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SAE SC Delta Drummer Enews Oct 2012
Delta Drummer ENews Oct/Nov 2012 South Carolina Delta Chapter Sigma Alpha Epsilon University of South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina Web www.saeusc.com Editors Note: Welcome to the Delta Drummer ENews. Questions or comments are welcome to John Stringfellow, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Homecoming Reunion Our last reunion was held on Friday evening, Oct 5. There will be no more plans for a separate alumni reunion going forward. We feel that there is a lack of interest in such events, based on dwindling attendance and conflicting schedules. There may be special events in the future. Spotlight Rex Bradford Galloway ’86 has joined RE/MAX Realty Professionals in Greenville, SC. He was formerly with IMI Resort Holdings as Vice President of Administration. He writes “I grew up around the real estate business and have been actively involved in it as a full-time broker since 1987. The first half of my career, I focused mainly on general residential with investment & commercial experience in the Upstate of SC (primarily in the Greenville market). During the 2nd half, my focus has been on the luxury/lifestyle side of the industry. I have typically engaged in upper-tier price range developments that are highly amenitized and located in vacation- destination/resort/2nd home markets within various regions of North America and the Caribbean. My role in these projects varies from sales administration to operations to brokerage management, but always with maximum SALES RESULTS as the primary goal. Serving the primary, my secondary goal with having a presence on Linked-In is to stay absolutely on 1 Questions or comments are welcome to John Stringfellow, email email@example.com. SC Delta Chapter, 509 Lincoln Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201 SC Delta Alumni Association, PO Box 11521, Columbia, SC 29211 Delta Drummer ENews Oct/Nov 2012 South Carolina Delta Chapter Sigma Alpha Epsilon University of South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina Web www.saeusc.com the cutting edge of real estate trends, technology and market knowledge specialized to the luxury side of the business.” He is married to Kary Howell. Reach out to Rex at firstname.lastname@example.org. Reid A Doherty ’06 is a Staff Geologist with Bunnell Lammons Engineering, Inc in Greenville. He writes: “In the office I perform tasks ranging from inputting field data into computer logs to developing and finalizing project reports. I work closely with senior project managers to assure that projects are completed in a timely and orderly fashion, while maintaining a suitable budget. In the field, I perform and oversee various field operations to insure compliance with required guidelines. While in the field, my duties consist of logging and obtaining specific project-related data, testing, overseeing drilling and a variety of other on-site operations, and insuring proper communication occurs from our team to clients and related officials. Types of clients include: Petroleum Distribution Sites, SCDHEC Compliance, Local Convenience/Retail Stores, Solid Waste Landfills, Private Developments, and Drycleaner Sites. Understand the technical aspects and applications of various drilling rigs.” Contact Reid at email@example.com. Don H Shirley ’79, is the founding partner of Foundation Medical in Columbia. He boasts more than 28 years experience in the medical device industry. Don sells the value of high cost, high margin equipment to the acute care hospital market in the United States and Canada. His past responsibilities have included sales and training roles with Johnson & Johnson, various senior level sales roles with American Medical Systems and more than 20 years of sales and sales management experience with Hill-Rom, culminating in a senior vice president role overseeing all North American sales. Don is a skilled negotiator with experience working with Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs), Integrated Delivery Networks (IDNs), health care facilities and health systems. He provides direction and leadership in the marketing and sales of products encompassing acute care, critical care, patient room environments and outpatient surgery centers. Reach Don at firstname.lastname@example.org. Jack S Graybill ’49, is retired from the securities business, having served as manager for Atlanta-based Robinson-Humphrey before its acquisition by Salomon Smith Barney. The Darla Moore School of Business honored Graybill with a Distinguished Alumni Award in 1986, at which time he was first vice president and a financial consultant for Robison- Humphrey/American Express Co. Inc.Now in his 80s, Graybill did not retire until age 75.. He was a member of the Carolina Securities Dealers Association and the National Traders Association, USC’s Alumni Council, Scholarship Screening Committee and National Advisory Council to the President, and was president of Educational Foundation. Graybill is on the board of USC’s Medical School Foundation, served as president of the University Associates and is a lifetime trustee of USC Educational Foundation. Jack also served on boards of the Salvation Army, Associated Services, and United Fund. He is former president of Foundation Board of Providence Hospital. Jack and his wife, Susan McElveen ‘51, have 3 daughters: Susan G Hodges, Lucy G Monton, and Margaret Strickland. Reach Jack at email email@example.com or phone (803) 787-4710. 2 Questions or comments are welcome to John Stringfellow, email firstname.lastname@example.org. SC Delta Chapter, 509 Lincoln Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201 SC Delta Alumni Association, PO Box 11521, Columbia, SC 29211 Delta Drummer ENews Oct/Nov 2012 South Carolina Delta Chapter Sigma Alpha Epsilon University of South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina Web www.saeusc.com C Jackie Seawell ’65, is a golf teaching pro at the Hounds Lake Country Club in Aiken. He is former director of golf at Sage Valley Golf Club in Graniteville. Jackie was inducted into the SC Golf Hall of Fame in 1998, and won the 2010 Hitchcock/Whitney Award, given to someone who has positively impacted golf in Aiken. He was also Club Corporation of America Golf Professional of the Year in 1996. Some of his former students include: Corbin Mills (2011 U. S. Amateur Public Links champion), Kevin Kisner, Alex Hamilton and Matt Hendrix. Jackie is married to Claire, and has 4 children: Jay IV, Daniel, Julianna Allen, and David. David is an SAE from Carolina Class of ’96 and an Aiken realtor with Woodside Development. Jay (’88 USC) is the head mens golf coach at the University of Alabama. Reach out to Jackie at email@example.com. William C Keating ’91 is Vice President of Sales, Digital Media with the Golf Channel. He joined in 2008 with the responsibility for driving digital sales revenue and partnerships across the two primary categories of the network's endemic and non endemic advertisers. He is a aales veteran with national experience in both digital and print media. One of his specialties is as a cross platform integration specialist. Bill has served as an account manager with Golf Magazine and Time Inc/Teen Magazine, regional account manager for ESPN, regional manager for Broadband Sports, and district manager for INFOSEEK/Go Network. Originally from Darien, CT, Bill attended Darien High School and graduated from Carolina with an English degree. Jonathan Lee Goodburn ’93, is chief financial officer for Lauth Property Group in Carmel, Indiana. Jon has overall responsibility for all financial reporting, accounting and budgeting in addition to human resources and information technology for all of Lauth’s operating and real estate holding companies. Prior to joining Lauth, Jon was a Senior Manager with Ernst & Young where he spent 12 years providing audit and merger/acquisition due diligence services to clients with emphasis on real estate. At Ernst & Young his clients included the largest retail REIT and office REIT where he was involved in an Initial Public Offering. Jay Stegner ’07, is now an attorney with his family’s company, The Stegner Law Firm in Camden, SC. Jay graduated from law school at Appalachian State University in May 2012 and recently passed the SC bar exam. He majored in political science and graphic design at Carolina. Married to Jennifer, he can be reached at email firstname.lastname@example.org. Dominic Marrone, ’12, has joined the Bank of America in Charlotte as a Senior Operations Consultant. He was a wealth management intern with Merrill Lynch in Columbia. Contact Dom at email email@example.com. Ben Shand ‘06 is a Practice Manager at Becker Consulting. Ben’s activities include development of project proposals and budgets, coordination and resourcing of cGMP audits and Consent Decree remediation projects, composition of audit plans and reports, and preparation of QSR and FDA inspection readiness training materials.. Ben previously worked as a Program Management Analyst for Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) in Frederick, Maryland. He has interned for Team Consulting in Cambridge, United 3 Questions or comments are welcome to John Stringfellow, email firstname.lastname@example.org. SC Delta Chapter, 509 Lincoln Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201 SC Delta Alumni Association, PO Box 11521, Columbia, SC 29211 Delta Drummer ENews Oct/Nov 2012 South Carolina Delta Chapter Sigma Alpha Epsilon University of South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina Web www.saeusc.com Kingdom and worked in a proteomics laboratory under NIH and a cardiovascular disease research laboratory at the University of South Carolina, School of Medicine in Columbia, SC. Ben holds a BS in Biology from the University of South Carolina and a Masters in Bioscience Enterprise from the University of Cambridge. Contac him at email to email@example.com Carl Stephen Taylor ’79, is Broker in Charge at Preferred Properties in Columbia. Steve has a wealth of experience in construction management, association management, apartment management and real estate sales. He is the past president of the Columbia Apartment Association, is a CPM, a member of IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management) and CAI (Community Associations Institute).Married to Betsy, he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Mark R Cantey, ’82, recently joined the Inventors Digest in Charlotte as Vice President and Associate Publisher where he is running the Day to Day operations of the Number 1 selling inventors publication. Mark originally founded MRC Publishing in April 2006. With over 15 years in the publishing & custom publishing industry, he established himself as a leader in his field. His background included an annual 450 page preseason NASCAR magazine (with ad sales over 1 million dollars per issue), annual ACC Basketball magazine, annual NASCAR coffee table book, various custom driver and track specific books -- to centennial bank celebration books and 20th anniversary NASCAR owner books. Reach Mark at (704) 579-9678. Chapter News – Eminent Archon Report Two members of the Chapter were elected to the Interfraternity Council (IFC) at Carolina. Brennan Lyles (Fall 2012 Pledge Class) is Assistant Vice President of Recruitment and Alex Spears (Fall 2011 Pledge Class)) is Vice President of Scholarship. The chapter completed a total of over 750 community service hours for various organizations including our main philanthropy Balefire. We were also able to raise $4,000 in cooperation with ZTA to allow them to air a Public Service Announcement on Fox Columbia that features some of our members. The chapter GPA is above a 3.0 cumulative average for the first time in quite a few years. We expect that to be even higher when grades come out for the fall semester. We are looking for to recruit 15 for the spring class Annual Dues Your contribution helps support the alumni association and the chapter. Would you consider sending in your annual suggested voluntary dues of $25? You can use our online payment option here, or mail your check made out to SAE to Josh Nexsen, Alumni Treasurer, PO Box 11521, Columbia, SC 29211. Social Calendar Mother Sons Weekend – Feb 22-23, 2013 4 Questions or comments are welcome to John Stringfellow, email email@example.com. SC Delta Chapter, 509 Lincoln Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201 SC Delta Alumni Association, PO Box 11521, Columbia, SC 29211 Delta Drummer ENews Oct/Nov 2012 South Carolina Delta Chapter Sigma Alpha Epsilon University of South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina Web www.saeusc.com Memories Sept 10, 2012 – Group photo of our alumni – Includes Parker Dempsey, John Parker Hamilton, Brian Catalina, Charlie Timmons, Kip Covington, Alan Howle, Burns Cale, Logan MacAlister, RJ Snyder, Rusty Patrick, Trey Odom and Jensen Turner. Chapter Eternal Dr. Joseph Sam ’46, 86, retired Dean of the Graduate School and Associate Vice Chancellor for Research at the University of Mississippi, died Saturday, October 3, 2009 at his home in Oxford. Born in Gary, Indiana, Dr. Sam served as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy during World War II. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church and Rotary Club. He was former chairman of Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Mississippi, a member of Rho Chi, Phi Lambda Upsilon and Phi Kappa Phi. He worked as a Senior Scientist for E.I. Depont, Research Chemist for McNeil Laboratories, Research Group Leader of Bristol Myers and Fulbright Lecturer at Cairo University. In 1968, Dr. Sam received the Research Achievement Award in Pharmaceutical Medicinal Chemistry from the American Pharmaceutical Association. The Department of Medicinal Chemistry at UMISS honored its former department chair, the late Joseph Sam, by establishing an alumni award in his name. The Joseph Sam Distinguished Alumni in Medicinal Chemistry Award was established at the School of Pharmacy to recognize the longtime department chair, Graduate School dean and associate vice chancellor for research. 5 Questions or comments are welcome to John Stringfellow, email firstname.lastname@example.org. SC Delta Chapter, 509 Lincoln Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201 SC Delta Alumni Association, PO Box 11521, Columbia, SC 29211 Delta Drummer ENews Oct/Nov 2012 South Carolina Delta Chapter Sigma Alpha Epsilon University of South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina Web www.saeusc.com Other Alumni News Ross Early ‘00 Captain Ross Early has formed a new business in Islamorada, FL - an offshore fishing charter with his boat, named “Earlybird”. Earlybird is a 43’ Alex Willis custom Carolina sport fishing boat. Earlybird is docked at Holiday Isle Marina at The Postcard Inn at mile marker 84 oceanside, in the sport fishing capital of the world. Captain Early will be running full day, ¾ day and half day, and swordfishing charters out of the marina. Captain Early purchased the boat in Charleston, SC where it was running charters there under the name GameDay. Captain Early is a United States Coast Guard Certified Licensed Captain. Ross has been living and working in Islamorada for the past four years working as a mate for many of the local captains at Holiday Isle, Whale Harbor, and Robbie’s Marinas. Ross spent the past three summers working as a salmon and halibut charter captain in Southeast Alaska. He grew up in Bamberg, South Carolina where he spent most of his time fishing and hunting. Captain Early graduated from the University of South Carolina. The Earlybird Catches the Fish! Fish Earlybird! Reach Ross at email email@example.com. Visit his web site at http://www.fishearlybird.com. Chapter Contacts: Justin Mims, President, Email firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone 843-601-6709 Ellison Neese, Chapter Advisor, Email email@example.com, Phone (803) 984-1666 Courtney Leavitt, Housing Corporation Treasurer, Email firstname.lastname@example.org Join our Social Media Groups 6 Questions or comments are welcome to John Stringfellow, email email@example.com. SC Delta Chapter, 509 Lincoln Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201 SC Delta Alumni Association, PO Box 11521, Columbia, SC 29211
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