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This profile was last updated on 12/10/04  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Employment History

  • Town Manager
  • Town Manager
    Town of Wendell
  • South Eastern Region Chief
    Southern Region
  • Manager
    Breadman's Restaurant
  • Town Manager
  • Town Manager
    Chadbourn Elementary School

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • bachelor's degree
    N.C. Central
  • master's of Public Administration Degree
    UNC Chapel Hill
24 Total References
Web References
Bladen Journal - Elizabethtown, North Carolina, 10 Dec 2004 [cached]
Mayor Kenneth Kornegay announced Monday that David B. Bone of Chadbourn will be the new town manager for Elizabethtown.
Bone is currently the town manager for Chadbourn.He will start work January 10.
According to his employment contract with the town, Bone will make ,60,000 per year plus benefits, and will be eligible for an increase of five percent at the end of his first six months.He will also receive ,325 per month vehicle allowance in addition to salary and benefits, and the town will pay his moving expenses.
According to his resume, Bone holds a master's of Public Administration Degree from UNC Chapel Hill, and a bachelor's degree from N.C. Central.
Bone also holds an associate's degree in culinary arts from Alamance Community College.He was manager of Breadman's Restaurant in Chapel Hill for nine years.He and his wife have three children.
Contact Us, 17 April 2010 [cached]
David Bone, Town Manager
Officer History - Southern Region, OA, 18 April 2012 [cached]
David Bone
The News Reporter, 9 Dec 2004 [cached]
Chadbourn Town Manager David Bone submitted his resignation Tuesday night, effective Jan. 6, telling town council he has accepted the town manager,s post in nearby Elizabethtown.Council should act on a replacement before its next regular meeting Jan. 4, according to Mayor Leo Mercer, but Mercer would not speculate on who would succeed Bone.
Bone,s resignation comes just a few weeks after more than 200 residents jammed the town hall demanding relief from high October water bills, which town officials blamed on water meters being estimated instead of read, some over many months.Town officials were criticized for sending out the bills without an explanation and several angry residents demanded that council fire Bone.
Mercer and a majority of the council stood behind Bone, who said his decision to leave has nothing to do with recent controversies.
During his three-year tenure, Bone, a fresh graduate of North Carolina Central University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, was the protégé of Mercer, the town,s senior politician.
Bone initiated several major undertakings with Mercer,s guidance, including construction of a new town hall and the firing and hiring of police chiefs, while weathering some severe political storms.
At times, Mercer complained that Bone was caught in the line of political fire aimed at the senior mayor, as in the recent water bill controversy.
Tuesday night, Mercer and members of council lamented Bone,s decision to move on.
In addition to the town hall project, Bone oversaw downtown revitalization efforts, rebuilding of the town,s aging water and sewer lines and tried to modernize the town,s zoning maps and planning process.Bone noted that the senior citizen,s center, which county commissioners funded last year after the Chadbourn community center was donated as a gathering place, has had a tremendous impact.
Bone, 35, a native of Burlington, has been married to his wife Amy for 11 years and has three children.The family will relocate to Elizabethtown.
The son of a Methodist minister, Bone is an Eagle Scout and a Vigil member of the Order of the Arrow.He has volunteered with the Boy Scouts of America on a national level to develop leadership programs.
Bone,s family lived in Wilmington for four years when he was a boy and his mother taught hearing impaired children at Chadbourn Elementary School during that time.He began his career in restaurant management, earning an associate,s degree in culinary arts from Alamance Community College, before developing an interest in public administration.
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