Royce E. Everette Jr. joined the family business, Time Investment Corporation in 1977. He served in various capacities until being named President of the corporation in 1990. He continues to serve in that position. Time Investment Corporation trades as Time Financing Service and has twenty-four branches throughout North Carolina. Time Investment Corporation currently employs over 135 people at the different locations. Time Financing Service serves the small consumer loan needs of over 35,000 fellow North Carolinians.
Time Investment Corporation is a founding member of the trade association, Resident Lenders of North Carolina. He serves as legislative committee chairman of this organization. His efforts in this association culminated in being named as recipient of the organization’s David Reaves award for distinguished service for the year 2012 and 2016.
His efforts in this group included the lead in securing a major contribution to the AFSA’s Education Foundation’s Legacy Society which promotes MoneySkills, an online financial literacy course to middle school, high school, college students and citizens in our communities. Through Time Investment Corporation, he and The Southern Christian Leadership Conference are supporters of The Benevolence Corps, a group which offers free tutoring to children along with MoneySkills to adults in the community. They also support The Faith Center of North Carolina to help revolutionize neighborhoods in an effort to combat crime and improve the health and well-being for all. In 2009, he served as a member of the Joint Legislative Study Commission of the Modernization of the North Carolina Banking laws and the Consumer Finance Act.
He is a trustee of Mid-Atlantic Christian University located in Elizabeth City, N.C. He is a proud lifetime member and current board member of the Pitt County chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference which is an organization that strives to improve our community for all citizens. He is an active member of the Friends in Fellowship Christian church and serves as an Elder. Outside of his professional and civic interests, he travels widely, spending time at the beach, reads, and enjoys living in Greenville, N.C. with his wife Bonnie and their three children Blanton, Spencer and Hope.