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Board of Directors


President - Ed Lyle


Vice-President - Phil Serrell


Governor - Jon Borcik


Secretary - Darla Lyle


Treasurer - Nelson Smith III

One of the original members of the Bel Air Corvette Club (when it was founded in 1973), Nelson has lived in Harford County all his life and now lives in Jarrettsville, MD with his wife Sandy. He has four sons and 5 grand children that are spread out from Bel Air to Mobile AL, to Copenhagen, Denmark, and San Diego, CA. For 45 years, Nelson and his brother have co-owned Smith Hardware in Jarrettsville and are still active in the day-to-day operation.

Nelson owns a 1965 C2 green-green convertible he purchased in 1973 thanks to George Gallant, one of the founders of the Bel Air Corvette Club. In 2014, the '65 was retired from autocrossing and high speed track time to be restored for shows - no more fast laps around Summit Point raceway for this beauty. Since 2006, Nelson has owned a Pewter 2000 C5 that was purchased for autocrossing and track time.


Activities Chair - 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.


Sergeant-At-Arms - Bob Gutowski

Bob and his wife Carol have been members of BACC for 9 years. We were raised and currently live in Baltimore County. We have been married for 40 years. We have two children and 3 grandsons. After retiring after 42 years as a Supervisor for Amtrak, it was time to have some fun. I always wanted a Corvette since my first ride in one back in high school. It took me four years of searching, I finally found my Corvette, a 2005, Daytona Sunset Orange, Z-51. My wife and I enjoy the car shows and events. But most of all we enjoy the people in the club.


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.

Bel Air Corvette Club

309 S. Atwood Road

Bel Air, MD 21014