Business Notes: Feb. 2

January 31, 2014 

Lambert receives managerial award

Terry Lambert, manager of McDonald’s in Four Oaks, has received the Ray Krock Award, an annual award that recognizes the top-performing McDonald’s managers in the country. Nationwide, 142 managers received the award this year.

Lambert has been a McDonald’s manager for 19 years. He is a three-time winner of the Raleigh Region Oustanding Manager Award.

As a Ray Kroc Award winner, Lambert received a cash prize and a trip to Chicago for an awards gala in March.

“Terry Lambert being honored with the coveted Ray Kroc Award is a true testament to his unwavering commitment to excellence, building our business and taking care of our customers’ needs each and every day,” said Doris Huebner, owner of the Four Oaks McDonald’s. “We are truly proud to have Terry as part of our McDonald’s family and commend him on this truly amazing accolade.”

Bank names assets manager

Lynn C. DelGaudio has joined Four Oaks Bank as special-assets manager.

DelGaudio is a native of West Hartford, Conn., where she graduated with honors from William H. Hall High School. She is also an honor graduate of the University of Wisconsin, where she earned her accounting degree.

DelGaudio is no stranger to Four Oaks Bank. For the past two years, she worked with the bank’s Special Assets Department as a senior vice president of Oceancrest Real Estate Advisory Services in Wilmington.

Before joining Oceancrest, DelGaudio was an appraisal consultant with Alvey & DiMura Appraisers in Latham, N.Y. She is a former member of the Commercial Real Estate Women of San Francisco and the Wilmington Area Hospitality Association.

DelGaudio is fluent in Spanish and has extensive consulting experience in Latin America and Spain.

Brewing supplier moves downtown

After one year in business, Out Back Brewing Supply has moved to 417 E. Second St. in Clayton. The store offers brewing kits, grains, yeast, hops, carboys, bottles, kegs, carbon dioxide and kettles. Milling is available.

Free semimar

“Beginning Bookkeeping & Record-keeping for Your Small Business,” a free seminar, is scheduled from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4, at the Johnston County Workforce Development Center, 135 Bestwood Drive, Clayton. To register, call 919-209-2591 or email

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