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The incident occurred about 10:20 p.m. Tuesday when a Jeep Grand Cherokee veered off Barbecue Church Road in Lillington and struck a ditch, according to information provided to The Pilot by state Highway Patrol Troop B. First responders reportedly found Robert Clifford White, 25, trapped in the overturned Jeep. Sybil Michelle Johnson, the 36-year-old driver, was thrown from the vehicle.
Full-Service Dealers with their Own In-House Security Monitoring Centers are Increasingly Turning to Third-Party Providers for a More Integrated Relationship LILLINGTON, N.C. - Boon Edam announces that a completely new production line for its Lifeline optical turnstiles is now operational at the company's factory located here. "When the Lifeline Series was originally launched in 2014, the demand in the Americas was exceptionally strong," says Mark Borto, president and CEO of commerical operations at Boon Edam, a subsidiary of the global company.
Boon Edam, a global company that specializes in secure entry solutions, continues its strong double-digit growth rate as demand for its products increases both here in the U.S. and globally, according to Boon Edam CEO Mark Borto. "Our growth rate has been around 20 percent over the last 7 years, and our overall revenue has tripled in that time span from the low tens of millions to pushing $100 million now," Borto told Security Systems News , noting that that double-digit growth rate will continue for the foreseeable future.
Select Bancorp, Inc. , the holding company for Select Bank & Trust, elected four members to the corporate board of directors for terms of three years at its Annual Meeting of Shareholders held today. "Each one of these members brings a great deal of leadership experience, in both the public and private sector, as well as knowledge of our Company, having served on the board for a number of years, including a bank founder and our president and CEO," said Chairman of the Board J. Gary Ciccone.
Erwin police and fire officials said the kayakers-four men and two women-were traveling down the river from Lillington. The height and speed of the water due to the recent heavy rain caused the boats to overturn.
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