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Independent Bank 2002 Press Release

Independent Bank

Press Release

November 26, 2002

Independent Bank is pleased to announce that Mr. Kevin Griffin has recently been named Executive Vice President/Commercial Lending.  Formerly Senior Vice President/Commercial Lending, Kevin is a 17-year banking veteran, working primarily in the areas of commercial and real estate lending.  271 more words

Kevin Griffin

Three Facts Everyone Should Know about Blood Donation

Prior to assuming his current role as president of his own realty firm in McKinney, Texas, Kevin Griffin managed lending professionals at four separate locations as regional president of Independent Bank. 210 more words

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Carter BloodCare Calls Attention to World Blood Donor Day

With more than 30 years of professional banking experience, Kevin Griffin recently took on a new role as the president of Kevin Griffin Realty, LLC, in McKinney, TX. 175 more words

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Kevin Griffin Talks Solo Show, Rock The Boat 2017 & More

Kevin Griffin is best known as the lead singer of Better Than Ezra, but he’s going solo on his new tour, which includes a stop at Infinity Hall in Hartford this Saturday. 386 more words

Features

Another chapter in the story of the Boston Boat

I have previously written about the Plant line and the ships that provided a Charlottetown-Boston link. In that article I briefly noted that Henry Plant also was a pioneer in the development of winter cruising (not forgetting the pioneering effort of the Charlottetown Steam Navigation Company’s steamer  194 more words

History

Enthusiasm High at Democratic Event in Lenoir

‘Politics and Pints’ at uptown brewery draws large crowd to hear Democratic candidates

By Michael M. Barrick

LENOIR, N.C. – For a county that is heavily “red” – that is, dominated by the GOP – there were lots of blue signs and high hopes at the Howard Brewing Company on March 7. 856 more words

The Lenoir Voice

Art that goes boom at the New Media Gallery

On opening night, people in the gallery applauded. Someone even said “That’s awesome.” I can’t recall the last time I heard anyone say anything even close to that at an art opening in Metro Vancouver. 1,079 more words

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