Vince Kolber Bio

An innovator in forming capital for the equipment needs of airlines, railroads and shippers, Vince founded RESIDCO in 1982 and has completed transactions putting and keeping thousands of railcars, locomotives and aircraft in service.  In doing so thousands of railroad, airline and logistics jobs are supported or have come about to keep these vital infrastructure assets in service growing our economy.  He has chaired the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association ("ELFA") Aviation and Fair Business Practices Committees and he speaks for and writes on behalf of the transportation capital industry.  Mr. Kolber holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and a BS from Wharton. He is active in parochial school philanthropy through Sacred Heart and the Big Shoulders Foundation. He is a patron and has chaired St. Genevieve a mostly Hispanic K-8 School on Chicago's West side.  He is active in the Heritage Foundation and has served as Chairman of its Chicago Committee.  He serves on the boards of Little Sisters of the Poor, Open the Books and Truth in Accounting. Kolber has raised significant funding for the RNC and serves on the RNC's Finance Committee.

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