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David Griffin, Jr. is vice-president of the family business, D. H. Griffin Wrecking. The company is the Southeast's largest and the country's third-largest wrecking company. Gray discusses the work of Griffin and the company at the clean-up of the World Trade Center in New York.
With the same theme as another article in this edition, Susan Stafford Kelly's, “For the Love of Fish,” this article profiles North Carolina companies owned by the same families. Among the forty were Joe Sugar’s of St. Paul’s, founded 1916; Winston-Salem’s Quality Oil, established 1937; Raleigh’s Capitol Broadcasting, founded 1937; Morehead City’s El’s Drive-In, established 1959.