Arthur H. Southerlin, ’71

Arthur Harding Southerlin, age 74, of Lexington, South Carolina passed away on Monday, February 19, 2024. A memorial service for Arthur will be held Thursday, February 29, 2024 at 11:00 AM with a reception to follow at Caughman-Harman Funeral Home – Lexington, 503 N Lake Dr., Lexington, SC 29072.

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Richard A. (Mac) McClain, ’54

Lieutenant Colonel Richard “Mac” Alfred McClain, a proud veteran of the United States Army, passed away on the morning of February 15, 2024, in the comfort of his home and surrounded by the love of his family. The son of James Ingram McClain and Alfreda Perkins McClain, Mac was born […]

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Nellie H. Lewis, CGC ’72

Dr. Nellie Hill Lewis entered the kingdom of heaven on February 20, 2024. By her side were her husband of 43 years, Nelson Lewis, her beloved only son, Glen “Ant” Hill, and her niece Deana Abbott Miller, whom she lovingly called “Deanapoo.” For the past 3 years, Dr. Lewis has […]

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Fred P. Wilborn, Jr., ’72

Fred Paschal Wilborn, Jr., 77, of Charleston, South Carolina, entered into eternal rest Friday, February 16, 2024. Paschal was born March 4, 1946, in Montgomery, Alabama, son of the late Fred Paschal Wilborn Sr. and Frances Smith Wilborn. Paschal was a graduate of St. Andrews Parish High School and went […]

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James L. Dodson, Jr., ’55

James Lacy Dodson, Jr., of Charleston SC, passed away on February 16, 2024. Jim was born on April 3, 1934 in Columbia, SC. He was a graduate of the Citadel Class of 1955. He went on to serve as a Captain in the U.S. Army, before returning to Columbia to […]

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Henry M. Cheves, CGC ’76

Henry Middleton Cheves passed away February 10 peacefully at home on Edisto Island. He was the son of the late Henry Charles Cheves III and Chilton Cheves Johnson. Born December 18, 1944, Henry went to The Gaud School and Episcopal High School, graduated from the University of South Carolina, where […]

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Zachary Buckheit, ’13

Zachary S. Buckheit joined Williams Mullen’s litigation section as an associate in the firm’s Raleigh office.

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L. Martin Flanagan, ’53

L. Martin Flanagan of West Palm Beach, FL died peacefully at the age of 92 in Bradenton, FL on February 3rd 2024. Born in Greenville, S.C., the only child of Leon S. Flanagan (WWI vet) and Eloise Martin Flanagan (born in Cedar Key, 1902). Martin had a deep connection to […]

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R. Edward Taylor, Sr., ’64

Ralph Edward “Ed” Taylor Sr., 83, of Columbia, passed away on Tuesday, February 13, 2024 surrounded by his loving family at his home. Born December 11, 1940, in Columbia, SC, he was the son of the late Jack and Margarete Taylor. He was also preceded in death by his sister, […]

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Aaron J. Kelly, Jr., ’08

Our most beloved, Aaron Jerome Kelly, Jr. of Irmo, South Carolina tragically departed us on Sunday, February 4, 2024. He was a strong, kind, force of nature, and our lives are better having had him with us, even for a short time.Born on July 16, 1986, Aaron was the firstborn son of […]

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Class of 1980: Dr. Carlos E. Angueira; MG L. Wayne Brock III, USA, Ret.; COL Matthew B. Chandler, USA, Ret.; MAJ Blas M. Contreras, USA, Ret.; Dr. Gary G. Durante; Maj Vincent J. Franco, Jr., USAF, Ret.; Kevin L. Iocovozzi; Chuck E. Lee, Jr.; Richard H. Moore; Steven W. Roll; Duncan C. Seaman; Rep. Charles N. Sims, Jr.; Frederick J. Whittle; and Dr. Clay H. Wilson.

Members of the Class of 1980 gathered in February for Birddogs and Bulldogs, their 10th annual South Georgia quail hunt.  The event was held at Arcadia Plantation in Ambrose, Ga., hosted by Chuck Sims.  Those participating were Dr. Carlos E. Angueira; MG L. Wayne Brock III, USA, Ret.; COL Matthew […]

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Thomas R. Dion, ’68

Lead Author Col. Thomas R. Dion ’68, retired emeritus professor of civil engineering presented a copy of “History of the Free School Board of Dorchester in the Province of Carolina” to Daniel Library’s Pamela Orme, specialist technical services, and Capt. Dan Hawkins, head of library public services, for inclusion in […]

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Raymond H. Williams, ’64

Raymond Harry Williams, 82, was born in Ridgeland, SC, in the days when there was no hospital in Beaufort. He would laughingly say that he made his way as quickly as possible back to Beaufort, the town where he spent the majority of his life, and which shaped him into […]

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