Oliver Francis – CEO of the Oliver 600 Self-Centering Drill Bit
The Oliver Model 600 automatically grinds drill points to produce precision helical points with pinpoint accuracy. This self-centering and self-generating helix reduces thrust and torque by over 20% while simultaneously providing increased in-feed rates, hole wall integrity, tight tolerances, and longer lasting drill bits.
LeCount maintains a database of Oliver 500 and 600 serial numbers belonging to their owners. He believes there may be more out there; renewed interest in these utility tractors could indicate as such!
Early Life and Education
Oliver spent much of his youth working various jobs, such as cutting and selling wood, performing menial chores, casting molds at a foundry and helping his family run South Bend Iron Company – learning all aspects of production before being given responsibility for overseeing operations at their plant.
He would go on to win several prestigious awards, such as an ACS Gold award for his cinematography work on Australian WWI suspense war drama ‘Beaconsfield’ and action thriller ‘Wolf Creek 2′ for Greg Mclean. Additionally, he lensed Maven Pictures’ indie fantasy romance ‘Wildling’ starring Liv Tyler and Bel Powley.
Oliver has distinguished himself professionally while also being active in his community as a philanthropist, providing assistance to young people’s education by conducting workshops for CMU’s Master of Entertainment Industry Management program students in Los Angeles.
Oliver, former Vice President of Mott Community Foundation in Flint, now fills various regional and national leadership roles. These include serving as vice chair for Community Philanthropy for Council of Michigan Foundations as well as membership on CF Leads; both programs geared at developing philanthropic leaders.
At the 1982 National League All-Star Game held in Montreal, Oliver received a standing ovation from fans in attendance – one of the highlights of his career.
Oliver played for Georgia Tech as part of the “Lethal Weapon Three”, leading them to win an Atlantic Coast Conference championship in 1990. Additionally, he spent four seasons with Kentucky Colonels, New York Nets, and Carolina Cougars of the American Basketball Association (ABA).
Achievement and Honors
Oliver has earned many honors and awards throughout his career, such as being recognized by The American Board of Trial Advocates as one of the country’s premier trial lawyers and receiving several lifetime achievement awards in his profession.
He was an invaluable asset to his firm’s success, taking great pride in fulfilling his responsibilities as leader and friend to everyone at work. Additionally, he loved giving gifts during holidays!
Her athletic career was remarkable: she earned All-American status at both Niceville High School and Florida A&M University for track and field. Additionally, she holds two MEAC records as well as being part of a national champion 4x400m relay team.
Oliver graduated in 2006 from Carnegie Mellon’s economics program – a joint offering between Dietrich College and Tepper School of Business. Since moving to Los Angeles with Codie in 2011, they have directed, produced and written films such as Kinyarwanda (2011), The Perfect Guy (2015) and Black Love (2017) together.
At his church and community, he is actively involved, while supporting youth sports. Additionally, his interests include travel and photography – with travel being his particular passion – photography being his hobby of choice – but his real love lies in spending time with his children. An Aquarius by nature, his strengths include loyalty, sympathy, tenacity and persuasiveness while his weaknesses include being moody, pessimistic or suspicious; in turn making him an easygoing character who yearns to be loved – always searching for ways to do just that!
Oliver Francis, 27, is an estimated net worth of $450 thousand and rose to fame through TikTok and YouTube where he uploaded lip-syncing videos of popular songs that amassed over 4 million subscribers on both platforms.
He and his wife Charlotte each earn about $233,000 annually; Charlotte works as a consultant while Oliver does sales. They have two teenaged children whom they plan on supporting through university studies. Furthermore, both Charlotte and Oliver work for companies offering group registered retirement savings plans; these savings plans also allow for significant contributions into individual accounts as well.
McGuire and LeCount discussed creating an official registry of Oliver 500s and 600s at the HPOCA winter show in 2016 at which each tractor would have an official name and address associated with it. Their goal was to both commemorate family histories through these tractors while identifying owners for maintenance purposes.