Midlands people & achievements, March 31

March 31, 2013 


Marc W. Warren has joined Quackenbush Architects + Planners as a project architect.


Sheq’e Bradley, Donna Trapp and Terry Waterbury, all of the AML Subpoena Team with TD Bank, have earned their Certified Anti-money Laundering Specialists certification.


Lower Richland High School competed against the F.E. Dubose Career Center and won the chance to represent South Carolina at the National LifeSmarts Competition.


Michael McCall has been installed as the new warden of the Lee Correctional Institution in Bishopville.


Dr. James C. Williamson, chief human capital officer of Agape Senior and Agape Hospice, will present a seminar at the 28th annual National Hospice and Palliative Care Conference.


Pamela Parker has joined Parker, Poe, Adams and Bernstein in the firm’s Environmental Group as counsel in the Columbia office.

Steven W. Hamm, an attorney with Richardson, Plowden and Robinson, has received the 2013 USC Compleat Lawyer Award, Platinum Level.


Colliers International has been named a top sales firm in the Columbia market by CoStar Power Brokers.

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