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Herb Harriss, Baxter-Harriss Company, Inc.
New Director - Herb Harriss
TSB Financial Corporation (OTC BB: TSBC.OB), the holding company for The Scottish Bank, announced today that Herbert L. Harriss was elected to the Board of Directors at the Board's November 28th meeting.
Herb Harriss is a Principal of Baxter-Harriss Co.
Inc., a third-party warehousing and logistics company specializing in the chemical industry, located in Belmont, North Carolina.
"Herb will bring added strength to our board in the area of business leadership, especially with his insight in owning and operating a mid-sized business, as well as experience in civic involvement," said John B. Stedman, Scottish Bank's chairman and chief executive officer.
is recognized in the Charlotte area for his
many years of community leadership."
A long-time Charlotte resident, Harriss joined Baxter-Harriss Co., Inc in 1972, serving as President, and later as Chairman and CEO.
The company was bought by LOGISCO in 2000, where Harriss served as a director and Senior Vice President.
partners then repurchased the company in 2005.
A graduate of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1965, Harriss serves on the board and is the immediate past president of the Charlotte Rotary Club.
He is also a member and past president of both the Southeastern Warehouse Association and the North Carolina Merchandise Warehouseman's Association.
He is a former board member and lifetime honorary member of the International Warehouse Logistics Association and the founder and president of The Tryon North Development Corporation.
In addition, Harriss is an active member and Elder at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Charlotte.
Advantage Schools, Inc. - Advantage News - May 18, 1999 Press Release
CHARLOTTE , NC - Mayor Pat McCrory , North Tryon Area Coalition President Herb Harriss , and the Board of Trustees of Sugar Creek Charter School today announced plans to renovate the former K-Mart building at 4033 North Tryon Street into a world-class , state-of-the-art public school.Construction is scheduled for completion in August , and the School is scheduled to open on September 8 , 1999.
Mayor Pat McCrory noted : This is exciting news for Charlotte.This project not only represents a wonderful reuse of a vacant facility but also helps strengthen the City's efforts at revitalizing the North Tryon corridor.It is an excellent example of how public-private partnerships work to benefit everyone..
Those of us who live and work in the North Tryon area are thrilled to welcome this wonderful educational opportunity , said Herb Harriss
, North Tryon Area Coalition President.This old K-Mart building is like a chrysalis ready to burst into a butterfly.We look forward to the success of this school and its many students..Advantage Schools , Inc.
, a leading education management company hired by the School's Board of Trustees , will oversee the build-out of the former K-Mart department store into a stunning new school with spacious classrooms , wall-to-wall carpeting , brightly colored walls , clean , accommodating restrooms , ample faculty workrooms , and a host of other amenities.The facility will include state-of-the-art information technology , security , and life safety systems.
Rotary Club of Charlotte // Officers and Directors 2006-7 // CharlotteRotary.org
Herbert L. Harriss
Meeting Report from July 5, 2005
HERBERT L. HARRISS
89th President of the Rotary Club of Charlotte
Catherine summarized some of the challenges the Board has levied on Herb Harriss
and his team for the next year, including promotion of wearing of the Rotary pin, having a place for members to display their company information, having members as speakers, and including new members at the head table.
Catherine turned over the "big gavel" to Herb to help him control the club meetings and Powell Majors, club president in 1946-47, placed the president's pin on Herb and the past president's pin on Catherine.
presented Catherine with a beautiful bracelet and his thanks for her leadership.
New President Herb introduced his wife, Karen, and special guests Bill McMillan, past president of the Rotary Club of Charlotte West, Forest Pierce, also past president of the Rotary Club of Charlotte West, and Tony Grimes, of Jacksonville, Florida.
reported on what he
had learned about Rotary at the Centennial International Convention
in Chicago: Rotarians like to have fun (ask him about the origins of the 4-Way Test), that Rotary is very international, and that Rotary is about service.
pledged an active and busy year around those themes and adjourned the meeting.
Ronnie Pruett, Martin Waters, Catherine Browning, Herb Harriss
, Powell Majors, Jim Woodward, David Anderson
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, Wilmington, NC