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Hurricane Matthew flood relief

Hurricane Matthew devastated many people, businesses, roads, and communities throughout North Carolina.  The Farm Credit Associations of North Carolina, along with CoBank, donated $110,000 for flood relief efforts in eastern NC.  The funds were split evenly between the NC Baptists Disaster Relief Mission and the Salvation Army to further enable assistance to impacted areas.  Employees of AgCarolina also participated in a clean-up workday with the other Farm Credit Associations in North Carolina.  AgCarolina will continue to uphold the mission to serve people in good times and bad.  

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AgCarolina collects toys for local needy youths during an annual campaign from September to November. Employees and customers participate in the Toys for Tots campaign. Over 1,200 toys have been donated since the inception of this program impacting many children across eastern North Carolina.

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Dave Corum has been president and chief executive officer of AgCarolina Farm Credit since 2012. He began his Farm Credit career in 1981 with Farm Credit Services of Mid-America. Dave has a total of 36 years of employment with the Farm Credit System, including 24 years with AgCarolina Farm Credit. He currently serves as a member of the AgFirst/Farm Credit Bank of Texas District Plan Fiduciary Committee and the AgFirst Presidents Planning Council. He is also a board member of the North Carolina State University Ag Foundation, the North Carolina State University Agricultural Institute Advisory Board, the North Carolina Foundation for Soil and Water Conservation, the North Carolina Agribusiness Council, and the University of Mount Olive Agricultural Advisory Board.

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Dave Corum has been president and chief executive officer of AgCarolina Farm Credit since 2012. He began his Farm Credit career in 1981 with Farm Credit Services of Mid-America. Dave has a total of 36 years of employment with the Farm Credit System, including 24 years with AgCarolina Farm Credit. He currently serves as a member of the AgFirst/Farm Credit Bank of Texas District Plan Fiduciary Committee and the AgFirst Presidents Planning Council. He is also a board member of the North Carolina State University Ag Foundation, the North Carolina State University Agricultural Institute Advisory Board, the North Carolina Foundation for Soil and Water Conservation, the North Carolina Agribusiness Council, and the University of Mount Olive Agricultural Advisory Board.