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Eddie Goodrich is a native and lifelong resident of North Carolina. A true Tar Heel, he was born on May 4, 1950. He graduated from Oak City High School in 1968 and graduated from Atlantic Christian College in 1972. He vacationed on the Outer Banks his entire life.

Eddie has been a Real Estate Broker since 1978 and has been involved in Real Estate brokerage and land development on the Outer Banks since 1983. The real estate developments of which he was involved as a Managing Partner are as follows:

Kinnakeet Shores in Avon—400 lot single-family lots, ocean-to-sound community.

Sea Watch in the Village at Nags Head—14 single-family golf course lots.

Ocean Watch in the Village at Nags Head—17 single-family lots.

Apache Partnership Kill Devil Hills—10 single-family lots.

Seven Sisters in the Village at Nags Head—36 single-family lots.

Sunset Bay PUD in Kill Devil Hills—359 multi-family sound front units.

South Beach in Salvo—45 single-family lots, ocean-to-sound community.

Island Pines in Waves—16 single-family lots, oceanside community.

Sunrise Crossing in Colington—40 single-family lots, waterfront community.

Ocean Breakers in Salvo—8 single-family lots, oceanfront community.

The current real estate developments he is involved in are as follows:

Otter Point in Kinnakeet Shores, Avon, a 40-acre sound front development.

Hawks Landing, a Planned Commercial Development in Kitty Hawk consisting of over 60 multifamily units.

Fifth Street Cottage Court in Kill Devil Hills consists of 13 four-bedroom cottages with direct ocean access and community pool.

Eddie was also, in part, instrumental in bringing the Outer Banks Hospital and Spring Arbor Assisted Living Facility to the Outer Banks.

Eddie is one of the owners and the manager of the Public Utility Sewer System in the Town of Kill Devil Hills, a state-of-the-art reclamation re-use quality wastewater treatment plant permitted by the State of North Carolina and regulated by the North Carolina Utilities Commission. The facility serves hundreds of customers, including shopping centers, schools, hotels, restaurants, various businesses, multifamily, and single-family residences.

Eddie and his wife, Sue, have three children, Lindsay Cheshire, Jenny Erickson, and Taylor Goodrich, all of whom live in Wilmington, North Carolina.