As a teenager, Emily Kerr watched and learned from her older sister, Brittany, an elementary school teacher. Brittany’s passion for her young students inspired Emily to pursue a teaching degree herself.
The merger of Cingo and The Cornerstone Inspection Group brings together nearly 70 years of experience to create a powerful new way to provide protection services required by homeowners.
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As a young man in his 20s, Domonic Purviance found himself struggling with a pretty profound question: What does it mean to be a man?
Life has taken some rocky turns for Barbara Ross — a bad marriage (two, actually), poor health, and bouts of depression over the years.
Two sisters who together provide a safe space for teenage girls. An elderly man who builds handicap access ramps for homes in his community. A high school student working to raise awareness of the dangers of human trafficking.
Jay Bailey’s selfless commitment to improving lives of children captured the attention of Cingo. We are proud to award Jay our Circle & Shield award, the Cingo way to honor the quiet heroes in our community.
The chairman of Delta Airlines. The governor of Georgia. The chief justice of the Georgia Supreme Court. When you’re included on Georgia Trend’s list of the 2018 100 Most Influential Georgians, you’re in some darn good company. We’re proud to say that Jimmy Allgood, the man who founded the company today known as Cingo, is among the impressive list of Georgians honored this year.
Allgood Pest Solutions, which opened its doors in Dublin in 1974, is changing its name to Cingo. “Changing the name is a big deal for all of us,” said Lanny Allgood, the company’s sole shareholder. “Yet over the past year, the anxiety of change has transformed into true excitement.”