Midlands people & achievements, March 2

March 2, 2014 

CONSTRUCTION

Bobbitt Design Build in Columbia has begun construction on Concord Fellowship Baptist Church on Wilson Boulevard in Blythewood.

EDUCATION

Former Richland County science instructor Melinda Beach has been named Teacher of the Year by the S.C. Association of Conservation Districts.

HEALTH CARE

Ellen P. Mitchell, LISW-CP (Licensed Independent Social Worker - Clinical Practice), has opened a private psychotherapy practice, Healing Path Counseling, at 1415 Richland St. in Columbia.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Carolina Business Equipment in Columbia has received the Small Business Community Association’s 2013 Best of Business Award in the small business category.

LAW

A. Jewitte Dooley, an associate attorney with Davis Frawley in Lexington, has been named a member of the law firm.

M. Kevin Garrison, a shareholder with Robinson McFadden in Columbia, has been re-elected to the Oliver Gospel Mission board of directors.

Ted Speth, a shareholder with Ogletree Deakins in Columbia, has been selected as a 2014 Client Service All-Star by the BTI Consulting Group.

REAL ESTATE

Mark Woody, Kristi Goff, Kelly McGuinn, Jason Yon and Rhonda Portee have joined ERA Wilder Realty. Woody will serve in the Chapin area, Goff will serve the Columbia area, and McGuinn, Yon and Portee will serve the Lexington area.

ETC.

Tate Salley has been named salesperson of cycle one for Pollock Company in West Columbia.

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