Shred Day with The East Carolina Bank
To help protect against identity theft The Currituck branch of The East Carolina Bank recently held a free shred day. Area residents were invited to bring their old documents by the bank for shredding. Hot dogs and soft drinks were served, and a member of the Currituck Sheriff's Department was on hand to share information about identity protection.
LaMar Herndon, left, Pastor of Rehoboth Baptist Church, shreds old documents with the help of Warren Moore of Super Shred. Amanda Corbell and Lewis Barnett of The East Carolina Bank look on.
From left: Theresa Dozier, Amanda Corbell, LaMar Hendon, Lewis Barnett of The East Carolina and Warren Moore of Super Shred.
From left: Lewis Barnett, The East Carolina Bank (TECB) Branch Manager; Skipper Hines, TECB Regional Manager; Theresa Dozier, TECB Banking Officer and LaMar Herndon, Pastor of Rehoboth Baptist Church.
ECB Tellers Kim Miller, left, and Cindy Williamson.
Sara Maggio, left, TECB Customer Service Representative and Skipper Hines.
James Midgett, left, with the Currituck County Sheriff's Office and Amanda Corbell of The East Carolina Bank.
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