Peters has served as our Chairman of the Board since July 2006, Chief Executive Officer since April 2006 and President since June 2007. Peters served as director of NNN Apartment REIT, Inc. Peters served as President and Chief Executive Officer of G REIT, Inc. has served as our SVP, Acquisitions since May 2016. Atkinson served as the Company’s Director of Acquisitions from September 2012 – May 2016. Atkinson joined the Company in 2012 and comes from a focused background in medical office and general office real estate investments. Atkinson served JDM Partners in her position as Real Estate Investment Specialist from June 2010 – September 2012. Atkinson was a medical office and general office investment broker for Grubb & Ellis BRE Commercial. Atkinson holds a BS degree in Finance from Arizona State University. He previously served as our Director of Financial Planning & Analysis since December 2013 and Assistant Controller since July 2012, when he joined the Company. Gershenson previously had served in various roles at BDO USA, LLP (formerly BDO Seidman, LLP) between October 2003 and June 2012, ultimately achieving the title of Senior Manager of Assurance Services, where he was focused on audits of public and private enterprises in the real estate, financial services, and insurance industries. Gershenson is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of California (inactive) and holds a B. degree in Accountancy from California State University, Northridge. degree in Business from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana and a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of North Carolina School of Law. Blair is a member of the American Bar Association and the North Carolina Bar Association. Until November of 2008, when he completed a process of dissolution, he served for five years as the Chief Executive Officer of WCH, Inc., formerly Candlewood Hotel Company, Inc., having served as its Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Secretary since 1995. Since 1998 he has served as an executive consultant with D. He is also director, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation, a nonprofit foundation established for the purpose of supporting scientific research. from December 2001 to January 2008 and has served as chairman of the trustees of G REIT Liquidating Trust since January 2008. He returned to GE in November of 2013, joining the GE Healthcare team to be responsible for the GE/NFL brain research effort which he was instrumental in starting before his retirement.He served as the Chief Executive Officer, President and a director of Grubb & Ellis Company, or Grubb & Ellis, our former sponsor, from December 2007 to July 2008, and as the Chief Executive Officer, President and director of NNN Realty Advisors, a wholly owned subsidiary of Grubb & Ellis, from its formation in September 2006. Peters served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Triple Net Properties, Inc. from 2005 to 2006, having previously served as the company’s Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer from September 2004. Peters served as Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and a director of Golf Trust of America, Inc. has served as an independent director of the Company since September 2006. Blair served as the Chief Executive Officer, President and Chairman of the board of directors of Golf Trust of America, Inc. (NYSE MKT LLC: PTX)) from the time of its formation as a REIT and initial public offering in 1997 until his resignation and retirement in November 2007. Blair managed the acquisition, operation, leasing and disposition of the assets of the portfolio. Blair served as Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel for The Legends Group. Blair was responsible for all aspects of operations, including acquisitions, development and marketing. Blair was the managing partner at Blair Conaway Bograd & Martin, P. has served as an independent director of the Company since September 2006. De Wald was with the international accounting and auditing firm of KPMG, LLP, where he served at various times as an audit partner, a member of their board of directors and the managing partner of the Orange County, Los Angeles, and Chicago offices. De Wald has served as Chairman and director of both the United Way of Greater Los Angeles and the United Way of Orange County California. During his tenure with Candlewood Hotel Company, Inc., Mr. Peterson & Associates in Houston, Texas, providing counsel to select clients on leadership, management, governance and strategy, and is the author of The Mathis Maxims, Lessons in Leadership. Mathis held numerous leadership positions in organizations charged with planning and directing the future of healthcare delivery in the United States. Mathis was the founding President and Chief Executive Officer of The Methodist Hospital System in Houston, Texas, having served that institution in various executive positions for 27 years, including the last 14 years as Chief Executive Officer before his retirement in 1997. From October 1999 to December 2001, he was a partner in Warmington Wescombe Realty Partners in Costa Mesa, California, where he focused on real estate investments and financing strategies. Wescombe was a partner with Ernst & Young, LLP (previously Kenneth Leventhal & Company) from 1970 to 1999. During Foss’s career at GE he held many positions, the last of which was President, Olympic Sponsorship and Corporate Sales, a post he held from 2003 until his retirement in 2013.

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Peters served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Pacific Holding Company (LSR) in Los Angeles. Peters served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Castle & Cooke Properties, Inc. Between July 2004 and August 2005, she served as a Senior Project Analyst for Weyerhaeuser Realty Investors in Irvine, California. Houghton participated in mergers and acquisitions structuring and valuation at RSM Equi Co in Costa Mesa, California and business and intangible asset valuation at Bernstein, Conklin & Balcombe in Dallas, Texas. He is a member of several organizations, including the Board of Overseers – Indiana University Kelley School of Business’ Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence, (BOMA) Building Owners and Managers Association, (IREM) Institute of Real Estate Management, (IMGMA) Indiana Medical Group Management Association, and (ULI) Urban Land Institute. has served as an independent director of the Company since September 2006. Fix also serves as a director of First Foundation, Inc., First Foundation Bank, Accel Networks, and CT Realty Investors. degree from Claremont Mc Kenna College and is a graduate of the UCLA Executive Management Program, the Stanford Financial Management Program, the UCLA Anderson Corporate Director Program, and the Stanford Directors’ Consortium. Mathis has served as an independent director of the Company since April 2007. He manages and develops real estate operating properties through American Oak Properties, LLC, where he is a principal. — Independent Director Peter Foss retired from GE in March of 2013, completing a 36-year career.

Houghton provided acquisitions, asset management, and disposition support in her position as Senior Analyst at ING Clarion in Boston, Massachusetts. He is a recognized real estate executive, who has successfully completed complicated medical office development projects and joint ventures. Konkoli received a BA degree from Baldwin-Wallace College and graduated from the Hoosier Fellows Leadership Program at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University. degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Notre Dame and is a member of its Mendoza School of Business Advisory Council. De Wald is a Certified Public Accountant (inactive), and is a member of the California Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. degree in Social Sciences from Pittsburg State University and a M. degree in Health Administration from Washington University in St. has served as an independent director of the Company since October 2006. degree in Accounting and Finance from San Jose State University and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and California Society of Certified Public Accountants.

If there is a change in fiduciaries, a majority of the continuing fiduciaries may elect to adjust the carrying values to reflect the fair market value of the assets at the beginning of their administration.

If such election is made, it must be reflected on the first accounting filed after the election.

The term includes a portion of receipts from a sale, exchange, or liquidation of a principal asset, to the extent provided in ss. 738.503.“Income interest” means the right of an income beneficiary to receive all or part of net income, whether the terms of the trust require the net income to be distributed or authorize the net income to be distributed in the trustee’s discretion.“Net income” means the total receipts allocated to income during an accounting period minus the disbursements made from income during the period, plus or minus transfers under this chapter to or from income during the period.“Person” means an individual, corporation, business trust, estate, trust, partnership, limited liability company, association, joint venture, public corporation, or any other legal or commercial entity or a government or governmental subdivision, agency, or instrumentality.“Terms of a trust” means the manifestation of the intent of a grantor or decedent with respect to the trust, expressed in a manner that admits of its proof in a judicial proceeding, whether by written or spoken words or by conduct.

May administer a trust or estate by the exercise of a discretionary power of administration given to the fiduciary by the terms of the trust or the will, even if the exercise of the power produces a result different from a result required or permitted by this chapter.

“Accounting period” means a calendar year unless another 12-month period is selected by a fiduciary.

The term includes a portion of a calendar year or other 12-month period that begins when an income interest begins or ends when an income interest ends.“Carrying value” means the fair market value at the time the assets are received by the fiduciary.

6.) George Fisher Baker (1840-1931) was born in Troy, N. "Baker was one of the founders of the First National Bank of New York in 1863 and became (1877) its president and then (1909) chairman of its board of directors... The most notable were million to found and support the Harvard graduate school of business administration; million to Cornell Univ.;

May administer a trust or estate by the exercise of a discretionary power of administration given to the fiduciary by the terms of the trust or the will, even if the exercise of the power produces a result different from a result required or permitted by this chapter.“Accounting period” means a calendar year unless another 12-month period is selected by a fiduciary.The term includes a portion of a calendar year or other 12-month period that begins when an income interest begins or ends when an income interest ends.“Carrying value” means the fair market value at the time the assets are received by the fiduciary. 6.) George Fisher Baker (1840-1931) was born in Troy, N. "Baker was one of the founders of the First National Bank of New York in 1863 and became (1877) its president and then (1909) chairman of its board of directors... The most notable were $6 million to found and support the Harvard graduate school of business administration; $2 million to Cornell Univ.; $1 million to build the Baker Memorial Library at Dartmouth; and the money for Baker Field of Columbia." (George Fisher Baker. Hyde, Vice President of the Equitable Life Assurance Society; and H. Porter, Jr., who "practically succeeds his father," a past director of the bank. He was elected a director of the First National Bank of Chicago in 1903, along with James H. 14, 1903.) Max May came to the Guaranty Trust from the First National Bank of Chicago in 1904. Since you cannot revoke or change an irrevocable trust, your creditors have no greater power to unwind your trust and reclaim its assets.

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May administer a trust or estate by the exercise of a discretionary power of administration given to the fiduciary by the terms of the trust or the will, even if the exercise of the power produces a result different from a result required or permitted by this chapter.

“Accounting period” means a calendar year unless another 12-month period is selected by a fiduciary.

The term includes a portion of a calendar year or other 12-month period that begins when an income interest begins or ends when an income interest ends.“Carrying value” means the fair market value at the time the assets are received by the fiduciary.

6.) George Fisher Baker (1840-1931) was born in Troy, N. "Baker was one of the founders of the First National Bank of New York in 1863 and became (1877) its president and then (1909) chairman of its board of directors... The most notable were $6 million to found and support the Harvard graduate school of business administration; $2 million to Cornell Univ.; $1 million to build the Baker Memorial Library at Dartmouth; and the money for Baker Field of Columbia." (George Fisher Baker. Hyde, Vice President of the Equitable Life Assurance Society; and H. Porter, Jr., who "practically succeeds his father," a past director of the bank.

He was elected a director of the First National Bank of Chicago in 1903, along with James H. 14, 1903.) Max May came to the Guaranty Trust from the First National Bank of Chicago in 1904.

Since you cannot revoke or change an irrevocable trust, your creditors have no greater power to unwind your trust and reclaim its assets.

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May administer a trust or estate by the exercise of a discretionary power of administration given to the fiduciary by the terms of the trust or the will, even if the exercise of the power produces a result different from a result required or permitted by this chapter.

“Accounting period” means a calendar year unless another 12-month period is selected by a fiduciary.

The term includes a portion of a calendar year or other 12-month period that begins when an income interest begins or ends when an income interest ends.“Carrying value” means the fair market value at the time the assets are received by the fiduciary.

6.) George Fisher Baker (1840-1931) was born in Troy, N. "Baker was one of the founders of the First National Bank of New York in 1863 and became (1877) its president and then (1909) chairman of its board of directors... The most notable were $6 million to found and support the Harvard graduate school of business administration; $2 million to Cornell Univ.; $1 million to build the Baker Memorial Library at Dartmouth; and the money for Baker Field of Columbia." (George Fisher Baker. Hyde, Vice President of the Equitable Life Assurance Society; and H. Porter, Jr., who "practically succeeds his father," a past director of the bank.

million to build the Baker Memorial Library at Dartmouth; and the money for Baker Field of Columbia." (George Fisher Baker. Hyde, Vice President of the Equitable Life Assurance Society; and H. Porter, Jr., who "practically succeeds his father," a past director of the bank.

He was elected a director of the First National Bank of Chicago in 1903, along with James H. 14, 1903.) Max May came to the Guaranty Trust from the First National Bank of Chicago in 1904.

Since you cannot revoke or change an irrevocable trust, your creditors have no greater power to unwind your trust and reclaim its assets.