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Chief Highway Engineer W.H. Rogers, Jr.

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After graduating from NC State and serving during World War II, W.H. Rogers, Jr. joined the Pitt County engineering force, later moving to Raleigh as assistant to the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles and then the Highway Chairman, A.H. Graham. Rogers is now the Chief Highway Engineer for the North Carolina State Highway and Public Works Commission, and is in charge of the maintenance and construction of of the 70,000 miles of public roads running from the mountains to sea.