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Carroll Communications Key Team Members

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Mr. Byron Doc Carroll

President

Byron “Doc” Carroll lives in the North Myrtle Beach, SC area with his family at their 8 generation vineyard. He loves to make new friends and has a deep passion for service to our country. This passion led him to found Carroll Communications.

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Mr. Tony Piacente

Mr. Tony Piacente AKA "The Machine" has over 30 years in BD/sales, and the last 20 years in Information Technology solutions, selling into the Federal Government.


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Mr. Brant Rosson

Brant Rosson has been an IT Professional for 20 years with a wide range of design and implementation experience.



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Mr. Bob Sullivan

Bob Sullivan, is a 35-year Navy veteran who served in both enlisted and officer ranks through a variety of operator, technician, manager, administrative, and executive leadership positions throughout his career.

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Ms. Heidi Egusquiza

With more than 15 years as a technology enabler in the government IT space, Ms. Egusquiza has specialized with government GWAC, IDIQ, and BPA.



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Mr. George Dallas

George Dallas Ph.D. is a native of Niantic, CT. He graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in 1992 with a Ph.D. in interdisciplinary material science and engineering (MESC).

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Mr. Don Grannan

Colonel Don Grannan joins the team as a 34-year veteran of the US Air Force. A career IT professional, he recently served as the Director of Communications and Chief Information Officer for Air Mobility Command at Scott AFB, IL.

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Mr. Danny Ammons

COO, Director and Navy Special Operations

Mr. Ammons is an 18-veteran Navy veteran who served in both enlisted and officer ranks with Special Warfare and Expeditionary Forces throughout his career.


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Mr. Fletcher W. Ferguson, Jr.

Born 2 January 1952, he grew up and attended primary and secondary school in Abbeville, SC. Following graduation from high school, he entered The Citadel in Charleston, SC, graduating in 1974 and accepting a commission in the United States Marine Corps.