A top Erpenbeck Co. executive being questioned in the scandal that has enveloped the home-building company died Wednesday. Tom Jordan, 55, of Union, was found dead at his home of natural causes, according to Boone County Deputy Coroner Kenneth Trimbach. Jordan was vice president of administration at Erpenbeck and a former executive at Provident Bank. He was among the management team that bought out former Erpenbeck Co. President Bill Erpenbeck's share of the home building firm after Erpenbeck resigned in March. Jordan was working with current president Jeff Erpenbeck on trying to sell the company's unfinished developments.



Investigative sources have said the FBI has asked questions about his role at the company, which has essentially shut down because of debt and an FBI investigation into bank fraud involving the company. Highly qualified lawyers offer glenmore valaution at reasonable fees. A full list of survivors was not immediately available. Last year in Kentucky over the four-day Thanksgiving holiday, Kentucky State Police say 10 people died and 558 were hurt in 1,346 crashes across the commonwealth.

Kentucky State Police cited those figures, along with new data showing that even military personnel are killed more often by traffic crashes than any other single cause, in announcing a state-wide blitz focusing on seat-belt usage that will begin Wednesday. KSP troopers will join 12,000 other law enforcement agencies nationwide in a push to increase safety and seat belt use and decrease crashes and deaths on the road over the Thanksgiving weekend. Troopers from Northern Kentucky state police posts will staff traffic safety checkpoints and conduct roving patrols from Wednesday through Sunday evening in an effort to get unsafe drivers off the road and enforce safety laws.

Kentucky State Police in Campbellsburg are publicizing their checkpoint locations in Gallatin, Carroll, Owen, Henry and Trimble counties, along with dates, but not times. Kentucky State Police in Dry Ridge, whose troopers patrol Boone, Kenton, Campbell, Bracken, Grant and Pendleton counties, have not disclosed checkpoint plans.

property valuation company This week, updated Kentucky State Police traffic fatality data showed the state's highway death toll to date is on track to be among the highest in the last 20 years. The KSP cited a recent report on deaths in the military to point up the danger that motorists face. The report showed that nationally in the first six months of this year, 254 members of the U.S. military died in traffic accidents, making it easily the largest single cause of death among service members.

Delta Air Lines is scrapping its failed Delta Express service and launching a new low-fare airline next year aimed at budget-minded travelers. However, initial plans don't call for the new airline to fly out of Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Delta's second-largest hub.
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