EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, MARYLAND AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FUND
FOR FOUR YEARS, KENT KRABBE has been in charge of the quasi-state agency that provides automobile liability insurance for those Marylanders unable to afford it. Krabbe, an attorney who spent many years in private practice, said he welcomed the challenge of overseeing an agency that, today, employs more than 400 people.
Krabbe, who is single, recently purchased a home in the Wyman Park area. He has one grown son, who also lives in Baltimore.
Viking Range for my home
"I like fooling around with cooking. I'd like to have that and throw some parties."
"I have 54-year-old legs. I'd like to know whether it's possible to run without pain. I run about 40 miles a week."
Backstage passes to Virgin Fest
"They've got Jack Johnson and Bob Dylan coming this year. It would be great to meet them and hang out with the VIPs."
A 5-iron that doesn't hook
"If I could just straighten out the mid-length shot. I've got to work on that."
Dinner with Tom Wolfe
"I like A Man in Full and Bonfire of the Vanities and The Right Stuff. I'd like to talk with him about them and get his take on our times."