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Alumni Association Board of Directors

President

Mary Baker ’78
Newberry, SC

Immediate Past President

Henry (Fritz) Butehorn ‘98
Spartanburg, SC

President-Elect

Clarence (Chuck) Davis ‘81
Columbia, SC  


2009

Jeff Basile
Charleston, SC

1983

Gary Bell
Columbia, SC

2005

William Brabham
Columbia, SC

2006

Jennifer Bracey
Atlanta, GA

1974

George Chisholm
Orlando, FL

2009

Angela Choi
Mount Pleasant, SC

1993

Rakesh Chokshi
Florence, SC

2009

Clarice Clemmens
Charleston, SC

2007

Greg Colbath
Spartanburg, SC

1982

Deborah Davis
Columbia, SC

1978

Michael Ellis
Conway, SC

1963

John Fishburne
Savannah, GA

1977

Roger Gower
Greenville, SC

1974

Phillip Greenberg
Florence, SC

1974

James Hall
Charlotte, NC

1994

Reamer King
Florence, SC

1974

Alonzo Kornegay
Winston Salem, NC

2008

Margaret Lewis
York, SC

1968

W. Brownlee (Brownie) Lowry
Spartanburg, SC

1965

Vasiliki Moskos
Charleston, SC

2000

Amy Ramsay
Greenville, SC

2001

Gail Rearden
Charleston, SC

1979

B. Ed Shelley, Jr.
Conway, SC

1980

Samuel Stone
Chester, SC

1975

Lawrence (Larry) Sutker
Afton, VA

1966

Richard Truluck
Columbia, SC

1977

Robert Waters
Daniel Island, SC

2004

Theresa Watson
Mount Pleasant, SC

1968

Larry White
Spartanburg, SC

1963

Gary Zahler
Asheville, NC

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