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North Carolina Thumb & Fingerstyle Guitar Players, Inc.
www.nctaf.com, 5 Dec 2015 [cached]
Clay Lunsford (NCTAF President)
Clay is the current ...
www.uniongrovelumber.com, 26 Oct 2011 [cached]
Clay is the current president of Union Grove Lumber, Inc.
He has been an owner of Union Grove Lumber, Inc. for the over 25 years.
Clay is a retired engineer from the State of North Carolina Department of Transportation.
He is also the president of the North Carolina Thumb and Finger Style Guitar Association.
Clay lives in Union Grove
Together, they have two daughters and 5 grandchildren (2 girls and 3 boys).
When not working at Union Grove Lumber
or performing his
fantastic guitar skills around the state, Clay
enjoys spending time with his
family and friends.
also enjoys playing and singing Southern Gospel music with the G.V. Band.
Please e-mail Clay
at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions relating to the Board of Directors.
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Rowan County Online - A Community Web Site
www.rowancountyonline.com, 26 Sept 2013 [cached]
Clay Lunsford is known as a guitar virtuoso and is the founder of the NC Thumb and Finger Style Guitar Players Association.
Hickory Daily Record | Flood brings wall tumbling down
www.hickoryrecord.com, 8 Aug 2003 [cached]
"We had 2 1/2 inches of rain last night, but there were no trees down, just flooding," said Clay Lunsford, district engineer with the North Carolina Department of Transportation.He said crews are monitoring the waters and will work through the night if necessary.
State will cover costs of repairing sinkhole - Record & Landmark - Statesville, NC
www.statesville.com, 22 April 2003 [cached]
The state is also responsible for filling the sinkhole and repaving the portion of road that caved in during the flooding, said Clay Lunsford, a N.C. Department of Transportation division engineer. Attorney David Parker, whose practice, Parker and Hoyle, LLP, is located in a building just in front of the sinkhole must repair the portion of the sinkhole that is located on his property, according to Lunsford.
"It should take another week to complete, if the weather permits," said Lunsford
It is not known how much the entire project will cost, but Lunsford
expects to have an estimate by the end of the week.
Costs depend on various factors, such as the pumping of water that has been required and the extent of the replacement of underground pipes.The state is responsible for fixing all of the road and the right of way that meets the private property owner's line.Lunsford
said the state line ends where the sidewalk begins.