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Over the years, Frank has provided proactive and responsive tax consulting and compliance services to a wide variety of industries including manufacturing, retail trade, distribution, restaurants, and real estate.Frank has extensive experience with a broad range of tax matters including corporate tax, pass-through entities, state and local taxation, mergers and acquisitions, tax provisions, and individual taxation.The first record of an organized Presbyterian Church in what is now Alexander County was the Salem Church at Hiddenite, organized in 1834. The description in the deed states it was the school lot, located behind what is now the Alexander County Library on Lot Number 51. Records of the Salem Church show the following Scotch-Irish family names: Bogle, Boyd, Ervin, Lackey, Matheson, Mc Kenzie, Mc Lelland, Morrison, Murdock, Patterson, Stephenson and Thompson. Some of the Highlander families were Campbell, Matheson, Mc Donald, Mc Intosh, Mc Kay and Mc Lean. Pharr, Minister of the Salem Church was spending nearly one-half of his time in Taylorsville. During 18, many of the services of the Salem Church were held in Taylorsville at the Academy In April of 1853, a petition was sent to Concord Presbytery to organize the Taylorsville Presbyterian Church. Payne resigned as Church Treasurer after 40 years of service. Payne had a new church pulpit made in his honor from some walnut timber he had owned. The first women to be officers of the church were Mrs. Beall served as Stated Supply Minister until April 1854. He served until 1871 when he retired due to poor health. He served until 1884 when he and his daughter were drowned crossing the Catawba River at Oxford Ford. Tidball was appointed Stated Supply Minister in 1884 and served until he retired in 1886 due to health problems.
For the next six years the presbytery provided numerous Supply Pastors as there was not a regular minister for the church during that time. The church again used Stated Supply Ministers to conduct services until 1880, when the church called Rev.
On July 5, the Weekday Kindergarten Program (the first in the county) was approved.
Mc Pherson became the pastor of the church on August 19, 1952. The original dishes for the kitchen were bought with grocery coupons, which everyone saved and contributed.
On October 3, 2015, a large oak tree was brought down during an overnight storm.
It landed on and did significant damage to the sanctuary of TPC. Details of this event are on the Tree Damage Recovery page. Beall and Abner Morrison (Ruling Elder of the Concord Church) was appointed to carry out the organization.