Midlands area people & achievements, Oct. 6

October 6, 2013 

ADVERTISING, MARKETING & PUBLIC RELATIONS

William Goodman has joined Riggs Partners in Columbia as an inbound marketing specialist.

GOVERNMENT

More than 100,000 acres of land owned by the S.C. Forestry Commission and Clemson University have been certified to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative and American Tree Farm System standards.

LAW

Anthony W. Livoti, an attorney with Columbia’s Murphy & Grantland, has been certified as a circuit court mediator by the S.C. Board of Arbitrator and Mediator Certification.

NONPROFIT

Lake Murray Association has elected five new board members: Terry Crenshaw, vice president; John Cross, treasurer; Jane Jameson, corporate secretary; Milton Moore, membership committee; and Mark McColman, safety committee.

REAL ESTATE

Jane Fenech has joined ERA Wilder as an agent in the Lexington office.

ETC.

Savannah River Remediation has poured more than 1 million gallons of specially-formulated cement grout into Savannah River Site waste Tanks 5 and 6, surpassing the project’s mid-point.

Ellett Brothers in Chapin has received the 2013 Glock Perfection Award for its strong sales efforts in 2012.

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