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Board of Directors

Brent LeMaireBrent LeMaier

Bel Air Corvette Club

Mike Woods
Mike Woods

Walt Sperl
Walt Sperl

Joe VastaJoe Vasta

Michele VastaMichele Vasta

Terry PottsTerry Potts

Henry JonesHenry Jones

Cat WoodsCat Woods


President - Brent LeMaire

Brent has been a Harford County resident for almost 40 years and lives in Bel Air. He works for the North Atlantic Division of the US Army Corps of Engineers and is stationed at Aberdeen Proving Ground.

Brent was taught to drive by his grandfather in a 1953 Dodge with a Hydra-Matic transmission which used a conventional clutch to shift into and out of gear but shifted as an automatic in gear.

Brent first car was a 65 Mustang which he crashed head-on in to a tree while driving on a gravel road. He also flipped a '62 Ford Fairlane while drifting (note to self: Stop Drifting!) .    Brent has owned 3 Corvettes, a '76, a '99 and currently a '06 supercharged Z51. He also rides a Harley Davidson Road King.

Brent's hobbies are drag racing, he's an avid pinochle player, likes Texas Hold'em, spending time with his grand kids and giving auto-x a try.


Vice-President - Terry Potts

Terry has been a member of BACC for 4 years, joining the club not long after purchasing his first Corvette, a 1993 Ruby Red Coupe. Recently, he upgraded to a 2004 Magnetic Red Metallic convertible.

Terry has lived in Havre de Grace since 2003 after moving to the area from Pittsburgh. He is a Senior Bridge Inspector for a large Philadelphia consulting engineering firm. His local office is located in the Warehouse at Camden Yards with a window on the field side of the building.

He has one grown daughter who resides in Sidney, Nebraska. 


Secretary - Cat Woods

Cat was born and raised in Maryland and has lived in Bel Air since 1990. She enjoyed teaching at Bel Air Middle School for 14 years. Since teaching, she has been a stay-at-home mom to 4 dogs, 3 cats, 1 pig, 2 human kids and her husband, Mike.


Treasurer - Mike Woods

Michael is originally from the deep south - outside of Atlanta. He graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1986 and served for 20 years as a Navy radar submarine officer and a Pentagon staff officer. Michael graduated from George Mason School of Law in 2006 and is an attorney at Winston & Straw LLP in Washington, D. C. Michael lives in Bel Air with Cat and far too many grown children and animals. He loves driving his red 2007 Corvette coupe - when Cat isn't driving it.  .


Activities Chair - Michele Vasta

Michele is a lifelong resident of Maryland and has been a member of BACC since the mid-1980s when she & Joe purchased their first Corvette. Over the last decade, Michele has been actively involved in BACC 'POC'ing the Ladies' monthly lunches and the Golden Corral breakfasts. For the past few years she has also coordinated the CARE packages sent to military from Harford County stationed overseas. She is an active competitor and has been in the top ten competitors in the NCCC East Region for a number of years.


Sergeant-At-Arms - Walt Sperl

Walt was raised in the Parkville are and graduated from Parkville High in 1958. He joined the navy in 1957. Walt met Darlline at high school in 1957. They married on November 28, 1959.

Walt and Darline have 4 children, 8 grandchildren and 9 great- grandchildren.

Walt worked for Bethlehem Steel Corporation for 41 years and retired in 2001.

Walt purchased his first 1970 Corvette and joined BACC in 1997. His hobbies are baseball with his grandsons and he enjoys hunting and fishing.


Governor - Joe Vasta

Joe and his wife, Michele, have been members of BACC since the mid-eighties when they purchased their first Corvette. Joe is now retired so he and Michele now have more time to spend on Corvette activities.


Membership Chair - Henry Jones

Henry was born and raised in Baltimore City and moved to Baltimore County in 1965. In 2004, he and Jackie Dryden moved to Forest Hill in Harford County. They have been members of the Bel Air Corvette Club since 2005.

Henry retired from Vulcan Hart in 2003 where he was a manufacturing engineer for 40 years. He drove a special needs school bus for Harford County Public Schools for ten years and retired in 2014.

Henry has three sons and eight grandchildren. His first Corvette was a 1991 torch red C4. He presently drives a 2007 velocity yellow C6. Henry was vice-president of the Bel Air Corvette Club in 2014. He enjoys attending car shows as well as the social events in the Bel Air Corvette Club.