Midlands people & achievements, August 3

08/03/2014 12:00 AM

08/02/2014 3:53 PM


Jeremy M. Ellison has joined GMK Associates’ Interiors Division in Columbia as a sales and business development professional.

ZweigWhite has ranked Columbia’s LS3P as No. 93 on its 2014 Hot Firms List, which recognizes the fastest-growing architecture, engineering, planning and environmental consulting firms in the United States and Canada.

Janie Kronk Gossett, an employee with Quackenbush Architects + Planners in Columbia, has earned her architectural license from the National Council of Architectural Registration Board and certification as a Green Globes Professional from the Green Building Initiative.


Greg Halpin has joined Homeowners Mortgage Enterprises as a mortgage loan officer in its Columbia office.


Deb Marks, vice president of operations and program director for SC Parents’ Involved in Education, has been appointed to the S.C. Education Oversight Committee.


Justin K. Lyles has joined Hybrid Engineering’s Columbia office as a project engineer.


Cayce Mayor Elise Partin has been elected third vice president of the Municipal Association of South Carolina’s board of directors. In addition, Cayce City Councilman Tim James completed the association’s Elected Officials Institute of Government.


Trevor Bowers has joined Columbia-based South Risk Management as vice president of the employee benefits division.


McKay, Cauthen, Settana & Stubley in Columbia will be featured in Town & Country magazine’s 2014 Leading Attorneys Profile section.

Janice Holmes, an attorney in Gallivan, White & Boyd’s Columbia office, has been accepted into the Leadership Columbia Class of 2015.


Katie Fox, Michael Traynham and Jane Senn have joined the board of directors of Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands.

Pastor Melvin B. Tapp and Ryan Molony have joined Daybreak Pregnancy Center’s board of trustees.

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