JACKSONVILLE, Onslow County - Pro Construction Inc. recently donated $70,000 to the Carolina Museum of the Marine.
Below is a press release on the donation.
Pro Construction Inc., a company of W.T. Humphrey, Inc., showed its continuing strong support of our military community when, on Friday, owners: William Troy Humphrey, Ronnie Humphrey and Wanda Flud presented a check for $70,000 to Carolina Museum of the Marine.
Chairman of the Museum Board, Col John B. Sollis, USMC (Ret) accepted the check before a group of onlookers including Museum and Pro Construction leadership. The gift will assist the organization in its Phase II fundraising efforts.
Phase II plans include a 40,000 square foot facility that will showcase the history and contributions of Carolina Marines and Sailors since 1941. Phase I, the Reflection and Celebration Park, is open to the public and is the site of what is believed to be the world's largest Eagle, Globe and Anchor. The Park sits at the entrance to the future home of the Museum and is located at Lejeune Memorial Gardens.
W.T. Humphrey and family are long supporters of Carolina Museum of the Marine. Founded in 1967 as Humphrey Heating and Roofing Company, the W.T. Humphrey family of companies has now grown to include Pro Construction Inc., Humphrey Mechanical Inc., Humphrey Heating and Air Conditioning Inc., Brynn Marr Homes Inc., Jacksonville Metal Inc. and Coastal Plains Dragway, Inc. The companies operate throughout North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, and South Carolina, employing more than 350 skilled workers.
For more information about Pro Construction, please visit the website at http://www.proconnc.com/
- Kinston man arrested and charged with six counts of attempted murder
- BSH Home Appliances expands recall of dishwashers due to fire hazard
- Four inmates charged with murder in Pasquotank failed prison escape
- Body of missing former Jacksonville PD officer found, woman arrested
- Multiple agencies working large crime scene in Craven County