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George F. Nixon, Jr., better known as “Bud,” was born and raised in Baltimore. With a deep commitment to Baltimore and the Canton area, Bud has worked hard with the City of Baltimore to promote the maritime industry and to keep it alive in the southeast port area.

In 2002, Bud retired as President of Rukert Terminals Corporation, which was founded in 1921 by his grandfather. It is one of the largest privately owned and operated Marine Terminals in the area. The Terminal specializes in Bulk and Break Bulk Materials and handles approximately 1,500,000 tons of material per year. Some of the materials it handles are salt, fertilizer, ferro alloys, primary metals, general cargo, and refractory materials. These items impact the general economy and act as building blocks for industrial and commercial finished goods.

After 29 years of working at Rukert Terminals Corporation, Bud is deeply involved in the support and promotion of the Port of Baltimore and the Maritime Industry. He actively participates on many committees, including but not limited to: Port of Baltimore Tricentennial Committee, Private Sector Port Coalition, Canton Industrial Association, and Master Dredge Plan for the Baltimore Harbor.

Bud also serves his community as President of the Lutherville Victorian Society and House Tour Chairman, as well as his Church as a vestryman, adult education teacher, and a member of the Worship Committee. In addition to his volunteer work, Bud’s hobbies include sports cars, vintage aircraft, and the history of the Civil War and World War II.

Bud attended the University of Baltimore and graduated in 1964 with a B.S. degree in Business Management. Bud and his wife currently reside in Baltimore County.

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