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Message from the President
n graduate school, I took a course that helped me fully grasp the meaning of “professionals.” After weeks of class discussions, readings, and research, I came to a simple but profound understanding: Professionals know who they are, what they are doing, and where they are going. In unique ways, this definition also applies to colleges and universities. To be effective in educating students, colleges must know who they are. Without such knowledge, the institution’s mission is unclear. And without a clear understanding of its mission, the institution’s ability to educate students and plan for its future is greatly impaired.
Institutions must be intentional in doing what is best to promote student learning. Institutions that do not retain a sharp focus on their raison d’etre lose the ability to meaningfully engage in educational processes with students. Without an understanding of who they are and what they are doing, institutions will not know where they are going. An old Chinese proverb expresses it well: “If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there.” The institution’s vision must build upon the history of the institution and remain faithful to the values upon which it was founded. Armed with this knowledge and with a resolute commitment to students, the institution must then develop its vision for the future. In mid-February, our Board of Trustees, along with selected administrators and faculty, held a twoday Strategic Planning Retreat that refreshed our understanding of who we are and what we are doing to promote student learning in and outside the classroom. As the retreat progressed, visioning activities helped the Board gain insight into the future of the College. The participants came to understand the challenges we face and the future we must pursue. The Board approved the construction of Sparrow Residence Hall, a 119-bed facility made possible through a generous pledge from Mr. John Sparrow in Lake City, S.C. Plans are being drafted to expand the Buchheit Administration Building through the addition of the Vassey Information Technology Center, a Center made possible through a bequest from the late Herbert and Rebecca Vassey. The College will continue to beautify the grounds and upgrade facilities. As we build for the future, we will expand our academic curriculum and degree programs. New career-track academic programs, such as our emerging Paralegal Studies Program, will be developed to offer our graduates the option either to continue their education at baccalaureate level institutions or immediately enter the work force after completing the associate’s degree. Also, we will continue to enhance student learning both in and outside the classroom. As we approach our 100th year anniversary in 2011, we ask for your prayers and your continued support. Even more, we invite you to become our partners in education. Together we will strengthen our college and better prepare our students to become effective leaders in the 21st Century. Sincerely,
Charles P. Teague President of the College
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Officers of Spartanburg Methodist College
New Residence Hall Planned Donor Appreciation Dinner Fundraising Totals Exceeded Roadways to the Future: Streets Named for Former President and Major League Great From the Alumni Office Honor Roll of Donors Scholarships TII and Camp Wadsworth Alumni News Service Challenge Campus Safety Enters New Era CSI: Collegetown Service Initiative Golf Classic
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President Charles P. Teague Vice President for Institutional Advancement C. Sterling Case Vice President for Enrollment Management Daniel L. Philbeck Vice President for Business Affairs Bruce E. Whelchel Vice President for Academic Affairs Thomas A. Wilkerson
Spartanburg Methodist College Board of Trustees — 2004-2005 — Chairperson — Mr. Daniel Foster Vice Chairperson — Mr. Jerry Calvert Secretary — Ms. Mellnee Buchheit
Mr. Dean Anderson Mr. Charles Atchison Mrs. Edie Bostic Mrs. Martha Chapman Mr. Arthur F. Cleveland, II Mrs. Phyllis DeLapp Dr. Edgar H. Ellis Reverend James O. Gilliam, Jr. Mr. John Gramling Reverend Larry Hays Mr. Patrick Henry Reverend John W. Hipp Mrs. Anne Irwin Mrs. Lucile A. Miller Mr. William S. Moore Ms. Jean Osborne Mrs. Liz Patterson Mrs. Patsy Simmons Mr. Howard Suitt Reverend Kenneth B. Timmerman Mr. Andy Westbrook
Cover Art: Reggie Sanders, courtesy of the St. Louis Cardinals; Dr. George Fields, painting by R. Wilson Frontiers magazine is a publication by Spartanburg Methodist College, printed for alumni and friends. Please Note: The address for Spartanburg Methodist College has changed. The new address is 1000 Powell Mill Road, Spartanburg, SC 29301-5899. The phone number is (864)587-4000, and the fax number is (864)587-4355. Our website is www.smcsc.edu. — Ed Welch, Editor
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Sparrow Pledge Initiates New Construction President Teague points to a portion of the floor plan for Sparrow Residence Hall, which is expected to open its doors to students in time for the 2006-2007 academic year.
r. John Sparrow of Lake City, S.C., has made a pledge to Spartanburg Methodist College which will help finance the construction of a residence hall that will be named in honor of his parents and family. According to Dr. Charles P. Teague, President of SMC, the Board of Trustees, acting upon a recommendation from the Buildings and Grounds Committee, formally accepted a pledge from Mr. Sparrow and approved the construction of a new three-story, 119-bed residence hall to be built adjacent to the Barrett Learning Center and across Kingman Drive from Bridges Residence Hall. McMillan Smith and Partners Architects were selected to design the new facility.
Sparrow Hall site
"We are most grateful for the very generous gift from Mr. Sparrow that makes it possible to construct Sparrow Residence Hall on our campus. His investment in our college reflects his strong commitment to helping others and his desire to be a partner in the educational mission of Spartanburg Methodist College," stated Teague.
The architecture of the 119-bed, threestory Sparrow Residence Hall will complement adjacent Bridges Hall, which was completed in August, 2003. 4
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DONORS APPRECIATION DINNER Drs. Ed (right) and Charlotte Lindler Ellis (left) share conversation with Wally and Nancy Robertson (center) during the reception.
SMC alumni, faculty, and staff joined with the College’s many supporters for the annual Donors Appreciation Dinner. This year’s event was held February 15 at Burgess Student Center.
Owens Charles and Carol Ragin (left) with Terry Stephenson, Mathematics and Computer Science Professor, and his wife, Raylene (right)
Sophomores Jamie Owens and Kevin Ryan give a student’s perspective on the benefits of supporting SMC during the Donors Appreciation dinner.
Expressing gratitude to supporters were The Reverend Dr. Edgar Ellis, retired United Methodist minister, alumnus, and member of the SMC Board of Trustees. Jamie Owens, and Kevin Ryan, shared a student perspective on the benefits of giving. "We are proud of the legacy of strong service that Spartanburg Methodist College has provided to bright, young men and women for 94 years," said Daniel Foster, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, adding, "The loyal support of alumni, friends, faculty, staff, the Church, and the business community serves to sustain this institution as it continues the mission of preparing students for fulfilling lives." Foster reported that SMC had its most successful year ever in gifts and commitments in the 2004 campaign.nefits of supporting SMC d
President Teague (right) greets Hubert and Ann Dobson
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SMC EXCEEDS FUNDRAISING TOTALS n 2004, Spartanburg Methodist College received the largest amount of fundraising commitments in its 94-year history. In the final year of SMC’s Vision 2005 $20 Million Campaign, the 2004 totals are at more than $16 million. Dan Foster, Chairman of the SMC Board, said that 2004 commitments totaled $4,383,213. Foster made the announcement, which topped the previous high of $3,991,524 by approximately 10 percent, at the local Donors Appreciation Dinner, held February 15.
Foster said it was a difficult fundraising year and that it took a number of year-end contributions to attain success. While the increased fundraising has enabled the College to construct new buildings such as the Bridges Residence Hall, it has also helped increase enrollment by 10 percent and improve the quality of the Fall 2004 entering class. President Charles P. Teague said that the $2 million challenge grant from Drs. Edgar H. and Charlotte Ellis was very instrumental in helping realize the totals.
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stablished in 1911, Textile Industrial Institute, the forerunner of Spartanburg Methodist College, was founded to provide an educational opportunity for the ambitious, but financially disadvantaged. A pioneer in work-study and the first to be founded by a church organization (Methodist), this institution has provided an educational opportunity to thousands during the past 94 years.
essential for success in their careers. The Criminal Justice Program is another expression of the intent of the College to provide creative educational opportunities for all of those who have a thirst for knowledge, or desire a more productive life in their chosen vocation. Academic innovations have been many and varied over the years, and new ideas continue to evolve.
In 1942 the Textile Industrial Institute was renamed Spartanburg Junior College, thus reflecting the major emphasis of the educational program. From its very inception, the College has maintained a distinct character. Sound educational programming, a deep commitment to the financially disadvantaged, and sensitivity to emerging needs have been the hallmark of this institution. In 1974 the name was changed to Spartanburg Methodist College.
As the College’s programs have increased, the number of persons who call on the College for educational services has increased drastically. There has been a 47 percent increase since 1999. During the past two years, the enrollment has increased 17 percent – an amazing statistic for a private college today. The College now stands at the crossroads again. New facilities, the renovation of older buildings, and a stronger endowment are essential for Spartanburg Methodist College to continue its distinctive role of leadership in quality education – a higher education for anyone who desires it – regardless of financial need, ethnic or religious heritage. As many private colleges are settling for less service capacity, Spartanburg Methodist College is striving for the strength to ensure future generations the same opportunity offered their parents and grandparents during our 94 years of service. We cannot and will not settle for mediocrity.
The Board of Trustees continues to insist on emphasizing student financial aid, sound basic education, and new program opportunities. No student has ever been denied admission to this college for financial reasons. In addition to the basic two-year Liberal Arts course of study, special new avenues have been opened in adult education. The Paralegal Program, recently implemented at Spartanburg Methodist College, provides students an opportunity to build required skills
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Entrance Drive Named for Fields
uildings on the SMC campus bear the names of men and women for their invaluable contributions to this institution. But former president George Fields is especially pleased to have the street leading into the campus bear his name. “Streets go somewhere. People get on the streets because they have plans to be somewhere,” commented Fields, who, along with his wife, Mildred, unveiled a sign October 21, 2004 designating the entrance as George Fields Drive. President Charles Teague recounted Fields’ accomplishments during his many years at SMC, noting, “We are grateful for that and are impressed by the many ways you brought quality into this institution throughout your 21 years as president and your years as director of development.” During the Fields presidency, which lasted from 1976 to 1997, SMC added numerous programs of study, including associate degrees in Computer Science, Science, Business, Information Management, Office Administration Systems and a general education certificate for the National Guard.
Sanders Drive Honors Major League Great, Former Pioneer
Fields reflects on the changes at SMC as his wife Mildred Fields, President Teague, former Trustee Fletcher Thompson, Trustee Chairman Dan Foster and Professor Terry Stephenson look on.
Sanders as a Pioneer...
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rustees, faculty, and staff joined former teammates, classmates, friends, and fans from the community to pay a fitting tribute to St. Louis Cardinals player and former Pioneer baseball player Reggie Sanders during a ceremony Nov. 22 at the street now bearing his name. Sanders and several members of his family arrived on the SMC campus in a chartered bus that carried them from his hometown of Florence, S.C.
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ness leaders, as well as friends and members of the Fields family. Fletcher Thompson, an attorney and former SMC trustee, characterized Fields as a very focused person who spearheaded the College’s first million dollar campaign. Terry Stephenson, professor of Mathematics and Computer Science and Chairperson of the Division of Math, Science, and Computer Science, recalled that Fields was a very good steward of this campus. “He always saw to it that the campus stayed in ‘tip-top’ shape,” Stephenson said. Dan Foster, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, commended George and Mildred Fields for their energy, enthusiasm, resourcefulness and skill while serving SMC. “In the many years to come, future generations will come to know George Fields Drive as a pathway to higher learning named for a true leaderservant,” said Foster. Fields expressed thanks to SMC trustees, faculty and staff as well as those from the community who came for the ceremony.
Fields was joined by several family members during the ceremony. During the same period, SMC embraced computer technology, adding fiber-optic lines for computer networking and phone service, and a campus cable television system. The campus underwent major facilities renovations and additions, which included improvements to the Olin D. Johnston Outdoor Athletic Facility: revitalizing the C.B. “Slim” Mooneyham Baseball Field, construction of the Fred Nash Soccer Field, and construction of the William C. Buchheit Tennis Complex. Also, the Eva S. Grant Softball Field was added to the campus in 1989. In 1981, Vera Davis Parsons Hall was constructed. During the 1980s and 1990s, H. Lester Kingman, Eliza Judd, William G. Willard, and Charles P. Hammond residence halls underwent major improvements that included installation of air-conditioning, new windows and interior work. Other notable changes included expansion of the Phil Buchheit Administration Building, improvements to the Frank Walker Building and William S. Moore Student Activities Building and improvements to roadways and parking lots on campus. Under Fields, SMC also experienced increased use of computer technology for registration and other operations. Joining SMC trustees, faculty, staff and students to celebrate this dedication were community and busi-
Spartanburg Mayor Bill Barnet (left) and SMC Trustee Chairman Dan Foster after the ceremony “I’m glad to have a time we can celebrate together a period in the life of the college for which I was a part,” said Fields, adding that he and his family spent 25 happy years and enjoyed the privilege of living in a unique learning, caring kind of community.” Fields expressed thanks to faculty for working as a team on behalf of the students. He also expressed gratitude to the trustees who served during his tenure and helped him accomplish widespread improvements on campus. “Thanks be to God for the faculty, staff and thousands of students who walked through this campus and into these classrooms and are now serving in many wonderful places throughout the world,” Fields commented. “I see them constantly and there is no feeling of accomplishment like seeing a former student doing well and making contributions to society.” Fields also expressed gratitude to his wife, Mildred, for being what he described as a “helpmate and colleague who did wonderful things for the College.”
somewhere. People get on the streets because they have plans to be somewhere.” — Dr. George
Fields President 1976 - 1997
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autographed bat and ball. Wallace recalled that the bat was a “game bat,” which he said was “as valuable as gold.” Foster echoed Sanders’ remark that baseball is about kids, emphasizing that SMC graduates should vow to make a difference in the lives of others. Both coaches spoke of Sanders’ major league record, which includes a six-year record of 20-plus home runs and 20 stolen bases earned while playing for six different teams. Perkins joked about the time he and Sanders shared a room at SMC and how he was a stickler for cleanliness, but praised him as a “good Christian, God-fearing man with a lovely family.” Teague then invited Sanders and his family to unveil one of the signs that mark the street which runs from Grant Softball Field to Bridges Arena within sight of the baseball outfield. Sanders, accompanied by his wife, Wyndee, and children, Cody, 12, Carrigon, 7, Carson, 3, and eight-month-old Cooper, unveiled the sign. Sanders then had his turn at the microphone and took the next few minutes to recount his time as a student and to praise Joyce, Fields and others for welcoming him to SMC and helping him realize his talents.
“I never realized I had the talent to be a professional baseball player until I came to SMC and had the first opportunity of getting a scout to recognize my talents.” — Reggie Sanders St. Louis Cardinals player and former SMC Pioneer Sanders then heard tributes from past and present coaches and presidents, signed autographs, and chatted with former teammates and others about their days at SMC during the late 1980s. Those paying tribute to the 36-year-old baseball standout included Dr. Charles Teague, SMC President; Dr. George Fields, former president; Dan Foster, Chairman of the SMC Board of Trustees; Lon Joyce, former Pioneers Baseball Coach; Roger Ullery, former Assistant Coach; Tim Wallace, current Pioneers Baseball Coach; and former college roommate, Joel Perkins. “The most impressive thing about this gentleman to me is that he is truly a role model for others,” said Teague of Sanders, noting his faith and commitment to his family, friends and alma mater. Fields, who was president while Sanders was at SMC, characterized him as a winner and a gentleman who has brought honor to his college. Former Pioneers Coach, Lon Joyce, said he was impressed by Sanders from the time he first saw him play high school baseball at Florence. Joyce recognized Sanders as a top player a few years later when he came to SMC for baseball tryouts. He praised Sanders for continuing to be an outstanding spokesman for SMC. When Roger Ullery joined SMC in 1987 as assistant coach, he recalled saying to himself that Sanders was a professional prospect. “Reggie played shortstop for us that year and the hill behind first base looked like a battlefield because of his ‘grenade launcher’ arm,” said Ullery, who quipped that Sanders “tore up” a few batting cages as a Pioneer player. Ullery then stated how impressed he was with Sanders’ integrity, honesty and genuine character. Wallace and Foster both recounted a recent episode that best illustrates Sanders’ character. In response to a June incident at Texas Rangers Stadium in which an adult fan knocked aside fourSanders signs year-old Nicholas O’Brien to autographs for fans catch a foul ball, Sanders after the ceremony emerged between innings to present the boy with an
Sanders (fourth from right) with former Pioneer teammates, Coach Lon Joyce (left) and Assistant Coach Roger Ullery (second from left) “What you’ve given me through the years is priceless,” said Sanders of Coach Joyce, adding, “I never realized I had the talent to be a professional baseball player until I came to SMC and had the first opportunity of getting a scout to recognize my talents.” To SMC faculty and staff, Sanders said, “Your schooling me and helping me along that journey – I’m definitely indebted for that.” Sanders then thanked his family for instilling in him values of being respectful, humble, and gracious. He said that the most important possession for today’s youth is character. Throughout his professional career, Sanders has continually reaffirmed his close ties with SMC through participation in baseball clinics, helping the 1996 Pioneers travel to District Playoffs in Mississippi, and donating financial gifts which were used to improve, maintain, and expand outdoor athletic facilities on the SMC campus. In addition to the Cardinals, Sanders played eight years with the Cincinnati Reds, and a year each with the San Diego Padres, Atlanta Braves, Arizona Diamondbacks, and the Pittsburgh Pirates. Sanders graduated from SMC in 1988.
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Greetings from the Alumni Office As a Spartanburg Methodist College alumnus, I know you hold a special place in your heart for SMC. I would like to encourage you to reconnect with your classmates. If you have any updated information on yourself, and/or your classmates, please pass that valuable information along to our office. We are also collecting information on alumni and their families for the next issue of Frontiers. We would love to share your exciting news, such as marriages, births, vacations, retirements, etc. with other alumni. This information will be printed in the “Class News” portion of future issues. We also encourage you to send photographs to accompany your exciting news. I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.
Student Larisha Hill assists in compiling news from alumni. News items from our alums are always welcome!
Sincerely, Leah L. Pruitt ‘98 Director of Alumni Relations
OUR ADDRESS HAS CHANGED! Please update your address list to include the new address for SMC. Address all correspondence to: 1000 Powell Mill Rd. Spartanburg, SC 29301-5899
Chapman Named Citizen of the Year
On October 15, 2004, Terry Stephenson (center), Chairperson of the Division of Math, Science, and Computer Science, presented medallions of the College seal to SMC Trustee Chairperson, H. Daniel Foster (‘75) (left) and former SMC President, Dr. James Barrett (right). Barrett, who presided over the transition from Spartanburg Junior College to Spartanburg Methodist College in the early 1970s, said he has watched “with great interest and much pride” the growth and development of SMC. Foster expressed gratitude to college faculty members for having faith in him and sharing their wisdom when he was a student.
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The Spartanburg Kiwanis Club named Martha Chapman as Citizen of the Year during a December Awards luncheon. “It was the biggest surprise of my life,” said Chapman. Chapman is a member of the SMC Board of Trustees. Pictured with Chapman is the Rev. Charles Graves.
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Donation Strengthens SMC Scholarship
$20K Commitment from Springs Industries
Ted Matthews (right), Vice President of Corporate Communications for Springs Industries, Inc., presented a check Feb. 4 to Danny Philbeck, Vice President for Enrollment Management of Spartanburg Methodist College to benefit the Lancaster County, Fort Mill, Chester, Lyman, Duncan, Wellford Townships Endowed Scholarship. In the center is Josh Sabath, a sophomore from Fort Mill, S.C. and the latest recipient of the scholarship.
President Teague (left), congratulates Kevin Ryan, a sophomore from Charleston, S.C., who was recently awarded a scholarship from the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation. Also pictured are Carolyn Broome Sparks, Assistant Dean of Financial Aid, and Dan Philbeck, Vice President for Enrollment Management.
evin Ryan of Charleston became the latest recipient of a scholarship from the Coca-Cola Foundation. A sophomore at SMC, Ryan is the son of Keith Ryan and Ellen Laquiere, and the stepson of Tom Laquiere. He is a graduate of West Ashley High School. Ryan is actively involved in athletics at SMC as a co-captain of the Men’s Wrestling Team and a runner on the Men’s Cross Country Team.
eserving students from communities served by Springs Industries will benefit from a gift that will strenghten a scholarship through Spartanburg Methodist College. The Lancaster County, Fort Mill, Chester, Lyman, Duncan, Wellford Townships Endowed Scholarship was originally endowed by a grant of the Close Foundation and strengthened by generous gifts of Springs Industries, Inc. over the years. Scholarships are awarded each year to deserving students who show academic promise with first preference to students from Lancaster County and the Fort Mill, Chester, Lyman, Duncan and Wellford areas of South Carolina.
Through the Coca-Cola Two-Year Colleges Scholarship Program, the Foundation awards a total of 400 scholarships annually to students attending higher education institutions granting two-year degrees. The Coca-Cola Two-Year Colleges Scholarship Program is made possible with funding from the Joseph B. Whitehead Foundation. The Whitehead Foundation provides grants in support of human services initiatives, particularly programs that benefit young people. The late Joseph P. Whitehead was one of the original bottlers of Coca-Cola. The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation is supported by the financial commitment of the local Coca-Cola Bottlers and the Coca-Cola Company.
According to Danny Philbeck, Vice President for Enrollment Management at SMC, the College serves more than 100 students each year from the Springs Service areas. Deserving students from communities served by Springs Industries will benefit from a gift that will strenghten a scholarship through SMC.
The Foundation was created in 1986 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Coca-Cola and to establish a legacy for the education of tomorrow’s leaders. Since its inception, the Foundation has provided more than $1.6 million in scholarship awards to students attending two-year degree granting institutions and more than $23 million in the Coca-Cola Scholars Program.
President Charles Teague commented, “The scholarship assistance provided to students from communities served by Springs Industries is a gift that will last a lifetime. We are grateful for the support from Springs Industries that enables us to provide educational opportunities for these worthy and deserving students.”
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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Mr. Ralph C. Driggers - ‘64 Event Management, Inc. Trustee Club—$10,000 or more Mr. H. Daniel Foster - ‘75 Heritage Club—$5,000-$9,999 The H. Daniel Foster Company Founder’s Club—$2,500-$4,999 The Reverend Mr. John W. Hipp - ‘73 President’s Club—$1,000-$2,499 Mr. Alvin A. McCall, Jr. Mr. Roger Milliken Loyalty Club—$500-$999 Mr. and Mrs. Dwight F. Patterson, Jr. Challenger’s Club—$250-$499 St. Matthew UMC - Greenville Century Club—$100-$249 Suitt Foundation Circle of Friends—$1-$99 Trehel Construction
SMC Gift Clubs
Trustee Club Atchison Transportation Services Mr. Charles Atchison James L. Belin Board of Trustees Black and Phillips Foundation Ronald Blue & Co., LLC Mrs. Phyllis B. DeLapp Dr. Edgar H. Ellis, Jr. - ‘56 Dr. Charlotte Lindler Ellis Estate of Rebecca D. Vassey Exxon Education Foundation Mrs. Polly Harper Mr. John P. Henry - ‘64 Mrs. Marvis W. Henry - ‘63 Mrs. Anne T. Irwin Milliken Foundation Mr. William S. Moore - ‘65 South Carolina United Methodist Conference South Carolina Independent Colleges & Universities Security Finance Corporation Sodexho, Inc. & Affiliates Mr. John W. Sparrow, Sr. The Spartanburg County Foundation Mrs. Louise Hart Starnes - ‘40 Mr. and Mrs. W. Terry Stephenson Mr. T. Howard Suitt Mr. Fletcher D. Thompson - ‘41 Mrs. Ruth D. Thompson - ‘42 Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Yandle, Jr.
Founders Club The Arkwright Foundation Atkins Machinery, Inc. Branch Banking & Trust Company Blue Cross-Blue Shield Dr. and Mrs. James E. Bostic, Jr. Ms. Cherry L. Canaday Rev. and Mrs. DeArmond Canaday Carolina Health Imaging Ruth B. Caudle Scholarship Fund Chapman Grading & Concrete, Inc. CitiGroup Foundation Cammie F. Clagett Scholarship Fund Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Contec, Inc. Mr. James C. Crawford, Jr. The Duke Energy Foundation Duke Power Company Elmore Products Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elmore First National Bank of Spartanburg
Gregg-Graniteville Foundation Inc. Inman-Riverdale Foundation JM Smith Foundation Keys Printing Mrs. Lucile Atkins Miller - ‘49 Milliken and Company B. C. Moore & Sons, Inc. Mrs. Laura Odom Outback Steakhouse Pizza Inn/Turner Foods West, Inc. South Carolina United Methodist Foundation Scholarship Program Administrators D. L. Scurry Foundation Sill Real Estate and Construction Dr. and Mrs. Charles P. Teague President’s Club Abbeville Woman’s Club AFCO-Associated Fuel Pump Systems Army Emergency Relief Arthur State Bank Ms. Louise Atkins - ‘49 Mr. Andrew M. Babb - ‘88 The Bailey Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. Baker Bank of America Dr. and Mrs. James S. Barrett Dr. and Mrs. Ira E. Bell, III Beverage-Air Company BIC Corporation Bi-Lo Matt Blackwell Foundation
Pictured throughout this section are snapshots of life at SMC, made possible by the generous support of our alumni and friends. You help make it happen.
Heritage Club Mr. W.D. Bain, Jr. The Bain Foundation The Barnet Foundation Trust General Board of Global Ministries Board of Higher Education and Ministries Mr. James E. Brannon - ‘44 Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Inc.
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 Mrs. Ella Mae Ackerman Bowers - ‘72 Rev. Michael E. Bowers - ‘74 James Phillip & Marsha B. Bowers Spartanburg Cafe, Inc./Buffalo’s Dr. Katherine D. Cann Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carter Champion Windows Mrs. Martha Cloud Chapman Chester County Hospital & Nursing The Chopping Block (River Falls) Mr. and Mrs. Jerry A. Cogan Days Inn-University Diamond Hill Plywood Co. Dixie Tire and Fuels, Inc. Mr. Norris Dockins - ‘48 R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company Mrs. Fred M. Epting Former Agents of the FBI Dr. and Mrs. George D. Fields, Jr. First UMC - Myrtle Beach The J.F. Floyd Mortuary Gaffney High School Gaines Realty Dr. Richard D. Gardner Gateway Hospitality - Ramada Inn Gateway Supply Company, Inc. Mrs. Sam A. George Georgia-Pacific Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Gibson Gold’s Gym Mr. John Gramling Ms. Cindy C. Grier Mr. and Mrs. Roger Habisreutinger Mr. Boyce V. Hawkins - ‘38 Mrs. Miriam Smoak Henry - ‘80 The Hiring Authority, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. A. V. Huff, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Alex James Dr. and Mrs. William W. Kerfoot Mrs. Blair C. LaRocca Mr. Michael B. Lee - ‘62 Leigh Fibers, Inc. Mrs. Edna S. Lybrand - ‘42 Mr. Ray P. Lybrand - ‘41 Mr. Lewis A Lynch, Sr. - ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. Glen R. Melton - ‘59 Memorial UMC - Greer Meredith-Webb Printing Michelin North America Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Dr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Minus Mrs. Lillian C. Mooneyham Alfred Moore Foundation Mr. Charles E. Moss - ‘76 Mrs. Deddie Moss Mount Moriah Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Dudley L. Myers NY Community Trust/
The Barns Fund Oral Maxillofacial Surgery Assoc. Piedmont Manufactoring Co. Piedmont Natural Gas Co. Presidential Freedom Scholarships Mr. Brian E. Pruitt - ‘97 Mrs. Leah L. Pruitt - ‘98 Mr. and Mrs. William W. Robertson Ryan’s Sam’s Club Mrs. Helen Gregory Sanders - ‘50 SCANA/SCE&G Scottish Rite of Freemasonry Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Senn Dr. and Mrs. John W. Simmons JM Smith Corporation Sonoco Products Co. Mr. J. Wesley Sparrow, Jr. - ‘78 Spartanburg Technical College State Farm Insurance-Gregg Burns Mrs. Ruth Myers Stewart - ‘43 Betty & James K. Stone Foundation StorageTek Foundation Tindall Concrete Products, Inc. UPS Foundation U. S. Army Advertising Wachovia Bank Wakefield Buick, Inc. Wal-Mart Store, Hillcrest Wal-Mart Store, Dorman Center Wal-Mart Store, Boiling Springs Mrs. Mary Louise Watts Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Whelchel Mr. Christopher M. Whelchel Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Wilkerson Window World, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Billy W. Wood Woodruff Rotary Club Woodruff Senior High School Yellow Jacket Booster Club-Hanna York Soil & Water Conser. District Loyalty Club Mrs. Mildred S. Adams - ‘62 Rev. Quay W. Adams - ‘62 Dr. Robert W. Addison Mr. W. Dean Anderson Mrs. Vivian Dean Anderson Beaufort High School PTSO Bojangles’ Restaurants, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Bill G. Bowers, Sr. Brown Insurance & Financial Services Mr. Jerry L. Calvert - ‘69 Camden Jaycees Cannon Roofing Bill and Mary Frances Lee Cantrell - ‘58 Dr. C. Sterling Case - ‘66
Mrs. Jayne Gaul Case - ‘76 Central UMC - Central Chick-Fil-A Incorporated Mr. Kelly D. Clary Rev. and Mrs. David A. Clyburn, Jr. Cobourn & Saleeby Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Conti Cook & Boardman Inc. of S.C. JAX, LLC D/B/A Corral South CR Insurance Co., Inc. Diversco Products Mr. Dwight F. Drake - ‘65 Rev. and Mrs. J. Claude Evans Mr. Marty Fajerman Mr. and Mrs. William B. Ferguson First Team Sports Center First UMC - Brevard, N.C. Rev. and Mrs. Arthur M. Fisher Mr. and Mr. Caleb C. Fort Mr. Bruce Fraedrich Gaffney B & PW Club Mrs. Lillian Catoe Galloway - ‘44 Mr. James L. Geddis - ‘59 General Wholesale Co. Goldsboro News-Argus Gooney Birds Mrs. H. W. Haraway Hillcrest Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Hornsby, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hunt Inman Stone Co. Interdenominational Ushers No. 7 Ivey Electric Co. Jacksons Grove UMC of Landrum Mr. Lawrence M. Jamerson - ‘51 Mr. Thomas L. Johns Mr. Bill P. Johnson - ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Kachulis Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Kahrs KAPPA Beautillion, Inc. Kohler Company Mr. Dale Kuhl Kusters Corporation Lamar Civitan Project Lexington United Methodist Church Liberty Press Broadus & Evelyn Littlejohn Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Paul S. Lofton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Mahoney Master’s Mark Dry Cleaners Mays High Reunion Scholarship Mrs. Joy Culbreth McAbee - ‘78 Mr. Ricky A. McAbee - ‘76 Mr. Mike McCracken Rev. Charles E. McKinney - ‘51 Mr. Kyle E. McMackin *Deceased
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Mr. X. L. McMahan McMillan Smith & Partners Mrs. Novella Woodard McNeill - ‘48 Rev. William W. McNeill - ‘48 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Middleton The Mitchell Agency BADK Inc. DBA Moe’s S.W. Grill Ms. Anne Brady Moore Mr. John P. Moore National Bank of S.C. National Merit Scholarship Corporation New Ebenezer Baptist Church Omega Psi Phi - Greenville Orthopedic Associates, PA Mr. J. Donald Parris - ‘81 Pendleton Athletic Booster Club Pettit Construction Company, Inc. Plantation House at River Falls Quality-Chrysler/Rent-A-Car Raynor Garage Door Company Rotary Club of Cheraw Mrs. Betty S. Royster - ‘45 Dr. William B. Royster - ‘45 South Carolina Humanities Council School District of Kershaw County Rev. Candice Y. Sloan Mr. W. Carl Smith Sonny’s Brick Oven Pizza S.C. Association of Adult and Continuing Education Mr. and Mrs. T. Paul Starnes, Jr. State Farm Companies Foundation Mr. John W. Steele Ms. Mary Ellen Suit T N Construction Company, Inc. Mr. Donald E. Tate - ‘66 Mr. George H. Thomason Thrifty Rental Mr. William F. Truesdale - ‘67 United Way of the Piedmont Upstate Computer Sevices Vaughn Belting Company, Inc. Verizon Wireless Waldrop Heating and Air Conditioning Mrs. Mary Walsh Mr. and Mrs. L. Andrew Westbrook White’s Pine Street Exxon Mrs. Stacie Luedeke Williams - ‘96 Rev. Patricia S. Wood - ‘60 Challengers Club Mrs. Anna Divver Allen - ‘44 American Legion Spartanburg Post No. 28 R. D. Anderson Vocational Center Asbury UMC - Columbia
Atlas General Contracting, Inc. The Beacon Drive-In Belk-Simpson Group Mrs. Billie Bell Susan A. Bennett, D. Min. Bethel Baptist Church - Gaffney Mr. Cecil D. Bishop - ‘41 Mary Black Memorial Hospital Boiling Springs High School Budweiser of Spartanburg, Inc. Buncombe Street UMC - Greenville Carolina Country Club Mr. Brooks Carter - ‘83 Chaplin Investment Company, LLC Chapman Concrete Products, Inc. Cintas-The Uniform People Classic Pools, Inc. Mrs. Barbara J. Clayton - ‘65 Mr. Michael D. Clayton - ‘64 CNA Foundation Mr. Stephen R. Collins - ‘73 Colorsources, LLC Mr. Robby L. Cook - ‘90 Correll Insurance Group Mrs. Emily Finch Cox - ‘68 Mr. Kenneth Crenshaw Mrs. Carolyn Hayes Culbreath - ‘56 Dills Garage Disney Direct Marketing Mrs. Ann H. Dobson - ‘56 Mr. Hubert C. Dobson - ‘48 Dr. Robert C. Edwards Enterprise Rent-A-Car Fairfield Central High School Fennell Container Mr. Walter Fink First Citizens Bank & Trust First Piedmont Federal Savings and Loan Association Fleet Operations, Inc. Mr. James H. Fletcher - ‘58 Mr. William D. Fortenberry - ‘81 Rev. and Mrs. James O. Gilliam,Jr. The Glass Slipper Great Falls H.S. Greenville Office Supply Ms. Betty S. Griffin Maj. Gen. James F. Hackler, Jr. Hon. Clyde H. Hamilton Mrs. Eleanor L. Harrelson - ‘66 Mr. Hugh L. Harrelson, Sr. - ‘64 Dr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Hartzog, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Keith E. Haynes Mrs. Doris Anderson Hollifield - ‘44 Dr. Leslie W. Howard, Jr. Mr. Raymond B. Howard - ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hudson Mrs. Virginia L. Hughes
Hunter and Associates Mrs. Faye Nix Jay - ‘43 Mrs. Ruth Bishop Jones - ‘42 Kapasi Glass Mart, Inc. Mr. Creighton C. Kelly - ‘72 Mr. Lawrence F. Kind - ‘69 Rev. William R. Kinnett - ‘46 Mr. Gary P. Kirkland - ‘58 W. N. Kirkland, Inc. Mrs. Edith McConell Koon - ‘52 Kuhl Outdoor Design, Inc. Lance Manufacturing Laney Custom Cabinetry Mr. Michael E. Lawson - ‘65 Richard Allen Leonard Memorial Scholarship Litchfield Beach and Golf Resort Long Trailer & Body Service Mr. Edward B. Mabry, Jr. Ms. Nan G. Maddux Maintaineers, LTD The Malloy Foundation Dr. Hugh R. Mathis McAlisters Mr. Steve Miller - ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller Mr. and Mrs. William E. Monroe Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Oates, Jr. Omega Psi Phi - Hartsville Pace Electric Company, Inc. Mrs. Ruby Bishop Pagano - ‘42 John A. and Brenda B. Pair The Palmetto Bank Trust Department Dr. Charles H. Peebles, Jr. - ‘43 Mr. Daniel L. Philbeck - ‘74 Mrs. Deborah C. Philbeck - ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Craig M. Phillips Piedmont Electrical Distributors Pizza Hut - Bergen Food Enterprises Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Poston Rev. Samuel H. Poston - ‘51 Price Construction/D & L Doors Purity Baptist Church Raymond James Financial Services
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 Red Fox Country Club Mr. Kenneth R. Roach - ‘90 Run With It St. Johns UMC - Lugoff Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L. Scott - ‘49 Seven Sisters, Inc. Sew Eurodrive Sims’ BBQ/Sims’ Tire & Muffler Mr. David K. Smith, Sr. - ‘62 Southeastern Printing SouthTrust Bank, N.A. Mr. Gregory D. Sparkman - ‘79 Spartanburg Regional Medical Center Foundation Spartanburg Crickets Mr. and Mrs. William Grady Stewart Mr. Eliot Stone Summit National Bank Synalloy Three Pines Country Club Tom Wallace Scholarship Plan Top’s Pizza Travers Tool Company Trinity UMC - John Nicholson Class Turner Graphics Wade’s Restaurant Waterproofing Contractors Assoc. Michael Watson, M.D. Wendy’s Tar Heel Capital Mr. Richard Whelchel - ‘74 Ms. Dorothy A. White Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Wilkerson Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Williams, Jr. Worthy Insurance Agency, Inc. Mr. Paul L. Yarborough - ‘67 Young Office Supply Company Century Club Mr. Warren H. Abernathy - ‘42 Mrs. Frances Ackerman Mrs. Lynn George Addy - ‘71 Adventures in Advertising Aircraft Source *Mr. Edgar L. Allen - ‘35 Mrs. Mae Young Allen - ‘36 Mr. Ottis Allen Rev. and Mrs. Joseph W. Alley Altman Printing Co. Mrs. Marion Littleton Anderson - ‘46 Ms. Suzane Armendariz Mr. Horace B. Arthur Mr. Robert E. Ashley, Jr. - ‘64 Mr. James H. Atkins - ‘59 Mrs. Debbie Ballenger Austin - ‘77 Mr. Pete Aylor Mr. Donald J. Barbare - ‘55 Mr. and Mrs. Steve H. Barbrey Mrs. Carolyn W. Barnes
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Barrett Basil’s Grill Baskin Robbins Mr. Robert Beach - ‘51 BellSouth Matching Gift Center Belmont Abbey College Mr. John S. Benfield - ‘76 Mr. Robert M. Bennett - ‘48 Mrs. Elaine F. Bermudez Mrs. Eugenia Hattaway Bishop - ‘29 Blackwood Associates, Inc. Mr. James F. Bland, Jr. - ‘68 Mr. James R. Blanks, III - ‘78 Mrs. Joy D. Blanks - ‘76 Mr. Ronald Block - ‘60 Mrs. Barbara J. Bogan - ‘54 Mrs. Horace L. Bomar Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Bourne Mr. Frank L. Boyd - ‘55 Ms. E. Jane Brackett Ms. Linda A. Bradley Mr. Oren L. Brady, Jr. - ‘39 Mr. Clay D. Brittain, Jr. Mrs. Jean Casey Brittain - ‘47 Broadway Bagels Mrs. Louise Cox Brockman - ‘43 Mr. Bernard E. Brooks Rev. Bill Brown - ‘51 Mrs. Peggy Brown Bryson - ‘50 Mr. Wade T. Buchanan, Jr. - ‘47 Dr. John M. Butler - ‘44 Butler, Means, Evins & Browne, PA Dr. James E. Byrd, Jr. Mr. Jerry W. Cabaniss Dr. Floride M. Calvert - ‘65 Rev. Melvin E. Calvert - ‘56 Carolina Ad Specialty Cedar Grove Baptist Church Cely Construction Company, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin A. Chambers Mr. Randall K. Chambers Rev. F. Vernon Chandler, III - ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Marion C. Chandler Ms. Susan Peake Cherry Chick-Fil-A of Westgate Mall Mid-Atlantic Mechanical Mr. Joseph R. Clary - ‘49 Clement Lumber Co., Inc. Clemson United Methodist Church The Clorox Company Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert F. Coan Dr. and Mrs. J. Sydney Cochran Mr. R. Lamar Coleman - ‘48 Ethel H. Colyer Trust Consolidated Theaters Construction Resource Group Mrs. Vicki Hawkins Corn
Mrs. Winifred S. Corn - ‘47 Mr. Bill Costner Coveney-Little John Farm, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cox Mr. and Mrs. Noah S. Crane Mr. William M. Crawford - ‘38 Mrs. Vera Morris Crocker - ‘62 Rev. Marion B. Crooks, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wade R. Crow Custom Cleaners Custom Drafting Service Dr. W. Mac Davis Dr. Dewey L. Dean - ‘76 Mrs. Frances L. Dickinson - ‘46 Dick’s Sporting Goods Mrs. Miranda DiMarco R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Dorman Mr. Robert Thomas Duffee Mrs. Jenny Dunn Mr. L. Eddie Dutton Rev. and Mrs. A. Eugene Eaddy Mr. Richard B. Easley - ‘67 Mr. Hoyle Edwards - ‘54 Mr. Roland G. Elmore, Jr. - ‘54 Mrs. Kerie P. Epton Estate/Financial Planning Services Mrs. Mitchelle Causey Evans - ‘51 Rev. Thomas F. Evatt Mr. Roger L. Ezell - ‘68 Fatz Cafe Mrs. Edwina Craft Faulkenberry - ‘67 Dr. James R. Faulkenberry - ‘67 Mr. Wayne M. Fields - ‘59 Fire Mountain Grill Mrs. Lynette Smith Fisher - ‘77 Fleet Management Consulting Mr. A. Gordon Floyd Freedom Embroidery Mr. Joseph H. Frye - ‘52 Mr. Dean Gaddy - ‘59 Mr. Joe W. Gallman - ‘45 Miss J. Kathryn Gardner - ‘41
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Mrs. Mary R. Garner - ‘46 Mrs. Claire Winkler Geddie Mrs. Nettie Rothrock Gentry - ‘57 Mr. Robert B. Gibbons, Jr. - ‘67 Mr. David L. Gibson Mrs. Sara DeLoache Gibson - ‘47 Mr. Louis A. Givens, Jr. - ‘44 Mr. Brooks A. Godwin - ‘90 Mr. Jack D. Gowan, Jr. Mrs. Florie McCoy Graham - ‘54 Rev. and Mrs. Charles A. Graves Mrs. Alice Bonner Greene - ‘42 Greenville Braves Mr. Philip D. Greer - ‘60 Ms. Plennie Dixon Gresham - ‘81 Dr. and Mrs. Sidney T. Griffin Mr. Steve D. Grissom - ‘64 Mr. Paul E. Grubb Guardian Life Insurance Company of America Mrs. Edna Grainger Guthrie - ‘49 Mr. Vernon D. Gwynne - ‘48 Mr. Mike Hamlett Mrs. Doris Cantrell Hammett - ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Hammond Hampton Inn Mr. Cleveland S. Harley Mr. Ben C. Harrison Hartsville YMCA Mr. Larry Harvey Mr. Royal R. Hayes - ‘36 Rev. Lawrence F. Hays, Jr. Jack Heckman Tube Company, Inc. Ms. Ruth S. Henry - ‘88 Dr. Granville A. Hicks Mr. Edward T. Hinson - ‘48 Mr. Allen H. Hipp - ‘65 Mrs. Nell Moser Hitt - ‘43 Holden’s Ranch Holiday Inn Express Mr. Tony L. Hollifield - ‘80 Mr. Steven G. Hope - ‘77 Mr. Jeffrey A. Horton - ‘80 Mr. Jerry Horton - ‘59 Mr. William F. Hough - ‘65 Rev. D. Mitchell Houston - ‘73 Mr. Allen P. Howell - ‘57 Mr. W. W. Howle - ‘51 Mr. David E. Hudgins - ‘53 Mr. James B. Huggins, II - ‘65 Mr. Richard E. Huggins - ‘53 Mr. Randolph J. Hunt, Jr. - ‘61 Insulation Contractors, Inc. Mrs. Lisa W. Isenhower Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Ivester Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Ivey Mr. Bill Ivey - ‘67
Mrs. Elizabeth S. Jack - ‘59 Mrs. Betty V. Jamerson - ‘51 Mrs. Nellie Bramlett Jepsen - ‘52 Ms. Jill R. Johnson - ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Johnston, II Mrs. Evelyn Wall Jolley - ‘69 Dr. Michelle Bedell Jolly - ‘81 Mrs. Margaret Benton Jones - ‘71 Mrs. Sharon Stockman Jones - ‘49 Dr. Harry A. Jordan - ‘48 Mr. Oren R. Judy, Jr. Mrs. Grace K. Junker - ‘47 Ken, Inc. Mr. Ralph M. Kesler - ‘58 Mr. Martin R. Kimmons - ‘76 Mrs. Mary W. Kimmons - ‘70 Mrs. Mary Lewis King - ‘40 Mrs. Marian K. Knight Krispy Kreme Doughnut Co. Mr. Henry P. Kyzer - ‘53 Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Lansberry Mr. and Mrs. Keith E. Laws Mr. and Mrs. William E. Lay, Jr.
Rev. and Mrs. Dennis Lee Mr. and Mrs. J. Randal Lee Mr. Wendell J. Lee - ‘55 Lee’s Furniture Company Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lefort Mrs. Joe Ann Lever Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Lewis Mr. Toney J. Lister Hon. Bruce Littlejohn Dr. Oliver M. Littlejohn - ‘42 Mr. Joe M. Logan - ‘36 Rev. Allen E. Long - ‘54 Mrs. Jean Bell Long - ‘55 Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Lyles Lyman United Methodist Women Mr. Maxcy C. Lynn, Sr. Mrs. Nancy H. Lynn Mrs. Ruth Magher Mr. Ralph L. Major - ‘76 Manzanita Enterprises, Inc. Margarette Bell Dance Studio Edward and Beth McNeill Marks, Jr.
Marriott of Spartanburg Mrs. Cheryl Coleman Marsh - ‘64 Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Cecil Martin Ms. Emily Lucy Martin Mr. Zerno E. Martin Jr. Mr. Frank M. Mathis - ‘65 Dr. Ruby Amerson Matthews - ‘44 Mr. R. Everett McAbee - ‘64 McClellanville Seafood Mrs. Nancy B. McConnell - ‘72 Dr. Robert G. McConnell - ‘72 Mr. John F. McCormack Ms. Pam McCoy Mr. William Joe McCurry - ‘49 Mr. Michael A. McGinnis Rev. Dr. M. L. Meadors, Jr. Rev. Gregory S. Middleton - ‘78 Millstone Golf Village Mr. Joseph S. Momier - ‘41 Mrs. Virl M. Momier - ‘41 Mr. Howard E. Morrison - ‘42 Mr. Steven R. Moyer Mrs. Angie Cox Myers - ‘41 Mr. Roy M. Neal - ‘64 Ms. Adrienne Nicole Nelson - ‘03 Mr. L. Allen Newman - ‘76 Mrs. Eyra K. Nichols - ‘41 Col. Thomas H. Nichols - ‘41 Mr. L. Troy Nobles - ‘60 Mr. John D. O’Connell - ‘67 Mrs. Martha S. O’Connell - ‘69 Mr. Nijoku Odom Mr. Derial L. Ogburn - ‘69 Mrs. Jean O. Osborne Mrs. Anita G. Oshaughnessy - ‘77 Mrs. Saralyn Turner Overstreet - ‘51 Mrs. Maxine Fogle Owen - ‘52 Mr. Lance B. Owens - ‘84 Mr. Mack A. Pace, Jr. - ‘36 Mr. Franklin B. Pack - ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Billy L. Painter Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pang Dr. Louise M. Parris - ‘56 Mrs. Lois Redford Parrott - ‘44 Mr. John C. Patrick, Jr. - ‘42 Mrs. Janis Campbell Patton - ‘71 Peake Construction Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Peeler Mr. Vernon Haskell Penland, Jr. Mr. Mark Perdue Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Perrin Phi Theta Kappa - Jackson, MS Mr. Prentice C. Phillips, Jr. - ‘75 Mrs. Teresa Snyder Phillips - ‘74 Piedmont Buildings, Inc. Pioneer Fibers, Inc. Mrs. Pamela P. Ponder - ‘89
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 Mrs. Sarah Abernathy Poston Mr. and Mrs. L. Perrin Powell Mr. James A. Pratt - ‘88 Mr. Marion G. Pratt - ‘38 Presort Plus, Inc. Mr. B. George Price, III Mr. Russell A. Priddy - ‘74 Mr. Edward D. Pruitt - ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Pruitt Publix Super Markets, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Norman T. Pulliam Mrs. Sara F. Murray Purser Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Quatannens Queens University of Charlotte Ms. Anne H. Morgan Radisson Hotel and Suites Mrs. Ruth Harmon Reeves - ‘58 Remi Environmental, Inc. Rev. H. Robert Reynolds - ‘41 J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College Ms. Arlene Virginia Will - ‘51 Mr. Frank E. Rhodes - ‘52 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rice Richland-Lexington Jr. Tennis League Mr. W. R. (Ray) Ridgeway - ‘64 Mr. Harold B. Risher River Falls Plantation Mrs. Selene Giles Rivers - ‘65 Mr. Conrad N. Robertson - ‘53 The Rock of Jocassee Roebuck Buildings Co., Inc. Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Rogers, D. Min. Mr. Ed T. Rogers - ‘40 Mrs. Lillian B. Rogers - ‘41 Mr. and Mrs. Bertil W. Rolander Mrs. Edith J. Roper - ‘54 *Mr. Pleasant Terry Roper, Sr. - ‘54 Mr. James L. Rowe - ‘64 Royal Baptist Church Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Runnion Dr. Eugene P. Rutledge - ‘43 S & M Screen Printing CH (Col.) William A. Sanders (Ret.) - ‘36 Mr. Bobby L. Scott - ‘49 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Scott Mrs. Carol E. Shearin Dr. Robert M. Sherfield - ‘79 Mr. David R. Shuping Mrs. Sue Shuping Skatell’s Jewelers Mr. C. Roland Smith - ‘56 Mrs. Claudia Breazeale Smith - ‘38 Mr. Gerald B. Smith - ‘65 Mrs. Jackie Fogle Smith - ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Smith Mrs. Mary Gault Smith - ‘41
Mrs. Mary Gooding Smith - ‘51 Mrs. Nellie R. Smith - ‘55 Major Ray F. Smith - ‘51 Dr. Charles B. Hanna, Sr. Mr. Victor M. Smith - ‘33 Mrs. Ira J. Snead Southern Wesleyan University Mrs. Carolyn S. Sparks - ‘88 Spartan Custom Spartan Homes, Inc. Spartanburg Little Theatre Spontaneous Park Mrs. Carol Layton Spracklen - ‘60 Mrs. Benita Davis Stavely - ‘56 Mrs. Judith Hipp Stewart, R.D., L.D. - ‘63 Mr. Frank Stone Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Story Mr. George E. Strait Rev. and Mrs. Robert G. Strother Sweep-A-Lot Dr. Elzie L. Tate, III - ‘71 Mrs. Patricia Jolly Tate - ‘79 Mrs. Louise B. Taylor Mrs. Catherine Kelly Teal - ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. T. Reginald Thackston Mrs. Shea West Thomas Thompson Bros. Exterminating Co. Mrs. Roberta A. Thompson - ‘55 Rev. Roger E. Thompson - ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. W. Harlan Thomson Dr. and Mrs. Wendell H. Tiller Mr. John H. Tillotson Toshiba Business Solutions Mr. James T. Truesdale - ‘66 Tusculum College Mr. Craig S. Ullery Mr. and Mrs. Roger R. Ullery Mr. Jonas M. Vassey - ‘93 Mr. Ralph D. Vaughan - ‘54 Mrs. Elsie Collins Vaught - ‘43 Village Country Store Village Greens Golf Club Ms. Mary W. Waddell - ‘48 Mr. and Mrs. Willard G. Wade Mr. William A. Waldrep Ms. Norma J. Walker - ‘90 Mr. Timothy Wallace Walnut Lane Inn Bed & Breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Marshall T. Walsh Mr. Hal G. Warlick, Jr. Dr. Robert D. Warren - ‘41 Waste Management of S.C. Mrs. Nancy Foust Watson - ‘66 Dr. and Mrs. Friedrich V. Wenz Whitaker Transportation Mr. Herman H. Whitaker, Jr. - ‘58 Mr. Joe Dan White - ‘61
Mr. Freddie G. Whitman - ‘66 Ms. Tiffany H. Whittle - ‘98 Mr. Wesley T. Whittle - ‘97 Mr. William S. Wilkerson, III - ‘67 Wilkins Opticians Rev. and Mrs. Clarence D. Williams Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Williams Dr. John R. Williams Mr. G. Wirron Willis - ‘36 Mr. M. Scott Willis, Sr. - ‘38 Mrs. Madeline K. Willis - ‘35 Wilson Equipment Company, Inc. Mr. John D. Wilson - ‘44 Ms. Sarah Nash Wilson Ms. Barbara Gay Wingo - ‘66 J. W. Woodward Funeral Home, Inc. Mr. Johnny Worthy Ms. Elsie R. Wright Mr. Loyless T. Wright, Jr. - ‘66 Wyeth-Committee for Aid to Education/Hospitals Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Yandle, III Mr. and Mrs. Eric Yandle Circle of Friends A Arrangement Florist A Cut Ahead Abby’s Grill Mr. Bart Abercrombie - ‘65 Mr. Gerald N. Abraham - ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Nel Acosta Mrs. Shirley P. Adams - ‘50 Mr. Jeffrey M. Addis - ‘80 Aiken RV Park & Sales, Inc. Mrs. Elaine Gilstrap Allen - ‘64 Aloha Restaurant Mr. Dave Alvarez Mr. Larry Alverson Mr. Lee Amick Ms. Doris Cook Anderson - ‘46 *Deceased
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Anderson Rev. L. Porter Anderson Mr. and Mrs. W. Sterling Anderson Mr. Jack M. Andrews - ‘36 Appliance Sales & Service, Inc. As You Like It Market Cafe Mrs. Nora Bowers Ashley - ‘36 Mr. James F. Ashmore - ‘63 Mr. Jackie E. Atkins - ‘64 Ms. Charlotte Babb Mrs. Christine Fogle Bair - ‘54 Mr. Arthur T. Ballard - ‘51 Mrs. Ruth S. Ballard - ‘51 Mrs. Laurel Keisler Barden - ‘66 Mrs. Betty Horton Barkley - ‘44 Mr. Jerry Barnette - ‘66 Mr. Raymond P. Barry Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Belk Bell Laundry Rev. Hazel Bennett Berea Band Boosters Club Mr. William Michael Berry - ‘72 Betras Plastics, Inc. Mr. Ernest A. Billings - ‘47 Billy D’s West Mr. James C. Bishop - ‘90 Mrs. Judith Casey Bishop - ‘55 Mr. Jim Bivens Ms. Betty Gregg Black Rev. Charles M. Blackmon - ‘43 Mrs. Gladys B. Blackmon - ‘44 Ms. Cheryl Blackwell Mr. Samuel T. Blackwell - ‘63 J. Frank Blakely Company Mrs. Melba Foster Blakely - ‘74 Blue Bay Seafood Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Board Mr. and Mrs. Austin S. Bobo Mrs. Clarice Calvert Bobo - ‘78 Bob’s Minute Car Wash Mrs. Reba Gregory Bogan - ‘51 Mr. W. Lorantz Bogan - ‘54 Mr. Donald H. Boiter Mrs. Virginia Rushing Boiter - ‘45 Mr. Claude David Boling, Jr. - ‘87 Bomar Printing & Mailing Service Ms. Doshia M. Jones - ‘98 Borden Snacks / Wise Foods Mr. Elliott Botzis Mr. Douglas L. Bouknight - ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. E. Lee Bowers Mr. Michael N. Bowers Mrs. Ruth M. Bowles - ‘68 Mrs. Ruth Bowling - ‘65 Mr. Randolph B. Bradford - ‘40 Mrs. Marjorie Snow Brannon - ‘45 Mr. James E. Brantley - ‘52
Mrs. Ruby Ragan Bridges - ‘44 Mr. Haskell R. Brown, Jr. - ‘66 Mr. Marcus D. Brown - ‘90 Mrs. Marta Riddle Brown - ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Brunner Bruster’s Mrs. Goldie Sprouse Bryant - ‘48 Mr. Julian N. Buchanan - ‘41 Mrs. Lorraine Love Buckwell - ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Buddin Dr. L. H. Buff, Jr. Ms. Lois B. Burkhalter Mrs. Margaret Thrift Burnett - ‘56 Mrs. Frances Splawn Burris - ‘51 Mr. Ronda Lee Burris - ‘51 Mr. Mark D. Bush - ‘74 Mr. Charles J. Butler - ‘50 Mrs. Doris R. Butler - ‘47 Mr. Kenneth G. Byars Mr. Mike E. Byce By-Pass Golf Shop & Driving Range Rev. Gary B. Byrd - ‘88 Rev. Clyde L. Calhoun Mrs. Sara Flynn Calvert - ‘45 Rev. and Mrs. J. Taylor Campbell Mr. Kelly Campsen Mr. Jeffery F. Cannon - ‘77 Mrs. Ruth Kelly Cannon - ‘54 Mr. Chris Cantrell - ‘73 Mr. Robert Cantrell - ‘58 Capri’s Italian Mr. John V. Carmichael - ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carroll Mr. Barry M. Carter - ‘55 Mrs. Sara C. Carter - ‘40 Mr. Billy H. Casey - ‘67 Ms. Bethany S. Cecil Mr. David E. Chadwick - ‘82 Mr. Doug Cheatwood Mr. Alan D. Cheek - ‘76 Ms. Regina L. Ward - ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Childers Dr. Greg Christensen
Mr. Niles A. Chumley, Jr. - ‘68 Circuit City Mr. David H. Clark - ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Clark Mrs. Mary Garrett Clements - ‘80 Mr. James D. Cobb Ms. Claudia Collins - ‘87 Ms. Jean Collins - ‘83 Mr. Paul Collins, Jr. - ‘85 Commercial Properties/Leasing-FL Mrs. Marguerite Smith Compton - ‘44 Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Conroy Mr. Vardell Cook - ‘48 Mr. Gregory Cooprider Mr. Bill Copses Mrs. Patricia D. Corn - ‘59 Mr. Walter B. Corn - ‘58 Corona Mexican Restaurant Mr. Benjamin H. Correll - ‘74 Cosenzas Pizza Mr. Ted K. Cothran Mrs. Cecile Causey Cox - ‘43 Mr. Clarence Craven - ‘54 Ms. Joyce Pierce Crawford - ‘81 Mr. LeLand Crim - ‘72 Crim’s Clubs Ms. Deeda Crosby Mr. Joseph Russell Cross, Jr. Mr. Thornton W. Crouch Mr. and Mrs. Dale D. Crowe Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cureton Mr. Peter H. Dantzler - ‘38 Mr. W. Clinton Darby - ‘41 Mr. Timothy F. Darwin - ‘91 Mrs. Virginia W. Darwin - ‘89 Mrs. Frances Trout Davis - ‘40 Mr. Lawrence C. Davis, Jr. Rev. Lucy Tedder Davis - ‘41 Mr. Robert N. Davis - ‘69 Mrs. Sallie W. Davis Mrs. Sandra Ramsey Davis - ‘64 Mr. Vernon H. Davis - ‘63 Mrs. Frances Austin Day - ‘51 Mr. Gerry L. Deal - ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeAngelo Ms. Erin M. Dearmore Mr. Walter Scott Deskins - ‘99 Mr. Edward W. Dickerson, Jr. - ‘67 Mr. E. Michael Dills - ‘69 Mrs. Ruby Calvert Dodd - ‘44 Domino’s (Hocker Pizza) Mr. N. Shod Dorman Mr. Gerald Dorn - ‘49 Mr. James M. Dorn, III - ‘80 Mr. Paul A. Dover - ‘61 Mr. Michael L. Dozier - ‘59 Duncan Acres UMW - Union Mrs. Marjorie MeGahee Durant - ‘47
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 Mr. Jack E. Earley - ‘52 Mrs. Ruth King Eason - ‘50 Major and Mrs. C. Edward Edge - ‘85 Mrs. Vivian Coggins Edge - ‘42 Mr. Willie L. Edwards Mr. Gregory Lem Elder - ‘04 Mr. Michael D. Elliott - ‘74 Mrs. Katie Watford Eubanks - ‘44 Mr. James E. Everhart Mr. Skip Eynon Mr. Guy F. Fain, Jr. - ‘45 Mr. James M. Fain - ‘64 Mrs. Naomi Scott Fain - ‘49 Mr. Leroy Fant, Jr. Farmhouse Gallery Mr. John E. Farr - ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. James Farris Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Faulhaber Firestone Stores First National Bank of S.C. Mrs. Leilani Rice Fisher - ‘70 Mrs. Jane L. Fitzgerald - ‘75 Flat Rock Playhouse Flounder Fish Camp Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Floyd Mrs. Georgia L. Floyd - ‘81 Mr. James K. Floyd - ‘80 Mrs. Nancy Scoggins Floyd - ‘53 Flying Saucers Rev. and Mrs. Walter Forrester Mrs. Cathy Walling Foster - ‘88 Mr. Harry Foster - ‘48 Mr. Jack E. Foster - ‘46 * Mr. Joseph P. Foster - ‘40 Mrs. Louise Foster Mr. Philip F. Foster - ‘50 Hon. Thomas E. Foster - ‘63 Mrs. Carolyn Finch Fowler - ‘63 Rev. and Mrs. John M. Freeman Mr. William S. Frey - ‘60 Mr. Patrick P. Fryar - ‘88 Fuddruckers of Spartanburg Mr. G. Keith Fudge - ‘59 Mrs. Jeanne Putnam Fudge - ‘60 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Galt Garfield’s Restaurant Mr. David M. Garrett - ‘72 Mr. Brian Garrison Mr. Gatti’s Pizza Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Georgion Dr. Mark Gibbs Mr. Woodrow P. Gilbert - ‘66 Mr. Frank M. Godwin - ‘66 Ms. Patty Crist Golightly - ‘81 Mr. Everett Gosa - ‘69 Mr. Carroll G. Gosnell - ‘53 Mr. William C. Gossett, Jr. - ‘66 Ms. Irma Graham
Mr. Jimmy C. Graham - ‘67 Mr. Phillip M. Graham - ‘58 Mr. A. Murray Gray - ‘79 Great American Cooker Company Great Clips Mr. and Mrs. James Greene Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Gregg, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Griffin Rev. James A. Grigsby Gumpy’s Farm Mr. Randy Hall Mr. Joseph W. Ham - ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Hamby Mr. Earle B. Hamilton - ‘40 Ms. Mary S. Hamilton Mrs. Juanita Pulley Hammett - ‘50 Mr. Larry Hamrick - ‘78 Mrs. Rebecca Walter Hamrick - ‘90 Mrs. Ann Page Hamrick - ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hanks Mr. William F. Hannon, III - ‘61 Mr. William L. Hardin - ‘60 Mrs. Frances H. Hardy Mrs. Edith H. Harmon LTC/MAJ James H. & Lauren H. Harris Ms. Lynne Harris Mrs. Shirley Gault Harris - ‘54 Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hart, III Mrs. M. Jeannette Hatzenbuhler - ‘52 Ms. Margaret M. Hausman Mr. Joe Hawkins Mrs. Denise Davis Hayes - ‘75 Mr. Charles D. Hazel - ‘50 Dr. and Mrs. G. David Heatherly Mr. Drury N. Helms - ‘62 Mrs. Betty Felkel Henson - ‘68 Mr. Chuck A. Henson - ‘69 Mr. J. B. Hicks - ‘51 Mrs. Jane B. Hicks Mr. J. Harold Hill - ‘66 Ms. Katherine Hill - ‘87 Mr. Sheridan A. Hill - ‘60 Rev. and Mrs. John G. Hipp, Sr.
Mrs. Louise West Hodge - ‘39 Ms. Caroline C. Hogan Mrs. Ella Scott Holden - ‘40 Rev. David W. Holder - ‘62 Mrs. Madora B. Holder - ‘77 Mrs. Linda Corbett Holliday - ‘74 Mr. Michael P. Holliday - ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hood Ms. Eugenia A. Hooker Mrs. Laura Owen Hooper - ‘82 Hops Grill & Bar Mrs. Coda Wilson Horne - ‘43 Ms. Ann Payne Howard Mr. Robert J. Howard, Sr. - ‘74 Ms. Sharon Howard Hub City Bakery Mr. Earl P. Hudgens, Jr. - ‘66 Mrs. Dorothy Durham Huff - ‘54 Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes Mr. James F. Huiet, Jr. - ‘67 Rev. Grace Powell Hunt - ‘42 Ms. Nora Janette Hutchins - ‘55 Interstate Industrial Supply, Inc. Italian Pie Jack in the Box Mrs. Charlotte Pool Jackson - ‘43 Mr. James F. Jarrett, Jr. - ‘65 Mrs. Barbara Fuller Jeffcoat - ‘75 Johns Manville Rev. Annie Clark Johnson - ‘46 Mr. Charles H. Johnson - ‘66 Mr. Dwight R. Johnson - ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson Ms. Dorothy S. Jolley Mrs. Mara Horton Jones - ‘90 Mrs. Patricia Gallman Jones - ‘61 Mr. Sidney E. Jones - ‘72 R. L. Jordan Oil Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Lon O. Joyce Ms. Alice F. Joye - ‘63 The Junction Ms. Yusuke Kariya - ‘04 Mr. and Mrs. James A. Keiger Mr. Lamar L. Keisler - ‘43 Mrs. Terri Rollins Kemmerlin - ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. James B. Kendrick Mr. Thomas E. Kent - ‘51 Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert K. Kimple Mrs. Sherrill Hege King Kingstree Eatery Rev. Grady L. Kinley - ‘41 Mr. Tommy Kirby - ‘66 Mrs. Sarah Taylor Kirven - ‘49 Ms. Eunice R. Knouse Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Kruchkow Mr. Boyce P. Lancaster, Jr. - ‘47 Lander University *Deceased
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Ms. Vera Waldrep Langston - ‘54 Mr. William F. Lanier, III - ‘68 Major John B. Lee, III - ‘72 Mr. Wedrell W. Lee - ‘63 Mr. A. Allan Leonard - ‘58 Mrs. Brenda C. Libner - ‘67 Mrs. Sarah Hughes Lineberry - ‘39 Lister Flynn & Kelly, P.A. Mr. J. Fred Lister - ‘47 Little River Roasting Mr. Gilbert W. Littlejohn - ‘48 Mr. Lanny F. Littlejohn, Sr. - ‘65 Mrs. Mildred Joyner Littlejohn - ‘44 Mrs. Willine Mauldin Littlejohn - ‘49 Mr. Jimmy K. Long - ‘73 Mr. Carl W. Lowe - ‘63 Mrs. Elaine Reagan Lowe - ‘64 Lowe’s of Spartanburg Mr. Stephen E. Lowman - ‘79 Mrs. LaNell R. Lowry - ‘48 Mrs. Beverly Marsh Luther - ‘84 Mrs. Heidi Holt Lyles - ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Lytle Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Mall Mr. Ashley D. Mangum - ‘62 Mrs. Janette S. Mangum - ‘62 Mr. Edward J. Manning - ‘81 Ms. Patricia Brunson Manuel - ‘67 Mr. David W. Marshall - ‘68 Mr. Albert B. Martin - ‘49 Mr. Julian S. Martin, Jr. - ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E. Mason, Jr. Mr. Todd Mathis Mr. Seth H. Mayhew - ‘35 Mrs. Victoria Bobo McAninch - ‘68 Ms. Kay Trail McBee - ‘61 Mrs. Louise Kyzer McBride - ‘46 Ms. Peggy McCallister Mrs. Beth Mahon McCarter - ‘44 Mrs. Gaynelle Shook McCloud - ‘55
Mr. David F. McClure, Jr. - ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip McCollum Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCullough Mr. Leonard A. McDowell - ‘49 Mr. William T. McElveen, Sr. - ‘52 Mr. Shawn McEnroe Mr. Alfred M. McGaha - ‘62 Ms. Anne McGaha Mr. Lonnie McGinnis Mrs. Edith Littlefield McIntyre - ‘44 Rev. E. Donald McKinney - ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. McLendon Dr. Marilynn Hayes McLeod Mr. Paul Carlton McMurray - ‘51 Ms. Donna T. Melton - ‘65 Mr. Earl B. Melton - ‘63 Mr. Milton Melzer - ‘03 Mr. Charles N. Metcalf - ‘80 Ms. Joanne McCarter Metcalf - ‘72 Metropolitan Life Foundation Mrs. Theodora Morton Miles - ‘78 Mrs. Karla M. Milhorn - ‘90 Rev. James D. Miller - ‘69 Ms. Sarah S. Miller Mrs. Shirley Baker Mills - ‘52 Mr. M. Jackson Mize - ‘72 Mr. Herman W. Mizzell - ‘48 Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Monroe Mrs. Helen Case Montgomery - ‘43 Mrs. Cecil Moody Mr. Gene F. Moore - ‘69 Mr. Ralph Moore - ‘57 Mr. Ralph D. Moore, Jr. - ‘79 Mr. Perry W. Morgan - ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Morillo Mr. William T. Morris - ‘47 Mr. Edward H. Morrison - ‘43 Mr. George F. Morton - ‘44 Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church Mrs. Barbara Hembree Murphy - ‘55 Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Murphy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Murray Mrs. LeeBelle Stanley Murray - ‘43 Mr. Leon T. Myers - ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. David F. Nantz Ms. Deborah Nash National Fire Protection Co. Mrs. Virginia R. New Mr. Chuck Nodine Rev. and Mrs. Gene A. Norris Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Novak Mr. James E. Nunnery - ‘75 Mr. Tim O’Brien O’Charley’s, Inc. Ms. Karis L. O’Connell Mr. John A. Odom - ‘84 Ms. Suzi C. Odom - ‘84 Mrs. Beatrice Derrick Olson - ‘43
Ms. Nancy D. Osborne - ‘71 Mr. Michael L. O’Shields - ‘71 Mrs. Choko Nakamura Oshima - ‘54 Ms. Mary Elizabeth O’Sullivan - ‘44 Mr. Ronald W. Owens Papa John’s Pizza Papa’s Breakfast Nook Paramount’s Carowinds Steve Parker Painting Co. Mr. Joe P. Parker Mr. Jeff Parks Mrs. Teresa Connor Parler - ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Parris - ‘81 Mrs. Carey Hickman Parsons - ‘57 Ms. Angela Passmore Mrs. Carolyn Ferguson Patterson - ‘55 Mr. E. Cantey Pearce, III - ‘63 Mrs. Emmie Taylor Peden - ‘57 Mr. J. Samuel Peden Mr. B. Joel Perkins - ‘88 Mrs. Lesa T. Perkins - ‘87 Mr. William J. Perkins Dr. Bobby E. Pettit, Sr. - ‘57 Mrs. Jane Strother Petty - ‘74 Mr. Ray E. Petty - ‘55 Mr. Daniel Corey Philbeck - ‘98 Ms. Anita Phillips - ‘67 Mrs. Carolyn Ballenger Phillips - ‘47 Mrs. Sarah Crichton Phillips - ‘42 Piedmont Auto Parts Mr. and Mrs. J. Glen Platt Mr. D. Jesse Plummer - ‘42 Mr. James A. Pogue Mr. Otho S. Pool, Jr. - ‘61 Norman Poole Floor Covering Ms. Elaine W. Poovey Mrs. Betty Woodfin Pope - ‘46 Mr. Ray L. Pope - ‘45 Mr. Howard D. Porter - ‘63 Ms. Sharon D. Porter Mr. J. Donald Powell - ‘81 Mrs. Mary Arthur Sims Powers - ‘54 Mrs. Armenta Wood Prince - ‘53 Professional Party Rentals, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Putman Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Putnam Quiznos Mr. Maloy R. Rash, Jr. - ‘41 Ms. Anita Redman Ms. Della M. Reid Mr. Marion W. Reid - ‘57 Dr. Jerry H. Reitzel Mr. Steven M. Rice Mr. Robert P. Richardson Rick’s Car Wash Mr. John D. Riddle - ‘48 Mrs. Mildred Woodfin Riddle - ‘48 Mrs. Edith Melton Rietkovich - ‘53
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 Mrs. Alma Jolley Riley - ‘49 Mrs. Dorothy Childers Roberts - ‘45 Mr. J. Doyle Roberts - ‘66 Mr. Robert F. Roberts - ‘64 Mrs. Juanita Guthrie Rogers - ‘50 Mrs. Julie C. Rogers - ‘81 Mr. Robert W. Rogers, III - ‘81 Mr. Albert R. Rose - ‘93 Mrs. Margaret Shealy Ross - ‘42 Mr. Thomas L. Ross, Jr. - ‘63 Ms. Brenda Faye Russell - ‘81 S.C. Aquarium Mr. Thomas F. Salley, Sr. - ‘61 Mr. Charles C. Sams - ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Schaaf Schlotzsky’s Deli at Westgate Mr. Bates L. Scoggins, Jr. - ‘56 Mr. F. Stephenson Scoggins - ‘70 Ms. Rachel Scurry Mrs. Mary A. Sczechowicz - ‘82 Mr. Robert W. Seawright - ‘88 Rev. and Mrs. C. Allen Senn Mr. and Mrs. John Sereno Mrs. Phyllis Ellison Shropshier - ‘78 Mrs. Betty Crocker Shuler - ‘46 Mrs. Sue Weathers Shuler - ‘46 Mr. Jack C. Simpson, Jr. - ‘79 Ms. Teresa Sims Mr. R. Arnold Sineath - ‘48 Mr. George R. Skinner - ‘59 Dr. and Mrs. Talmage B. Skinner, Jr. Ms. Barbara L. Smith - ‘72 Ms. Barbara Walters Smith Mrs. Dorothy Spencer Smith - ‘42 Mr. Eddie Smith - ‘76 Mrs. Gina Mabe Smith - ‘78 Mrs. Margaret Perry Smith - ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Smith Ms. Verna H. Smith Ms. Jennifer Snider Mr. Jordy Snyder The Souther Agency Rev. and Mrs. Joe H. Sowell Mr. Henry B. Sparrow, II - ‘66 Spartan Bakery Spartanburg Marriott Dr. R. Wright Spears Ms. Edith Burns Stanley - ‘44 Stapleton’s Ye Olde Frame Shoppe Mr. and Mrs. John L. Steele, Jr. Mr. James Lewis Stephens - ‘81 Mrs. Juanita Horton Stepp - ‘47 Mr. B. B. Stevens - ‘49 Mrs. Barbara Thomas Stone - ‘56 Mr. David B. Stout, Jr. - ‘70 Mr. Gary A. Strange, Jr. - ‘48 Mr. C. P. Stribling - ‘48 Mrs. Camille P. Stribling - ‘44
Miss Hazel J. Stringfield - ‘42 NFS Enterprises/DBA Sub Station II Suburban Mulch Co. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Sudduth Ms. Gloria Rogers Sumner Mr. Jimmy Tallent Taylor Appraisal Co., Inc. Mr. Ansel M. Taylor - ‘50 Mr. Buddy Taylor, SRA - ‘67 T-Bonz Grill Mr. Frank W. Teaster - ‘56 Thai Taste Ms. Win Thomason Mrs. Catherine H. Thompson - ‘56 Mr. Donald Thompson - ‘47 Mr. Harold D. Thompson - ‘59 Ms. Rose M. Thompson *Ms. Mary Smith Thrower - ‘39 Ms. Pamela Tilley Mrs. Louise Smith Tinsley - ‘42 Tireama, Inc. Mrs. Janice Bradley Trantham - ‘70 Mrs. Jennifer Ferringer Trench - ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Trogdon Trustus Theatre Mrs. Ann Mills Turner - ‘62 Tyco Electronics Foundation University of South Carolina Mrs. Kerry B. Van Winkle Mrs. Lisa M. Vandys Mrs. Mary Vann - ‘66 Ms. Flossie W. Vassey - ‘49 Mrs. Evelyn Lancaster Vaughan - ‘49 Mr. Neil D. Vaughan - ‘63 Venus Pie Pizzeria Verdae Greens Golf Club Mr. Paul E. Vernon - ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. Walter R.Vieth Dr. Harold S. Vigodsky Rev. Haco W. Von Hacke - ‘63 Mrs. Sherry L. Waddell - ‘88 Mrs. Heather Waldrep - ‘98 Mr. Barry D. Ward - ‘79 The Warehouse Theatre Mrs. Nancy Hudnall Waters - ‘75 Mrs. Barbara Trincher Watkins - ‘56 Rev. Joe Cal Watson Rev. and Mrs. Robert B. Way Mr. Michael S. Webb - ‘76 Mrs. Claire Ulmer Weeks - ‘51 Mrs. Joy L. Weisner - ‘98 Mr. William G. Weisner - ‘91 Mr. Croskeys R. Welch, Jr. - ‘63 Ms. Mary F. Wells - ‘55 Mrs. Barbara West Mrs. Gaynelle Caldwell West - ‘68 Western Carolina Intergroup Mr. C.Y. Westfield
Mr. Donald E. White - ‘55 Dr. and Mrs. J. Brad White Mr. Roger White - ‘85 Whitlock Junior High School Mrs. Lucia Kellett Whitlock - ‘44 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy W. Whittaker Mr. Douglas G. Wilkerson Ms. Linda Kay Willard - ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. David H. Williams Mr. E. Lewis Williams - ‘50 Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Williams Mrs. Meg Johnson Williams - ‘84 Mrs. Elizabeth West Wilson - ‘41 Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wilson Ms. Janet E. Wilson Winn-Dixie Grocery Store Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Wood Mr. Tyrus R. Wood - ‘41 Mr. Charles S. Worley Mrs. June White Worman - ‘47 Mrs. Paula Henry Worthy - ‘80 Mr. C. Wayne Yarborough - ‘74 Ms. Lori Yeomans Ms. Summer Yeomans Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph L. Yobs Ms. Elizabeth H. Young Zaxby’s LCDR David H. Zoellner JAGC, USN Ret.
Alumni Donors by Class Year 1929 — $200.00 Mrs. Eugenia Hattaway Bishop 1933 — $100.00 Mr. Victor M. Smith 1935 — $315.00 *Mr. Edgar L. Allen *Deceased
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Mr. Seth H. Mayhew Mrs. Madeline K. Willis 1936 — $995.00 Mrs. Mae Young Allen Mr. Jack M. Andrews Mrs. Nora Bowers Ashley Mr. Royal R. Hayes Mr. Joe M. Logan Mr. Mack A. Pace, Jr. CH (Col.) William A. Sanders (Ret.) Mr. G. Wirron Willis 1938 — $1,550.00 Mr. William M. Crawford Mr. Peter H. Dantzler Mr. Boyce V. Hawkins Mr. Marion G. Pratt Mrs. Claudia Breazeale Smith Mr. M. Scott Willis, Sr.
1942 — $13,897.00 Mr. Warren H. Abernathy Mrs. Vivian Coggins Edge Mrs. Alice Bonner Greene Rev. Grace Powell Hunt Mrs. Ruth Bishop Jones Dr. Oliver M. Littlejohn Mrs. Edna S. Lybrand Mr. Howard E. Morrison Mrs. Ruby Bishop Pagano Mr. John C. Patrick, Jr. Mrs. Sarah Crichton Phillips Mr. D. Jesse Plummer Mrs. Margaret Shealy Ross Mrs. Dorothy Spencer Smith Miss Hazel J. Stringfield Mrs. Ruth D. Thompson Mrs. Louise Smith Tinsley
1945 — $1,705.00 Mrs. Virginia Rushing Boiter Mrs. Marjorie Snow Brannon Mrs. Sara Flynn Calvert Mr. Guy F. Fain, Jr. Mr. Joe W. Gallman Mr. Ray L. Pope Mrs. Dorothy Childers Roberts Mrs. Betty S. Royster Dr. William B. Royster
1939 — $235.00 Mr. Oren L. Brady, Jr. Mrs. Louise West Hodge Mrs. Sarah Hughes Lineberry *Ms. Mary Smith Thrower 1940 — $15,410.00 Mr. Randolph B. Bradford Mrs. Sara C. Carter Mrs. Frances Trout Davis *Mr. Joseph P. Foster Mr. Earle B. Hamilton Mrs. Ella Scott Holden Mrs. Mary Lewis King Mr. Ed T. Rogers Mrs. Louise Hart Starnes 1941 — $14,392.00 Mr. Cecil D. Bishop Mr. Julian N. Buchanan Mr. W. Clinton Darby Rev. Lucy Tedder Davis Miss J. Kathryn Gardner Rev. Grady L. Kinley Mr. Ray P. Lybrand Mr. Joseph S. Momier Mrs. Virl M. Momier Mrs. Angie Cox Myers Mrs. Eyra K. Nichols Col. Thomas H. Nichols Mr. Maloy R. Rash, Jr. Rev. H. Robert Reynolds Mrs. Lillian B. Rogers Mrs. Mary Gault Smith Mr. Fletcher D. Thompson Dr. Robert D. Warren Mrs. Elizabeth West Wilson Mr. Tyrus R. Wood
Dr. John M. Butler Mrs. Marguerite Smith Compton Mrs. Ruby Calvert Dodd Mrs. Katie Watford Eubanks Mrs. Lillian Catoe Galloway Mr. Louis A. Givens, Jr. Mrs. Doris Anderson Hollifield Mrs. Mildred Joyner Littlejohn Dr. Ruby Amerson Matthews Mrs. Beth Mahon McCarter Mrs. Edith Littlefield McIntyre Mr. George F. Morton Ms. Mary Elizabeth O’Sullivan Mrs. Lois Redford Parrott Ms. Edith Burns Stanley Mrs. Camille P. Stribling Mrs. Lucia Kellett Whitlock Mr. John D. Wilson
1943 — $2,490.00 Rev. Charles M. Blackmon Mrs. Louise Cox Brockman Mrs. Cecile Causey Cox Mrs. Nell Moser Hitt Mrs. Coda Wilson Horne Mrs. Charlotte Pool Jackson Mrs. Faye Nix Jay Mr. Lamar L. Keisler Mrs. Helen Case Montgomery Mr. Edward H. Morrison Mrs. LeeBelle Stanley Murray Mrs. Beatrice Derrick Olson Dr. Charles H. Peebles, Jr. Dr. Eugene P. Rutledge Mrs. Ruth Myers Stewart Mrs. Elsie Collins Vaught 1944 — $11,257.00 Mrs. Anna Divver Allen Mrs. Betty Horton Barkley Mrs. Gladys B. Blackmon Mr. James E. Brannon Mrs. Ruby Ragan Bridges
1946 — $807.00 Ms. Doris Cook Anderson Mrs. Marion Littleton Anderson Mrs. Frances L. Dickinson Mr. Jack E. Foster Mrs. Mary R. Garner Rev. Annie Clark Johnson Rev. William R. Kinnett Mrs. Louise Kyzer McBride Mrs. Betty Woodfin Pope Mrs. Betty Crocker Shuler Mrs. Sue Weathers Shuler 1947 — $814.00 Mr. Ernest A. Billings Mrs. Jean Casey Brittain Mr. Wade T. Buchanan, Jr. Mrs. Doris R. Butler Mrs. Winifred S. Corn Mrs. Marjorie MeGahee Durant Mrs. Sara DeLoache Gibson Mrs. Grace K. Junker Mr. Boyce P. Lancaster, Jr. Mr. J. Fred Lister Mr. William T. Morris Mrs. Carolyn Ballenger Phillips Mrs. Juanita Horton Stepp Mr. Donald Thompson Mrs. June White Worman
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 1948 — $3,890.00 Mr. Robert M. Bennett Mrs. Goldie Sprouse Bryant Mr. R. Lamar Coleman Mr. Vardell Cook Mr. Hubert C. Dobson Mr. Norris Dockins Mr. Harry Foster Mr. Vernon D. Gwynne Mr. Edward T. Hinson Dr. Harry A. Jordan Mr. Gilbert W. Littlejohn Mrs. LaNell R. Lowry Mrs. Novella Woodard McNeill Rev. William W. McNeill Mr. Herman W. Mizzell Mr. John D. Riddle Mrs. Mildred Woodfin Riddle Mr. R. Arnold Sineath Mr. Gary A. Strange, Jr. Mr. C. P. Stribling Ms. Mary W. Waddell 1949 — $6,147.50 Ms. Louise Atkins Mr. Joseph R. Clary Mr. Gerald Dorn Mrs. Naomi Scott Fain Mrs. Edna Grainger Guthrie Mrs. Sharon Stockman Jones Mrs. Sarah Taylor Kirven Mrs. Willine Mauldin Littlejohn Mr. Albert B. Martin Mr. William Joe McCurry Mr. Leonard A. McDowell Mrs. Lucile Atkins Miller Mrs. Alma Jolley Riley Mr. Bobby L. Scott Mr. Lewis L. Scott Mr. B. B. Stevens Ms. Flossie W. Vassey Mrs. Evelyn Lancaster Vaughan 1950 — $1,545.00 Mrs. Shirley P. Adams Mrs. Peggy Brown Bryson Mr. Charles J. Butler Mrs. Ruth King Eason Mr. Philip F. Foster Mrs. Juanita Pulley Hammett Mr. Charles D. Hazel Mrs. Juanita Guthrie Rogers Mrs. Helen Gregory Sanders Mr. Ansel M. Taylor Mr. E. Lewis Williams 1951 — $3,092.50 Mr. Arthur T. Ballard Mrs. Ruth S. Ballard Mr. Robert Beach
Mrs. Reba Gregory Bogan Rev. Bill Brown Mrs. Frances Splawn Burris Mr. Ronda Lee Burris Mrs. Frances Austin Day Mrs. Mitchelle Causey Evans Mr. J. B. Hicks Mr. W. W. Howle Mrs. Betty V. Jamerson Mr. Lawrence M. Jamerson Mr. Thomas E. Kent Rev. Charles E. McKinney Mr. Eugene L. McLean Mr. Paul Carlton McMurray Mrs. Saralyn Turner Overstreet Rev. Samuel H. Poston Ms. Arlene Virginia Will Mrs. Mary Gooding Smith Major Ray F. Smith Mrs. Claire Ulmer Weeks 1952 — $800.00 Mr. James E. Brantley Mr. Jack E. Earley Mr. Joseph H. Frye Mrs. M. Jeannette Hatzenbuhler Mrs. Nellie Bramlett Jepsen Mrs. Edith McConell Koon Mr. William T. McElveen, Sr. Mrs. Shirley Baker Mills Mrs. Maxine Fogle Owen Mr. Frank E. Rhodes 1953 — $550.00 Mrs. Nancy Scoggins Floyd Mr. Carroll G. Gosnell Mr. David E. Hudgins Mr. Richard E. Huggins Mr. Henry P. Kyzer Mrs. Armenta Wood Prince Mrs. Edith Melton Rietkovich Mr. Conrad N. Robertson 1954 — $1,515.00 Mrs. Christine Fogle Bair Mrs. Barbara J. Bogan Mr. W. Lorantz Bogan Mrs. Ruth Kelly Cannon Mr. Clarence Craven Mr. Hoyle Edwards Mr. Roland G. Elmore, Jr. Mrs. Florie McCoy Graham Mrs. Shirley Gault Harris Mrs. Dorothy Durham Huff Ms. Vera Waldrep Langston Rev. Allen E. Long Mrs. Choko Nakamura Oshima Mrs. Mary Arthur Sims Powers Mrs. Edith J. Roper *Mr. Pleasant Terry Roper, Sr.
Mr. Ralph D. Vaughan 1955 — $1,035.00 Mr. Donald J. Barbare Mrs. Judith Casey Bishop Mr. Frank L. Boyd Mr. Barry M. Carter Ms. Nora Janette Hutchins Mr. Wendell J. Lee Mrs. Jean Bell Long Mrs. Gaynelle Shook McCloud Mrs. Barbara Hembree Murphy Mrs. Carolyn Ferguson Patterson Mr. Ray E. Petty Mrs. Nellie R. Smith Mrs. Roberta A. Thompson Ms. Mary F. Wells Mr. Donald E. White 1956 — $14,412.00 Mrs. Margaret Thrift Burnett Rev. Melvin E. Calvert Mrs. Carolyn Hayes Culbreath Mrs. Ann H. Dobson Dr. Edgar H. Ellis, Jr. Mr. Raymond B. Howard Dr. Louise M. Parris Mr. Bates L. Scoggins, Jr. Mr. C. Roland Smith Mrs. Benita Davis Stavely Mrs. Barbara Thomas Stone Mr. Frank W. Teaster Mrs. Catherine H. Thompson Mrs. Barbara Trincher Watkins 1957 — $575.00 Mrs. Nettie Rothrock Gentry Mr. Allen P. Howell Mr. Ralph Moore Mrs. Carey Hickman Parsons Mrs. Emmie Taylor Peden Dr. Bobby E. Pettit, Sr. Mr. Marion W. Reid Mrs. Jackie Fogle Smith Mrs. Margaret Perry Smith
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1958 — $1,800.00 Bill and Mary Frances Lee Cantrell Mr. Robert Cantrell Mr. Walter B. Corn Mr. James H. Fletcher Mr. Phillip M. Graham Mr. Ralph M. Kesler Mr. Gary P. Kirkland Mr. A. Allan Leonard Mrs. Ruth Harmon Reeves Rev. Roger E. Thompson Mr. Herman H. Whitaker, Jr. 1959 — $4,020.00 Mr. James H. Atkins Mrs. Patricia D. Corn Mr. Michael L. Dozier Mr. Wayne M. Fields Mr. G. Keith Fudge Mr. Dean Gaddy Mr. James L. Geddis Mr. Joseph W. Ham Mr. Jerry Horton Mrs. Elizabeth S. Jack Mr. Lewis A Lynch, Sr. Rev. E. Donald McKinney Mr. Glen R. Melton Mr. George R. Skinner Mr. Harold D. Thompson 1960 — $1,150.00 Mr. Ronald Block Mr. William S. Frey Mrs. Jeanne Putnam Fudge Mr. Philip D. Greer Mr. William L. Hardin Mr. Sheridan A. Hill Mr. L. Troy Nobles Mrs. Carol Layton Spracklen Mr. Paul E. Vernon Rev. Patricia S. Wood 1961 — $405.00 Mr. Paul A. Dover Mr. William F. Hannon, III Mr. Randolph J. Hunt, Jr. Mrs. Patricia Gallman Jones Ms. Kay Trail McBee Mr. David F. McClure, Jr. Mr. Otho S. Pool, Jr. Mr. Thomas F. Salley, Sr. Mr. Joe Dan White
Mr. Drury N. Helms Rev. David W. Holder Mr. Michael B. Lee Mr. Ashley D. Mangum Mrs. Janette S. Mangum Mr. Alfred M. McGaha Mr. David K. Smith, Sr. Mrs. Ann Mills Turner 1963 — $10,730.00 Mr. James F. Ashmore Mr. Samuel T. Blackwell Mr. Vernon H. Davis Hon. Thomas E. Foster Mrs. Carolyn Finch Fowler Mrs. Marvis W. Henry Ms. Alice F. Joye Mr. Wedrell W. Lee Mr. Carl W. Lowe Mr. Earl B. Melton Mr. E. Cantey Pearce, III Mr. Howard D. Porter Mr. Thomas L. Ross, Jr. Mrs. Judith Hipp Stewart,R.D.,L.D. Mr. Neil D. Vaughan Rev. Haco W. Von Hacke Mr. Croskeys R. Welch, Jr. Ms. Linda Kay Willard 1964 — $21,931.00 Mr. Gerald N. Abraham Mrs. Elaine Gilstrap Allen Mr. Robert E. Ashley, Jr. Mr. Jackie E. Atkins Mrs. Marta Riddle Brown Mr. Michael D. Clayton Mrs. Sandra Ramsey Davis Mr. Ralph C. Driggers Mr. James M. Fain Mr. Steve D. Grissom Mr. Hugh L. Harrelson, Sr. Mr. John P. Henry Mr. Dwight R. Johnson Mrs. Elaine Reagan Lowe Mrs. Cheryl Coleman Marsh
Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr.
R. Everett McAbee Roy M. Neal W. R. (Ray) Ridgeway Robert F. Roberts James L. Rowe
1965 — $12,427.00 Mr. Bart Abercrombie Mrs. Ruth Bowling Dr. Floride M. Calvert Mrs. Barbara J. Clayton Mr. Dwight F. Drake Mr. Allen H. Hipp Mr. William F. Hough Mr. James B. Huggins, II Mr. James F. Jarrett, Jr. Mr. Michael E. Lawson Mr. Lanny F. Littlejohn, Sr. Mr. Frank M. Mathis Ms. Donna T. Melton Mr. William S. Moore Mr. Perry W. Morgan Mrs. Selene Giles Rivers Mr. Gerald B. Smith 1966 — $2,516.82 Mrs. Laurel Keisler Barden Mr. Jerry Barnette Mr. Haskell R. Brown, Jr. Dr. C. Sterling Case Mr. Woodrow P. Gilbert Mr. Frank M. Godwin Mr. William C. Gossett, Jr. Mrs. Eleanor L. Harrelson Mr. J. Harold Hill Mr. Earl P. Hudgens, Jr. Mr. Charles H. Johnson Mr. Tommy Kirby Mr. Julian S. Martin, Jr. Mr. J. Doyle Roberts Mr. Henry B. Sparrow, II Mr. Donald E. Tate Mr. James T. Truesdale Mrs. Mary Vann Mrs. Nancy Foust Watson Mr. Freddie G. Whitman Ms. Barbara Gay Wingo Mr. Loyless T. Wright, Jr. 1967 — $1,836.34 Mr. Billy H. Casey Mr. Edward W. Dickerson, Jr. Mr. Richard B. Easley Mr. John E. Farr Mrs. Edwina Craft Faulkenberry Dr. James R. Faulkenberry Mr. Robert B. Gibbons, Jr. Mr. Jimmy C. Graham Mr. James F. Huiet, Jr. Mr. Bill Ivey
1962 — $2,570.00 Mrs. Mildred S. Adams Rev. Quay W. Adams Mrs. Vera Morris Crocker Mr. Gerry L. Deal
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 Mrs. Brenda C. Libner Ms. Patricia Brunson Manuel Mr. John D. O’Connell Ms. Anita Phillips Mr. Buddy Taylor, SRA Mr. William F. Truesdale Mr. William S. Wilkerson, III Mr. Paul L. Yarborough
Mrs. Denise Davis Hayes Mrs. Barbara Fuller Jeffcoat Mr. Bill P. Johnson Mr. James E. Nunnery Mr. Prentice C.Phillips, Jr. Mrs. Nancy Hudnall Waters 1976 — $3,102.84 Mr. John S. Benfield Mrs. Joy D. Blanks Mrs. Jayne Gaul Case Mr. Alan D. Cheek Dr. Dewey L. Dean Mr. Martin R. Kimmons Mrs. Heidi Holt Lyles Mr. Ralph L. Major Mr. Ricky A. McAbee Mr. Charles E. Moss Mr. L. Allen Newman Mr. Eddie Smith Mr. Michael S. Webb
1968 — $795.00 Mr. James F. Bland, Jr. Mrs. Ruth M. Bowles Mr. Niles A. Chumley, Jr. Mr. David H. Clark Mrs. Emily Finch Cox Mr. Roger L. Ezell Mrs. Betty Felkel Henson Mr. William F. Lanier, III Mr. David W. Marshall Mrs. Victoria Bobo McAninch Mrs. Gaynelle Caldwell West 1969 — $1,405.00 Mr. Jerry L. Calvert Mr. Robert N. Davis Mr. E. Michael Dills Mr. Everett Gosa Mrs. Ann Page Hamrick Mr. Chuck A. Henson Mrs. Evelyn Wall Jolley Mr. Lawrence F. Kind Rev. James D. Miller Mr. Gene F. Moore Mrs. Martha S. O’Connell Mr. Derial L. Ogburn 1970 — $235.00 Mrs. Leilani Rice Fisher Mrs. Mary W. Kimmons Mr. F. Stephenson Scoggins Mr. David B. Stout, Jr. Mrs. Janice Bradley Trantham 1971 — $485.00 Mrs. Lynn George Addy Mrs. Margaret Benton Jones Ms. Nancy D. Osborne Mr. Michael L. O’Shields Mrs. Janis Campbell Patton Dr. Elzie L. Tate, III 1972 — $3,610.00 Mr. William Michael Berry Mrs. Ella Mae Ackerman Bowers Rev. F. Vernon Chandler, III Mr. LeLand Crim Mr. David M. Garrett Mr. Sidney E. Jones Mr. Creighton C. Kelly Major John B. Lee, III Mrs. Nancy B. McConnell
Dr. Robert G. McConnell Ms. Joanne McCarter Metcalf Mr. Steve Miller Mr. M. Jackson Mize Mr. Charles C. Sams Ms. Barbara L. Smith 1973 — $5,725.00 Mr. Chris Cantrell Mr. Stephen R. Collins The Reverend Mr. John W. Hipp Rev. D. Mitchell Houston Mr. Jimmy K. Long Mrs. Teresa Connor Parler Mrs. Deborah C. Philbeck 1974 — $3,800.00 Mrs. Melba Foster Blakely Rev. Michael E. Bowers Mr. Mark D. Bush Mr. Benjamin H. Correll Mr. Michael D. Elliott Mrs. Linda Corbett Holliday Mr. Michael P. Holliday Mr. Robert J. Howard, Sr. Mr. Franklin B. Pack Mrs. Jane Strother Petty Mr. Daniel L. Philbeck Mrs. Teresa Snyder Phillips Mr. Russell A. Priddy Mr. Richard Whelchel Mr. C. Wayne Yarborough 1975 — $3,870.00 Mrs. Jane L. Fitzgerald Mr. H. Daniel Foster
1977 — $650.00 Mrs. Debbie Ballenger Austin Mr. Jeffery F. Cannon Mrs. Lynette Smith Fisher Mrs. Madora B. Holder Mr. Steven G. Hope Mrs. Anita Grubbs Oshaughnessy Mr. Edward D. Pruitt 1978 — $2,120.00 Mr. James R. Blanks, III Mrs. Clarice Calvert Bobo Mrs. Lorraine Love Buckwell Mr. Larry Hamrick Mrs. Joy Culbreth McAbee Rev. Gregory S. Middleton Mrs. Theodora Morton Miles Mrs. Phyllis Ellison Shropshier Mrs. Gina Mabe Smith Mr. J. Wesley Sparrow, Jr. 1979 — $735.00 Mr. John V. Carmichael Mr. A. Murray Gray Mr. Stephen E. Lowman Mr. Ralph D. Moore, Jr. Dr. Robert M. Sherfield Mr. Jack C. Simpson, Jr. Mr. Gregory D. Sparkman Mrs. Patricia Jolly Tate Mr. Barry D. Ward 1980 — $1,820.00 Mr. Jeffrey M. Addis Mrs. Mary Garrett Clements Mr. James M. Dorn, III Mr. James K. Floyd Mrs. Miriam Smoak Henry *Deceased
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Mr. Tony L. Hollifield Mr. Jeffrey A. Horton Mr. Charles N. Metcalf Mrs. Paula Henry Worthy 1981 — $1,654.00 Ms. Joyce Pierce Crawford Mrs. Georgia L. Floyd Mr. William D. Fortenberry Ms. Patty Crist Golightly Ms. Plennie Dixon Gresham Mrs. Doris Cantrell Hammett Dr. Michelle Bedell Jolly Mr. Edward J. Manning Mr. J. Donald Parris Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Parris Mr. J. Donald Powell Mrs. Julie C. Rogers Mr. Robert W. Rogers, III Ms. Brenda Faye Russell Mr. James Lewis Stephens Mrs. Catherine Kelly Teal 1982 - $4,200.00 Mr. David E. Chadwick Mrs. Laura Owen Hooper Ms. Jill R. Johnson Mrs. Mary A. Sczechowicz Mr. M. Todd Sill 1983 — $280.00 Mr. Brooks Carter Ms. Jean Collins Mrs. Jennifer Ferringer Trench 1984 — $210.00 Mrs. Terri Rollins Kemmerlin Mrs. Beverly Marsh Luther Mr. John A. Odom Ms. Suzi C. Odom Mr. Lance B. Owens Mrs. Meg Johnson Williams 1985 — $75.00 Mr. Paul Collins, Jr. Maj. and Mrs. C. Edward Edge Mr. Roger White 1986 — $50.00 Mr. Douglas L. Bouknight 1987 — $140.00 Mr. Claude David Boling, Jr. Ms. Claudia Collins Ms. Katherine Hill Mrs. Lesa T. Perkins
Mr. Patrick P. Fryar Ms. Ruth S. Henry Mr. B. Joel Perkins Mr. James A. Pratt Mr. Robert W. Seawright Mrs. Carolyn S. Sparks Mrs. Sherry L. Waddell 1989 — $134.41 Mrs. Virginia W. Darwin Mrs. Pamela P. Ponder 1990 — $1,130.00 Mr. James C. Bishop Mr. Marcus D. Brown Mr. Robby L. Cook Mr. Brooks A. Godwin Mrs. Rebecca Walter Hamrick Mrs. Mara Horton Jones Mrs. Karla M. Milhorn Mr. Kenneth R. Roach Ms. Norma J. Walker 1991 — $105.00 Mr. Timothy F. Darwin Mr. William G. Weisner 1992 — $40.00 Ms. Regina L. Ward Mr. Leon T. Myers 1993 — $125.00 Mr. Albert R. Rose Mr. Jonas M. Vassey 1996 — $790.00 Mrs. Stacie Luedeke Williams 1997 — $907.10 Mr. Brian E. Pruitt Mr. Wesley T. Whittle 1998 — $1,092.13 Ms. Doshia M. Jones Mr. Daniel Corey Philbeck Mrs. Leah L. Pruitt Mrs. Heather Waldrep Mrs. Joy L. Weisner Ms. Tiffany H. Whittle 1999 — $50.00 Mr. Walter Scott Deskins 2003 — $215.96 Mr. Milton Melzer Ms. Adrienne Nicole Nelson 2004 — $30.00 Mr. Gregory Lem Elder Ms. Yusuke Kariya
1988 — $2,648.00 Mr. Andrew M. Babb Rev. Gary B. Byrd Mrs. Cathy Walling Foster
FACULTY-STAFF Mr. Ottis Allen Mr. Pete Aylor Ms. Charlotte Babb Mr. Harry Barnett Mr. Jim Bivens Mrs. Joy D. Blanks - ‘76 Rev. Michael E. Bowers - ‘74 Ms. E. Jane Brackett Ms. Linda A. Bradley Mr. Bernard E. Brooks Dr. Katherine D. Cann Mr. Brooks Carter - ‘83 Dr. C. Sterling Case - ‘66 Mrs. Vicki Hawkins Corn Mr. Kenneth Crenshaw Ms. Deeda Crosby Mr. Walter Scott Deskins - ‘99 Mrs. Miranda DiMarco Mrs. Jenny Dunn Mr. Willie L. Edwards Mrs. Kerie P. Epton Mr. Leroy Fant, Jr. Mr. William D. Fortenberry - ‘81 Mr. James L. Geddis - ‘59 Dr. Mark Gibbs Mr. David L. Gibson Ms. Betty S. Griffin Dr. Arthur B. Hartzog Mrs. Judy Haynes Ms. Eugenia A. Hooker Mrs. Lisa W. Isenhower Ms. Jill R. Johnson - ‘82 Mr. Wilbert K. Kimple Ms. Eunice R. Knouse Dr. Paul S. Lofton, Jr. Mrs. Nancy H. Lynn Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. Charles E. Moss ~ ‘76 Mrs. Deddie Moss Ms. Deborah Nash Mr. Mark Perdue
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 Mr. Daniel L. Philbeck - ‘74 Mrs. Pamela P. Ponder - ‘89 Ms. Sharon D. Porter Mrs. Leah L. Pruitt - ‘98 Ms. Della M. Reid Mr. Steven M. Rice Mrs. Carol E. Shearin Mr. David R. Shuping Mrs. Sue Shuping Ms. Teresa Sims Rev. Candice Y. Sloan Mrs. Carolyn S. Sparks - ‘88 Mr. W. Terry Stephenson Ms. Gloria Rogers Sumner Mr. Donald E. Tate - ‘66 Dr. Charles P. Teague Mrs. Kerry B. Van Winkle Mrs. Lisa M. Vandys Mr. Timothy Wallace Mr. Barry D. Ward - ‘79 Mr. William G. Weisner - ‘91 Mrs. Ann Wenz Mr. C.Y. Westfield Mr. Bruce Whelchel Dr. Thomas A. Wilkerson Dr. John R. Williams Ms. Janet E. Wilson Mr. Johnny Worthy
Mr. Warren H. Abernathy - ‘42 Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Nel Acosta Mr. Ottis Allen Mr. and Mrs. W. Sterling Anderson Ms. Suzane Armendariz Mr. Pete Aylor Mr. and Mrs. Steve H. Barbrey Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnett Mrs. Judith Casey Bishop - ‘55 Ms. Cheryl Blackwell Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Bourne Mr. and Mrs. Bill G. Bowers, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. E. Lee Bowers Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Buddin Mr. Kenneth G. Byars Dr. Floride M. Calvert - ‘65
Mr. Jerry L. Calvert - ‘69 Mr. Chris Cantrell - ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carter Dr. C. Sterling Case - ‘66 Mrs. Jayne Gaul Case - ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Childers Rev. and Mrs. David A. Clyburn, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Noah S. Crane Mrs. Sallie W. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeAngelo Ms. Erin M. Dearmore Mrs. Phyllis B. DeLapp Dr. Edgar H. Ellis, Jr. - ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elmore Mr. Marty Fajerman Mr. and Mrs. James Farris Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Faulhaber Dr. and Mrs. George D. Fields, Jr. Mrs. Jane L. Fitzgerald - ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Floyd Mr. Bruce Fraedrich Mr. James L. Geddis - ‘59 Rev. and Mrs. James O. Gilliam,Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Greene Mrs. Juanita Pulley Hammett - ‘50 Mrs. Ann Page Hamrick - ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hanks Mrs. Edith H. Harmon Ms. Lynne Harris Mr. Larry Harvey Ms. Ruth S. Henry - ‘88 Rev. David W. Holder - ‘62 Mrs. Madora B. Holder - ‘77 Mrs. Linda Corbett Holliday - ‘74 Mr. Michael P. Holliday - ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hood Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Hornsby, Jr. Ms. Sharon Howard Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes Mrs. Anne T. Irwin Mr. and Mrs. James A. Keiger Mr. Lewis A Lynch, Sr. - ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Lytle Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Mahoney Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Cecil Martin Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E. Mason, Jr. Mr. Frank M. Mathis - ‘65 Dr. Hugh R. Mathis Mr. Alvin A. McCall, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip McCollum Ms. Pam McCoy Ms. Anne McGaha Mr. Michael A. McGinnis Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. McLendon Dr. Marilynn Hayes McLeod Mrs. Helen Case Montgomery - ‘43 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Morillo
Mr. Charles E. Moss - ‘76 Mrs. Deddie Moss Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Murphy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Murray Rev. and Mrs. Gene A. Norris Mrs. Jean O. Osborne Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pang Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Parris - ‘81 Ms. Angela Passmore Mr. and Mrs. Dwight F. Patterson, Jr Mr. J. Samuel Peden Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Peeler Mr. William J. Perkins Mr. Daniel L. Philbeck - ‘74 Mr. James A. Pogue Mr. Otho S. Pool, Jr. - ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Pruitt Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Putman Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Scott Ms. Rachel Scurry Dr. Charles B. Hanna, Sr. Ms. Verna H. Smith Ms. Jennifer Snider Mr. Jordy Snyder Mr. John W. Sparrow, Sr. Rev. and Mrs. Robert G. Strother Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Sudduth Mr. and Mrs. Roger R. Ullery Mr. and Mrs. Timothy W. Whittaker Mr. and Mrs. David H. Williams Dr. John R. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Williams Ms. Lori Yeomans
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TRUSTEE SOCIETY Mr. Cecil Brown Abrams - ‘74 Dr. and Mrs. James S. Barrett Rev. & Mrs. W. R. Bouknight, III Mrs. Ella Mae Ackerman Bowers - ‘72 Rev. Michael E. Bowers - ‘74 Mr. James E. Brannon - ‘44 Mrs. Jean Casey Brittain - ‘47 Rev. and Mrs. DeArmond Canaday Mr. Brooks Carter - ‘83 Dr. C. Sterling Case - ‘66 Mrs. Jayne Gaul Case - ‘76 Mrs. Martha Cloud Chapman Mr. Robby L. Cook - ‘90 Mr. James C. Crawford, Jr. Mr. Robert W. Crocker - ‘81 Mrs. Lillian Burnett Davis - ‘38 Mrs. Phyllis B. DeLapp Mrs. Ann H. Dobson - ‘56 Mr. Hubert C. Dobson - ‘48 Mr. Norris Dockins - ‘48 Dr. Edgar H. Ellis, Jr. - ‘56 Mrs. Fred M. Epting Rev. and Mrs. J. Claude Evans Dr. and Mrs. George D. Fields, Jr. Mrs. Lynette Smith Fisher - ‘77 Mr. H. Daniel Foster - ‘75 Mrs. Sam A. George Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Gibson Mr. Joe S. Gibson - ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Griffith, Jr. The Rev. Mr. John W. Hipp - ‘73 Mrs. Nell Moser Hitt - ‘43 Mrs. Anne T. Irwin Mr. and Mrs. Alex James Mrs. Ople M. James Dr. Oliver M. Littlejohn - ‘42 Dr. and Mrs. Clinton J. Lupo, Jr. Dr. Hugh R. Mathis Mr. Alvin A. McCall, Jr. Mr. Jerome McCray - ‘77 Mrs. Novella Woodard McNeill - ‘48 Rev. William W. McNeill - ‘48 Mr. William S. Moore - ‘65 Mrs. Laura Odom Ms. Nancy D. Osborne - ‘71 Mr. J. Donald Parris - ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Dwight F. Patterson, Jr. Dr. Charles H. Peebles, Jr. - ‘43 Mr. Otho S. Pool, Sr. - ‘36 Rev. Samuel H. Poston - ‘51 Mrs. Sarah Abernathy Poston Ms. Mary C. Price - ‘78 Mrs. Sara F. Murray Purser Mr. Kenneth R. Roach - ‘90 Mr. Conrad N. Robertson - ‘53 Mr. M. Franklin Sanders - ‘75
Mr. Stephen P. Silver - ‘72 Mrs. Valerie B. Silver - ‘72 Mr. Gregory D. Sparkman - ‘79 Rev. and Mrs. Robert G. Strother Mr. D. Nelson Swofford - ‘72 Mr. Donald E. Tate - ‘66 Mr. G. Eugene Taylor - ‘75 Mr. George H. Thomason Mr. Fletcher D. Thompson - ‘41 Mrs. Ruth D. Thompson - ‘42 Mrs. Mary Walsh Dr. Robert D. Warren - ‘41 Rev. James O. Watson - ‘34 Mr. Timothy Welker Mr. M. Scott Willis, Sr. - ‘38 Mr. Darryl E. Windham - ‘43 Rev. Patricia S. Wood - ‘60
2004 Gifts Made in Honor of Spartanburg Methodist College’s Alumni and Friends Those being honored are in bold. Mr. Cecil “Sandy” Abrams Rev. D. Mitchell Houston Lynn George Addy and Mike Addy Mrs. Sam A. George Mrs. Mae Young Allen – for 65th Wedding Anniversary and her 89th Birthday Mr. Edgar L. Allen Mr. Edgar L. Allen – for 65th Wedding Anniversary and his 89th Birthday Mrs. Mae Young Allen Atkins-Miller Family Mrs. Barbara Walters “Bea” Smith Mr. Vic Bailey, Jr. Mr. W. Sterling Anderson Bill and Lib Bowers James Phillip and Marsha B. Bowers Rev. Joe Brown Rev. Hazel Bennett
Rev. and Mrs. Michael E. Bowers Rev. and Mrs. David A. Clyburn, Jr. Rev. and Mrs. William W. McNeill Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Monroe Spartanburg Methodist College Mr. John Burkhalter Ms. Lois B. Burkhalter Mr. Briggs Byars Mr. Kenneth G. Byars Drs. Katherine and Marvin Cann Mr. John S. Benfield Class of 1962 Members Rev. and Mrs. Quay W. Adams Class of 1942 Members Rev. Grace Powell Hunt Class of 1948 Members Mr. Edward T. Hinson Class of 1964 Members Mr. Ralph C. Driggers, Jr. Class of 1944 Members Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Blackmon Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeLapp Dr. Katherine D. Cann Mrs. Miranda DiMarco and the SMC Singers Buncombe St. UMC Clemson United Methodist Church Mr. Norris Dockins/Ms. Jean Willingham Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Ivester Mr. William Stuart Duncan Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson Dr. Edgar H. Ellis, Jr. LCDR David H. Zoellner JAGC, USN RT John and Will Emerson Bill and Mary Frances Lee Cantrell Dr. and Mrs. George D. Fields, Jr. Mrs. Elaine Fields Bermudez Dr. George D. Fields, Jr. Mrs. H. W. Haraway Mr. and Mrs. W. Terry Stephenson Mrs. Elvie Rowland Fricks - my Mother, on her 91st Birthday, Feb. 19, 2004 Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. James L. Geddis Mr. Lewis A. Lynch, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Wilkerson Ms. Olivia L. Gibboney Ms. Betty S. Griffin Rev. and Mrs. James O. Gilliam, Jr. Mrs. Lillian Catoe Galloway Ms. Betty S. Griffin Rev. Susan A. Bennett Mrs. Joe Ann Lever
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 Ms. Sarah S. Miller Ms. Elaine W. Poovey Mrs. Ira J. Snead Mr. John S. Benfield Dr. Katherine D. Cann Ms. Ann Payne Howard Rev. James A. Grigsby Ms. Rose M. Thompson Dr. and Mrs. Friedrich V. Wenz Dr. and Mrs. G. David Heatherly Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Lansberry Ms. Nan G. Maddux Ms. Elaine W. Poovey Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Wilkerson Ms. Elsie R. Wright Ms. Eugenia Hooker Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Hamby Ms. Kathy Hothem Ms. Betty S. Griffin Rev. Roberta Brown Josey Ms. Sarah Nash Wilson Mr. Daniel Keiger Mr. and Mrs. James A. Keiger Rev. Thomas A. Kruchkow Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Kruchkow Mrs. Blair LaRocca Dr. Katherine D. Cann S. L. Love Mrs. Lorraine Love Buckwell Mr. and Mrs. Roger Luther, Cora and Drew Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Mark Marsh, Kelly and Reagan Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Ms. Derenda Marshall Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. Camron Martin Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Martin Mrs. Lucy Miller Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Pruitt Rev. Jean O. Osborne, SMC Board of Trustees First UMC – Myrtle Beach Ms. Audrey Elizabeth Parris, born Sept. 30, 2004 Mr. J. Donald Parris Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Phillips, Brandon and Kasey Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mrs. Martha Reece Reaves Mrs. Elsie Collins Vaught Ms. Whitney Rhodes, my Granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Rhodes
Ms. Whitney Rhodes Ms. Arlene Virginia Will Mrs. Patsy Simmons Dr. Katherine D. Cann Spartanburg Methodist College Mr. and Mrs. W. Terry Stephenson Coach John Smoak Mr. Jimmy C. Graham Mrs. Selene Giles Rivers Terry and Raylene Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCullough Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Wilkerson Dr. Katherine D. Cann Dr. Charles P. Teague BB&T Mr. and Mrs. W. Terry Stephenson Ms. Mary McLeod Thomas Dr. Marilynn Hayes McLeod Mr. Fletcher D. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. William Grady Stewart Fletcher and Ruth Thompson Mrs. Virginia L. Hughes Rev. Ken Timmerman Rev. Jean O. Osborne Rev. D. Mitchell Houston Campion Whelchel Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mrs. Tiffany H. Whittle, our first Wedding Anniversary Mr. Wesley T. Whittle Mr. Wesley T. Whittle, our first Wedding Anniversary Mrs. Tiffany H. Whittle Mr. Jonathan Mark Wilkins, Grandson Wilkins Opticians Mr. Allen Bruce Williams Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Yandle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Middleton Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Eric Yandle Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Yandle, III Mr. and Mrs. W. Terry Stephenson Rev. and Mrs. John Younginer, Jr. Rev. and Mrs. Clarence D. Williams
Gifts made in memory of Alumni and Friends
Those being remembered are in bold. Mr. William G. Abernathy Mrs. Sarah Abernathy Poston Mr. Edgar Allen Mrs. Lillian C. Mooneyham Ammons Family Deceased Members Mr. and Mrs. W. Terry Stephenson Mrs. Jean C. Anderson (19282001) Rev. L. Porter Anderson Rev. William E. Andrews Dr. and Mrs. Ira E. Bell, III Mr. and Mrs. T. Paul Starnes, Jr. Mrs. Elizabeth Moss Arthur Mr. Horace B. Arthur Mrs. Debra Lynn Chambers Baker Mr. and Mrs. Alvin A. Chambers Earl and Debra Chambers Baker Mr. Randall K. Chambers Mrs. Grace Ball Mrs. Pamela Parker Ponder Mr. and Mrs. John L. Steele, Jr. Whitlock Junior High School Dr. Katherine D. Cann Mrs. Jenny Dunn Dr. and Mrs. Friedrich V. Wenz Mrs. Woodman Barrett Dr. and Mrs. George D. Fields, Jr. Mr. Christopher M. Bolliger Mrs. Beverly Marsh Luther Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. J. R. Bonner Mrs. Alice Bonner Greene James Phillip and Marsha B. Bowers Lou Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Momier Mrs. Mary Gault Smith Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher D. Thompson Ms. Sophie Brannon Mr. James E. Brannon Mr. Phil Buchheit Golbsboro News-Argus Herman Bull Mr. Cecil D. Bishop
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Mr. Bobby Ansel Calvert Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Dr. David English Camak Mrs. Blair C. LaRocca Rev. and Mrs. A. Eugene Eaddy Rev. Hazel Bennett Rev. and Mrs. Michael E. Bowers Rev. and Mrs. David A. Clyburn, Jr. Rev. and Mrs. William W. McNeill Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Monroe Spartanburg Methodist College Mr. Walt Campbell Ms. Betty S. Griffin Ms. Janet E. Wilson Mr. J. T. Carroll Mrs. Barbara Trincher Watkins Mr. Harold R. Carter Mrs. Sara C. Carter Dean A. G. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Jamerson Mrs. Harriet J. Case Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. Jack Casey Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Dr. and Mrs. William P. Cavin (Martha Duckworth Cavin) Dr. Eugene P. Rutledge Rev. Floyd Vernon Chandler, Jr. Rev. F. Vernon Chandler, III Cay Christopher York Soil & Water Conservation District Class of 1962 Deceased Members Rev. and Mrs. Quay W. Adams Class of 1942 Deceased Members Rev. Grace Powell Hunt Class of 1948 Deceased Members Mr. Edward T. Hinson Class of 1964 Deceased Members Mr. Ralph C. Driggers, Jr. Class of 1944 Deceased Members Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Blackmon Rev. David A. and Mrs. Loula B. Clyburn Dr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Minus
Rev. David A. Clyburn, Sr. Rev. and Mrs. David A. Clyburn, Jr. Mr. Olin Crenshaw Mrs. Mary Louise Crenshaw Watts Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Cross, Sr. Mr. Joseph Russell Cross, Jr. Mrs. Olga George Darden Mrs. Sam A. George Vassey Davidson Mr. Cecil D. Bishop Vassey Davison, Class of ‘41 Mr. and Mrs. Ray P. Lybrand Ms. Sue Dickson Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mrs. Iris Clardy and Ms. Loraine Ellis Mr. and Mrs. J. Randal Lee Dr. Charlotte Lindler Ellis Dr. Edgar H. Ellis, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. T. Reginald Thackston Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher D. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Runnion Mrs. Louise Kyzer McBride Ms. Rachel Scurry Mr. Fred M. Epting Mrs. Fred M. Epting Rev. Thomas Mays Evatt Mr. and Mrs. Wade R. Crow Mr. Thomas Mays Evatt, my Son Rev. Thomas F. Evatt Mr. John Feagan Mr. Jerry D. Parris Fields Family Deceased Members Mr. and Mrs. W. Terry Stephenson Ms. Jessica Meagan Fine Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. Vernon Foster Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Thompson Mr. Thomas Clarence Fricks/ Mrs. Velma F. Bruce Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Preston A. Gardner Miss J. Kathryn Gardner Mr. Lloyd Gardner (Mellnee Buchheit’s Father) Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. Kenneth Geddis Dr. and Mrs. Friedrich V. Wenz Dr. and Mrs. Paul S. Lofton Dr. Katherine D. Cann Mrs. Jenny Dunn Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mrs. Suzanne Greene Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. Lemuel A. Grier, Jr. Honorable Clyde H. Hamilton Mrs. Betty Gregg Black Mrs. Kathleen Hartzog Ms. Janet E. Wilson Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh
A. Heniford Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson Mr. John Webster Henry Mrs. Miriam Smoak Henry Major John B. Lee, III Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moss Dr. Paul Holcomb Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Ms. Anna Susan Hollifield (1970) Mrs. Doris Anderson Hollifield Mrs. Ann Hooker Ms. Betty S. Griffin Dr. Katherine D. Cann Dr. and Mrs. Friedrich V. Wenz Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Ms. Janet E. Wilson Honorable J. Edgar Hoover Former Agents of the FBI Mrs. Connie B. Howard Mr. Raymond B. Howard Tavaris Q. Howze Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. Brent Hughes Mrs. Virginia L. Hughes Mr. James W. Jack Mrs. Elizabeth S. Jack Mrs. Elizabeth Jack Mr. Coleman Kelly Mrs. Catherine Kelly Teal Bizzan King Bishop Mr. Cecil D. Bishop Dr. James A. Knight, Jr. Mrs. Marian K. Knight Mr. Gerald Koon Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Ms. Edith Ray Lackey Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. Sean Lanford Dr. Katherine D. Cann Ms. Janet E. Wilson Rev. Michael B. and Nita B. Lee Mr. Michael B. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Joel Mills Ms. Gloria A. Lewis Bruce, Jayne and Mike Williams Mr. Oscar Liesemeyer, Jenny Dunn’s Father Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Dr. and Mrs. Paul S. Lofton, Jr. Broadus and Evelyn Littlejohn Broadus and Evelyn Littlejohn Foundation Mrs. Eva Littlejohn, Elizabeth Carree’s Mother Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh P. J. Love Mrs. Lorraine Love Buckwell Mr. James Magher Mrs. Ruth Magher Mr. Lamar Glenn Marsh/ Heddric and Minnie Janie Marsh Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 Mrs. Elise Martinez Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mrs. Josephine McCray Dr. Katherine D. Cann Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Parents of Renee Tomonya McKenzie Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mr. Robert Perry McLendon Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Ms. Margaret Ballew McMahan (died Feb. 20, 2004) Mr. X. L. McMahan Mr. Franklin and Mrs. Mary McMeekin Rev. and Mrs. David A. Clyburn, Jr. Mr. Gene McTeer Ms. Janet E. Wilson Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Professor Norma Jean Miller Ms. Margaret M. Hausman Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Anderson Ms. Kim Ivan Moody Mr. Cecil Moody Coach C. B. “Slim” Mooneyham Mr. Ray E. Petty Trinity UMC Trinity UM Church/John Nicholson Class Mr. and Mrs. William Grady Stewart Mr. William T. McElveen, Sr. Mrs. Lillian C. Mooneyham Mr. Hoyle Edwards Mr. Ray E. Petty Mr. Tyrus R. Wood Ms. Elizabeth Moore Dr. and Mrs. Paul S. Lofton, Jr. Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Rev. John Murray Mrs. Sara F. Murray Purser Rev. Dr. John V. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rice Mr. Cliff Odom Mrs. Laura Odom L. Pennywitt Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson Mrs. Bernice Champion Philbeck Dr. Katherine D. Cann Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh SMC Financial Aid/Admissions Offices Mr. and Mrs. Keith E. Haynes Mr. Thomas L. Prince Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Peeler Mr. Michael Shane Pruitt Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Pruitt Mrs. Brenda Faye Dean Pruitt Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Ms. Hazel Ramsey Mrs. Ruby Calvert Dodd H. Reeves Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson Mrs. Mae Ackerman Riley Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Quatannens Dr. and Mrs. Friedrich V. Wenz
Mr. and Mrs. Bill G. Bowers, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Paul S. Lofton Dr. Katherine D. Cann Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mrs. Mae A. Riley, my Grandmother Mr. Michael N. Bowers Mr. Terry Roper Mrs. Edith Johnson Roper Ms. Helen Bishop Seay Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher D. Thompson Ms. Agnes Brown Sill Ms. Bethany S. Cecil Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Smith Ms. Barbara L. Smith Rev. W. Harold Smith Mrs. Mary Gault Smith Coach John Smoak Dr. and Mrs. George D. Fields, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Barrett Mrs. Miriam Smoak Henry Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Dr. and Mrs. James S. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carroll Lister, Flynn & Kelly, P.A. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moss Dr. and Mrs. Talmage B. Skinner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher D. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Abram W. Stewart Rev. and Mrs. Samuel H. Poston Mrs. Marguerite Stillwell Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mrs. Margaret Swygert York Soil & Water Conservation District Mr. Henry H. (Lefty) Taylor Mrs. Louise B. Taylor Mr. T. Harry Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher D. Thompson Mr. Joe Terry Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Momier Mrs. Josephine Alexander and Paul Calvert Thomas The Bain Foundation Ms. Pamela Faith Thompson Rev. and Mrs. Roger E. Thompson SMC Board of Trustees Dr. and Mrs. Charles P. Teague Ray Walton Mr. Cecil D. Bishop Ms. Dorcas Waugh Mrs. Sandra Ramsey Davis Ms. Merle Anne Stockman Whalen Mrs. Sharon Stockman Jones Johnnie Whetstone, Class of 1954 Mr. Hoyle Edwards Mr. James R. Whitehead, my Father Ms. Anita Redman Mr. W. B. Wilkerson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marion C. Chandler
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Wilkerson Mr. Douglas G. Wilkerson Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Senn Mrs. Sandra Murray Williams Mrs. Vera Jayne Fricks Marsh Mrs. Louise Ambos Wood York Soil & Water Conservation District
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Companies and individuals listed below have given to the College through the South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities. Lynette L. Allston Alwinell Foundation Joe M. Anderson, Jr. The Arkwright Foundation Atlantic Coast Life Insurance The Bailey Foundation Bank of America The Bank of South Carolina The Barnet Foundation Trust BellSouth Charlotte L. Berry Paula Harper Bethea Blue Cross Blue Shield of S.C. George J. Bullwinkel James E. Byrd, Jr. Darrell Campbell John L. Carson Ken and Beth Caudle Central Carolina Bank Coca-Cola Foundation Colliers Keenan, Inc. Colonial Supplemental Insurance Lee and Cokey Cory
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County Bank Foundation Virginia L. Crocker Cryovac-Sealed Air Corporation Dargan Foundation B. James Dawson Diamond Hill Plywood Company The Dickson Foundation Fred F. DuBard, III Fred F. DuBard, Jr. DuBard, Inc. Duke Energy Foundation Elliott Davis, LLC David G. Ellison James B. Epting Philip L. Van Every Foundation Elaine T. Freeman Gold Kist Foundation Nancy O. Gray Gregg-Graniteville Foundation Walter R. Griffin John V. Griffith Hamrick Mills Foundation, Inc. Hartness International Charitable Fund Gordon R. and Sarah G. Herring Fund A. Thomas Hood Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. J. Thomas Johnson Jolley Foundation Kohler Company The Lance Foundation J. Wayne Landrith Hugh C. Lane, Jr. Hugh C. Lane, Sr. Mills B. Lane Memorial Foundation Liberty Corporation Foundation John F. Lomax Malloy Foundation Earl L. Mayo, Jr. McNair Law Firm Mead/Westvaco B.C. Moore & Sons, Inc. George W. Murray Nationwide Foundation Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. Noland Company Norfolk Southern Foundation Orders Distributing Company, Inc. Elizabeth J. Patterson Piedmont Natural Gas Company The Post and Courier Foundation John C. Ramsey Luns C. Richardson C. F. Sauer Company SCANA/SCE&G Minor M. Shaw David E. Shi
A.O. Smith Foundation, Inc. Sodexho, Inc. and Affiliates Sonoco Products Company Southeastern Freight Lines, Inc. Spartanburg Automotive, Inc. David J. Spittal David H. Swinton Joe E. Taylor, Jr. Charles P. Teague Henry N. Tisdale Brenda S. Torrence UPS Foundation Voridian Vulcan Materials Company Wachovia Foundation Evans P. Whitaker WIS-Television/Liberty Corporation Foundation Charles E. Young Mitchell M. Zais
State Farm Companies Foundation StorageTek Foundation Tyco Electronics Foundation The UPS Foundation, Inc. Wyeth-Committee for Aid to Education/Hospitals
Scholarship Fund Donors The William E. Andrews Endowed Scholarship Dr. and Mrs. Ira E. Bell, III Mr. and Mrs. T. Paul Starnes, Jr. The Atkins-Miller Family Endowed Scholarship Mrs. Lucile Atkins Miller - ‘49 Ms. Barbara Walters Smith Ms. Louise Atkins - ‘49 The V. C. Bailey, Jr. Honorary Endowed Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. W. Sterling Anderson The Bill G., Sr. and Elizabeth F. Bowers Endowed Scholarship James Phillip & Marsha B. Bowers Mr. and Mrs. Bill G. Bowers, Sr. Mrs. Ella Mae Ackerman Bowers - ‘72 Rev. Michael E. Bowers - ‘74 The Duke Energy Foundation
Matching Gift Companies Bank of America BellSouth Matching Gift Center The Clorox Company Foundation CNA Foundation R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company The Duke Energy Foundation Exxon Education Foundation Guardian Life Insurance Company of America JM Smith Foundation Johns Manville Fund, Inc. Metropolitan Life Foundation Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Milliken and Company Scottish Rite of Freemasonry Sonoco Foundation
The Michael E. and Ella Mae Ackerman Bowers Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Bill G. Bowers, Sr. Mr. Michael N. Bowers Mrs. Ella Mae Ackerman Bowers - ‘72 Rev. Michael E. Bowers - ‘74 The Sophie S. Brannon Endowed Scholarship Mr. James E. Brannon - ‘44 The Jean Casey Brittain Endowed Scholarship Mrs. Jean Casey Brittain - ‘47 The Buchheit Family Scholarship Dr. Katherine D. Cann The David English Camak Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. LaRocca
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Monroe Mrs. Blair C. LaRocca Mrs. Ella Mae Ackerman Bowers - ‘72 Mrs. Louise Foster Mrs. Novella Woodard McNeill - ‘48 Rev. and Mrs. A. Eugene Eaddy Rev. and Mrs. David A. Clyburn, Jr. Rev. Hazel Bennett Rev. Michael E. Bowers - ‘74 Rev. William W. McNeill - ‘48 SMC Development Office The A. G. Carter Endowed Scholarship Dr. Katherine D. Cann Mr. Ralph D. Moore, Jr. - ‘79 Ms. Ruth S. Henry - ‘88 The Paul and Joy Carter Endowed Scholarship Mr. Brooks Carter - ‘83 Mr. W. Carl Smith The Martha Duckworth Cavin Endowed Scholarship Dr. Eugene P. Rutledge - ‘43 The Debra Chambers Baker Endowed Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Alvin A. Chambers Mr. Randall K. Chambers The Chesterfield County Endowed Scholarship B. C. Moore & Sons, Inc. Mr. James C. Crawford, Jr. The Malloy Foundation The Class of 1941 Endowed Scholarship Mr. Cecil D. Bishop - ‘41 Mr. Ed T. Rogers - ‘40 Mr. Fletcher D. Thompson - ‘41 Mr. Joseph S. Momier - ‘41 Mr. Ray P. Lybrand - ‘41 Mrs. Edna S. Lybrand - ‘42 Mrs. Lillian B. Rogers - ‘41 Mrs. Mary Gault Smith - ‘41 Mrs. Ruth D. Thompson - ‘42 Mrs. Virl M. Momier - ‘41 The Class of 1943 Endowed Scholarship Mrs. Faye Nix Jay - ‘43 The Class of 1948 Endowed Scholarship Mrs. Goldie Sprouse Bryant - ‘48 The Class of 1990 Endowed Scholarship CR Insurance Co., Inc. Mr. Kenneth R. Roach - ‘90 Mr. Robby L. Cook - ‘90
The David A. Clyburn, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Dr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Minus Rev. and Mrs. David A. Clyburn, Jr. The Dr. Vergene Colloms Endowed Music Scholarship Ms. Ruth S. Henry - ‘88 The Cook and Roach Endowed Scholarship CR Insurance Co., Inc. Mr. Kenneth Crenshaw Mr. Kenneth R. Roach - ‘90 Mr. Robby L. Cook - ‘90 Mr. William D. Fortenberry - ‘81 The Olin Crenshaw Athletic Scholarship Mrs. Mary Louise Watts The Olga George Darden Memorial Scholarship Mrs. Sam A. George The Iris Clardy and Loraine Ellis Memorial Endowed Scholarship Dr. Charlotte Lindler Ellis Dr. Edgar H. Ellis, Jr. - ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. J. Randal Lee Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Runnion Mr. and Mrs. T. Reginald Thackston Mr. Harold D. Thompson - ‘59 Mrs. Catherine H. Thompson - ‘56 Mrs. Louise Kyzer McBride - ‘46 Mrs. Nettie Rothrock Gentry - ‘57 Ms. Rachel Scurry Wyeth-Committee for Aid to Education/Hospitals The Thomas Evatt Endowed Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Wade R. Crow Rev. Thomas F. Evatt The Fields-Ammons Scholarship Dr. and Mrs. Sidney T. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. W. Terry Stephenson Mrs. Elaine F. Bermudez The J.L. Geddis Endowed Scholarship Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Wilkerson Mr. James L. Geddis - ‘59 Mrs. Jenny Dunn The Rev. John W. Hipp - ‘73 The Mary Lynn Blake Gosa Memorial Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson Mr. Daniel L. Philbeck - ‘74 Mr. William D. Fortenberry - ‘81 Mrs. Deborah C. Philbeck - ‘73 Ms. Ruth S. Henry - ‘88
The Betty Griffin Endowed Scholarship Dr. and Mrs. Friedrich V. Wenz Dr. and Mrs. G. David Heatherly Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Wilkerson Dr. Katherine D. Cann Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Lansberry Mr. John S. Benfield - ‘76 Mr. Zerno E. Martin Jr. Mrs. Ira J. Snead Ms. Ann Payne Howard Ms. Betty S. Griffin Ms. Elaine W. Poovey Ms. Emily Lucy Martin Ms. Nan G. Maddux Ms. Rose M. Thompson Ms. Ruth S. Henry - ‘88 Ms. Sarah S. Miller Rev. James A. Grigsby Susan A. Bennett, D. Min. The Spartanburg County Foundation The R. C. Griffith, Sr. Scholarship Rev. James A. Grigsby The John Webster Henry Memorial Scholarship Mr. Charles E. Moss - ‘76 Mrs. Miriam Smoak Henry - ‘80 The Marvis and Pat Henry Family Endowed Scholarship Mr. John P. Henry - ‘64 Mrs. Marvis W. Henry - ‘63 The J. Edgar Hoover Memorial Scholarship Former Agents of the FBI Mr. and Mrs. Bertil W. Rolander Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Conroy Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Belk Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Schaaf Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Brunner Mr. Fletcher D. Thompson - ‘41 Mr. Joe P. Parker Mr. John F. McCormack Mr. John W. Steele Mr. Raymond P. Barry Mrs. Ruth D. Thompson - ‘42 Mrs. Ruth Magher Mrs. Virginia L. Hughes Scottish Rite of Freemasonry The Connie B. Howard Endowed Scholarship Mr. Raymond B. Howard - ‘56 The A.V. and Margaret Wannamaker Huff Faculy Endowment Dr. and Mrs. A. V. Huff, Jr.
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The Olin D. Johnston Endowed Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Dwight F. Patterson, Jr. The William B. Kerfoot Scholarship Dr. and Mrs. William W. Kerfoot The Liz Kuhn Endowed Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Billy W. Wood Mr. and Mrs. David F. Nantz Mrs. Eugenia Hattaway Bishop - ‘29 Mrs. Sherrill Hege King Ms. Dorothy S. Jolley Ms. Peggy McCallister Ms. Win Thomason The Michael B. and Nita B. Lee Endowed Scholarship Bill and Mary Frances Lee Cantrell - ‘58 Mr. Michael B. Lee - ‘62 Mrs. Shirley Baker Mills - ‘52 N.Y. Community Trust/ The Barns Fund The Broadus Littlejohn Scholarship Broadus & Evelyn Littlejohn Foundation
The Sam and Bobbie Poston Endowed Scholarship Rev. Samuel H. Poston - ‘51 The John and Jim Ramsey Endowed Scholarship Diamond Hill Plywood Co. The Agnes Brown Sill Memorial Scholarship Ms. Bethany S. Cecil The Patsy Tinsley Simmons Endowed Scholarship Dr. and Mrs. John W. Simmons The John McMahon Smoak Memorial Scholarship Dr. and Mrs. George D. Fields, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. James S. Barrett Lister Flynn & Kelly, P.A. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carroll Mr. Charles E. Moss - ‘76 Mr. Fletcher D. Thompson - ‘41 Mrs. Miriam Smoak Henry - ‘80 Mrs. Ruth D. Thompson - ‘42 The O. D. Sparkman Endowed Scholarship Metropolitan Life Foundation Mr. Gregory D. Sparkman - ‘79 The H.B. Sparrow Scholarship Mr. J. Wesley Sparrow, Jr. - ‘78
The Thomas C. Littlejohn, Sr. Family Scholarship Coveney-Little John Farm, Inc. Dr. Oliver M. Littlejohn - ‘42
The Paul K. and Louise H. Starnes Endowed Scholarship Exxon Education Foundation Mrs. Louise Hart Starnes - ‘40
The Phil Lynn Endowed Scholarship Mr. Maxcy C. Lynn, Sr.
The W. Terry and G. Raylene Stephenson Scholarship Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Wilkerson Dr. Katherine D. Cann Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCullough Mr. and Mrs. John L. Steele, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. Terry Stephenson Mrs. Jenny Dunn Mrs. Pamela P. Ponder - ‘89 Whitlock Junior High School
The Franklin and Mary McMeekin Memorial Scholarship Rev. and Mrs. David A. Clyburn, Jr. The Bill and Novella McNeill Endowed Scholarship Edward and Beth McNeill Marks, Jr. Mrs. Novella Woodard McNeill - ‘48 Rev. William W. McNeill - ‘48 The C. B. “Slim” Mooneyham Memorial Scholarship Mrs. Lillian C. Mooneyham Trinity UMC - John Nicholson Class The Kim Ivan Moody Memorial Scholarship Mrs. Cecil Moody The John V. and Sara F. Murray Endowed Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rice
The Josephine Alexander and Paul Calvert Thomas Memorial Scholarship The Bain Foundation The Fletcher and Ruth D. Thompson Scholarship Mr. Fletcher D. Thompson - ‘41 Mrs. Ruth D. Thompson - ‘42 The Dr. Robert D. Warren Endowed Scholarship Dr. Robert D. Warren - ‘41
The W. B. Wilkerson, Jr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Senn Mr. and Mrs. Marion C. Chandler Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Wilkerson Mr. Douglas G. Wilkerson The Duke Energy Foundation York Soil & Water Conservation District
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Scholarship Named For Former PIONEERS Coach
Coach Smoak in the early 70s during a Men’s Basketball game at the current Moore Athletic Activities Building. Back then, the facility was nicknamed the “Smoak House.”
lthough former SMC Head Basketball Coach John McMahon Smoak passed away last fall, a scholarship in his memory will ensure that future generations of student-athletes will become winners.
According to Mike Bowers, SMC Director of Gift Planning, Smoak was the kind of person who left an impression on hundreds of student-athletes during his dozen years of coaching. He also achieved an overall coaching career mark of 301 wins and only 148 losses, and 205 wins over 127 losses with the Pioneers. Under Smoak, the Pioneers also advanced to the NJCAA Regional Tournament three times. Bowers said Smoak brought a wealth of experience to SMC as a coach and educator who also served his country as a Tank Company Commander in the U.S. Army’s 2nd Armored Division in Germany. Family and friends are establishing the John McMahon Smoak Memorial Scholarship at SMC, and are seeking contributors. Bowers expects that the fund will reach the minimum level of $10,000 in time for the College to issue scholarship assistance as early as the fall of 2005. The SMC Board of Trustees has agreed to match, from general endowment, every dollar contributed once the fund balance reaches $5,000. They will continue to match contributions until the total contributed to the fund reaches $10,000. The goal is that the fund would reach $100,000 in five years. For more information, contact the Office of Institutional Advancement, Spartanburg Methodist College, 1000 Powell Mill Road, Spartanburg, SC 29301, telephone (864) 587-4295, or e-mail email@example.com.
Trey Alexander, Mark Lee, Morgan McCoy, Cee Jay Hamilton, and Alonso Azumendi catch up on each other's day outside Charles P. Hammond Hall.
Join many alums and other SMC friends who have left their mark on a growing campus by ordering a brick in our Walk of Memories. Add your name and class year, remember a classmate, honor your parents or a favorite professor. The cost of each brick is $100. If you are interested, contact Leah L. Pruitt, Director of Alumni Relations, at (864) 587-4225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The endowment program of Spartanburg Methodist College is made possible through the generous gifts and bequests of alumni and friends. The following are endowed scholarships that are available to deserving young men and women wishing to acquire an education at SMC: The Warren H. Abernathy Americanism Scholarship The Aiken Family Endowed Scholarship The William E. Andrews Endowed Scholarship The Atkins/Miller Family Endowed Scholarship The V. C. “Vic” Bailey, Jr. Honorary Scholarship The Jesse Rutledge Baker Memorial Scholarship The Earl and Debra Chambers Baker Memorial Scholarship The Ballenger Family Scholarship The James L. Belin Endowed Scholarship The Paul Black Memorial Scholarship The Anna M. Bock Endowed Scholarship The Bill G., Sr. and Elizabeth F. Bowers Endowed Scholarship The Sophie S. Brannon Endowed Scholarship The Walter J. Brown Memorial Scholarship The Buchheit Family Scholarship
The George Ernest Burwell Memorial Endowed Scholarship The David English Camak Scholarship The Jule K. and DeArmond E. Canaday Endowed Scholarship The A.G. Carter Endowed Scholarship The Paul D. and Joy W. Carter Endowed Scholarship The Case-Gaul Athletic Scholarship The Martha Duckworth Cavin Endowed Scholarship The Chesterfield County Endowed Scholarship The Class of 1938 Endowed Scholarship The Class of 1941 Endowed Scholarship The Class of 1948 Endowed Scholarship The David A. Clyburn, Sr. Memorial Scholarship The Lewis M. Clyburn Scholarship The Brooks and Virginia Connor Scholarship The Crenshaw Athletic Scholarship The Olga George Darden Memorial Scholarship The Bishop Cyrus Dawsey Scholarship The Martha L. Dockins and Freshman Class of 1947 Memorial Endowed Scholarship The Gaynelle Doty Endowed Scholarship The Ellenburg Family Athletic Scholarship
The Iris Clardy Ellis and Loraine Ellis Memorial Scholarship The Thomas F. Evatt Endowed Scholarship The Dr. John S. Featherston Endowed Scholarship The Fields-Ammons Scholarship The Emily McEachern Fincher Endowed Scholarship Fund The A. Mickey Fisher Endowed Scholarship The Alex & Clara Foster Scholarship The Don Foster Endowed Scholarship The W. Neal Freeman Memorial Athletic Scholarship The J. L. Geddis Honorary Endowed Scholarship The Brunson George Scholarship The Mary Lynn Gosa Memorial Scholarship The Marion Rhett Gramling Scholarship The Lemuel A. Grier, Sr. Endowed Scholarship The Betty S. Griffin Endowed Scholarship The R. C. Griffith Endowed Scholarship The Dr. John Guthrie Endowed Scholarship The John Webster Henry Memorial Scholarship The Marvis & John P. Henry Family Scholarship The J. Edgar Hoover Memorial Scholarship The Horry County Endowed Scholarship
The Connie B. Howard Endowed Scholarship The Feltham S. James Scholarship The Olin D. Johnston Endowed Scholarship The Doris Adair Howe Kilkuskie Memorial Scholarship The William R. Kinnett Endowed Scholarship The Liz Kuhn Endowed Scholarship The Lancaster County, Fort Mill, Chester, Lyman, Duncan, Wellford Townships Endowed Scholarship The Michael B. & Nita B. Lee Scholarship The Broadus R. Littlejohn, Sr., Scholarship The Thomas C. Littlejohn, Sr., Family Scholarship The Dr. Roberta Lovelace Scholarship The Hawley B. Lynn Memorial Scholarship The Rephilla H. (Phil) ` Lynn Memorial Scholarship The Thomas E. Mabry Endowed Scholarship The Franklin & Mary McMeekin Memorial Scholarship The Bill & Novella McNeill Endowed Scholarship Memorial Endowment for Merit & Need Scholarship Memorial Endowment for Scholarship to Ministerial & Full-Time Christian Vocations Students The Milliken Honors Scholarship The Walter S. Montgomery Memorial Scholarship
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 The Kim Ivan Moody Memorial Scholarship The C. B. “Slim” Mooneyham Memorial Scholarship The Virgilia C. Moore Endowed Scholarship The Mr. & Mrs. M.A. “Brick” Morris Scholarship The John & Sara Murray Endowed Scholarship The Mary Neeley Scholarship The Lois & Mike O’Kelley Athletic Scholarship The J. C. Paddock Scholarship The Vera Davis Parsons Scholarship The George and Laura Patterson Endowed Scholarship The Mae H. Purcell Memorial Scholarship The Victor M. Ross Memorial Scholarship The Mark M. Shook Endowed Scholarship The Agnes Brown Sill Endowed Scholarship The Isbel Lane Sisk & J. Kelly Sisk Greenville County Endowed Scholarship The H. Booker Sparrow Memorial Scholarship The Glenn & Mary Stables Scholarship The Paul K. and Louise H. Starnes Endowed Scholarship The Walter Terry and Gloria Raylene Stephenson Endowed Scholarship The Ralph Albert & Beatrice Suttle Endowed Scholarship The Lois Neal Tennent Endowed Scholarship The Josephine Alexander & Paul Calvert Thomas Memorial Scholarship Fletcher D. Thompson & Ruth Deloache Thompson Scholarship Fund The John B. Thompson Scholarship William L. Thompson, Jr.
Memorial Endowment Scholarship The Benjamin R. Turner Memorial Scholarship The General Harry M. Arthur Union County Scholarship The United Methodist Women Scholarship The Robert D. Warren Endowed Scholarship The Eila Jones-Dorcas Waugh Endowed Scholarship The Western North Carolina Endowed Scholarship The W. B. Wilkerson Family Scholarship The W. B. Wilkerson, Jr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship The John A. & Harriet Witherspoon Memorial Scholarship The York County Endowed Scholarship
Hill Music Program Scholarship The Treva Jenkins Endowed Honors Scholarship The William B. Kerfoot Memorial Scholarship The Dr. H. Lester Kingman Memorial Scholarship The Marlboro County Endowed Scholarship The Cliff and Laura Odom Endowed Scholarship The Sam and Bobbie Poston Endowed Scholarship The John and Jim Ramsey Endowed Scholarship The Patsy Tinsley Simmons Endowed Scholarship The John McMahon Smoak Memorial Scholarship The O. D. Sparkman Honorary Endowed Scholarship The Sumter County Scholarship The Gladys and Norman Suttles Endowed Scholarship The Swofford Family Endowed Scholarship The James O. and Lois P. Watson Endowed Scholarship
Developing Endowed Scholarships:
The Michael E. Bowers and Ella Mae Ackerman Bowers Endowed Scholarship The Jean Casey Brittain Scholarship The Thelma Kaiser Brooks Endowed Scholarship The Weldon M. Cash Family Endowed Scholarship The Class of 1943 Endowed Scholarship The Class of 1990 Endowed Scholarship The Dr. Vergene Colloms Endowed Music Scholarship The Robby Cook and Ken Roach Endowed Scholarship The Martha L. Dockins and Hassie D. Campbell Memorial Endowed Scholarship The Ashley Gosa Endowed Honors Scholarship The Bonnie and John Q.
Spartanburg Methodist College awards several academic scholarships of varying amounts to recent high school graduates on both a needs and merit basis: The Bailey Foundation Scholarship The Bank of America Scholarship The James L. Belin Annual Scholarship The Joseph B. Bethea Scholarship The DeArmond E. and Jule K. Canaday Scholarship The Ruth B. Caudle
Scholarship The Coca Cola First Generation Scholarship The Colonial Life Scholarship The Dantzler Scholarship The Ocie Floride Smith Dean Scholarship The Duke Power Company Scholarship The Fred M. and Sara W. Epting Scholarship The Gregg-Graniteville Annual Scholarship The LeRoy Moore Annual Scholarship The Ministerial Family Scholarships The Ministerial Scholarshps The National Methodist Scholarship The Olney Annual Educational Scholarship Piedmont Natural Gas Scholarship The Presidential Scholarship The Mary Connor Price Memorial Scholarship The Rotary Scholarship Saint Matthew United Methodist Church Scholarships The SCANA Corp./SCE&G Annual Scholarship The JM Smith Corporation Scholarship The Sonoco Products Company Annual Scholarship The Spartanburg County Foundation Scholarship The L. C. Turbeville Memorial Scholarship The United Methodist Foundation Scholars Program The UPS Annual Scholarship The Sallie Lybrand Ward Scholarship The Lettie Pate Whitehead Annual Scholarship
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TII Founder Recalls Military Neighbor
The Textile Industrial Institute, now known as Spartanburg Methodist College, moved several structures from nearby Camp Wadsworth after World War I. Pictured at left is the camp’s library, which was moved in pieces by students two miles to the campus. At right is a student and his family standing in front of a row of tents moved to the Institute’s campus for married student housing.
hen the United States entered World War I, the face of Spartanburg would soon be transformed by more than 30,000 troops who lived and trained at Camp Wadsworth before shipping off to Europe.
Today, almost nothing remains of the camp, which sat on land now bisected by Interstate 26 and occupied by Westgate Mall and the bustling commercial area along U.S. Highway 29.
“We found it difficult to teach patriotism and discourage courtship both at the same time,” recalled Camak in his manuscript. Daily bugle calls and columns of soldiers marching along the public road through the TII campus served as constant reminders to students, faculty and staff of the military presence. He noted that the soldiers visited the campus canteen, men’s dormitory, and would occasionally be found on top of a large mound of granite rubble overlooking the girl’s dormitory.
At the same time, the Textile Industrial Institute, located across the creek, felt the impact of the camp’s close proximity. Dr. David English Camak, who established the institute in 1911 and moved it to its current location shortly after that, wrote about those war years as part of an unpublished manuscript, “Singing Helps Win Battles.” Camak’s story, contributed by Dr. Katherine Davis Cann, professor of History at SMC, is featured in When the Soldiers Came to Town, the latest book to be published by the Hub City Writer’s Project. Shortly after the U.S. entered World War I in 1917, Camp Wadsworth was carved out of 2,000 acres of pine forests located west of Spartanburg.
Camak recalled a soldier who offered to marry one of the female students. “We referred him to the young lady’s parents,” he wrote. At Camak’s request, mounted military police would 38
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 patrol the campus. Concerned over the interaction of female students with the nearby soldiers, Camak penned lyrics and set them to the tune of the popular war song “It’s a Long Way to Tipperary” apparently to discourage his young students from surrendering to Cupid’s arrow. Amazingly, Camak didn’t recall any instances of “serious social indescretion” during those years when soldiers appeared to be everywhere. Camak When the war ended and Camp Wadsworth closed, the Institute acquired several of its structures and moved them pieceby-piece to its campus for classroom space and housing.
Mark Perdue, SMC Athletic Director, demonstrates one of two Automatic External Defibrillators at SMC
Love and Graduation (Tune: “It’s a Long Way to Tipperary”) To Textile Institute one day a pretty maiden went, The boys began to look at her most ardently intent, They sang to her sweet songs of love and looked her in the eye, She shook her saucy head at them and made them this reply; Chorus: It’s a long way to graduation; it’s a long way, I know. It’s a long way to graduation, but I am bound to go. Good-bye old flirtation, Farewell, Cupid dear, It’s a long, long way to graduation, but I’ll be right there! A handsome fellow, too, was found within the school one day, And all the girls began to look at him as if to say; “You’re old enough to settle down and have a happy home; Just get it fixed and send for me, for I’ll be glad to come.” An educated man and woman built a bungalow. Said she to Jim, “Do you remember why I first said no?” “’Twas you that said it while I thought it, for the road seem’d long Do you remember how we sang in the old school days that song?” — Provided by Dr. Katherine Davis Cann
MC acquired some new equipment recently which is very welcome, but hopefully will never have to be used. Carol Shearin, Director of Health Services, says the heart’s rhythm is basically electrical, and that when an individual experiences an abnormal heartbeat, they can lose consciousness. Having quick access to an AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) improves a victim’s chance of survival. Two AEDs are now in place on campus — one in the athletic training area and another at the Campus Safety Department — which, Shearin says, is available 24/7. The two AEDs are similar to the units found at schools, shopping malls and airports. A major benefit of AEDs, according to Shearin, are that they are designed for people without a medical background. The AED is capable of first detecting if an abnormal heart rhythm is present, and has a digital display that gives instructions on how to use the unit. In addition to Shearin, all Campus Safety officers, members of the Student Development staff, the Athletic Director and most of the coaches are are AED-Certified.
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a retired teacher with Spartanburg County School District 2.
1930s: Mildred Bailey Duling (‘34) of Williamsburg, Va., celebrated her 93rd birthday October 29. She writes that her friendship with roommate Ethel Garrison Simon of Swoope, Va., has endured through the years since both were at TII. “I have happy memories of my two years spent at TII,” says Duling, who adds that she would like to hear from any of her classmates who are still living. Royal R. Hayes (‘36) writes, “TII has been a great help to me.” Mack A. Pace, Jr. (’36) of Dallas, Tex., is enjoying retirement.
1940s: Sara Campbell Carter (’40) of North Augusta, S.C., is retired. Cecil D. Bishop (’41) is self-employed and lives in Enoree, S.C. Angie Cox Myers (’41) has just moved into a new home at Virginia Beach, Va. Ruth Myers Stewart (’43) lives in Aiken, S.C., and spends summers with her husband at their Edisto Island beach house. Elsie Collins Vaught (’43) of Conway, S.C., recently wrote, “Last May, my husband, John, and I were in the D.C. area to visit the World War II Memorial and went on up to Front Royal, Va.,
Vardell Cook (’48) of Lake City, S.C., retired from the United States Postal Service.
and spent a day with my classmate, Darryl Windham (’43). He gave us a grand tour of his town and his mountaintop home. It is a lovely area.”
R. Arnold Sineath (’48) retired from the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control in January of 1990, writes, “The Golden Years have brought bypass heart surgery and a hip replacement. General health is fine. Thanks be to God and may God Bless America!”
Lamar L. Keisler (’44) of Aiken, S.C. writes that he retired after 38-anda-half years at the Savannah River Plant in the Health Physics Section. He enjoys doing volunteer work at his church and in his community, and plays “lots of golf.”
Joseph R. Clary (’49) of Raleigh, N.C., is enjoying retirement and having his grandson attend nearby N.C. State University.
Beth Mahon McCarter (’44) of Fountain Inn, S.C., and retired from Greenville Tech writes, “I became a proud greatgrand on October 14, 2003.”
Edna Grainger Guthrie (’49) is enjoying retirement in Clinton, S.C. Sarah T. Kirven (’49) of Sumter, S.C. is retired.
Lois Redford Parrott (’44) writes, “It was so great being on campus for our reunion. I look forward to updates in the Frontiers magazine.” She is retired and her son is in the furniture business in the Florence, S.C., area.
W. Joe McCurry (’49) of Abbeville, S.C. is retired. Alma Jolley Riley (’49) of Columbus, Ohio, is retired and volunteers in school one-and-a-half days per week. She keeps up with her seven grandchildren’s events. Three of her grandchildren are teenagers.
Edith B. Stanley (’44) enjoys retirement in Spartanburg, S.C.
Doris C. Anderson (’46) of Spartanburg, S.C. is enjoying retirement.
Edward L. Williams (’50) is retired and living in Columbus, N.C.
Marion Littleton Anderson (’46) of Madison, Fa., writes that she has been a widow since 1998, when her husband had a heart attack while in church and passed away. “I miss being able to go places with him,” she writes.
Charles Duemont Hazel (’50) received a BS degree from Auburn University in 1959 and is presently a United Methodist Minister. His wife Betty attended Southern Union.
Mary Louise Ross Garner (’46) of Chesnee, S.C. is
Mr. Ronda Lee Burris (’51) and Mrs. Frances
Splawn Burris are retired and live in Chapin, S.C. Mitchelle Causey Evans (’51) is a retired teacher in Ash, N.C. Paul C. McMurray (’51) of Charlotte, N.C. is retired and enjoying traveling, volunteer work, reading, and gardening. Joseph H. Frye (’52) is retired and resides in Spartanburg, S.C. Frank E. Rhodes (’52) of Elkridge, Md., is proud of his granddaughter, Whitney Rhodes, who is an accomplished soccer player now playing with Damascus. David Hudgins (’53) of Richmond, Va., writes that he is retired. He and his wife Roma have four children and 10 grandchildren. He writes that he plays a lot of golf and he and his wife travel quite a bit. Shirley Gault Harris (’54) of Loris, S.C., is retired. Rev. Allen E. Long (’54) and his wife Jean B. (‘55) of Pacolet are enjoying retirement. Carolyn Ferguson Patterson (‘55) is a retired educator in Greenwood, S.C. Ray E. Petty (’55) of Hartsville, S.C., has retired and is enjoying life with wife, Frances. Carolyn Hayes Culbreath (‘56) lives in Woodruff, S.C. She continues to assist her son in the hardware business that was started by her late husband, Bill. She is enjoying her three grandsons, one of whom is newly adopted Sergey from Russia. Ann Hammond Dobson (‘56) is enjoying a busy
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 retirement after working 34 years with the Cryovac Division of W. R. Grace & Co. She and husband Hubert (‘48) live in Wellford, S.C.
Wayne M. Fields (’59) is retired and resides in Lancaster, S.C.
Ed Ellis (‘56) and his wife Charlotte (practicing pediatrician) live in Columbia; Ed is enjoying retirement from the ministry but stays busy promoting the cookbooks for the SMC scholarship in memory of Iris Clardy Ellis (‘56) and his daughter Loraine (‘75). Ed and Charlotte have just returned from a European river cruise and plan to return this June. Ed is currently serving on the Board of Trustees at SMC.
Carol Layton Spracklen (’60) of Camarillo, Calif., writes that she and her husband continue to enjoy retirement from the local school systems. They are devoted to their two grown children and two grandchildren, and she adds that another grandchild is on the way. “We’re getting ready for our second cruise this year, in November, celebrating our 41st anniversary,” she writes, adding, “I shall always have fond memories of SJC and what this great institution means (and has meant) to so many people.”
Roland Elmore (’56) writes that he is retired but still busy with golf, rental property, and traveling. He just returned from a trip to Branson, Mo. Marvin Gause (‘56) and his wife, Pat, who make their home in Florida, still come back to the Spartanburg area to visit relatives. On their latest visit in 2003, Marvin expressed surprise and delight with the College’s growth and the changes made to the campus since 1956.
Wilkerson Scholarship Established York community pays fitting tribute to TII Alum, Area Farmer
When Hickory Grove farmer and 1938 TII grad William B. Wilkerson Jr. died on Feb. 3, 2000, his friends and colleagues from the York Soil and Water Conservation Commission wanted to do more than donate flowers. He had been a commissioner 53 years and was active in his community throughout his life. “We thought setting up a scholarship would be a more fitting tribute than flowers,” said York Soil and Water Conservation Commissioner, Bennie Copeland, who served with Wilkerson in the York County Soil and Water Commission and also a graduate of the institution when it was later known as Spartanburg Junior College. Copeland knew Wilkerson to be a dedicated member of his community who was also fond of SMC.
Patricia Gallman Jones (’61) of Anderson, S.C., writes, “I have enjoyed being a high school substitute teacher during my retirement years. My two grandsons are very active in sports. I really enjoy going to their football, basketball and baseball games. We live on Lake Hartwell and have adapted very well to the laid-back life.”
Roland Smith (‘56) and his wife Jackie live in Marietta, Ga. Although both are retired, they stay extremely busy with work in their church in addition to volunteering with the Red Cross. They spent seven weeks in Florida last year with the Red Cross after the hurricanes.
Kay Trail McBee (’61) of Cross Hill, S.C., is retired.
Benita Davis Stavely (’56) and husband, Charles, recently visited Raymond and June Howard in Jacksonville, Fla.
Carolyn Finch Fowler (’63) of Spartanburg, S.C., writes that she has two grandchildren: a two-yearold grandson and a fourmonth-old granddaughter.
Top: Wilkerson as a TII freshman Bottom: Wilkerson in 1994
“We tried for so long to raise that money,” said Copeland. “We pulled money out of our own pockets. It took us four years just to get close.” Last December during its regular board meeting, the Commission received a late Christmas present — a $2,000 donation from Sharon-based Palmetto Masonic Lodge 289 — where Wilkerson was past master. “It’s a wonderful feeling of accomplishment,” Copeland said of the donation. “Now the fund is endowed, and it can help students who need a little help with tuition.” “That’s what Wilkerson would have wanted,” said Bill Summerville, a good friend of Wilkerson and current fund-raising chairman for the lodge. “He was a fine man who always put others ahead of himself,” Summerville added. “He was always one to help the community.” Wilkerson’s community roles included everything from Sunday School teacher at Mount Vernon Methodist Church to a stint on the state’s board of directors for the South Carolina Association of Conservation Districts. This is the first time the York Soil and Water Conservation Commission has established a scholarship.
Gerry L. Deal (’62) is President & Owner of Deal’s Machine Shop in Spartanburg, S.C. James L. Rowe (’62) of Hilton Head Island, S.C., is President of Kinghorn Insurance Services, Inc.
“We see this as a mild stepping stone,” Copeland said. “Now, we can add to this and hopefully watch it grow to $100,000.” Editor’s Note: Special thanks to Shannon Greene of the Rock Hill Herald for contributing this article.
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E. Cantey Pearce, III (’63) of Chesterfield, Va., is a chemical operator with E. I. DuPont. Elaine Gilstrap Allen (’64) retired at the end of the ’04 school year after teaching for 38 years at Dacusville Elementary School in Pickens County, S.C. She was treated to a gala at the Hyatt in Greenville, S.C. by fellow SJC classmates Miriam Martin Mills, Brenda Wilkie Bender, Marta
Riddle Brown, Janice Miller, Joy Free and Beth Love Swanger.
Mr. James Boyce Huggins (’65) retired from Duke Energy and enjoys life with wife, Martha Welsh Huggins, in Camden, S.C.
Sandra Ramsey Davis (’64) is in her 24th year as a middle school science teacher with the S.C. School for the Deaf and the Blind, Spartanburg, S.C.
Tommy Kirby (’66) is the Office Manager of Vulcan Materials Co. He lives in Pacolet, S.C.
Roy Everett McAbee (’64) is President of McAbee Contracting, Inc. of Inman, S.C. William F. Hough (’65) is retired and living in Spartanburg, S.C.
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Julian S. Martin, Jr. (’66) of Lexington, S.C., is the owner of Carolina Forms. James D. “Jimmy” Trout, Jr. (’66) and his wife, Lanie, are celebrating Jimmy’s retirement from Milliken on January 3, 2005. James T. Truesdale (’66) is a CPA with the firm of Bryan, Truesdale, Adkins & Williams, PA. He resides in Hollywood, S.C.
SMC alum Ron Acker was recently featured in the Anderson Independent-Mail as a banker who cares about his community. He is now manager of the Whitehall Branch of Central Carolina Bank in Anderson. As a banker, Ron uses his profession to help people learn to be better stewards of their money. He and his wife, Serita W. Acker (also a SMC alum), enjoy spending time with family. Their daughters are Brittany, 12, and Courtney, 7. Serita is Program Coordinator of Women in Science and Engineering at the College of Engineering and Science, Clemson University. In his spare time, Ron plays bass guitar at his church. He says he inherited his love for Gospel music from his father, who used to sing in Gospel quartets. He also enjoys sports, especially football.
Mary Beach Vann (’66) of Spartanburg, S.C., has retired. Freddie Whitman of Clinton, S.C. (’66) is employed with Timken. Bill Casey (’67) is the VP of Sales and Marketing for The Vanguard Group. He lives in Clermont, Fla. Robert B. Gibbons, Jr. (’67) retired from the U.S. Air Force and his wife Jean are busier than ever. He served as the 2003-2004 Elected Department Commander for the State of S.C. in the American Legion, was the 2002-2005 Clarendon County Republican Party Chairman, and was a 2000 graduate of the National American Legion College. He writes, “I didn’t realize retirement would be so busy!”
‘72 Alum Making Music Charlie “Chico” Calvert is the operator of Carolina Moon Studios in Stillwater, Minn. He recently released his third CD, “St. Croix Journey,” which is a musical journey of the St. Croix Valley. “Some of my most memorable college moments were spent on that beautiful campus,” Calvert says of his SMC experience.
Niles Chumley (’68) of Rock Hill, S.C., is employed with York School District 3. Emily Finch Cox (’68) recently visited with Leah Pruitt in the Alumni Office. We encourage
other alumni to drop by the campus any time for a visit. Gaynelle C. Mason West (’68) retired as Director of the Dept. of Social Services with 32 years of service in January of 2004. Robert N. Davis (’69) of Pomaria, S.C., is a manager with Winn-Dixie Stores. Michael “Otis” Eddings (’69) is a retired elementary principal in Horry County, S.C., and is now teaching at North Myrtle Beach High School. He writes, “If I had two years to live over, it would be from 1967 to 1969—the two years at SMC.” Evelyn Wall Jolley (’69) writes that she retired after 30 years as a Special Education Teacher in Spartanburg School District 3. She now spends time with her five grandchildren.”
1970s: Dr. David B. Stout, Jr. (’70) is with the S. C. Department of Education in Chapin, S.C. W. Bernard Welborn (‘70) recently wrote, "Thanks to SMC for enhancing my 'quality of life'." He is a retired golfer in Greenwood, S.C. Barbara L. Smith (’72) of Easley, S.C., has retired from the Department of Corrections after 25 years. She is now working hospital security at Greenville Memorial as a supervisor. Allen Newman (’76) is self-employed and lives in Inman, S.C. Ralph D. Moore, Jr. (’79) owns Southern Planter,
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE — SPRING 2005 John Benfield (‘76) was recently named Associate Dean for Student Services and Administration at the Charleston School of Law. Benfield was Assistant Dean for Admission and Financial Aid at the University of South Carolina School of Law from 1990 to 2003. He and his family now reside in Charleston. Benfield is excited about the challenges of being associated with the state’s newest law school and says 138 full-time students are currently enrolled. Inc., a local landscaping company.
1980s: Tony Hollifield (’80) is President of Piedmont Farm & Garden Supply, Chesnee, S.C. James Donald Powell (’80) of Appleton, Wis., is a self-employed employee benefit consultant. He and wife, Lori, have been married 20 years and have three children. Paula Worthy (’80) of Inman, S.C., is a Registered Nurse with the Spartanburg Regional Medical Center, Spartanburg, S.C. Plennie Dixon Gresham (’81) of Lyman, S.C., is retired. Catherine Kelly Teal (’81) is Assistant Controller with Columbia Wholesale, Columbia, S.C. Jane Elizabeth “Chip” (Betsy) Walters (’81), Director of Fine Arts with the S.C. School for the Deaf and the Blind in Spartanburg, S.C., was one of five finalists for the 2005 Exceptional Educator of the Year. The award honors exemplary special education teachers and service providers in the state. Keith Wall (’83) was ordained to the ministry
in 2003 and currently serves as Associate Pastor at Pierpont Baptist Church in Charleston, S.C. His ministry areas include education, outreach and senior adults. This December he will graduate from Limestone College with a BA degree in Business Management. Keith married Lori Carter on October 23, 1993. They have a daughter, Victoria Grace, born October 15, 1999. Donald Clement (’83) is head golf professional at The Reserve course in Pawley’s Island, S.C.
the death of Mrs. Gosa; she was such a good friend to us all and helped us with any problems we had. I keep in touch with many of my SMC friends and I am so happy for my time at SMC.”
President of Shumaker Builders, Columbia, S.C.
Edie Norris (’85) previously did commercials in Charleston, S.C., for GDC. She got married and moved to Chicago.
Paul R. Collins, Jr. (’85) is owner of Collins Insurance Agency of Spartanburg, S.C. Roger White (’85), Stage Manager/Auditions Coordinator of Dollywood Entertainment, Sevierville, Tenn., wishes to announce the baptism of his children: Dalton, 6, and Hannah, 4, on December 5, 2004 at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Pigeon Forge, Tenn., with Father Jay Flaherty as Celebrant. Dantzler M. (Dan) Shumaker (’86) is
David Boling (’87) is employed with EMT-I with the Spartanburg Regional Medical Center.
Mara Horton Jones (’90) is a clinical counselor with The ALPHA Center, Lugoff, S.C. Rebecca Walter Bryant (’90) lives in Spartanburg, S.C. and is employed with Glenn R. Melton State Farm Insurance Agency. Leon Myers (’92) is a news photographer with WBTW NEWS-13 in Florence, S.C. Wesley Griffin (’93) writes, that he lives in Charleston, S.C., with his wife, Robin (Wed Dec. 19, 1998), and have a son Gavin, and daughter, Gracie. He currently sells radio advertising for Kirkman Broadcasting
Gary R. Painter (’92) is the owner of Inman Health and Fitness. After graduating from SMC, Gary received a History degree with a minor in Psychology from College of Charleston and worked as a Park Ranger for two years with the National Park Service. Upon returning to Spartanburg, he began working at a local health club and after gaining valuable experience as an athletic director and personal trainer, decided to open his own fitness facility. Since opening more than six years ago, the current facility has expanded to more than 4,600 square feet. Gary also does several personal training sessions. Gary’s wife, Kiley Painter, also works at the gym. She is the Pilates instructor as well as a full time fourth-grade teacher at Campobello Gramling School. Gary and Kiley were married July 24,2004 in Charleston, S.C. Of working together, Gary says, “Being able to work together is a blessing, since owning your own business requires long hours,” says Painter.
Carole Flynn Roof (’84) of Daniel Island, S.C., writes, “After leaving SMC in 1984 (which were two of the best years of my life), I graduated from Winthrop College in Rock Hill. Upon graduation I attended the National Center for Paralegal Training in Atlanta and received a Paralegal Diploma. I worked as a paralegal in Columbia for eight years, married Phil Roof in 1998, moved to Charleston, worked two years as a paralegal on Broad Street downtown, and had a beautiful baby girl, Flynn Alexis, born on September 16, 2002. We moved out to Daniel Island in February of this year and I am a stay-athome Mom and love it. I was deeply saddened by
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and his wife is a seventh-grade teacher. Carolyn Farr Smith (‘93) was promoted to Features Editor at the Spartanburg HeraldJournal. Smith has been associated with the newspaper since 1998. A native of Greenville, Smith also graduated from USC Upstate. She is also vice president of Media Women of S.C. and President of Piedmont Media Professionals. Cindy Ott Edwards (’95) of Rahway, N.J., is married to Brad and they have two sons, Brad, Jr., 4, and Anderson Joshua, 20 Mos. Cindy is employed with AmWINS Brokerage of N.J. as Associate BrokerCorporate Insurance. Heather Waldrep (’98) is Activity Director with the Rosecrest Retirement Community in Greer, S.C.
2000s: Yusuke Kariya (’04) of Sakura, Chiba, Japan writes, “I wish happiness to SMC students. Enjoy your time. Bless you. Get victory.”
Marriages: Jonathan Berry (’99) married Sharon Simmons on Sept. 21, 2002. They have a daughter, Gretchen, born April 1, 2003. Jonathan is Network Engineer Administrator with Draxlmaier Automotive of America in Madison Heights, Mich.
Learning About Disabilities
Deaths: Mahlon H. Bagwell (‘38) died in January of 2005. He was the head baseball coach at Erwin High School in Asheville, N.C., for 12 years. Mahlon was one of 14 children and is a brother to Neetum Bagwell. Coach Bagwell taught at Erwin High School for 17 years — from 1967 until 1984. He spent two years in minor league baseball, six years in the U. S. Army during WW II, and organized the Senior Babe Ruth League Baseball in Western N.C.
A reality in education is that teachers must learn how to effectively work with students who have a variety of learning disabilities. Students in Lynn Haller’s Introduction to Education class find out first-hand how seemingly simple tasks can be daunting to a disabled student. They attempted to decode transposed numbers when solving mathematical problems. With cotton balls in their ears (above), they tried to listen to instructions. With socks on their hands (below, left), they attempted normal tasks such as writing. Blindfolded (below, right), they attempted to spread peanut butter on saltine crackers. Haller’s purpose is to give students at least some idea of the challenges and frustrations persons with disabilities encounter in a classroom setting.
John M. Smoak (’49) died in the fall of 2004. His sister, Miriam Smoak Henry, (’80), has set up an endowed scholarship in his memory. (see page 35) Norman J. Suttles (‘38) died February 10. Our deepest sympathy to his family and classmates.
The SMC community was saddened by the passing of Dr. Eloina CouretAmargos, who was a professor of Spanish and Art at SMC in the 1960s and 1970s. Amargos fled her native Cuba and eventually found her way to Spartanburg. She spent her later years living with her daughter in Houston, Texas. She was 98.
Mary Frances Lee Cantrell (’58) writes, “ Bill and I are pleased to announce that we are grandparents of twin grandsons, William Kingsley “Will” Emerson and John Forrest (John) Emerson. The boys were born on September 11, 2004. They were welcomed home by their parents, Kingsley and Christy Cantrell Emerson and to their “big” three-year-old sister, Caroline. Kingsley is a former coach at SMC.”
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leven SMC students took to the kitchens January 19 to prepare soup for Second Presbyterian Church Soup Kitchen. The day began with a service challenge honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The work was divided among three groups of students: one group went to the home of Dr. Katherine Cann, another to Dr. Paul Lofton’s home, and the third group went with Chaplain Candice Sloan to the Presbyterian Student Association House. Each group was given the ingredients and a recipe for vegetable soup, which was later to be frozen and given to the Second Presbyterian Soup Kitchen. Each group then received $35.00 with the challenge to collect as many non-perishable food items for the Soup Kitchen as they could. After three hours, the students returned to campus with approximately 133 cups of vegetable soup and 1,780 servings of non-perishable food items.
Lav Lav ondra ondra Ham, Keisha Keisha Wilkins and Kimberly Frye Frye made a trip to Sam’s Sam’s to gather soup ingredients and food items.
Keisha Wilkins and Kimberly Frye prepare the soup.
Savannah Cann, Alexandra Whitley, Christine Burroughs, and Lindsay Peace with food drive items
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ABOVE: Farran Fry, Brandi Whitt and Hank Brooks with nonperishable food items they purchased. RIGHT: Savannah Cann and Christine Burroughs load food items for delivery.
2004 — 2005 Ambassadors
Students who are involved in many different areas of campus life and demonstrate leadership skills are chosen to serve as Ambassadors during their sophomore year. Ambassadors assist with orientation each year, assist the Admissions Office with campus tours and Discovery Days, and help the Office of Alumni Relations with the annual phone-a-thon. They are mentors for a group of about 15-20 students during Basic Orientation and continue to provide assistance to freshmen as they adjust to college life. Ambassadors from left: (front) Celeste Brown, Jessica Williams, Nicole Watson, Mandy Yeomans, (middle) Adrianne Poole, Larisha Hill, Andrew Isenhower, Amber Cross, David Vass, (back) Brandy Whitt, Shana Posey, Lindsay Anders, Josh Sabath, Lavondra Ham, Kayla Rhinehart, Sidney Hoff, Alonso Azumendi, Devon Holder, and Tyler Drawdy.
Lindsay Peace and Alexandra Whitley are wondering, “Is it soup yet?”
Live at Carnegie Hall
Edmonds Receives Founders Award Billie Edmonds, Spanish professor at SMC, recently was given the Founder’s Award by SCOLT (Southern Conference on Language Training) during their joint conference Feb. 24-26 at Charlotte. The award recognizes Edmonds’ service and support of SCOLT since the mid 1970s, and her service to the profession of teaching foreign languages. She also served as a SCOLT chair from 1993-1995. Edmonds’ teaching experience has ranged from elementary and high school to college-level classes at SMC, as well as Spartanburg Technical College and the University of South Carolina.
Miranda DiMarco, Music Professor and Head of the SMC Music Department, took part in the Carnegie Hall Choral Workshop January 10-15 at New York. Begun by Robert Shaw of the Robert Shaw Chorale, the workshop is conducted by the Weill Music Institute and is an opportunity for musicians to interact with internationallyrenowned musical artists.
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Campus Safety Enters a New Era
City of Spartanburg Public Safety Director, Tony Fisher, recognized members of Spartanburg Methodist College’s Campus Safety Department during a consecration ceremony Nov. 3 at Davis Mission Chapel. Pictured from left: (front) Jeremy Byrd, Stephanie Lovell, Travis Collins, (back) Adam Haymond, Justin Cheek, Fred Berrier, Jimmy Fortner, Sgt. Wallace Dillard, SMC Chief of Campus Safety Greg Weisner, and Fisher. Not pictured are Sgt. Paul Morton and James Thompson. In the fall of 2004, the SMC Campus Security Department converted to the Campus Safety Department.
hose who work around the clock to keep the campus of Spartanburg Methodist College safe and secure now have additional resources available for effective law enforcement, since the Campus Security Department received approval from the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) to be classified as a law enforcement agency. Established as a law enforcement agency by SMC August 4, 2004, the Campus Safety Department now has the same authority as a city police department. According to Chief of Campus Safety, Greg Weisner, full-time officers on campus are now licensed as state constables. This means they have authority to make arrests, write traffic citations, and conduct investigations off campus when necessary. Other improvements to the department includes the acquisition of two additional patrol cars.
“This transition greatly enhances our ability to provide safety and security services to students,” Weisner said. The staff has also grown. In addition to the Chief, Campus Safety now employs three police officers, five part-time security officers, several security officers under private contract, and five members of a new Student Security Corps. Members of the Student Security Corps have been carefully selected and trained to supplement the full-time duty officers during day and evening hours. They will patrol the campus, help with parking enforcement, and participate in investigations. Faculty, staff and students came together Nov. 3 for a Consecration service at the Davis Mission Chapel. Tony Fisher, Spartanburg’s Director of Public Safety, gave a keynote address and offered his congratulations to the officers at SMC.
FRONTIERS MAGAZINE â€” SPRING 2005 In his remarks,Fisher urged students, faculty and staff attending the ceremony to say a prayer of thanks for officers who are looking out for their safety during the day and throughout the night, and to understand the difficulties officers face in their job. Fisher also urged students to respond with maturity to the officers and to appreciate the job they must do.
ABOVE: With a symbolic laying on of hands, President Teague (right) dedicated each Campus Safety Officer to service. Pictured with Teague is Greg Weisner, Director of Campus Safety. RIGHT: Campus Safety patrol cars have a new look, reflecting a new era for SMC.
Members of Kappa Sigma Alpha recently spent time along a stretch of Powell Mill Road near the SMC campus picking up trash as part of the AdoptA-Highway program. Pictured from left: (front) Alex Whitley, Whitney Booth, Farran Fry, Christine Burroughs, Josh Toney, Ryan Wofford, (back) Savannah Cann, Jared Bates, Hank Brooks, Andrew Isenhower, and Joseph Umbaugh.
Arriving at the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport are Japanese students (front) Kayoko Akishima, Wakiko Ajiro, Miki Nagaya, (back) Kazuma Shiino, Norifumi Mitsui, and Toshikazu Yoshimine.
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On February 26, students from SMC joined more than 300 of their counterparts from other Spartanburg area colleges to lend a helping hand to needy neighbors during CSI:Spartanburg, a service event organized by the College Town Consortium. (1) Keisha Wilkins serves lunch at the Miracle Life Ministries Kitchen (2) President Teague (standing) and Spartanburg Mayor Bill Barnet welcome CSI participants during a kickoff ceremony for CSI at the Hangar, First Baptist Church of Spartanburg (3) Ryan Wofford mobilizes a group of students to leave for the Salvation Army Thrift Store (4) Lindsay Anders folds towels at Miracle Life Ministries (5) Brandon Platt organizes the pantry at Mobile Meals (6) Stephen Knight picks up trash outside the Mobile Meals offices (7) Stacey Sumner and Christine Burroughs clean the medical clinic area at Miracle Life Ministries.
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River Falls Plantation Start Times: 8 a.m. & 1:30 p.m.
This tournament provides program support for nearly 300 student athletes who annually attend Spartanburg Methodist College. Participation in the Golf Classic ensures that student athletes realize the dream of earning a college education, as well as an opportunity to compete at the intercollegiate level. Join many SMC friends, sponsors, and alumni for a day of golf at River Falls Plantation Golf Club. Contact the Director of Athletic Fundraising for details. Phone (864) 587-4310 for more information.
Scenes from the 2004 Fall Golf Classic
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