"Kelly S. King "[http://bbt.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=18&item=100 BB&T - Company Information] is Chairman and CEO of BB&T Corporation (). King began his career in BB&T’s Management Development Program in 1972 and has served in many roles, including manager of its Central and Metropolitan regions, Raleigh city executive, Charlotte, North Carolina/Charlotte business services manager, Statesville, North Carolina/Statesville consumer lending manager, and banking manager for BB&T's branch network. In January 2009, he was named a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Before his appointment as CEO on Jan. 1, 2009, King was BB&T’s chief operating officer from 2004 to 2008. In December 2012, BB&T announced that they eliminated a provision in King's contract that would have required him to step down when he turns 65, effectively keeping him as CEO for a further three years.

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If you have six chairs open, you need 12 guards on duty. One sits in the chair, and the other patrols the beach.

We will still have a beach, and you can do everything you've always done, but you just can't swim.

We were a bit nervous when a few of the entourage came out scouting the site the previous day that they would change their minds about the tour. But they were actually excited and explained that Mr. Johnson was first a scientist and would really be interested in the equipment, the lab and the whole process. They are a very hands-on agency and told us they spend a lot of time in places like this.

It was kind of a surreal moment. You are just proud for all them. They did the best they could do. It was a proud moment for the school, too.