Midlands people & achievements, July 28

July 28, 2013 

ACCOUNTING

The South Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants has named Sharon E. Mann, John B. Fennell, Robert M. Tilton and Penny Lewis to its board of directors executive committee. Lesley H. Kelly, Kenneth L. Newhouse Jr. and Jason C. Sweatt have been elected to the 2013-2014 board of directors.

ARCHITECTURE

Tim Williams has joined Stevens & Wilkinson Inc., an architecture, engineering and interior design firm, as a senior associate.

BANKING & FINANCE

Kyle Harrelson has been promoted to controller with Boyd Management Inc.

EDUCATION

Thirty students have received scholarships from the Home Builders Association Charitable Foundation. The 2013 recipients include Ashlan Andrews, Shayna Bannister, Krystyna Bogle, Lindsey Brown, Shannon Daniel, Marie Foster, Casey Hendrix, Chandler Hendrix, Beth Humphries, James Hyatt, Kathryn Hyatt, Joseph Jur Jr., Kaye Jur , Timothy Lee, Anna Lehman, Robby Lowman, Jay McLeod, Alex Mitchell, Travis Mitchell, Cameron Monteith, Stiles Monteith, Nic Nicholson III, Nick Nieri , Pennington Nieri , Clemson Playerthis name is cq, Cameron Queen, Kayla Roland, Alex Shuler, Aaron Wickersham, Rob Yeoman Jr. and Chelsea Zeigler.

HEALTH CARE

Resurgence Management Company, through affiliates, has acquired the Barnwell County Hospital.

HOSPITALITY

Jacob Born of Chappell, Smith & Arden has been appointed to the Richland County Recreation Foundation Board.

INSURANCE

Anne Wilson and Matt Middlebrooks have joined Keenan & Suggs Inc. as brokers in the firm’s Columbia office.

LAW

The S.C. Bar Continuing Legal Education Division has won a Best of the Association for Continuing Legal Education Professional Excellence Award for its program “Whipping up Some Justice: Chili, Cornbread and the Unforgiving Minute with Jim Blackburn.”

NONPROFIT

Growing Home Southeast Inc. has appointed three new members to its Board of Directors including Amanda Malanuk , Margaret Ellen Pender and Valerie Rowe-Jackson.

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