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The Original BrickEngraver / BrickPrinter

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The BrickEngraver Family
"The family that does LEGO™  together stays together :) "

  Tommy Armstrong: The Original BrickEngraver/ BrickPrinter

Devoted husband and father of three (including Peyton and Sara-Elaine) and grandfather of two and the man behind the magic of the personalized LEGO(tm). You have probably seen him at various AFOL conventions with his mop of gray hair and his fisherman's vest that he uses as an organizational tool. When he is not engraving or printing LEGO™ he works at the Harnett County Wastewater Treatment Plant. His various passions besides LEGO(tm) includes photography, minerals, and his family.

Peyton Armstrong: Founding Partner/ Son of the BrickEngraver

A graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill, Peyton now keeps busy with his day job as a Computer Technician for Harnett County Schools. In his spare time he enjoys cycling, kayaking, and spending time with friends and family. He helped pioneer the business and still remains a staple at AFOL (Adult Fan of  LEGO™) conventions.
Sara-Elaine Armstrong: Administrative and Production Manager/ Daughter of the BrickEngraver

A 2010 graduate of Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC with a B.A. in Political Science, Sara-Elaine keeps busy by keeping Tommy straight :). She is a member of Phi Mu Fraternity and in her spare time loves traveling, photography, reading, theatre, music, and art. Her role includes helping in all stages of engraving/ printing production, as well as the office work.
Jeanette Armstrong: Quality Control and the Glue that Holds Us all together

Jeanette is Tommy's wife and loving mother of three and Nana of two. She pushes Tommy the create the best product he can and helps Sara-Elaine with organization. She is truly the glue that holds us all together.