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U-haul Co.

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U-haul Co.

2727 North Central Avenue

Phoenix, Arizona,85004

United States

Company Description

Since 1945, U-Haul has been the No. 1 choice of do-it-yourself movers with a network of more than 20,000 locations across all 50 states and 10 Canadian provinces. U-Haul customers' patronage has enabled the U-Haul fleet to grow to more than 135,000 trucks, 107... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Flight Instructor

TransPac Aviation Academy


Affiliations

Merrymeeting Audubon Society

Active Member


Education

Masters of Accounting

University of North Carolina's Kenan-Flagler Business School


Web References(10 Total References)


www.ducktrapbay.com

Wayne Robbins
A native of Bath, Maine, Wayne Robbins has been teaching biology at Morse High School since 1969. His avocation, woodcarving, began in his youth when he spent many enjoyable hours whittling wood scraps into various creatures of nature. After completing three years in the Army and having served as a helicopter pilot in Vietnam, he returned to Bath with his family. He soon resumed his hobby as a woodcarver during his spare time, developing his skills and establishing his own style. His lifelong awe of the "gentle giants of the sea" naturally served to inspire his work. He studies whales and seals, as well as sea and shore birds, through books, whale watches and regular bird watching ventures. Wayne has been an active member of the Merrymeeting Audubon Society for over 30 years. Both he and his wife are volunteers for the Northeast Marine Mammal Stranding Network. Each spring they are called to rescue orphaned seal pups for possible rehabilitation at the New England Aquarium in Boston. Recently Wayne has been employed summers by the American Institute for Creative Education to teach a weeklong workshop for educators at the Maine Maritime Museum. Wayne's unique ability to represent his subject realistically has grown out of years of study and respect for the complexities of nature. He uses the grain of such woods as teak, mahogany, walnut, cherry and linden to enhance a sense of motion and grace in his carvings. Through hours of laborious sanding, he achieves an extraordinarily smooth and satiny finish. Wayne displays his art primarily at Ducktrap Bay Trading Co. in Camden and at his home. Wayne and his wife Lynn are the parents of two children, Kelly and Tim and now have five grandchildren.


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Wayne Robbins, Corporate Operator
Wayne Robbins Wayne began ATP's Airline Career Pilot Program on November 7, 2011, and then instructed at another flight school. Corporate Operator hired Wayne 23 months after starting training with ATP. Total fixed cost for airline training program: $49,995. He is flying a Beechjet 400A for U Haul's corporate flight department.


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Wayne Robbins was born and raised in Pinehurst, North Carolina, and received his Masters of Accounting from the University of North Carolina's Kenan-Flagler Business School.
He currently owns and runs an industrial production company, Prosody Entertainment, through which he has produced, written and directed approximately twenty industrial projects for clients including PricewaterhouseCoopers, the YMCA, Columbia University, Planitax, Inc. and outdoor outfitter Northwest Voyageurs. He also served as TV pilots programmer for the Vail Film Festival for several years. He was recently a cinematographer for the upcoming documentary Convention directed by AJ Schnack (Kurt Cobain: About a Son) and is producing documentary The Death of Reasonable Doubt for director Terry Benedict. As an actor he most recently appeared in Mystery ER on Discovery Health Channel and makes his feature debut in a lead role in the upcoming Office of the Dead (2009). He trains theatrically with Lesly Kahn & Company and improvises at bang Improv Studio, where he has appeared in many shows, including The Short Bus, The Truth, Millie's Calvacade of Endless Talent and Jews vs. Christians. As a writer, his first feature screenplay, Playing Through, was optioned to an affiliate producer of Warner Brothers and he has been nominated for the Showtime Tony Cox Screenwriting award, the IFP Market Pipe Dream Screenwriting Award and the International Family Film Festival Screenwriting Award.


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Wayne Robbins
Ducktrap Bay Trading Co. 37 Bay View Street - Camden, ME 04843 1-800-560-9568 Wayne Robbins A native of Bath, Maine, Wayne Robbins has been teaching biology at Morse High School since 1969. His avocation, woodcarving, began in his youth when he spent many enjoyable hours whittling wood scraps into various creatures of nature. After completing three years in the Army and having served as a helicopter pilot in Vietnam, he returned to Bath with his family. He soon resumed his hobby as a woodcarver during his spare time, developing his skills and establishing his own style. His lifelong awe of the “gentle giants of the sea†naturally served to inspire his work. He studies whales and seals, as well as sea and shore birds, through books, whale watches and regular bird watching ventures. Wayne has been an active member of the Merrymeeting Audubon Society for over 30 years. Both he and his wife are volunteers for the Northeast Marine Mammal Stranding Network. Each spring they are called to rescue orphaned seal pups for possible rehabilitation at the New England Aquarium in Boston. Recently Wayne has been employed summers by the American Institute for Creative Education to teach a weeklong workshop for educators at the Maine Maritime Museum. Wayne’s unique ability to represent his subject realistically has grown out of years of study and respect for the complexities of nature. He uses the grain of such woods as teak, mahogany, walnut, cherry and linden to enhance a sense of motion and grace in his carvings. Through hours of laborious sanding, he achieves an extraordinarily smooth and satiny finish. Wayne displays his art primarily at Ducktrap Bay Trading Co. in Camden and at his home. Wayne and his wife Lynn are the parents of two children, Kelly and Tim and now have five grandchildren.


www.mainemaritimemuseum.org

Carving an Heirloom Whale with Wayne RobbinsMaine Maritime Museum: EventCarving an Heirloom Whale with Wayne RobbinsCarving an Heirloom Whale with Wayne Robbins AUGUST 16 & 17, 10 AM - 2 PMWayne Robbins, well known mammal sculptor, marine biologist, naturalist, and educator will teach the techniques to sculpt a ten inch sperm whale from a block of basswood and finish it to a beautiful luster with stain and wax.


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