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    Brother: Search Called Off For Missing Contracting Executive

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    Police have called off a five-day search for a missing executive from a major Little Rock contracting firm. John W. Glasgow, vice president and chief financial officer of CDI Contractors, was reported missing Monday. His brother Roger Glasgow told Arkansas Business magazine Saturday that officers called to tell him the search ended after turning up no new leads in the disappearance. Roger Glasgow said his brother's wife was at Petit Jean State Park coordinating volunteer searchers, including about 50 from CDI Contractors of Little Rock. That's where the 45-year-old has served as chief financial officer for the last 12 years. John Glasgow's Volvo was found Tuesday in the Mather Lodge lot in the park atop Petit Jean Mountain south of Morrilton. Roger Glasgow said officers found the Volvo unlocked with a laptop inside. He said his brother's cellular phone and credit cards have not been used since he disappeared. CDI Contractors was founded in 1987 by the department store chain Dillard's and the late William Edward "Bill" Clark. The company grew into one of the state's leading construction companies, with annual revenues of more than $300 million.

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