Andrew Wingo

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Owner - Good hope Food Co

Chief Operating Officer - Angel Food Ministries Inc

Manager - D.M.S Co., Ltd.

Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer and Secretary - Georgia IT Inc

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http://www.waltontribune.com/print.lasso?ewcd=a2a0680868f84388

Named as defendants in the suit are Joe and Linda Wingo and their sons Andrew Wingo and John Wesley Wingo, as well as Angel Food Ministries Inc.
The defendants filed a response last week, refuting charges Angel Food Ministries has been involved in a business relationship with Andy Wingo and Good Hope Food Co. and a forensic audit of Angel Food does not comply with the court order. In the Feb. 1 response, lawyers for Angel Food and the Wingo family assert that Andy Wingo has entered the premises of Angel Food since the consent order was issued June 19, but only "for personal visits and not for business purposes." Lawyers claim Angel Food has no direct or indirect business relationship with Andy Wingo or any other entity known to be owned or controlled by him, nor has he worked with Angel Food. Andy Wingo resigned as the Angel Food chief operating officer in 2008, and the Feb. 1 filing claims Good Hope Food Co. will be "administratively dissolved" after the filing of a final tax return and is no longer an active business. Joe Wingo, Linda Wingo, Wes Wingo and Andy Wingo formed Good Hope Food Co. but transferred it exclusively to Andy Wingo in 2007 by advice of a former attorney.

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http://www.emporiagazette.com/news/2009/mar/03/angel_food_ministries_office_searched_fbi_and_irs/

The Walton Tribune of Monroe, Ga., reported last month that the FBI and Internal Revenue Service officials executed search warrants at the Broad Street offices of Angel Food Ministries and at a business owned by Andy Wingo, a former officer of Angel Food and current owner of Good Hope Food Company.
"Ministry representatives have indicated in published reports the authorities copied information off of computers during their time at the Broad Street offices but that no computers or other documents were removed," the Tribune article stated. The article quoted Wingo as saying the search warrant was not a new development. • Andy Wingo, food buyer for Angel Food Ministries, took kickbacks from food buyers, and other family members knew about it. Andrew Wingo received $529,014 for his work as treasurer and director, and Wesley Wingo was paid $454,673 for being president and a director. According to records in the Georgia Secretary of State's office, Andrew L. Wingo is CEO, chief financial officer and secretary of the corporation. Andrew Wingo was paid $110,754 to be chief operating officer.

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http://www.emporiagazette.com/news/2009/mar/03/angel_food_ministries_office_searched_fbi_and_irs/

The Walton Tribune of Monroe, Ga., reported last month that the FBI and Internal Revenue Service officials executed search warrants at the Broad Street offices of Angel Food Ministries and at a business owned by Andy Wingo, a former officer of Angel Food and current owner of Good Hope Food Company.
"Ministry representatives have indicated in published reports the authorities copied information off of computers during their time at the Broad Street offices but that no computers or other documents were removed," the Tribune article stated. The article quoted Wingo as saying the search warrant was not a new development. Andrew Wingo received $529,014 for his work as treasurer and director, and Wesley Wingo was paid $454,673 for being president and a director. According to records in the Georgia Secretary of State's office, Andrew L. Wingo is CEO, chief financial officer and secretary of the corporation. Andrew Wingo was paid $110,754 to be chief operating officer.

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