Dino, thank you for allowing me to be a part of the Cagney's family!
Some of my most cherished times were enjoying the opportunity to be part of the Dino(s) team. You two made a material difference in my life teaching me a better work ethic, the importance of quality, commitment to service, positive attitude and most importantly a wonderful friendship.
President of Crescom Bank
Thursday, May 8, 2014
Note from Jay Huggins
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Stain glass window from Red Springs Baptist church is back home in Red Springs, N.C.
In 1976 it was restored and installed in Cagney's Old Place where it stood proudly in the main dining room for 37 years. After Cagney's closed, it was sold back to the newer Red Springs Baptist church. Thanks to church member Ed Tindall, it's spirit lives on in the new church. Bring a tear to a glass eye. It brought a tear to ours when Ed brought us the picture below.
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