoy and their respective
     executors, heirs, beneficiaries and assigns from and against any and all
     claims and expenses arising in connection with or relating to the
     employment of New Era's employees pursuant to Section 11 and/or the
     assumption of New Era's benefits and health plans, or the provision of
     substantially similar plans by LRC and the Partnerships directly, pursuant
     to Sections 11 and 12 hereof; but,

          (e)   Without limiting subsection (a) of this Section 8, New Era,
     Buckley, Drost and Van Scoy, jointly and severally, hereby agree to
     indemnify and hold harmless LRC and the Partnerships (and their existing
     and former shareholders, directors, officers, partners, employees, agents,
     representatives and affiliates), from and against any and all costs, fees,
     expenses, judgments or damages (including reasonable attorney's fees)
     incurred by LRC or the Partnerships as a result of a breach by New Era,
     Buckley, Drost or Van Scoy of the representations and warranties contained
     in Section 7 of this Agreement, it being expressly agreed that the
     obligations to indemnify and hold harmless LRC and the Partnerships
     pursuant to this Section 8(e) shall not require New Era, Buckley, Drost or
     Van Scoy to pay, or to reimburse LRC or the Partnerships for, any
     liabilities for which LRC or the Partnerships would be responsible whether
     or not the representations and warranties contained in Section 7 hereof are
     true and accurate, except that New Era, Buckley, Drost and Van Scoy shall
     be responsible for any liabilities they have caused the Partnerships to be
     subject to other than those liabilities described in subsections (i)-(v) of
     Section 7(b) above;

          (f)   Promptly following the receipt of notice of a claim for which
     indemnification would be sought under this Section 8 (a "Third Party
     Claim"), the party receiving the notice of the Third Party Claim (the
     "Indemnitee") shall (i) notify the other party (the "Indemnitor") of its
     existence setting forth with reasonable specificity the facts and
     circumstances of which the Indemnitee has received notice and (ii) if the
     Indemnitee expects to seek indemnification under this Section 8, specifying
     the basis hereunder upon which the Indemnitee's claim for indemnification
     is asserted.  The Indemnitee shall, upon reasonable notice, tender the
     defense of a Third Party Claim to the Indemnitor.  If:

          (i)   the defense of a Third Party Claim is so tendered and such
     tender is accepted without qualification by the Indemnitor; or

          (ii)  within thirty (30) days after the date on which written notice
     of a Third Party Claim has been given pursuant to this Section 8(f), the
     Indemnitor shall acknowledge without qualification its indemnification
     obligations as provided in this Section 8 in writing to the Indemnitee;

     then, the Indemnitor shall have the exclusive right to contest, defend and
     litigate the Third Party Claim and shall have the exclusive right, in its
     discretion exercised in good faith, and upon the advice of counsel, to
     settle any such matter, either before or after the initiation of
     litigation, at such time and upon such terms as it deems fair and
     reasonable, provided that at least ten (10) days prior to any such
     settlement, written notice of its intention to settle shall be given to the
     Indemnitee. The Indemnitee shall have the right to be represented by
     counsel at its own expense in any such matter conducted by the Indemnitor.
     All expenses (including without limitation reasonable attorneys' fees)
     incurred by the Indemnitor in connection with the foregoing shall be paid
     by the Indemnitor.  No failure by an Indemnitor to acknowledge in writing
     its indemnification obligations under this Section 8 shall relieve it of
     such obligations to the extent they exist. If the Indemnitor fails to
     accept the defense of a Third Party Claim tendered pursuant to this Section
     8, the Indemnitee shall have the right to contest, defend and litigate such
     Third Party Claim, and may settle such Third Party Claim, either before or

     after the initiation of litigation, at such time and upon such terms as the
     Indemnitee deems fair and reasonable, provided that at least ten (10) days
     prior to any such    settlement, written notice of its intention to settle
     is given to the Indemnitor.  If pursuant to this Section 8, the Indemnitee
     so defends or settles a Third Party Claim, for which it is entitled to
     indemnification hereunder, as hereinabove provided, the Indemnitee shall
     be reimbursed by the Indemnitor, upon submission of an invoice or other
     evidence of incurrence,  for the reasonable attorneys' fees and other
     expenses, including settlement    costs, of defending and/or settling or
     satisfying the Third Party Claim; and,

          (g)   Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, in
     the event a claim is made by or against New Era, Buckley, Drost or Van
     Scoy, on the one hand, by or against LRC and/or the Partnerships, on the
     other hand, pursuant to this Section 8 or otherwise, the claiming party
     (the "Claimant") shall advance to the other party (the "Respondent") up to
     the first Twenty Five Thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($25,000) of the
     Respondent's legal fees and expenses, on an as incurred basis.  Payments
     made in accordance with this Section 8(g) shall be in the form of advances
     only and shall not in any way constitute a waiver of the prevailing party's
     right to receive reimbursement of its costs and expenses under Section 25
     of this Agreement.

      9.  Conditional and Limited Release.  LRC and the Partnerships, and each
of them, on behalf of themselves and their respective predecessors, successors,
trustees, receivers, guardians, partners, directors, officers, employees,
shareholders, agents, executors, heirs, beneficiaries and assigns, hereby
release, discharge and forever remise New Era, and its shareholders, directors,
officers, employees, agents, representatives and affiliates ("New Era Parties"),
Buckley, Drost, and Van Scoy, and each of them and their respective executors,
heirs, beneficiaries and assigns ("Individual Parties"), from any and all nature
of actions, claims, suits, debts, accounts, bonds, bills, specialties,
covenants, controversies, obligations or rights, whatsoever, whether fixed or
continued, known or unknown, matured or unmatured, including but not limited to
those which arise out of, or relate to, the Management Agreements, the conduct
of LRC's and the Partnerships' business, or the conduct of New Era or Buckley,
Drost or Van Scoy prior to the date of this Agreement; provided, however, that
the release given in this Section 9 shall not release any of the New Era Parties
or the Individual Parties from any liabilities arising from a breach of the
representations and warranties contained in Section 7 of this Agreement and/or
their liabilities under paragraph 8 of this Agreement, or waive any duty of any
of the New Era parties to account and/or to turn over assets of LRC and the
Partnerships in accordance with Section 26 hereof.

     10. Lease Obligations.  LRC and the Partnerships hereby covenant and agree
that until ninety (90) days after the earlier to occur of (i) the date New Era
receives written notice from LRC and the Partnerships of LRC's and the
Partnerships' intention to vacate the property occupied by New Era in Hoffman
Estates, Illinois (the "Premises"), which notice may be given no earlier than
December 1, 1996, or (ii) the date LRC and the Partnerships receive written
notice from New Era or the landlord of the Premises requiring that possession
thereof be surrendered which notice may be given no earlier than December 1,
1996,  the Partnerships will be obligated to make all payments otherwise
required to be made by New Era pursuant to the existing lease for the Premises
which lease is dated September 1, 1993 by and between 2345 Pembroke Limited
Partnership and New Era, but only to the extent such payments were included

within the operating budget approved for fiscal year 1997 and are required to
be made or are incurred during the period during which LRC and the Partnerships
occupy the Premises after the Effective Date.  This Agreement is expressly
conditioned upon full execution (including Landlord) of that certain
Non-Disturbance Agreement attached as Exhibit C.

     11.  Employees and Employee Benefit Plans.  LRC and the Partnerships hereby
agree to offer employment to the employees of New Era identified on Exhibit D
attached hereto (the "Employees") on the same terms and conditions as the
Employees are employed by New Era on the Effective Date, including, but not
limited to, providing to the Employees the same salary and benefits (including
but not limited to severance benefits) they received from New Era.

     12. Health Plans.  LRC and the Partnerships hereby covenant and agree to
assume all health plans of New Era which exist prior to the Closing Date
(including but not limited to responsibility for unfunded portions thereof), or
shall provide health coverage on substantially the same terms for each of the
individuals receiving coverage under such plans who accept employment on a
full-time basis with LRC, and shall assume all responsibility for ongoing or
future contributions and payments under all employee health plans for each
person listed on Exhibit E to the extent of (and limited by) the amount set
forth for each person on Exhibit E  except that LRC's and the Partnerships'
obligation shall also include the self insured obligation under the New Era
health and major medical plan terminated September 1, 1996, up to a maximum of
$35,000 per person.

     13.  Consent and Waiver.  The parties hereby acknowledge that it shall be
a condition precedent to Closing that LRC and the Partnerships shall have
received from each of the Employees (except as may be waived by LRC and the
Partnerships on a case-by-case basis) an executed copy of the Consent and Waiver
in the form attached hereto as Exhibit F.

     14. Approval of the Court.  The parties hereby covenant and agree that as
soon as practicable after the execution of this Agreement, they shall present
this Agreement for approval to the United States District Court for the Northern
District of Illinois, Eastern Division (the "Court"), and shall use their
respective best efforts to obtain such approval in an expeditious manner.
Pending approval of this Agreement by the Court, the Management Agreements shall
remain in force and shall not be terminated by this Agreement; and, this
Agreement shall be null and void if approval of this Agreement is denied by the
Court.

     15.  Amendments.  The provisions of this Agreement may be amended or waived
only by the written agreement of the parties hereto.  Any waiver, permit,
consent or approval of any kind or character on the part of any party of any
provisions or conditions of this Agreement must be made in writing and shall be
effective only to the extent specifically set forth in such writing.

     16. Successors and Assigns.  This Agreement will bind and inure to the
benefit of the respective successors and assigns of the parties hereto, whether
so expressed or not.  Additionally, without limiting the foregoing, it is
expressly acknowledged and agreed that New Era shall be permitted to assign the
termination fee paid pursuant to Section 2 hereof, or its right to receive the
termination fee, to any party New Era shall elect.

        17.  Severability.  Whenever possible, each provision of this Agreement
will be interpreted in such manner as to be effective and valid under applicable
law, but if any provision of this Agreement is held to be prohibited by or
invalid under applicable law, such provisions will be ineffective only to the
extent of such prohibition or invalidity, without invalidating the remainder of
the this Agreement.

        18.  Descriptive Headings.  The descriptive headings of this Agreement
are inserted for convenience of reference only and do not constitute a part of
this Agreement.

        19.  Notices.  Any notices required, permitted or desired to be given
hereunder shall be delivered personally, sent by overnight courier or mailed,
registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following
addresses, and shall be deemed to have been received on the day of personal
delivery, one business day after deposit with an overnight courier or three
business days after deposit in the mail:

          (a)  If to LRC or the Partnerships:

               Lease Resolution Corporation
               1300 East Woodfield Road
               Suite 312
               Schaumburg, Illinois 60173
               Attn:  President

               with a copy to:

               Wolin & Rosen
               Two North LaSalle Street
               Suite 1776
               Chicago, Illinois 60602
               Attn:  Philip Wolin, Esq.

          (b)  If to New Era:

               New Era Funding Corp.
               2345 Pembroke Avenue
               Hoffman Estates, Illinois
               Attn:  President

               If to Drost:

               New Era Funding Corp.
               2345 Pembroke Avenue
               Hoffman Estates, Illinois

                      If to Buckley:

                      New Era Funding Corp.
                      2345 Pembroke Avenue
                      Hoffman Estates, Illinois

                      If to Van Scoy:

                      New Era Funding Corp.
                      2345 Pembroke Avenue
                      Hoffman Estates, Illinois

                      with a copy to:

                      Saitlin, Patzik, Frank & Samotny Ltd.
                      150 South Wacker Drive
                      Suite 900
                      Chicago, Illinois  60606
                      Attn:  Alan B. Patzik, Esq.

or to such address as any party may specify in a written notice given to the
other parties hereto.

     20.  Governing Law.  All questions concerning the construction, validity
and interpretation of this Agreement and the exhibits hereto shall be governed
in all respects by the internal law, and not the law of conflicts of the State
of Illinois, and the performance of the obligations imposed by this Agreement
shall be governed by the laws of the State of Illinois applicable to contracts
made and wholly to be performed in such state.

     21.  Exhibits.  All exhibits hereto are an integral part of this Agreement.

     22.  Final Agreement.  This Agreement, together with those documents
expressly referred to herein, constitute the final agreement of the parties
concerning the matters referred to herein, and except as provided in paragraph
8, above, this Agreement supersedes all prior agreements and understandings.

     23.  Execution and Counterparts.  This Agreement may be executed in
counterparts, each of which when so executed and delivered shall be deemed an
original, and such counterparts together shall constitute one instrument.

     24.  Further Cooperation.  At any time and from time to time, each party
hereto shall promptly execute and deliver all such documents and instruments,
and do all such acts and things, as the other party may reasonably request in
order to further effect the purposes of this Agreement.

     25.  Attorneys Fees and Costs.  If litigation is required to enforce the
terms of this Agreement, then in addition to such other relief as may be awarded
by the Court in such a case,

the prevailing party or parties shall be entitled to recover their reasonable
attorneys fees and costs incurred therein.

     26.  True-Up of Accounts.  The parties acknowledge that this Agreement has
been made and entered after the effective date to have retroactive effect.
Accordingly, a true-up of accounts to conform to this Agreement will be required
and a true-up of actual to budgeted expenses is still required. Nothing in this
Agreement will be deemed to waive said procedures.  Further, in order to induce
LRC and the Partnerships to execute this Agreement, the New Era parties have
agreed to pay and shall pay and not be reimbursed for 50% of the severance paid
and/or payable to employees of New Era terminated October 1, 1996 (in the amount
of $34,000.00) and they will waive reimbursement for and grant a credit for rent
and real estate taxes for the period April 1, 1996 through September 30, 1996 of
$30,000.00.  The $64,000.00 of payments and credits referred to above will be
reflected in the true-up of expenses.

     27.  Availability.   Buckley, Drost and Van Scoy shall each make themselves
available to LRC, the Partnerships (or the investors as classes therein) and
LRC's and the Partnerships' attorneys on reasonable notice (which need not be
written) and without subpoena to provide information and testimony in pending,
threatened or potential litigation prosecuted or defended from time to time by
LRC and the Partnerships (and/or their investors as classes). Buckley, Drost and
Van Scoy shall be entitled to reimbursement for reasonable costs (but not
compensation for their time) expended in complying with this Section including
reasonable attorneys fees provided the costs and fees are necessary and approved
by LRC before they are incurred.

     IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement as of the date
first written above.

                                             LEASE RESOLUTION CORPORATION,
                                             individually and on behalf of
                                             DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND
                                             XVI, L.P., DATRONIC EQUIPMENT
                                             INCOME FUND XVII, L.P., DATRONIC
                                             EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XVIII,
                                             L.P., DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME
                                             FUND XIX, L.P., DATRONIC
                                             EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XX, L.P.,
                                             AND DATRONIC FINANCE INCOME
                                             FUND I., L.P.

                                             By: /s/Donald D. Torisky 11/14/96
                                                -------------------------------
                                                    Authorized Officer

                                             NEW ERA FUNDING CORP.

                                             By: /s/Stephan S. Buckley 11/14/96
                                                --------------------------------
                                             Its: President
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                                              /s/Kenneth B. Drost    11/14/96
                                             ----------------------------------
                                             KENNETH B. DROST

                                              /s/Douglas E. Van Scoy  11/14/96
                                             ----------------------------------
                                             DOUGLAS E. VAN SCOY

                                              /s/Stephan S. Buckley   11/14/96
                                             ----------------------------------
                                             STEPHAN S. BUCKLEY

                       CONSULTING AGREEMENT   (EXHIBIT A)

          This CONSULTING AGREEMENT (this "Agreement") which shall have an
effective date of July 1, 1996 (the "Effective Date"), is made and entered into
by and between LEASE RESOLUTION CORPORATION, a Delaware not-for-profit
corporation ("LRC"), individually and on behalf of each of DATRONIC EQUIPMENT
INCOME FUND XVI, L.P., DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XVII, L.P., DATRONIC
EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XVIII, L.P., DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XIX, L.P.,
DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XX, L.P., and DATRONIC FINANCE INCOME FUND I,
L.P. (each, a "Partnership" and collectively the "Partnerships"), and DOUGLAS E.
VAN SCOY ("Consultant").  Other capitalized terms shall have the respective
meanings set forth elsewhere herein.

                              W I T N E S S E T H:

          WHEREAS, pursuant to the terms of a Management Termination Agreement
dated as of the date hereof (the "Termination Agreement"), LRC and the
Partnerships have terminated those certain Management Agreements between the
Partnerships, LRC and New Era Funding Corp. ("New Era") all dated as of March 4,
1993 (the "Management Agreements"); and

          WHEREAS, Consultant has been a director and officer of New Era for a
substantial period of time and by reason thereof has acquired experience and
knowledge of considerable value to LRC and the Partnerships; and

          WHEREAS, LRC and the Partnerships desire to obtain the benefit of
Consultant's experience and knowledge through the receipt of consulting services
from Consultant and Consultant is willing to render said consulting and advisory
services to LRC and the Partnerships pursuant to the terms and conditions set
forth herein.

          NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and
agreements hereinafter set forth, it is hereby covenanted and agreed as follows:

          1.   Consulting Duties.  (a) Consultant hereby agrees to act as a
consultant to LRC and the Partnerships and agrees to render such consulting and
advisory services as may reasonably be requested from time to time by members of
the Board of Directors of LRC and which are equivalent in nature to the
functions previously performed by Consultant on behalf of LRC and the
Partnerships pursuant to the Management Agreements, provided that Consultant
shall not be required to render such services for more than (i) thirty (30)
hours per week during the first three (3) months after the date hereof, and (ii)
twenty (20) hours per week thereafter through the remainder of the term of this
Agreement provided, further, that Consultant shall not be required to perform
any services which are not supervisory or executive in nature and which are
inconsistent with those services customarily performed by executive personnel.

          (b)   Except as provided in the Termination Agreement, nothing shall
prevent the Consultant from engaging in other activities including, without
limitation, the rendering of advice to third parties or the formation,
sponsorship or management of entities and businesses similar to or in
competition with the Partnerships, nor shall this Agreement limit or restrict
the right of Consultant to engage in any other business or to render services of
any kind to any other partnership, corporation, firm, individual, trust or
association; provided that such services do

not interfere with Consultant's ability to comply with the terms and conditions
of this Agreement.  Consultant shall be entitled to utilize the support
provided in Section 1(d) below in furtherance of such other activities provided
same does not interfere with Consultant's ability to perform functions on
behalf of the Partnership.

          (c)   LRC and the Partnerships hereby covenant and agree that the
Consultant shall be entitled to use the staff and resources of LRC and the
Partnerships to the extent the Consultant deems reasonably necessary to perform
his duties pursuant to this Agreement, and LRC and the Partnerships shall cause
their respective staffs to cooperate with consultant to satisfy the obligations
provided in this Section 1(c).

          (d)   LRC and the Partnerships hereby covenant and agree that during
the term of this Agreement, LRC and the Partnerships shall provide the
Consultant with office space, secretarial support and other equipment and
support which the Consultant deems reasonably necessary, including, without
limitation, telephone, furniture, computers and related equipment, software and
other items necessary for the performance of his duties.

          (e)   The Partnerships hereby covenant and agree to reimburse the
Consultant on a monthly basis for all expenses (including, without limitation,
travel, lodging, meals, mobile phones, attorneys' fees and expenses) incurred by
him on behalf of LRC and the Partnerships in furtherance of his duties under
this Agreement.

           2.   Relationship of Parties.  (a) The parties hereto agree that
Consultant is being retained as an independent contractor and that he shall not
be considered under the provisions of this Agreement or otherwise as having an
employee status and LRC and the Partnerships shall not withhold any amounts of
taxes or other items from the payments made to Consultant pursuant to Section 4
of this Agreement and Consultant shall be responsible for the payment of any
income taxes, social security taxes or other withholdings with respect to such
payments.

          (b)   The parties hereby agree that in the event that the Internal
Revenue Service (the "IRS") shall have finally determined, in a written notice
to LRC or the Partnerships, that (i) the relationship between LRC and the
Partnerships, on the one hand, and the Consultant, on the other hand, is an
employment relationship rather than an independent contractor relationship, and
(ii) that LRC and/or the Partnerships should have withheld income taxes, social
security taxes or other employee withholdings from the earnings of Consultant,
then Consultant shall promptly remit to LRC and the Partnerships such amounts as
the IRS shall have determined are due and owing to it and which should have been
withheld.  LRC and the Partnerships hereby agree that the Consultant, at his
election, shall be entitled to participate in the defense of the IRS proceeding
or action giving rise to Consultant's obligation to remit payment to LRC and the
Partnerships under this Section 2(b) and in the event Consultant shall be
required to remit any amounts in accordance with this Section 2(b), LRC and the
Partnerships shall execute such documents and take such additional action as
Consultant shall reasonably request in connection with Consultant's efforts to
recover any amounts paid by Consultant in respect of any self-employment, social
security or other tax paid by Consultant in respect of the consulting fees
received pursuant to Section 4 hereof.

           3.   Consulting Period.  Unless Consultant's services are terminated
pursuant to Section 5 hereof, the term of Consultant's services shall commence
on the date hereof and

shall continue until March 31, 1999, and shall be subject to renewal for
successive one (1) year periods upon agreement of the parties.

           4.   Consulting Fee.  In consideration of the services rendered by
Consultant under this Agreement, LRC and the Partnerships shall pay Consultant a
fee of One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000) for the nine (9) month
period from the Effective Date to March 31, 1997 and $200,000 per year for each
year thereafter of the initial term of this Agreement, and such additional
amount as shall be agreed upon by the parties for any additional term.  The
consulting fee described in this Section 4 shall be paid in equal monthly
installments on the first day of each month commencing on July 1, 1996.

           5.   Termination.  Consultant may only be terminated for "cause"
which shall mean (i) a knowing violation of law by the Consultant that
materially and adversely affects the Partnerships or the ability of the
Consultant to perform his duties under this Agreement, as determined by a court
of competent jurisdiction; (ii) a course of either intentional misconduct or
gross negligence by the Consultant in performing his duties under this
Agreement, as determined by a court of competent jurisdiction; or (iii) a
material breach of this Agreement by the Consultant, which has not been cured
for a period of thirty (30) days following receipt of written notice from the
Partnerships or LRC of either of their intent to terminate this Agreement for
cause, specifying the nature of such actions constituting cause, as determined
by a court of competent jurisdiction.

           6.   Indemnification by LRC and the Partnerships.  LRC and the
Partnerships hereby covenant and agree to indemnify and hold harmless the
Consultant and his successors, receivers, beneficiaries, assigns and affiliates,
from any and all liability, claims, damages or losses arising in the performance
of his duties hereunder, and related expenses, including reasonable attorneys'
fees, to the extent such liability, claims, damages or losses and related
expenses are not fully reimbursed by insurance.  Notwithstanding the foregoing,
the Consultant shall not be entitled to indemnification or be held harmless
pursuant to this Section 6 for any activity which the Consultant shall be
required to indemnify or hold harmless LRC or the Partnerships pursuant to
Section 7.

           7.   Indemnification by the Consultant.  The Consultant hereby
covenants and agrees to indemnify and hold harmless LRC and the Partnerships and
their respective shareholders, directors, officers, agents and affiliates from
any and all liability, claims, damages or losses and related expenses including
reasonable attorneys' fees to the extent that such liability, claims, damages or
losses and related expenses are not fully reimbursed by insurance and are
incurred by reason of the Consultant's bad faith, fraud, willful misfeasance,
gross negligence or reckless disregard of his duties hereunder, which such bad
faith, fraud, willful misfeasance, gross negligence or reckless disregard of
duties shall have been proven in a court of proper jurisdiction or admitted in
writing.

           8.   Notices.  Any notices required, permitted or desired to be given
hereunder shall be delivered personally, sent by overnight courier or mailed,
registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following
addresses, and shall be deemed to have been received on the day of personal
delivery, one business day after deposit with an overnight courier or three
business days after deposit in the mail:

                 If to Company:       Lease Resolution Corporation
                                      1300 East Woodfield Road
                                      Suite 312
                                      Schaumburg, Illinois 60173
                                      Attn:  President

                 with a copy to:      Wolin & Rosen
                                      Two North LaSalle Street
                                      Suite 1776
                                      Chicago, Illinois 60602
                                      Attn:  Philip Wolin, Esq.

                 If to Consultant:    Mr. Douglas E. Van Scoy
                                      450 Circle Lane
                                      Lake Forest, Illinois 60045

                 with a copy to:      Saitlin, Patzik, Frank & Samotny Ltd.
                                      150 South Wacker Drive
                                      Suite 900
                                      Chicago, Illinois 60606
                                      Attn:  Alan B. Patzik, Esq.

           9.   Assignment.  Neither party to this Agreement may assign or
delegate any of its rights or obligations hereunder without first obtaining the
written consent of the other party, provided, however, that Consultant shall be
permitted to assign his rights under this Agreement to any entity controlled by
Consultant.

          10.   Amendment and Modification.  No amendment or modification of the
terms of this Agreement shall be binding upon either party unless reduced to
writing and signed by Consultant and a duly authorized officer of LRC.

          11.   Counterparts.  This Agreement may be executed in two or more
counterparts, any one of which shall be deemed the original without reference to
the others.

          12.   Severability.  In the event that any provision or portion of
this Agreement shall be determined to be invalid or unenforceable for any
reason, the remaining provisions and portions of this Agreement shall be
unaffected thereby and shall remain in full force and effect to the fullest
extent permitted by law.

          13.   Waiver.  The failure of either party to insist, in any one or
more instances, upon performance of the terms or conditions of this Agreement
shall not be construed as a waiver or relinquishment of any right granted
hereunder or of the future performance of any such term, covenant or condition.

          14.   Headings.  Headings of the paragraphs in this Agreement are for
reference purposes only and shall not be deemed to have any substantive effect.

          15.   Governing Law.  The provisions of this Agreement shall be
construed in accordance with the internal laws and not the choice of laws
provisions of the State of Illinois.

          16.   Final Agreement.  This Agreement, together with those documents
expressly referred to herein, constitute the final agreement of the parties
concerning the matters referred to herein, and supersede all prior agreements
and understandings.

          17.   Attorney's Fees and Costs.  If litigation is required to enforce
the terms of this Agreement, then in addition to such relief as may be awarded
by the Court in such a case, the prevailing party or parties shall be entitled
to recover their reasonable attorneys fees and costs incurred therein.

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Consulting
Agreement as of the day and year first above written.

                                                     CONSULTANT

                                                     /s/ Douglas E. Van Scoy
                                                     -------------------------- 
                                                     Douglas E. Van Scoy

LEASE RESOLUTION CORPORATION, FOR ITSELF
AND ON BEHALF OF DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND
XVI, L.P., DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XVII, L.P.,
DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XVIII, L.P.,
DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XIX, L.P.,
DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XX, L.P., AND
DATRONIC FINANCE INCOME FUND I., L.P.

By:  /s/ Donald D. Torisky               
     -------------------------   
       Authorized Officer

                       CONSULTING AGREEMENT  (EXHIBIT B)

          This CONSULTING AGREEMENT (this "Agreement") which shall have an
effective date of July 1, 1996 (the "Effective Date"), is made and entered into
by and between  LEASE RESOLUTION CORPORATION, a Delaware not-for-profit
corporation ("LRC"), individually and on behalf of each of DATRONIC EQUIPMENT
INCOME FUND XVI, L.P., DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XVII, L.P., DATRONIC
EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XVIII, L.P., DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XIX, L.P.,
DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XX, L.P., and DATRONIC FINANCE INCOME FUND I,
L.P. (each, a "Partnership" and collectively the "Partnerships"), and KENNETH B.
DROST ("Consultant").  Other capitalized terms shall have the respective
meanings set forth elsewhere herein.

                              W I T N E S S E T H:

          WHEREAS, pursuant to the terms of a Management Termination Agreement
dated as of the date hereof (the "Termination Agreement"), LRC and the
Partnerships have terminated those certain Management Agreements between the
Partnerships, LRC and New Era Funding Corp. ("New Era") all dated as of March 4,
1993 (the "Management Agreements"); and

          WHEREAS, Consultant has been a director and officer of New Era for a
substantial period of time and by reason thereof has acquired experience and
knowledge of considerable value to LRC and the Partnerships; and

          WHEREAS, LRC and the Partnerships desire to obtain the benefit of
Consultant's experience and knowledge through the receipt of consulting services
from Consultant and Consultant is willing to render said consulting and advisory
services to LRC and the Partnerships pursuant to the terms and conditions set
forth herein.

          NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and
agreements hereinafter set forth, it is hereby covenanted and agreed as follows:

           1.   Consulting Duties.  (a) Consultant hereby agrees to act as a
consultant to LRC and the Partnerships and agrees to render such consulting and
advisory services as may reasonably be requested from time to time by members of
the Board of Directors of LRC and which are equivalent in nature to the
functions previously performed by Consultant on behalf of LRC and the
Partnerships pursuant to the Management Agreements, provided that Consultant
shall not be required to render such services for more than (i) thirty (30)
hours per week during the first three (3) months after the date hereof, and (ii)
twenty (20) hours per week thereafter through the remainder of the term of this
Agreement provided, further, that Consultant shall not be required to perform
any services which are not supervisory or executive in nature and which are
inconsistent with those services customarily performed by executive personnel.

          (b)   Except as provided in the Termination Agreement, nothing shall
prevent the Consultant from engaging in other activities including, without
limitation, the rendering of advice to third parties or the formation,
sponsorship or management of entities and businesses similar to or in
competition with the Partnerships, nor shall this Agreement limit or restrict
the right of Consultant to engage in any other business or to render services of
any kind to any other partnership, corporation, firm, individual, trust or
association; provided that such services do not interfere with Consultant's
ability to comply with the terms and conditions of this Agreement.  Consultant
shall be entitled to utilize the support provided in Section 1(d) below in
furtherance of such other activities provided same does not interfere with
Consultant's ability to perform functions on behalf of the Partnership.

          (c)   LRC and the Partnerships hereby covenant and agree that the
Consultant shall be entitled to use the staff and resources of LRC and the
Partnerships to the extent the Consultant deems reasonably necessary to perform
his duties pursuant to this Agreement, and LRC and the Partnerships shall cause
their respective staffs to cooperate with consultant to satisfy the obligations
provided in this Section 1(c).

          (d)   LRC and the Partnerships hereby covenant and agree that during
the term of this Agreement, LRC and the Partnerships shall provide the
Consultant with office space, secretarial support and other equipment and
support which the Consultant deems reasonably necessary, including, without
limitation, telephone, furniture, computers and related equipment, software and
other items necessary for the performance of his duties.

          (e)   The Partnerships hereby covenant and agree to reimburse the
Consultant on a monthly basis for all expenses (including, without limitation,
travel, lodging, meals, attorneys' fees and expenses) incurred by him on behalf
of LRC and the Partnerships in furtherance of his duties under this Agreement.

           2.   Relationship of Parties.  (a) The parties hereto agree that
Consultant is being retained as an independent contractor and that he shall not
be considered under the provisions of this Agreement or otherwise as having an
employee status and LRC and the Partnerships shall not withhold any amounts of
taxes or other items from the payments made to Consultant pursuant to Section 4
of this Agreement and Consultant shall be responsible for the payment of any
income taxes, social security taxes or other withholdings with respect to such
payments.

          (b)   The parties hereby agree that in the event that the Internal
Revenue Service (the "IRS") shall have finally determined, in a written notice
to LRC or the Partnerships, that (i) the relationship between LRC and the
Partnerships, on the one hand, and the Consultant, on the other hand, is an
employment relationship rather than an independent contractor relationship, and
(ii) that LRC and/or the Partnerships should have withheld income taxes, social
security taxes or other employee withholdings from the earnings of Consultant,
then Consultant shall promptly remit to LRC and the Partnerships such amounts as
the IRS shall have determined are due and owing to it and which should have been
withheld.  LRC and the Partnerships hereby agree that the Consultant, at his
election, shall be entitled to participate in the defense of the IRS proceeding
or action giving rise to Consultant's obligation to remit payment to LRC and the
Partnerships under this Section 2(b) and in the event Consultant shall be
required to remit any amounts in accordance with this Section 2(b), LRC and the
Partnerships shall execute such documents and take such additional action as
Consultant shall reasonably request in connection with Consultant's efforts to
recover any amounts paid by Consultant in respect of any self-employment, social
security or other tax paid by Consultant in respect of the consulting fees
received pursuant to Section 4 hereof.

           3.   Consulting Period.  Unless Consultant's services are terminated
pursuant to Section 5 hereof, the term of Consultant's services shall commence
on the date hereof and shall continue until March 31, 1999, and shall be subject
to renewal for successive one (1) year periods upon agreement of the parties.

           4.   Consulting Fee.  In consideration of the services rendered by
Consultant under this Agreement, LRC and the Partnerships shall pay Consultant a
fee of One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000) for the nine (9) month
period from the Effective Date to March 31, 1997 and $200,000 per year for each
year thereafter of the initial term of this Agreement, and such additional
amount as shall be agreed upon by the parties for any additional

term.  The consulting fee described in this Section 4 shall be paid in equal
monthly installments on the first day of each month commencing on July 1, 1996.

           5.   Termination.  Consultant may only be terminated for "cause"
which shall mean (i) a knowing violation of law by the Consultant that
materially and adversely affects the Partnerships or the ability of the
Consultant to perform his duties under this Agreement, as determined by a court
of competent jurisdiction; (ii) a course of either intentional misconduct or
gross negligence by the Consultant in performing his duties under this
Agreement, as determined by a court of competent jurisdiction; or (iii) a
material breach of this Agreement by the Consultant, which has not been cured
for a period of thirty (30) days following receipt of written notice from the
Partnerships or LRC of either of their intent to terminate this Agreement for
cause, specifying the nature of such actions constituting cause, as determined
by a court of competent jurisdiction.

           6.   Indemnification by LRC and the Partnerships.  LRC and the
Partnerships hereby covenant and agree to indemnify and hold harmless the
Consultant and his successors, receivers, beneficiaries, assigns and affiliates,
from any and all liability, claims, damages or losses arising in the performance
of his duties hereunder, and related expenses, including reasonable attorneys'
fees, to the extent such liability, claims, damages or losses and related
expenses are not fully reimbursed by insurance.  Notwithstanding the foregoing,
the Consultant shall not be entitled to indemnification or be held harmless
pursuant to this Section 6 for any activity which the Consultant shall be
required to indemnify or hold harmless LRC or the Partnerships pursuant to
Section 7.

           7.   Indemnification by the Consultant.  The Consultant hereby
covenants and agrees to indemnify and hold harmless LRC and the Partnerships and
their respective shareholders, directors, officers, agents and affiliates from
any and all liability, claims, damages or losses and related expenses including
reasonable attorneys' fees to the extent that such liability, claims, damages or
losses and related expenses are not fully reimbursed by insurance and are
incurred by reason of the Consultant's bad faith, fraud, willful misfeasance,
gross negligence or reckless disregard of his duties hereunder, which such bad
faith, fraud, willful misfeasance, gross negligence or reckless disregard of
duties shall have been proven in a court of proper jurisdiction or admitted in
writing.

           8.   Notices.  Any notices required, permitted or desired to be given
hereunder shall be delivered personally, sent by overnight courier or mailed,
registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following
addresses, and shall be deemed to have been received on the day of personal
delivery, one business day after deposit with an overnight courier or three
business days after deposit in the mail:

          If to Company:   Lease Resolution Corporation
                           1300 East Woodfield Road
                           Suite 312
                           Schaumburg, Illinois 60173
                           Attn:  President

          with a copy to:  Wolin & Rosen
                           Two North LaSalle Street
                           Suite 1776
                           Chicago, Illinois 60602
                           Attn:  Philip Wolin, Esq.

          If to Consultant:    Mr. Kenneth B. Drost
                               New Era Funding Corp.
                               2345 Pembroke Avenue
                               Hoffman Estates, Illinois

          with a copy to:      Saitlin, Patzik, Frank & Samotny Ltd.
                               150 South Wacker Drive
                               Suite 900
                               Chicago, Illinois 60606
                               Attn:  Alan B. Patzik, Esq.

           9.   Assignment.  Neither party to this Agreement may assign or
delegate any of its rights or obligations hereunder without first obtaining the
written consent of the other party, provided, however, that Consultant shall be
permitted to assign his rights under this Agreement to any entity controlled by
Consultant.

          10.   Amendment and Modification.  No amendment or modification of the
terms of this Agreement shall be binding upon either party unless reduced to
writing and signed by Consultant and a duly authorized officer of LRC.

          11.   Counterparts.  This Agreement may be executed in two or more
counterparts, any one of which shall be deemed the original without reference to
the others.

          12.   Severability.  In the event that any provision or portion of
this Agreement shall be determined to be invalid or unenforceable for any
reason, the remaining provisions and portions of this Agreement shall be
unaffected thereby and shall remain in full force and effect to the fullest
extent permitted by law.

          13.   Waiver.  The failure of either party to insist, in any one or
more instances, upon performance of the terms or conditions of this Agreement
shall not be construed as a waiver or relinquishment of any right granted
hereunder or of the future performance of any such term, covenant or condition.

          14.   Headings.  Headings of the paragraphs in this Agreement are for
reference purposes only and shall not be deemed to have any substantive effect.

          15.   Governing Law.  The provisions of this Agreement shall be
construed in accordance with the internal laws and not the choice of laws
provisions of the State of Illinois.

          16.   Final Agreement.  This Agreement, together with those documents
expressly referred to herein, constitute the final agreement of the parties
concerning the matters referred to herein, and supersede all prior agreements
and understandings.

          17.   Attorney's Fees and Costs.  If litigation is required to enforce
the terms of this Agreement, then in addition to such relief as may be awarded
by the Court in such a case, the prevailing party or parties shall be entitled
to recover their reasonable attorneys fees and costs incurred therein.

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Consulting
Agreement as of the day and year first above written.

                                              CONSULTANT

                                              /s/ Kenneth B. Drost
                                              ------------------------------  
                                              Kenneth B. Drost

LEASE RESOLUTION CORPORATION, FOR ITSELF
AND ON BEHALF OF DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND
XVI, L.P., DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XVII, L.P.,
DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XVIII, L.P.,
DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XIX, L.P.,
DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XX, L.P., AND
DATRONIC FINANCE INCOME FUND I., L.P.

By:   /s/ Donald D. Torisky                 
      --------------------------   
        Authorized Officer

 

Basic Info X:

Name: MANAGEMENT TERMINATION AGREEMENT
Type: Management Termination Agreement
Date: March 26, 1997
Company: DATRONIC EQUIPMENT INCOME FUND XVI L P
State: Delaware

Other info:

Date:

  • December 1 , 1996
  • September 1 , 1993
  • fiscal year 1997
  • September 1 , 1996
  • October 1 , 1996
  • April 1 , 1996
  • September 30 , 1996
  • 111496
  • 15 16
  • March 4 , 1993
  • March 31 , 1999
  • March 31 , 1997
  • July 1 , 1996

Organization:

  • Three Million Two Hundred Thousand Dollars
  • LaSalle National Bank
  • Place of Closing
  • Warranties of New Era
  • Datronic Rental Corporation
  • Third Party Claim
  • Pembroke Limited Partnership
  • Employee Benefit Plans
  • United States District Court
  • Northern District of Illinois
  • Pembroke Avenue Hoffman Estates
  • Management Termination Agreement
  • Board of Directors of LRC
  • Internal Revenue Service
  • Lease Resolution Corporation 1300 East Woodfield Road Suite
  • Wolin & Rosen Two North LaSalle Street Suite 1776 Chicago
  • Drost New Era Funding Corp.
  • Frank & Samotny Ltd.
  • South Wacker Drive Suite
  • State of Illinois

Location:

  • New Era
  • Van Scoy
  • Indemnitee
  • Hoffman Estates
  • Buckley
  • Delaware
  • Schaumburg
  • Patzik
  • Chicago
  • Illinois
  • Esq
  • L.P.

Money:

  • $ 3,200,000
  • $ 1,000,000
  • $ 25,000
  • $ 35,000
  • $ 34,000.00
  • $ 30,000.00
  • $ 64,000.00
  • $ 150,000
  • $ 200,000

Person:

  • John Ventre
  • KENNETH B. DROST sDouglas E. Van Scoy
  • DOUGLAS E. VAN SCOY sStephan S. Buckley
  • Philip Wolin
  • Hoffman Estates
  • Alan B. Patzik
  • Donald D. Torisky

Time:

  • 10:00 a.m.

Percent:

  • 50 %