People & achievements

January 6, 2013 

CONSTRUCTION

M.B. Kahn has been selected as the design-builder for the 267,000-square-foot expansion of Koyo Corp.

GOVERNMENT

Officers Judith Pierce and Eddie Black have graduated from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy and become drug control inspectors for DHEC’s Bureau of Drug Control.

HEALTH CARE

NAMI Mid-Carolina has named its 2013 Board of Directors, which includes Jack Balling, president; Kelen Castillo, vice president; Erika Jensen, secretary; Mark Christopher, treasurer; Ken Long; Marna Hill, John Lowe, Terronda Clarke, Sarah Clingman, Sylvie Golod, Rhea Merck, Loren Nix, Nancy Raley, Robert Turnbull, Victoria Littlefield, Michele Dupre, Tray Stone, Caroline White, and Vince Luckie.

Sumter Cardiology has joined Lexington Medical Center’s network of care.

INSURANCE

Neace Lukens, an AssuredPartners company, has completed the acquisition of the Davis-Garvin Agency in Columbia.

Steven Harvin has joined the Columbia office of KeenanSuggs as small business broker.

LAW

Attorneys Amy Clayton and Jennifer Hollingsworth have been elected as partners of Nexsen Pruet. Both are with the firm’s Columbia office.

William R. Padget has become a partner with Finkel Law Firm.

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