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TCL Foundation board’s new officers
The Technical College of the Lowcountry Foundation Board of Directors, the Foundation’s governing board, elected new officers and trustees for the 2012 fiscal year, which began July 1. John McCann, retired Wall Street CEO who served 44 years in the financial services industry, has been elected chairman; Sarah Reed, a financial advisor with Edward Jones in Bluffton, has been elected vice-chairman, and Victoria Leitz, a retired professional with more than 30 years experience in biomedical research and management, has been re-elected treasurer. Two new trustees will join the Foundation Board: Jeff Bradley, a financial advisor with Edward Jones in Bluffton, and Gail Quick, retired vice chancellor for student development at the University of South Carolina Beaufort and former executive director of the TCL Foundation.

Park University academic honor list
Park University has announced the Beaufort Campus Center Academic Honor List for the recently completed Summer ‘11 term. Those listed achieved a 3.6 grade point average or higher while carrying at full time academic load. Students on the honor list are: Tanesha R. Abernathy, Christy L. Anderson, Dwayne E. Brinson, Ralph R. Brown, Brent J. Burns, James D. Canfield, George Castillo, Arthur T. Connolly, Max D. Crider, Shaun R. Donahue, Matthew G. Gannon, Joseph L. Gonzalez, Jason A. Grayson, Joseph Gary Samuel Greenlee, Daryl B. Harris, Stacey J. Holcomb, Travis J. Hutchings, Marie A. Jaekel, TiQuandra N. Jenkins, Christopher M. Lammers, Crystal L. Long, Demetria McDonald, Brian W. McKinney, Larry Morales, Gail J. Murray, David K. Orange, Dexter Ratliff, Isaac Rodriguez, Gary D. Rowe, James W. Springer, Jeffrey L. Weaver, Samuel J. Woodson and Sean M. Woodward.

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