The National Bank of Washington recently announced three nominations to its board of directors. The nominees are B. Larry Jenkins, chairman of the board, president and chief executive officer of Peoples Life Insurance Co.; Delano E. Lewis, assistant vice president of public affairs and administration for C&P Telephone Co., and William H. Wynn, international president of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union.
Jenkins joined Peoples Life Insurance Co. as an agent in 1959 and was later promoted to sales manager in 1962 and district manager in 1965. He became a chartered life underwriter in 1972.
Lewis joined C&P in 1973 as public affairs manager. He become assistant vice president for revenue requirements and public affairs in 1975 and assumed his present position in 1979.
Before joining the United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Wynn was international vice president and then international president of the Retail Clerks International Union. He assumed his current position in 1979, when the Retail Clerks International Union merged with the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America.
Wynn also is a vice president of the AFL-CIO and executive board member of both the AFL-CIO Maritime Trades Department and the Food and Beverage Trades Department.
The NBW nominations will be voted on during the bank's annual shareholders' meeting in mid-March.