Family lawyers in Charlotte NC serving Huntersville, Ballantyne, and Lake Norman.
Chou Family Foundation in Raleigh, North Carolina
Amount of income in 2013: $1,120,919This organization: $1,120,919Other organizations performing similar types of work: $105,489 Assets in 2013: $1,553,044Chou Family Foundation: $1,553,044Other organizations performing similar types of work: $325,460 Expenses in 2013: $233,979. Chou Family Foundation: $233,979Other organizations performing similar types of work: $49,058 Income to expenses ratio in 2013: 4.8.Chou Family Foundation: 4.8Other organizations performing similar types of work: 1.0 Grants share in income in 2013: 0.0%Chou Family Foundation: 0.0%Other organizations performing similar types of work: 22.8%. Assets at the end of 2013. Analysis of Revenue and ExpensesRevenue and expenses per booksNet investment incomeAdjusted net incomeDisbursements for charitable purposesTotal revenue$61,354$61,354$0Contributions, gifts, grants, etc. Received$0Interest on savings and temporary cash investments$47Dividends and interest from securities$47,662Gross rents$0Gross sales price for all assets$1,073,210Gross profit from sales of goods$0Other income$0Other$13,645Total expenses and disbursements$233,979$13,140$0$216,104Compensation of officers, directors, trustees, etc.
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All Saints Orthodox Church – Antiochian Orthodox Church In Raleigh, NC
We belong to the Diocese of Miami and the Southeast overseen by Bishop Nicholas. In November of 2010, our parish completed a one year building project to add a new temple and education wing to our property and to remodel the parish hall. In November of 2011, Bishop Antoun, of blessed memory, consecrated our Temple, Iconostasis, altar, and icons to the glory of God, and during the consecration service, the bishop placed a relic of St. Raphael of Brooklyn in our new altar. We thank God for this great blessing of spiritual and physical growth!
An important goal of All Saints is to provide the Raleigh area with a completely American, English-speaking, multi-ethnic, Traditional parish with an emphasis on worship and education. We welcome visitors to our worship services and genuinely enjoy sharing our Orthodox faith with others. You will find many interesting articles about our parish and about Orthodoxy as you move through its pages. Whether you are already an Orthodox Christian or seeking to become an Orthodox Christian, and would like to become a member of All Saints parish, please schedule an appointment with Father Nicholas at your earliest convenience. Please call the Church office at 919-859-1332 or send an email to fr.
The News & Observer
Laryce Dorothy Henderson Rybka, wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother passed away on Thursday, May 3, 2018. Laryce was born in Raleigh, the daughter of the late Enos Henderson and Dorothy Padgett Wellman. In addition to being a full time mom, Laryce was employed with IBM for twenty plus years, and also enjoyed a career as a Kindergarten teacher. Laryce was a woman with a love for literature, in addition to being an avid reader, she was a two-time published author. In addition to her parents, Laryce was preceded in death by her husbands, Eugene James McDonald, Sr., David William Peterson, and Col.
Laryce was a collector of people and is survived by her children, Eugene McDonald, Jr. and wife Priscilla, Lillianne McDonald Kepley and husband David, daughter in-law Pam McDonald, Mark Peterson and wife Janet, and Michael Peterson; grandchildren, Josh McDonald, Katie Handy, Mary Susan Alva, Helen Chilton, and Sarah Collins. 15 great-grandchildren with one on the way; special daughter in-law Susan Crutchfield, many cousins, family, and friends. A graveside service will be held at Greenview Cemetery in Reidsville, NC on Monday May 7th at 1:00pm.
North Carolina’s capitol and the county seat of Wake County is the beautiful city of Raleigh. The city is filled with homes of all shapes and sizes, many which are luxurious. Raleigh is a larger city with a variety of neighborhoods. There are also older neighborhoods in this area of the city, which offer character, history, and convenience. The Midtown area of Raleigh is a mixture of commercial and residential neighborhoods.
The Northern part of the city is one of the fastest growing suburban areas, and it offers multiple new subdivisions. The city has a strong banking and financial presence, and many people work in this industry. The city is home to a variety of top schools, including Wake Technical Community College and North Carolina State University. The city is a top destination for PGA tournaments. Residents of the city love the culture and diversity of the area.
There is plenty of recreational spots to visit and several museums dispersed throughout the city. Even better, there is an abundance of affordable homes for people in search of a high quality life in a large city.
Raleigh Family Law and Child Custody Attorney
Professional, empathetic and experienced, family law attorney Suzanne Nelson wins the confidence and respect of her clients, lawyers, judges and court personnel. She will be by your side throughout the entire legal process to guide you and advise you. Suzanne has successfully tried hundreds of cases before judges and juries and has logged over 100,000 courtroom hours throughout jurisdictions in North Carolina. She has been in the courtroom nearly every day of her career and has appeared in front of nearly 30 District Court and Superior Court judges in North Carolina. Born and raised in Raleigh, Suzanne is a member of the Wake County Bar, 10th Judicial District Bar, North Carolina Bar Association and the Judicial Performance evaluation committee.
She is a member of St. Francis of Assisi in North Raleigh. She and Bec have two children who will attend the Franciscan School in North Raleigh.