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09/21/2016OXFORD – Ryland Eugene Sneed, 73, died Thursday, September 1, 2016, at Methodist University Hospital in Germantown, Tennessee. A funeral service will be held Sunday, September 4, 2016, at 2:30 p.m. at North Oxford Baptist Church with the Rev. Johnny Flynt and the Rev. David Bodenheimer officiating. Burial will follow in Union Church of the Nazarene Cemetery. A catered reception and visitation will be held in West Hall at Waller Funeral Home Saturday evening, September 3, 2016, from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. and beginning at 1:30 p.m. prior to the service on Sunday, September 4, 2016, at the church. Born in Oxford, Mississippi, to the late Oscar Ryland and Hattie Mae Mitchell Sneed, Mr. Sneed was the owner of Precision Engineering was retired from the United States Army where he served as a major. He was a member of North Oxford Baptist Church and of the National Council of Examiners and Engineers. He served on the board of Registered Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. Mr. Sneed was an avid Ole Miss basketball fan and found great enjoyment working on the family farm. Mr. Sneed is survived by his wife, Peggy Sneed of Oxford, Mississippi; daughters, Heather Sneed McClendon and her husband, Robert, of Oxford, Mississippi, and Allison Sneed, also of Oxford, Mississippi; a son, Patrick Sneed and his wife, Kayla of Oxford, Mississippi; a sister, Jo Hale of New Albany, Mississippi; a brother, Harold Dean Sneed of Pontotoc, Mississippi, and three grandchildren. Memorial contributions in Mr. Sneed's memory may be made to North Oxford Baptist Church, P.O. Box 1700, Oxford, Mississippi 38655 or the Union Church of the Nazarene Cemetery Fund, 95 Holly Lane, Thaxton, MS 38871. In honor of Mr. Sneed's service to our country, the flag of the United States Army will be flown at Waller Funeral Home.
08/21/2015PEC would like to welcome Shane Cardwell to our team. Shane is a professional engineer with experience in site design, testing, geotechnical and environmental engineering. Shane has 13 years of experience in since graduation from Ole Miss.
08/21/2015PEC would like to welcome Mark Wilkie to our team. Mark will be working in our construction materials testing and geotechnical exploration group.
03/20/2015Good luck to all the teams competing in the ASCE Deep South Competition hosted by Ole Miss. PEC was glad to be able to help with the surveying events. Brian Byars laid out the course and will be one of the judges.
03/16/2015PEC would like to welcome James Wray to our team. James will be serving as a crew chief and brings 13 years of experience in surveying.
01/16/2015PEC would like to welcome Grant Jones to the team. Grant will be working with our construction materials testing and geotechnical group.
10/27/2014Hubert L. Foley Jr., a longtime New Albany engineer, who was loved by many, died at North Mississippi Medical Center on October 26, 2014. He was 80 years old. He was born on December 10, 1933, in New Albany to Hubert L. Foley Sr. and Sarah Lucy Longest Foley. He grew up in New Albany, graduating from New Albany High School in 1952. He continued his education at Northeast Mississippi Junior College. He received his bachelor of science in Civil Engineering from the University of Mississippi in 1959. He completed academic requirements for a master's degree in Civil Engineering in 1962. After working for MDOT, Hubert Lynn opened his business Hubert L. Foley Jr. & Associates, P.A., which he operated from 1964 to 2005. At this time, the business merged with Precision Engineering Corporation of Oxford, maintaining offices in New Albany and Oxford. During this time, Hubert Lynn has served as Union County engineer, a position he has held for 52 years and until recently engineer for the City of New Albany. Hubert Lynn was the longest serving county engineer in the State of Mississippi. Hubert Lynn's professional affiliations included the Mississippi Engineering Society, the Mississippi Association of County Engineers, the National Association of County Engineers, the National Society of Professional Engineers, and the American Society of Civil Engineers. His professional achievements include receiving the Engineer of the Year award for 1997 presented by the Northeast Chapter of the Mississippi Engineering Society and the Engineer of the Year Award for 1999 presented by the Mississippi Engineering Society. He has served on the National Peer Review Committee for the American Society of Civil Engineers. Hubert Lynn has worked diligently to promote engineering education by giving presentations to high school students in the northeast area of the state. He also served as a guest lecturer in transportation at the Ole Miss School of Engineering, where he belonged to the alumni association. Another duty Hubert Lynn performed was as an engineering arbitrator in many cases involving engineering skills. Along with his professional interests, Hubert Lynn was actively involved with his family in cattle and timber farming. His family was one of the first in the region to promote Red Angus cattle. He was a past president of the Mississippi Red Angus Association. He also served as president of the Southeastern Red Angus Association covering seven states. Over the years he developed a keen interest in the history of the area and was involved with the Union County Historical Society. Hubert Lynn had a great knowledge of the old tools, surveying instruments, farm equipment and collectables. His love of history is partially because his family, maternal and paternal, served during the Civil War. Hubert Lynn served his country as a member of the National Guard from 1952 to 1962. Hubert Lynn is survived by his wife, Judy Bennett Foley, whom he married June 18, 1960. He is also survived by his daughter, Judith Bennett ""Bengie"" Foley, the apple of his eye; a brother, Joe Foley of Guntown; a sister, Christine Foley of California; and a sister-in-law, Marcia Foley of Florida. He was predeceased by his parents; a brother Jimmy Foley; and a sister, Jane Foley Daniel Duffey. Hubert Lynn was an active member of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church of New Albany. He served as a deacon for several years. Since 1999, he has served as an Elder. He also held various other church offices. Services will be today, October 28, 2014, at 11 a.m. at the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church of New Albany with the Rev. Mark Miller, the Rev. William B. Everett and Mr. Steven Ewing officiating. Burial will be in Vista Memorial Park. Visitation will be at the church from 9 to 11 a.m. United Funeral Service is in charge of the arrangements. Pallbearers will be Mark Pannell, Lee Henson, Scott Everett, Chuck Cooper, Chad Mayer and Jon Adams. Honorary pallbearers will be the Union County Board of Supervisors. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church of New Albany or Blue Mountain College. In honor of Mr. Foley's military service, United Funeral Service will fly the U.S. Army flag during his visitation and service.
01/17/2014Precision Engineering would like to welcome Matt McKeegan and Alison Taylor. Matt will be working in our surveying department. Matt is a licensed surveyor in ID, NV, MT and CO and is working on his MS license. Alison will be working as our receptionist.
12/10/2013Precision Engineering would like to welcome our new employees: Derek Tutor, Jason VanEvery, Justin Elliott and Drew Patrick. Derek is a Civil Engineering graduate from the University of Mississippi and will be working in the PEC Construction Materials department. Jason is a Civil Engineering graduate from Christian Brothers and will be working in the PEC Civil Engineering department. Justin has an extensive background in construction staking and will be working with the PEC Surveying department. Drew has been working in roadway construction and will be working in the PEC Construction Materials department.
05/30/2013Precision Engineering would like to welcome Jay Luna and Hayden Worsham. Jay and Hayden are Civil Engineering students at the University of Mississippi and will be working part time in our materials lab.
05/15/2013Congratulations to Brian Byars obtaining his professional surveyor registration.
05/02/2013 Precision Engineering Corporation has purchased a Dipstick Profiler. Now we can perform Floor Flatness and Floor Levelness testing in-house. Contact Brian Byars to schedule testing you next slab placement.
04/18/2013Precision Engineering's materials lab just completed updating their MDOT Concrete Certification and obtained MDOT Soil Certification.
12/01/2012We would like to welcome Scott McKibben to Precision Engineering. Scott will be overseeing our accounting department.
12/01/2012Congratulations to Brian Byars on passing the Principles and Practice of Surveying Exam.
11/04/2012We want to congratulate Lee and Randall Mize on the birth of new daughter, Bailey Katherine Mize.
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Oxford Corporate Office
(P) 662-234-8539 (F) 662-234-8639
276 County Road 101, Oxford, Mississippi 38655
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