Larry E. Jewell, '57 English, was inducted into the Florence Athletic Hall of Fame on January 17th, 2015. The induction ceremony and banquet was held at the Florence Civic Center in Florence, South Carolina. A picture and plaque of Jewell's accomplishments can be found inside the Hall of Fame, which is located in the Florence Civic Center.
Edward W. Mullins, Jr., ’57 has been inducted into the Warren E. Burger Society, which honors individuals who have volunteered their time, talent and support to the National Center for State Courts (NCSC).
Jimmy Cooper, '61 Elementary Education, Jimmy Preston Cooper and Ann Reese Cooper of Columbia, SC recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary.
Douglas F. Dent, ’66 Economics, ’73 Law, has closed his private law firm of 40 years and been appointed as General Counsel for the Greenville County Redevelopment Authority, an independent agency of Greenville County whose mission is the provision of housing, community revitalization and economic development.
John P. Cardillo, ’68 Law, a founding partner of the law firm Cardillo, Keith & Bonaquist, P.A., was selected as Attorney of the Month by the Legal Aid Service of Collier County.
Elizabeth “Betsy” Van Doren Gray, ’70 Interdisciplinary Studies, ’76 Law, Betsy Gray, of Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC, has been selected for Lifetime Achievement Membership to America's Top 100 Attorneys in South Carolina. Membership recognizes those who exhibit the highest ethical standards in the legal profession and is limited to 100 attorneys from each state.
Reverend David L. Anderson, ’73 Political Science, has been name the 2015 recipient of The Charles L. Calkins Award, which recognizes those who have provided exemplary service in caring for the pension and benefits needs of those who serve The United Methodist Church.
Edward D. “Butch” Barnhill Jr., ’73 Law, a veteran attorney with decades of experience, has joined Callison Tighe law firm. Barnhill has practiced for more than 40 years in Columbia, primarily representing clients in real estate transactions, developments and litigation. His practice will focus on real estate, probate and business law.
Dr. Gerald Harmon, '73, Physics, physician has assumed the position of board chair for the American Medical Association, the largest association of physicians in the country and an influential voice in the ongoing national debate over health care. Dr. Gerald Harmon, a board-certified physician with Tidelands Waccamaw Family Medicine and vice president of Tidelands Health Group, on Wednesday became chair of the board of trustees for the AMA. Dr. Harmon has served as an AMA trustee since 2013 and joined the executive committee in 2015 as secretary to the board. He was named chair-elect in 2016. As board chair for the AMA, Dr. Harmon will help formulate the AMA’s positions on key issues and serve as a top spokesperson for the organization. He’ll be responsible for creating work groups and task forces to study important topics and develop solutions. “It is a tremendous honor to serve in this role,” Dr. Harmon said. “I look forward to working with the AMA staff and board of trustees to help shape America’s health care system to best meet the needs of patients and physicians.”
The mission of the AMA is to promote of the art and science of medicine and the betterment of public health. The AMA, founded in 1847, has more than 200,000 members, and publishes the Journal of the American Medical Association, the largest weekly medical journal in the world.
The AMA is also a prominent national voice on issues affecting the medical profession and health care. For example, it has been a vocal opponent of the American Health Care Act, a bill passed in May by the U.S. House of Representatives to replace the Affordable Health Care Act. Dr. Harmon, who has practiced medicine in Georgetown County since 1983, is one of 21 members on the AMA board of trustees.
“Dr. Harmon is widely recognized for his selflessness, vision and ability to work with others to find common ground,” said H. McRoy Skipper Jr., CPA, chairman of the Tidelands Health board of trustees. “In short, he embodies the traits you want in a leader at a time of such deep divisions on a topic – health care – that’s so crucial to the future of our country. “Dr. Harmon’s ascension to board chair at AMA is an honor for Tidelands Health and the entire state of South Carolina.” In addition to his work as a family physician and service to the AMA, Dr. Harmon has earned numerous recognitions for advancing the practice of medicine and medical education in South Carolina. He has held several leadership positions in the South Carolina Medical Association, including chairman of the board and president, and serves as a clinical professor of family medicine at MUSC and the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. He has twice been named Community Educator of the Year by the South Carolina Academy of Family Physicians and Educator of the Year by the South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium. He is the recipient of the President’s Award from the South Carolina Medical Association. Dr. Harmon has served his community and his country. He volunteers for several local organizations, including as medical director for Georgetown County’s public schools, and is district commissioner for the State Aeronautics Commission. He is a recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Georgetown County Chamber of Commerce.A retired major general from the U.S. Air Force, he served in Operation Desert Shield, Operation Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom as chief surgeon for the National Guard Bureau and as assistant surgeon for the U.S. Air Force. He earned the Distinguished Service Medal, the Legion of Merit, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Air Force Commendation Medal and the Humanitarian Service Medal.
Walter C. Sprouse, ’73 Journalism, has been named to the 2016 list of “Notable Georgians” by the Georgia Trend Magazine. It is the fifth time that Sprouse has been named to the prestigious edition of the magazine.
Valerie Abrahamsen, ’75 French,
published Paranormal: A New Testament Scholar Looks at the Afterlife,
in May of 2015 by Shires Press. In June 2015, she presented a paper
based on the book, “Death, the Ultimate Transition: Current Research on
the Afterlife in Dialogue with Christina Traditions,” at a conference of
the National Coalition of Independent Scholars, held at Yale
Ashley Mace Havird, '75 English, has won the 2015 Ferrol Sams Award for her debut novel, Lightningstruck ( Mercer University Press, 2016). Set in the Civil Rights Era, a young-girl and her lightning-struck horse hunt for treasure on her family's tobacco farm but find the unexpected.Havird has also published three collections of poems, including The Garden of the Fugitives (Texas Review Press, 2014), which was awarded the 2013 X.J. Kennedy Prize. For more information, please go to www.ashleymacehavird.com.
Kenneth M. Suggs, ’75 Law, received the War Horse award from the Southern Trial Lawyers Association (STLA) in 2015.
Colonel Robert J. Coates, USMC (Ret), ’77 History, was recently inducted in the United States Special Operations Command Commando Hall of Honor class of 2016 after serving over 32 years of active duty in various infantry and special operations assignments to include multiply combat tours in El Salvador and Iraq.
Richard “Rick” Detwiler, ’77, Marketing, ’85 Law, is now certified as a circuit court mediator.
John L. Jamrogowicz, 77, Political Science, '79, Master of Education, has retired after 26 years of service with Trident Technical College.He has served there as Dean of Enrollment since 2003.
David W. Rogers, ’78 Journalism, was recently installed as the associate pastor at Cross of Life Lutheran Church in Roswell, Georgia, under the terms of the Agreement of Full Communion between the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Bart Daniel, '80 Juris Doctor, was elected president of the National Association of Former United States Attorneys.Daniel served as United States Attorney from 1989 to 1992. While U.S. attorney, Daniel was appointed to the Attorney General's Advisory Committee.He also directed the investigation and prosecution of Operation Lost Trust, one of the nation's largest and most successful public corruption prosecutions.In 1991, Daniel was awarded the Attorney General's Flag Award- the highest award given to a U.S. attorney.Daniel will serve a three-year term as president of the NAFUSA.
Randy W. Williams, ‘80 Political Science, Randy Williams has been selected for inclusion in Texas Super Lawyers 2016, a list that reflects only the top five percent of lawyers in Texas, by Thompson Reuters.
Joel Haywood Smith III, ’81 Law, has been re-elected as managing partner at Bowman and Brooke, LLP’s Columbia, SC office.
Richard H. Willis, ’81 Law, has been re-elected as Co-managing partner at Bowman and Brooke, LLP’s Columbia, SC office.
Reginald “Reggie” Hall, ’82 Interdisciplinary Studies, ’93 Master of Media Arts, South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation (SCFB) Promotion and Education Division Director, was presented the “Reuben Brigham Award” by the Association for Communication Excellence in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Life and Human Sciences (ACE) in Charleston, SC. The award recognizes an individual outside of ACE who has made a major contribution in the field of agriculture, natural resources, or life and human sciences at the regional, national or international level.
Dr. Lee Ann J. Clements, ’83 Master of Science, ’88 Doctor of Philosophy, was recently appointed Associate Provost for Assessment and Academic Operations at Jacksonville University.
Dr. Jose Lezcano, ’83 Master of Guitar, recently debuted a solo performance of his Double concerto for flute, guitar and strings at the Identidades International Festival, as well as performing with cellist Rebecca Hartka at the Boston Guitar Society Ensembles Festival in the Boston premiere of his Sonata for Cello and Guitar, and attending the New York premiere of his “Postcards” for flute and piano at the Spectrum NYC Composers Now Festival.
Dwight C. Watson, ’83 Elementary Education, ’85 Master of Education, Doctorate of Education from North Carolina State University, Raleigh, has been name Provost and Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs at Southwest Minnesota State University, Marshall.
Michael Heath, ’84 Accounting, launched the sequel to Garlic Bread for Eugene titled: Lemonade for Eugene on April 15th, 2015.
Claire B. Pollard, ’86 Journalism, Claire Boney Pollard hosted a fundraiser , Putting On The Dog 2016, on July 23rd, 2016, on behalf of FURS, the animal rescue service that was founded by Ms. Boney Pollard. The fundraiser has so far raised $12,000 for the charity.
Wynetka Ann Shutt, ’88 Advertising, ’95 Law, received a South Carolina Leadership in Law Award from South Carolina Lawyers Weekly which is given yearly to attorneys who contribute to society, achieve professional success and make an impact on the legal industry.
Daniel J. Ballou, ’91 Law, has joined Morton & Gettys as the new senior counsel in Rock Hill, S.C.
Daniel Wallick, '91, Finance, of Wallick Investments, a Registered Investment Advisory firm based out of Columbia, SC, has received national recognition for it's performance as private money mangers from Morningstar, a leading provider of investment research in North America, Europe, Australia and Asia.
James W. Bannister, '92, History, '95, Law, Managing partner of Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey, LLC, was recently admitted as a Fellow of the American Board of Criminal Lawyers, an exclusive national legal honorary society for outstanding criminal trial attorneys.
Jennifer A. Dickson, '92, Music, Jennifer A. Dickson has published Lucie Brandon and the Mystery of the Patchwork Dreams, a new work of juvenile fiction.Set in the Northwest Georgia mountains,it tells the story of Lucie's search for missing family heirlooms, aide by mysterious dreams of her ancestors and her best friend, Andrea. Set in the Northwest Georgia mountains, it tells the story of Lucie's search for missing family heirlooms.
Peter Koufopoulos, ’92 Marine Science, has been named Director of Seafood Safety at FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.
LTC Renita L. Berry, ’93, Chemistry, assumed command of the 218th Leadership Regiment in a ceremony held August 1st, 2015, in Eastover, South Carolina. This assignment makes Berry the first African-American female to hold a brigade-level command in the South Carolina Army National Guard.
Thomas J. Overton III, ’93 Retail, has been named The Hattiesburg American’s new general manager, a newspaper based in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
Mark Dinges, '95 Master of Education, has been appointed as Assistant Director of Development for Washington State University's College of Education.
Dr. William Malambri, Jr., '95, Doctor of Conducting. Carowinds theme park has named their Festival of Music building after Dr. Malambri, Jr., who has served as the theme park's consultant on the program for 38 years.
L. Scott Barringer, ’96, Master of Accountancy, has joined the Birmingham, Alabama, office of Lovoy, Summerville, & Shelton, LLC.
Anne McGinness Kearse, ’98 Law, has been recognized by Best Lawyers as a 2016 “Lawyer of the Year” in Charleston, S.C., for her work on behalf of plaintiffs in mass tort litigation/class actions.
Dr. Mark William Lee, ’98 Masters of Education, has retired from the U.S. Army after more than 30 years of distinguished service to our great Nation.
Cami Best-Jones, '99 Advertising and Public Relations, has recently been promoted to Director of Development for Chesapeake Bay Academy, an independent school serving K-12 students with learning difficulties in the Hampton Roads area.
Steve N. Jackson, ’00 Journalism, has recently published a new fantasy book series and additional information can be found on the website virdea.net.
Raymond Carter Shelton, '00, Master of International Business Studies, Coca-Cola East Japan has appointed Raymond Shelton as it's Chief Communications and Investor Relations Officer.
Stuart S. Brockington, ’01 Journalism, has been named as one of the “15 Young Innovators Who Will Change the Magazine Business” by ADWEEK. This honor adds to the list of awards which Stuart has received during his career including being recognized by Out Magazine as one of the “Out 100” in 2015, the “Impact Advertising Award” in 2006 from USA Today and “Salesperson of the Year” in 2014 via Here Media.
Benjamin Daniel Johnson, ’02 Finance, ’02 Master Business Administration, has joined the South Carolina Department of Commerce as a research director.
Christopher M. Sheaffer, ’03 Criminal Justice, has been promoted to partner at Reed Smith LLP in the firm’s New York City office.
Jasmine Denise Smith, '04 Psychology, '07 Counseling Education, '12 Juris Doctor, has joined Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC as an associate.Prior to joinng Sowell Gray, Jasmine served as a staff attorney and judicial law clerk for both the Honorable John D. Geathers and Honorable Jasper M. Cureton at the South Carolina Court of Appeals. Jasmine has twice received the South Carolina Young Lawyers Division Star of the Quarter and was named an American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Scholar. Jasmine will focus her practice at Sowell Gray on workers' compensation defense.
Jasmine is a recipient of the The South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division President’s Award. This award honors her service and leadership in the legal profession. Jasmine currently serves as co-chair of the Young Lawyers Division Voices Against Violence Committee, where she received the “Outstanding Volunteer Group” Award for a shelter refurbishment project she helped to implement. She also serves as co-chair of the South Carolina Bar Leadership Academy Committee, chair of the Resource Assembly and Website Development committee for the South Carolina Bar Living Above the Bar Wellness Committee and is a member of the Young Lawyers Division Color of Justice Committee.
Michael LaForgia , ’05 English, reporter with the Tampa Bay Times , wins his second Pulitzer Prize in three years for his investigative reporting on the state of Pinellas County, FL schools.
Ana Maria Otamendi, '07, Graduate Certificate in Piano Performance, has accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Collaborative Piano at Louisiana State University, starting fall of 2017. Otamendi also launched the Collaborative Piano Institute in June 2017, the only program of its kind in the US. She serves as Artistic Director of the Institute.
Anna Kate Twitty, '07, Advertising and Public Relations, '10, Urban Public Affairs, historic Columbia has announced the hiring of Anna Kate Twitty as their new Director of Marketing and Communications. Twitty comes to Historic Columbia from Cyberwoven, a full service digital and web development agency, where she was an Account Manager.
Brannon J. Arnold, ’08, Law, is one of five attorneys that has been named partner at Weinberg, Wheeler, Hudgins, Gunn & Dial, LLC.
Joy Wilkerson Callaway, ’08 Master of Mass Communications, is releasing her debut book, The Fifth Avenue Artists Society, on May 31st of 2016. The novel is a story of secrets, love and history, but mainly it is about the bond between strong women that is based on her great-great grandmother and her siblings.
Brenda Davenport, '08 Accounting, has joined the law firm Poyner Spruill LLP as an associate in the Charlotte office. She focuses her legal practice on employee benefits and business law. She represents clients in the design,implementation, and administration of retirement, welfare, fringe, and executive compensation plans. In business law, she advises corporate clients and nonprofit entities in a broad range of corporate transactional issues.
Mary Helen Beard, '09 English, CPSM, has joined Sowell Gray Robinson as Marketing Manager. As Marketing Manager for Sowell Gray Robinson, she will help to develop the firm’s marketing program and strategize new initiatives to focus the marketing efforts.
Harris J. Darver, '09 has been promoted to Senior Manager of McGregor & Company, LLC.
Catherine Anitha Manohar, ’09 Doctor of Philosophy, has been appointed assistant teaching professor of finance in the School of Business at Quinnipiac University
Edward Cahill ‘10 and Orlando City Soccer Club executives received the Social Media Activation of the Year award for their #OrlandoUnited campaign after the tragic events at Pulse Nightclub.
Eve Goodstein, ’10 Political Science, has joined Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC as a new attorney in Columbia, S.C.
C. Bryan Mise, ’10 Finance, has affiliated his financial planning firm Compass Investment Advisors, LLC, with Independent Advisor Alliance (IAA) in Charlotte, N.C.
Aaron Kingrey, ’11 Economics, has joined Engineered Stock Trading as a senior trainer and trade analyst in Raleigh, N.C.
Colin McGrath, '11 Political Science, has joined the law firm of Poyner Spruill as an associate in their Raleigh office. McGrath concentrates his legal practice on zoning and land use, and assists partners in representing land owners,developers, and local government in state and federal court. McGrath also represents clients in civil ligation involving complex business disputes.
Dr. Sara Lehtonen Mcfall, ’12, Pharmacy, gave birth to her son Nolan Ritter who was born August 7, 2015.
Heather S. Mims, '12 Accounting, '13 Master of Accountancy, McGregor & Company, LLP, has promoted Heather S. Mims to Senior Staff Accountant.
Randall Stewart, '13, Sports and Entertainment Management, has been hired as the Director of Athletic Communications for Newberry College.
Pedro Rubens De Abreu, ’14 Business Economics, has been named one of the finalist of the 2016 FORBES magazine 30 under 30 which recognizes the year’s brightest young entrepreneurs.
Meghan Elizabeth Conroy, '14, Anthropology, has started a nonprofit organization based out of Washington, DC called Project Cyma which aims to provide assistance in the form of 3-G and WiFi-capable, solar-powered tablets to participants in a program called Peace Through Sports held in Nigeria. These tablets will provide access to apps , counter-extremist comic books with Nigerian characters, a mentoring program, job and internships postings, information on reproductive and maternal health, ways to connect with college counselors, and apps centered on conflict resolution and peace.
Nancy Caroline Cann, '15, Broadcast Journalism, lands dream job in the NFL as the digital media and sideline reporter for the Indianapolis Colts.
Jay Crowder, '15, Chester, SC native Jay Crowder, a 2015 graduate of the University of South Carolina currently studying Environmental Law at the Vermont Law School in South Royalton, Vermont, has been elected editor-in-chief of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law for the 2017-18 term. He will also be teaching legal writing to first-year law students while serving as a Dean’s Fellow. Vermont Law School is the top-ranked environmental law school in the country. As editor-in-chief, Crowder will be responsible for leading the full staff of Volume 19 of the environmental law journal. He previously served as a staff editor during 2016-17. Crowder who will graduate from the Vermont Law School in May 2018 earned a BS degree in Environmental Science and a Minor in Economics from the University of South Carolina.
Steven Rubin Millner, '15 Marine Science, participated in Cooper Medical School of Rowan University's (CMSRU) annual White Coat Ceremony for the school's new class of 2020.
Katie Shelgren, '15, Public Relations, and her husband Will Boggs '13, International Business Administration, have formed an anti-trafficking organization called Raise A Voice after completing a yearlong service and research endeavor around the world learning about the global injustice of human trafficking and are currently writing a book on the subject.
Emily Eckert, '16, Public Relations, has joined NP Strategy as a Project Coordinator and will help serve clients in North and South Carolina. NP Strategy is a strategic Communications firm helping clients navigate the business and public domains while shaping and controlling their message.
Betty Wilson, '16, Master of Social Work, has founded a community-based cancer initiative in Denmark, SC called Live 2 Win Fighters Initiative.She is also working on forming a community empowerment program for Denmark residents that will provide various outreach services.
Harry Elliott Willis, Jr., ’75 HRSM, Columbia, S.C.
Jean C. Rowland, ’77 master’s, Camden, S.C.
Ted Barron Freeman, ’57 master’s, Lugoff, S.C.
James T Pearce, Sr., ’42 Greenville, S.C.
Sandra Fowler Woods, ’90 master’s, Marion, S.C.
Joseph V. Caputo, ’71 master’s, Sumter, S.C.
William D. Chisolm, Jr., ’61 Cayce, S.C.
Michael Grismore, ’02 master’s, Irmo, S.C.
Larry Keith Henderson, ’72 Nursing, Columbia, S.C.,
Leslie M. Parker, ’92 master’s, Portsmouth, V.A.
Margaret N. Fussell, ’05 master’s, Aiken, S.C.
Thomas B. Clark, Jr., ’47 West Columbia, S.C.
Daniel M. McEachin, Sr., ’49 Law, Florence, S.C.
Patricia Perry, ’80 master’s, Columbia, S.C.
Cecil W. Ward, ’51 ’57 master’s, Florence, S.C.
Billy Scoggins Putnam, ’72 Columbia, S.C.
Clyde R. Osbourne, ’72 Savannah, G.A.
Kendrick R. Johnson, ’77 master’s, Sumter, S.C.
William W. Rutledge, Sr., ’52, Anderson, S.C.
Paul E. Puckett, Sr., ’46 Bartow, F.L.
Terri Lynn Phillips, ’98 Gaffney, S.C.
James E. Mock, ’78 Aiken, S.C.
Sandra Roxane Ford ’80 Bamberg, S.C.
Caroline Marshall O’Dell, ’74 Belton. S.C.
Donald M. Bryant, ’62 Columbia, S.C.
John M. Cantey, ’55 Columbia, S.C.
Robert Charles Dollfus, ’95 Columbia, S.C.
Johnnie Rae Hunter, ’72 Columbia, S.C.
O. W. Hutto, Jr., ’49, ’52 Holly Hill, S.C.
Albert Roger Smarr, ’88 Columbia, S.C.
Hal Lavaughn Beverly, ‘01, Law, Surfside Beach, S.C.
Joseph T. Kiene, Jr., ’63, ’66 Law, North Charleston, S.C.
Marvin H. Eargle, ’62 Columbia, S.C.
William P. Baskin III, ’60 Law, Bishopville, S.C.
Rhonda Greene Costner, ’80, ’94 master’s, Spartanburg, S.C.
John C. Griffin III, 76 Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Lillian Stevenson, ’90 associates, North Augusta, S.C.
Erica Ruth Benson, ’97 Sun City, A.Z.
Kathryn Cogburn Key, ’82 master’s, Lexington, S.C.
Flossie Mae Barr, ’79 master’s, Conway, S.C.
Valerie Rowe-Jackson,’70, History Education, ’78, Master of Librarianship, West Columbia, S.C.
David Regis Stoltz, Jr., ’77, Management, Spartanburg, S.C.
Norman B. Turkett,’67, Chemical Engineering, Goose Creek, S.C.
Darryl D. Vaughn, ’76, Management, Columbia, S.C.
Mrs. Jean K. Gibbons,’62, Elementary Education, ‘82, Master of Education, New Zion, S.C.
Frances Mobley Sinkler,’51, Education, Charleston, S.C.
J. Franklin Frierson,’84, International Studies, Columbia, S.C.
Jordan Matthew Gardner,’10, Sports and Entertainment Management,’12, Master of Sports and Entertainment Management, Columbia, S.C.
Don F. Teseniar,’60, Management, Sumter, S.C.
Pauline Alexandra Thompson,’95, History, Columbia, S.C.
Charles S. Altman, ’66, Accounting,’69, Juris Doctor, Charleston, S.C.
E. C. McGregor Boyle,’48, Business Administration, Columbia, S.C.
Mrs. Norma J. Boatwright, ’83, History, Aiken, S.C.
Velna R. Patrick,’65, Master of Education, Greenville, S.C.
Billy T. Grubbs,’50, Engineering, Columbia, S.C.
Mrs. Mary Jo DuPre Case,’75, Master of Education, Abbeville, S.C.
Richard Henry Ruff,’54, Master of Education, Newberry, S.C.
Louise W. Williams,’76, Nursing,’78, Master of Psychiatric Nursing, Columbia, S.C.
William Charles McDuffie,’76, English, Charlotte, N.C.
Fred M. Reese, Jr.,’50, Pharmacy, Columbia, S.C.
Professor Linda C. Owens, ’73, Journalism, ’82, Master of Journalism, Tuckasegee, N.C.
Noel K. Yobs, ’49, Civil Engineering, Cayce, S.C.
Ronald R. Hall,’ 75, Juris Doctor, Columbia, S.C.
Thomas L. Taylor, ’75, Master of Public Administration, Columbia, S.C.
Dr. John T. Wright, ’72, Doctor of Comparative Literature, Columbia, S.C.
Paul A. Smith, Jr., ’66, Marketing, Hilton Head Island, S.C.
Ellis Lee Stockman, ’42, Master of Education, Batesburg, S.C.
Grace E. Weed, ’81, Broadcasting, Irmo, S.C.
Dr. C. L. Harkey, ’67, Doctor of Education, Columbia, S.C.
Mark Rollins Marden, ’79, Psychology, Canton, G.A.
Georgia N. Jenkins, '79, Business Management, Columbia, SC
Bill C. Richardson, '52, Business Economics, Cape Girardeau, MO
Sara J. Hempley, '69, Master of Education, Columbia, SC
P. Donald Clary, '63, Marketing, Columbia, SC
Jarrett Bryan Lanford, '98, Juris Doctor, Easley, SC
Julian L. Corley, Jr., '71, Marketing, Lexington, SC
C. J. Bilka, '66, History, Columbia, SC
Dr. Mac A. Goodwin, '76, Master of Art Eduaction, Spartanburg, SC
Luther E. Evans, '62, Management, Chapin, SC
Thomas J. Reynolds, '59, Business Administration, Greenville, SC
Karen I. Hook, '72, English, Columbia, SC
Kyle L. Lord, '15, Business Administration, Charlotte, NC
Dr. William Fraher Abernathy, '74, Master of Librarianship, Joplin, MO
Dr. William Parks, '87, Juris Doctor, Columbia, SC
Pearle Inez Langford, '39, Business Administration, Lexington, SC
Bobby L. Scott, '56, Pharmacy, Taylors, SC
Melissa Ann Turner, '83, English, Charleston, SC
Robert S. Watcher, '83, Associate of Science, Sumter, SC
Doris M. Rollins, '50, Education, Charleston, SC
Roger W. Chastain, '64, Business Management, Greenville, SC
James H. Quackenbush, '68, Juris Doctor, Swansea, SC
Thomas W. Jones, '67, Mechanical Engineering, Myrtle Beach, SC
Dr. Michael B. Foran, '69, Chemistry, Atascadero, CA
Thersesa Merrins, RN, '77, Nursing, '78 Master of Nursing, Jersey City, NJ
Stephen Earl Hutchinson, '80, Biology, Pawley's Island, SC
Dennis Renew, '80, Interdisciplinary Studies, Irmo, SC
Bessie Rainsford Yarborough, '71, History, '84, Master of Art History, Milledgeville, GA
Dr. U. Hoyt Bodie, Jr., '47, Unknown, Pawley's Island, SC
Andrew James Sean Duncan, '95, Law , '04, Master of History, Columbia, SC
Margaret Williamson Waugh, '83, Master of Education, West Columbia, SC
Stephen Alex Gimbel, '67, Master of Accountancy, Columbia, SC
Julian William Jones, '62, Chemical Engineering , '64, Master of Chem. Engineering, Columbia, SC
James F. Crosby, Jr., '52, Business Administration, Columbia, SC
Dr. Almon L. Way, Jr., '71, Master of Political Science , '74, Doctor of Public Administration, Mt. Pleasant, SC
Steven J. Polaski, '83, French, Lexington, SC
Jerry Lynn Case, '70, Commercial Education, Winnsboro, SC
Shelia Rae Harrison, '79, Arts(Associate) , '80, Psychology , '93, Master of Early Childhood Edu., Chapin, SC
Joe C. McGill, Jr., '54, Mechanical Engineering, Sumter, SC
John C. Ragin, Jr., '50, Unknown, Columbia, SC
Rev. Robert F. Gabriel, '50, Chemistry, Columbia, SC
Elizabeth M. Marion, '44, English, Greenville, SC
Rev. William K. Coble, '57, Biology, Chesnee, SC
Sam W. Allen, '48, Business Administration, Columbia, SC
Robert L. Sumwalt, Jr., '49, Civil Engineering, Columbia, SC
Bonnie S. Chappell, '34, French, Columbia, SC
Charles Boyd Culbertson, '52, Law, Columbia, SC
Eric E. Bell, '12, European Studies, Columbia, SC
Bobby D. Eleazer, '80, Marketing, Columbia, SC
Dr. James W. Harrison, '58, Education, Denmark, SC
Sue G. Jennings, '55, Journalism, Columbia, SC
Sondley Page Lever, '59, Engineering , '72, Master of Engineering, Columbia, SC
Sharon Michelle Hewitt, '99, Master of Special Education, Fond Du Lac, WI
William Troy Freeman, '72, Education, Prosperity, SC
Rolando T. Howell,Sr., '15, Interdisciplinary Studies, Hopkins,SC
Oliver Kermit McCarter, Jr., '76, Geography, Orangeburg,SC
Nancy Hunter Padgett, '88, Master of Social Work, Augusta, SC
James Thomas Chumley,Sr., '76, Broadcasting, Lexington, SC
William Matthews Hudson, '00, Political Science, Mrytle Beach, SC
Elizabeth Ann Kennerly, '64, Education, Columbia, SC
Martha C. Edens, ’48 Columbia, S.C.
Robert Michael Jones, ’68 Columbia, S.C.
E. Leroy Nettles, Jr., ’78 Law, Lake City, S.C.
Edward McCravy Lee, ’72 Florence, S.C.
Ricky Charles Patterson, ’96 Associate’s, Lexington, S.C.
Henry B. Richardson, Jr., ’66, ’69 Law, Sumter, S.C.
Anne Bowman Wyndham, ’88 master’s, Columbia, S.C.
James Michael Amrhein, ’73 master’s, Richmond, V.A.
Sandra S. Haddon, ’77 Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Alexandria Maret Holmes, ’13 Travelers Rest, S.C.
David W. Harwell, ’58 Law, Florence, S.C.
Stephen E. Miller, ’83 Tega Cay, S.C.
Robert L. Huggins, ’75 master’s, Taylors, S.C.
David N. Vannort, ’63 Columbia, S.C.
Arlene L. Pearlstine, ’55 Columbia, S.C.
John Gordon Steers, ’98 Fairfield, C.T.
Gregory Thomas Alia, ’06 Columbia, S.C.
Brian Scott Brown, ’00 Lexington, S.C.
Gerald D. Fielder, ’46 Union, S.C.
Dorothy Jeanne Mitchell, ’71 Columbia, S.C.
Larry C. Batson, ’74 Law, North Myrtle Beach, S.C,
Allie H. Jumper, ’81 Greenville, S.C.
Julian S. Levin, ’43, ’48 Law, Beaufort, S.C.
Bryan Michael Gay, ’13 Anderson, S.C.
Jean Roper James, ’75, ’80 doctorate, Columbia S.C.
Jerry E. Jameson, ’63 Spartanburg, S.C.
John Baynon Thomas, ’81 Winnsboro, S.C.
Robert Larry Barnard, ’82 associates, Columbia, S.C.
William T. Beckham, ’58 Columbia, S.C.
Dianna Ruth Hyre, ’90 Columbia, S.C.
Yvonne E. Sightler, ’53, ’62 master’s, West Columbia, S.C.
Jacqueline E. Jacobs, ’61, ’68 master’s, doctoral, Charleston, S.C.
Billy W. Mungo, ’54 Columbia, S.C.
Walter W. McAlhaney, ’74, ’79 master’s, doctoral, Fort Mill, S.C.
Harriet Celeste Toole, ’78 Aiken, S.C.
Richard Chapman Gilman, ’86 master’s, Bel Air, M.D.
Bradford Sloan Porter, ’09 Greenville, S.C.
Alton T. Jenkins, Jr., ’47 Thomaston, G.A.
Carroll Michael Moore, ’73, ’77 master’s, Columbia, S.C.
James E. Rush, ’89 Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Billy N. Shorter, Jr., ’86 Interdisciplinary Studies, Sumter, S.C.
Kitty B Storrs, ’42 Mathematics, Charlotte, N.C.
Sandra Augstine Dennis, ’97 Master of Social Work, Savannah, G.A.
Ronald Kevin Skipper, ’80 Religion, Blythewood, S.C.
Julius P. Gamble III, ’51 Business, Lane, S.C.
Patricia Beiga Head, ’76, ’98, Master of Social Work, Columbia, S.C.
William C. Thomson, ‘60, Arts and Science, Alexandria, V.A.
Laura Wells Hiers, ’84, Interdisciplinary Studies, Columbia, S.C.
Dan B. McIntyre, ’55, Electrical Engineering, Charlotte, N.C.
Elizabeth L. Cleveland, ’71, History, ’74, Social Studies, Greenville, S.C.
Marion Layne Metts, ’78, Law Enforcement, ’80, Criminal Justice, Greenwood, S.C.
Daniel J. McAulay, ’71, Pharmacy, Blythewood, S.C.
Donna M. Winn, ‘80, Advertising, Hampton, S.C.
Darwin L. Haines, ’80, Interdisciplinary Studies, Columbia, S.C.
John E. Stone, Jr., ‘72, Business Administration, Wilmington, N.C.
Zachary Bayard Maddox, ‘93, Master of Librarianship, Spartanburg, S.C.
Dr. David B. Rowe, ’69, Master of Mathematics, ‘87, Doctor of Mathematics, Marshville, N.C.
Joseph R. Byouk , ’82, Marketing, Greer, S.C.
Mana Paul Cochran, ’70, Art, Columbia, S.C.
Michael S. Spence, ’80, Theatre, Lexington, S.C.
Lewis R. Weeks, Jr., ’50, Business Administration, Columbia, S.C.
Honorable Sol Blatt Jr., ’41, Political Science, ’47, Juris Doctor, Charleston, S.C.
Robert S. Painter, ’73, Marketing, ’74, Master of Business Administration, Leesville, S.C.
Ernest R. Derrick III, ’80, Marketing, Little River, S.C.
Kenneth B. Shore, ’59, Secondary Education, Columbia, S.C.
George F. Hawkins, ’50, Business, ’52, Master of Education, Saluda, S.C.
Dr. Thomas W. Balcerek, ’77, Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia, S.C.
Professor Vance L. Cowden, ’74, Juris Doctor, Columbia, S.C.
Patrick J. Doyle,’56, Juris Doctor, Columbia, S.C.
Dr. Clare C. Hodge, Jr., ’70, Psychology,’73 Master of Psychology, ’81, Doctor of Education, Lexington, S.C.
Robert L. Bleakley, '44, Business Administration, Leesburg, FL
Cathy S. Poe, '93, Hotel and Tourism Mgmt, Lexington, SC
Francis H. Jackson, '68, French, West Columbia, SC
Elizabeth Hall Conklin, '75, Nursing, '80, Master of Clinical Nursing, Atlantic Beach, FL
The Honorable Ann Longwell Furr, '67, Elementary Education, '76 Juris Doctor, Columbia, SC
Dr. Rhonda E. Buescher, '93, Doctor of Music Education, Nashville, TN
Dr. P. Douglas Lyle, '91, Master of Mechanical Engineering, '97, Doctor of Mechanical Engineering, Aiken, SC
Patricia June Allen-Morgan, '71, Master of English, South Burlington, VT
Charles R. White, '49, Business Administration, North Richland Hills, TX
David Ransom Lawson, '92, Juris Doctor, Charleston, SC
Jane L. Brown, '69, Biology, Cullowhee, NC
Kathy Bolt Sterling , '75, Master of Reading Education, Anderson, SC
Charles A. Hinson, '61, Natural Science Education, Valdese, NC
William E. Clary, Jr. , '89, Interdisciplinary Studies, Columbia, SC
Dianne Moseley Ravenel , '75, Master of Psychology, Clearwater, FL
Joyce G. Watkins, '78, Master of Health Nursing, Camden, SC
Joseph B. Dillon, '76, Interdisciplinary Studies, Kansas City, MO
The Honorable Burnet R. Maybank, Jr., '50, Economics, Charleston, SC
Leonard B. Dolin, '76, Broadcasting, Greensboro, NC
Dr. Polly C. Haigler, '77, Nursing, , '81, Master of Clinical Nursing, '00, Doctor of Health Education, Black Mountain, NC
Walter F. Going, Jr, '48, Juris Doctor, Columbia, SC
Ruby May Ravdin Harris, '41, English, '69, Master of Education, Charleston, SC
William B. White, Jr., '51, Bachelor (Unknown), '52, Master of Education, Roanoke, VA
P. Donald Clary, '53, Marketing, Columbia, SC
Dr. Jo Ann J. Guinn, '84, Doctor of Philosophy, Camden, SC
Julian L. Corley, Jr., '71, Marketing, Lexington, SC
Charles A. Hinson, Sr., '61, Natural Science Education, Columbia, SC
Timothy C. Schwitters, '05, History, Hilton Head Island, SC
Dr. Peter Guy Canonico, '66, Master of Biology, Middletown, MD
Sadie R. Dunn, '54, Psychology, Hickory, NC
Fred G. Skinner, '66, Finance, Greenville, SC
Iris G. Ezell, '74, Master of Early Childhood Education, Spartanburg, SC
Dr. James W. Stitt, '69, Master of History, '76, Doctor of History, Asheboro, NC
Josefa Casanova Pitfield, '80, Master of French (Teaching) , Huntsville, AL
David L. Scott, ’78, ’80 master’s, Lexington, S.C.
Fred L. Sons, ’78, ’78 master’s, Lexington, S.C.
Patricia Quinn Tuite, ’57 Columbia, S.C.
Nancy Wingard Paige, ’56 Columbia, S.C.
Theron H. Peace, ’50 Lexington, S.C.
Claudia Waites Peeples, ’62 Barnwell, S.C.
Mary G. Mason, ’51 Columbia, S.C.
Denise Elaine Roy Shaw, ’01, ’04 master’s, doctoral, Chapin, S.C.
John W. Kennington, Sr., ’60 Clinton, S.C.
Priscilla Olliff Mercer, ’71 Statesboro, G.A.
Emory M. Kinard, ’59 Aiken, S.C.
Leo A. Dryer, ’74 Law, Cayce, S.C.
Jeanne E. Hagood, ’48 Pickens, S.C.
Ruthann O. Howard, ’67 Georgetown, S.C.
Sandra Jean Bullock, ’75 associates, Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Doris L. Willoughby, ’66, ’69 master’s, West Columbia, S.C.
Kenneth Jackson Denman, ’78 Denmark, S.C.
James B. Gaston, Jr., ’50 Venice, F.L.
Walter P. Johnstone, ’82, ’86 master’s, Raleigh, N.C.
Jack E. Peterson, ’64 Barnwell, S.C.
Candler W. Spence, ’53 Irmo, S.C.
Perry Bonds, ’71 Columbia, S.C.
Seth W. Williams, ’70, ’71 master’s, Conway, S.C.
Anne K. Bumgardner, ’85 Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Donald T. Burriss, ’67 Garden City Beach, S.C.
JC Caldwell II, ’81 Spartanburg, S.C.
Ronald E. Miller, ’76 master’s, Columbia, S.C.
Lorraine Phillips, ’91 master’s, Greer, S.C.
Thomas P. Sawyer, ’74 Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Lucius D. Hand, ’74 Graniteville, S.C.
James Spencer Blanchard, ’02 Grenville, S.C.
William Iles Brockman, ’57 Monterey, M.A.
Chris Corn, ’81 Rock Hill, S.C.
John W. Snellgrove, Jr., ’51 Lexington, S.C.
John R. Bailey, ’57 Lumberton, N.C.
Theron E. Hester, ’54 Columbia, S.C.
Colman B. O’Connell, ’89 Inman, S.C.
Jeffrey Edward Davis, ’69 Greensboro, N.C.
Caroline W. Peterson, ’76 master’s, Beaufort, S.C.
Foster M. Routh, ’48 Columbia, S.C.
William Wright, Sr., ’51 Ridgeway, S.C.
Alfred Owens, ’82 master’s Librarianship
Foster “Bill” M. Routh, ‘48 Journalism, Columbia, S.C.
F. Hampton Davis, ’56 Engineering, North Myrtle Beach, S.C.
William P. Baskin III, ’60 Law, Bishopville, S.C.
Professor Marilyn Gaddis-Rose, ’55 Masters of French, Binghamton, N.Y.
Franklin D. Lee, ’57 Education, Hamer, S.C.
Robert M. Suddeth, Jr., ’76 Interdisciplinary Studies, Clayton, G.A.
Joseph P. Tiller, ’88 English, Columbia, S.C.
Foster M. Routh, ’48 Journalism, Columbia, S.C.
Willard Carlisle Berry, ’85 Religion, Columbia, S.C.
CDR Herbert Wellington Hoefer, Jr., ’93 Law, Columbia, S.C.
Dr. Count Pulaski, Jr., ’57 Arts and Sciences, Hampton, S.C.
Mildred E. Robinson, ’76 Master of Education, Columbia, S.C.
Louise R. Lester, ’78 Doctor of Education, Marietta, G.A
Arthur Rikard Best, ’13 Political Science, Columbia, S.C.
Esther H. Padget, ’46 Education, Columbia, S.C.
Stephen E. Rozier, ’87 Computer Science, West Columbia, S.C.
CAPT Betsy Fitzgerel, ’77 Political Science, Williamsburg, V.A.
J. Paul Grice, Jr., ’75 Master of Accountancy, Spring, T.X.
Lula C. Davenport, ’79 Nursing, Sumter, S.C.
Consuelo A. Williams, ’95 Interdisciplinary Studies, Columbia. S.C.
Jack D. Mallard, ’51 Engineering, Statesboro, G.A.
Cynthia Marcella Martino, ’88 Theatre, Los Angeles, C.A.
Gwen Gilford Foushee, ’80 Broadcasting, Columbia, S.C.
Dr. Carl M. Sebris, ’77 Biology, Fort Pierce, F.L.
Katherine Gibson Burdette, ’85 Master of Education, Anderson, S.C.
Dr. Alfred W. Stuart, ’55 Arts and Sciences, Charlotte, N.C.
Donna Christine Conrad, ’79 Theatre, Rock Hill, S.C.
Wallace S. Plowden III, ’78 Criminal Justice, Columbia. S.C.
Mary Ruth T. Shell, ’69 Business, ’77 Master of Education, Nashville, T.N.
Steve Leitzsey, '05, Media Arts, '11, Master of Art Education, Grand Junction, CO
Van Dorn Lott , Jr., '51, Business Administration, Columbia, SC
Brian Barbee, '70, Marketing, Columbia, SC
Ethel Marie Todd Brown, '81, English, Columbia, SC
Chester A. Guerry, '65, Electrical Engineering, Columbia, SC
Frank Hyatt, '58, Accounting, Spartanburg, SC
Francis Elaine Jones, '83, Nursing, West Columbia, SC
Dr. Clarence Edward Taylor, Jr., '70, Master of Education, '72, Doctor of Education, Columbia, SC
Joyce Gibbs Watkins, '78, Master of Health/Nursing, Columbia, SC
Glen Mosser, '68, Mechanical Engineering, Columbia, SC
Cleatis Campbell Walker, '61, Nursing, '72, Nursing Administration, Columbia, SC
Leona Plaugh, '72, Mathematics, Columbia, SC
Viriginia McMillan Reid, '81, Nursing ( Associate), Columbia, SC
Luther Fowler, Jr. , '53, Accounting, Lexington, SC
Tanya Amber Gee, '02, Juris Doctor, Columbia, SC
Charles "Tommy" Gotch, '73, Interdisciplinary Studies, '76, Master of Public Administration, Prosperity, SC
Walter F. Going, Jr, '48, Juris Doctor, Columbia, SC
David Elmer Adam, '62, Education, Lexington, SC
Allen Lee Dooley, Jr., '12, Business Administration, Lexington, SC
Maxie Christine Uhl, '83, Master of Computer Science, Columbia, SC
Clifton Wilson Gantt, Jr., '69, Electrical Engineering, Leesville, SC
Eva Griffith Cathey, '76, Master of Earth Sciences, Mt. Pleasant, SC
Neil Wayne Ellis, '80, Physical Education, Columbia, SC
Stephen Cory McCormick, '88, Interdisciplinary Studies, Aiken, SC
Shelia H. Boles, '81, Physical Education , '84, Master of Physical Education, West Columbia, SC
The Honorable Wlliam F. Cotty, '74, Law, Columbia, SC
Elizabeth Stuart Holland Jones, '84, Physical Education , '88, Master of Physical Education, Columbia, SC
Sara Ann Pope, '83, Elementary Education, Chapin, SC
Dr. John E. Stine, '80, Doctor of History, West Columbia, SC
Dr. Jean-Luc E. Grosso, '95, Doctor of Economics, Columbia, SC
Dr. Thomas S. Glazebrook, Jr., '73, Biology , '81, Doctor of Medicine, Columbia, SC
Georgia Lucile Stuckey, '83, Master of Education, Columbia, SC
Sura Wolfe Wengrow, '28, Arts, Asheville, NC
Benjamin Griner, '61, Engineering, Barnwell, SC
Robert Edward Gibson, '80, Business Administration, Columbia, SC
Dr. Elaine Marie Frank, '76, Master of Audiology , '88, Doctor of Speech and Language, Columbia, SC
Holly Kednocker, '70, History, Pomaria,SC
Jane Cureton Williams , '53, Office Administration, Columbia, SC
Andrew David McVeigh, '02, Criminal Justice, Columbia, SC
Robert A. Hammett, '56, Law, Spartanburg, SC
Paul Henry Huggins, '72, Accounting, Columbia, SC
Danny O. Rush , '72, Mathematics, Plano, TX
Barbara Q. Benson, '47, Journalism, Columbia, SC
(Ret.)Lt. Col. Edmund Carpenter, Jr., '61, Business Administration, Columbia, SC
James Rivers Fennell, Sr., '97, Psychology, North Charleston, SC
Dr. Martin Kenneth Rosenfield, Jr., '59, Bachelor of Science, Sumter, SC
Ernest Franklin Shuler, '48, Pharmacy, Wagener,SC
Lawrence F. Swails, Jr., '55, Bachelor of Arts , '57, Master of Arts, Oviedo, FL
Paula Zeigler Wright, '43, Business Administration, Columbia, SC
William Frederick Austin, '55, Law, Columbia, SC
Allen William Brent, '06, Sociology, Columbia, SC
Patricia Wise Scott, '89, Master of Earth Sciences, Columbia, SC
Jane Bailey DuRant, '51, Education, Gable, SC
Jacqueline Martin, '67, Journalism, Columbia, SC
Raymond Russell Burns, Jr., '60, Journalism , '63, Master of Human Resources, Laurens,SC
Stephen Martin Knight, Jr., '71, Biology, Johnsonville, SC
Steve Leitzsey, '05, Media Arts, Grand Junction, CO
James "Spoon" Denoon, '68, South Carolina