Michael Gorenflo was born in Rochester, New York, but first started coming to Moore County with his family on golf vacations more than 40 years ago. At age 14, his family moved to Seven Lakes and he attended Pinecrest High School. After graduating, he attended Appalachian State University, where he played intercollegiate golf. After college (and a brief career in the golf industry), he worked 6 years for the Federal Government before deciding to return to school and pursue his Juris Doctor. Since 1999, he has practiced “transactional law” in Moore County (which includes Real estate, Estate Planning & Administration, Business Formations and contract drafting and review).

Michael is an active member of the community through several non-profits, including, having Chaired the Moore County Chamber of Commerce, served as President of the Seven Lakes Business Guild, serving on the Board of the Real Estate Lawyers Association of North Carolina, and as a Member of Kiwanis. He has professionally advised local non-profits including the Moore County Home Builders Association and the Mid Carolina Regional Association of Realtors, while also teaching instructional seminars through Sandhills Community College and the Chamber of Commerce.

Michael has been married for 25 years to his beautiful wife, Lisa, a teacher at West End Elementary School. They live in Seven Lakes West with their 3 dogs.

Clark Campbell and his wife Marti moved to Pinehurst in 2001, after spending 12 years in our nation’s capital. After graduating from Catholic University School of Law in 1993, Clark joined the Maryland Bar and soon after the District of Columbia Bar. Clark has been in private practice since 1994 and ‘on his own’ since 1996. The years of private practice allowed Clark to join the North Carolina Bar in 2001.

Clark has always centered his practice around real estate related matters, and in recent years also focused on land use matters (tirelessly trying to reintroduce local governments to the concept that property rights are a foundation of our free country).

Clark also served a four year term as a council member for the Village of Pinehurst (not seeking re-election was one of his better recent decisions).

Clark and his wife have two children, Ellie (any college lacrosse coaches please contact me) and Max (anyone up for a nerf gun battle please contact me).

Buck Adams is a native of Pinehurst. His father was the longtime golf professional at The Country Club of North Carolina. Buck is a graduate of The O’Neal School, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the University of South Carolina School of Law, and Georgetown University School of Law.

After working in other cities, Buck returned to Pinehurst in 1994 and has practiced real estate law since that time. Over the years, Buck has served as a board member for various local organizations.

Buck and his wife Sally have two daughters, Olivia Hale and Annabelle Hale.

Hurley E. Thompson, Jr is a North Carolina native who spent his first 17 years in Chesapeake, VA. He arrived at UNC-Chapel Hill in 1964 where he graduated from undergrad and law school. He passed the NC Bar in August 1973 and began private practice in Carthage where he has remained for 45 years.

His practice initially was in many areas of law, but for the last 30 years has been predominately real estate oriented but still helps with simple wills, powers of attorney and simple traffic.

He married Rhonda Barber, a Moore County native in 1986 and they have 3 sons, Greg, Geoff and Stuart. All 3 sons are married and they have one granddaughter, Sophia Rae."