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Kenneth C. Royall, North Carolina Senate member from Durham, is the recipient of the Citation for Distinguished Public Service.
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George R. Herbert is the mastermind behind the Research Triangle Institute and the recipient of the Citation for Distinguished Citizenship.
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636
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Edwin B. Borden of Goldsboro is president of Borden Manufacturing Company and the newly elected president of North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry.
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Famous Raleigh restaurateur Thad Eure Jr., who died in 1988 at the age of 56, was honored by his industry at the 42nd annual meeting of the North Carolina Restaurant Association through the posthumous presentation of the 1989 A. G. \"Griff\" Glover Distinguished Service Award. Eure was one of the individuals who founded the nationally known Angus Barn in 1960. In all he had a hand in starting around fifty restaurants in the Southeast.
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We the People of North Carolina magazine features J. Richard Futrell, Jr. in its Businessman In the News section. Futrell is president of The Planters Corporation, based in Rocky Mount, and its single subsidiary, The Planters National Bank and Trust Company.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 47 Issue 4, Apr 1989, p6, 8-10, il, por
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12962
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Dail Holderness, retired chairman and chief executive officer of Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company, died in Tarboro on March 17 at the age of seventy-nine. He served as chairman of North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry in 1972-1973.
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