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Clay is the current ...
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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DOT rethinks design of I-40 | Statesville Record & Landmark
Clay Lunsford, Iredell County district engineer for the N.C. Department of Transportation, said the situation would be examined in the wake of Friday's fatal wreck.
"DOT is going to take a look into the design," he
said there are plans in the works that might help.
NCDOT, Division Twelve
Clay Lunsford (704) 876-3947 124 Prison Camp Rd.Statesville, NC 28625
Warm weather helping end wintry grip | Statesville Record & Landmark
Secondary roads in the outlying areas are also improving, said Clay Lunsford, district engineer for the North Carolina Department of Transportation.
"It seems like we got a little reprieve from the weather ..." Lunsford
, too, said road conditions were impacted by the low temperatures.
"That should clear everything up," Lunsford
Hickory Daily Record | Main roads are stable, but many residents are still digging out
"As a rule, we do not salt secondary roads," said Clay Lunsford, county representative with the North Carolina Department of Transportation.
"We don't neglect secondary roads," Lunsford
is hoping for the temperature to rise so the DOT
can finish the job of clearing the roads.
"We are deeply concerned with getting that done," he