AACA Museum’s Executive Director Resigns; Acting is Named

(August 23, 2016) Hershey, PA. The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum announces the departure of Executive Director Mark Lizewskie. Henry “Hank” W. Hallowell III, President, AACA Museum, accepted the resignation of Mr. Lizewskie effective August 23, 2016.

The AACA Museum Board of Directors, Museum Staff and Volunteers are appreciative for his years of leadership here at the AACA Museum. Mr. Lizewskie came to the AACA Museum in 2012 with extensive experience on the Concours circuit, judging at numerous venues across the country and as a founding member of The Elegance at Hershey Concours. His passion for the hobby, knowledge of motor vehicle history and extensive experience was evident in the many exhibits he brought to fruition while here at the AACA Museum.

The board has appointed Dennis Beck, the Museum’s Accounting Manager, as Acting General Manager. Hallowell said, “The team is strong and the mission of the AACA Museum will go forward while we search for the right candidate to fill the Executive Director position. Mr. Beck will provide leadership and continuity until a successor is chosen.” Beck came to the AACA Museum in 2015 with 25 years of experience in the management of both operations and financial departments with experience in entrepreneurship, business management and as a Controller and Chief Financial Officer. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in accounting from The Kings College of New York.

The AACA Museum Board of Directors has begun the search process for a new Executive Director.