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Ms Greenwood is a senior partner at law firm Russell McVeagh, who has over ten years experience on the Russell McVeagh board, including a period as the firms Chair.
Ms Greenwood says: I am honoured and excited to take on this role.
In 1948 Greenwoods had 87 branches open and trading, incredibly no fewer than 17 of these were in Bradford.
In 1971 Greenwoods had 259 well equipped units as far apart as Newcastle and Torquay.
Fort Nelson completion Greenwoods have recently completed a new pounds 4 million visitors centre and exhibition gallery for The Royal Armouries at Fort Nelson Museum in Portsmouth.
Greenwoods provided Project and Commercial Management, CDM Co-ordination and assisted the Client through the HLF grant process.
Greenwood, who "always found ways to help build bridges between the work and mission of the church and the needs of the community," died March 13 in her 99th year.
Greenwood worked for the federal government as a medical doctor to the Dene native community.
The branch has been named a Grade 1 store and has risen from 50th to 11th in the ranking of the best performing and most profitable Greenwoods stores nationwide.
Andrew Smith, manager of the Hartlepool store, said: "To be placed 11th out of 125 Greenwoods across the country is a great achievement which everyone here has worked very hard for.
Detective Inspector Dick Severns, who led a pounds 1 million inquiry, said: "The Greenwoods are people who stuck two fingers up at the law and were looking for a loophole to try to supply firearms.
He revealed that police inquiries, which first began in 1994 and have involved almost all UK forces, have led to 40 other arrests and the recovery of 420 firearms, including over 200 supplied by the Greenwoods traced to 65 crime scenes.
The move, put together with the help of Birmingham law firm the Wilkes Partnership and property consultancy G R Darby, centralises office and warehouse space for Greenwoods that had previously been spread across several sites on the Coleshill Industrial Estate.
John Greenwood, managing director, said: 'As Greenwoods expands its operations throughout Europe and beyond, it is very important for the company to have a totally centralised HQ.
Greenwoods has been growing at some 40 per cent year-on-year and now employs more than 400 people.