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"Hall of Fame broadcaster Tom Campbell is producer and moderator of the statewide television and radio talk show, NC SPIN. Tom's broadcasting career spans 50 years, ranging from being a rock and roll disc jockey (Tom Terrific) to voicing daily editorials, and includes management and ownership of radio and television stations in North Carolina.

Tom's career also includes service as Assistant Treasurer for the State of North Carolina, co-founder of a family business consulting company and publisher of a series of Bible studies now being used in more than 1800 churches across the country.

Community service includes board memberships on The A. J. Fletcher Foundation, the Triangle Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and various churches, with leadership in The North Carolina Association of Broadcasters, The Salvation Army, Raleigh Rotary Club and The North Carolina Academy for Spiritual Formation.

Husband for more than 46 years to Methodist Pastor, Lib, Tom is father to son, Richard, and daughter, Lisa, and grandfather of four of the greatest grandchildren on the planet."

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Omicron is spreading faster than Kudzu, especially among our children.
Omicron is spreading faster than Kudzu, especially among our children.
 
If asked to identify a symbol for justice most of us would picture a blindfolded Lady Liberty holding aloft a balance scale in one hand and a sword in the other.
If asked to identify a symbol for justice most of us would picture a blindfolded Lady Liberty holding aloft a balance scale in one hand and a sword in the other.
 
Having lived through the past couple of years, you will no doubt agree with the 1983 Anne Murray song, “We Sure Could Use a Little Good News Today.” I’m happy to oblige with some.
Having lived through the past couple of years, you will no doubt agree with the 1983 Anne Murray song, “We Sure Could Use a Little Good News Today.” I’m happy to oblige with some.
 
A wearied North Carolina faces a third year of the pandemic with resignation and hope.
A wearied North Carolina faces a third year of the pandemic with resignation and hope.
 
Over the past few days it has felt like we were ending 2021 where we started it, in the throes of a spiking pandemic.
Over the past few days it has felt like we were ending 2021 where we started it, in the throes of a spiking pandemic.
 


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