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David H. Weener Elected Chairman of the Bentley College Board of Trustees' Business and Finance Committee

June 7, 1998

WALTHAM, Mass. - David H. Weener of Andover has been elected chairman of the Bentley College Board of Trustees' Business and Finance Committee. A 1972 graduate of the college, Weener has been a member of the board since 1997.

Weener is president and principal owner of Nucon Capital Corporation, a privately held investment and management firm in Boston. Nucon specializes in the purchasing, restructuring and re-selling of companies. Prior to co-founding Nucon in 1984, Weener served as the chief financial officer of Semicon, Inc., and as Herriott Companies' vice president for finance.

In December 1993, he established the David and Elayne Weener Scholarship Fund.

Weener is currently a director of Samuel Cabot, Inc., Commercial Finance Association, and the Lawrence General Hospital Health Enterprise. He is also an overseer and executive committee member of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

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