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George Mason athletic director named CEO of NFL Alumni
George Mason University Athletic Director Brad Edwards will leave the Fairfax university in October to become the CEO of the nonprofit NFL Alumni.Edwards, who played in the NFL for nine seasons in the late '80s to the mid-'90s, joined Mason as its athletics director in 2014. The university said he led the athletics department to more than $42 million in revenue contracts and commitments during h...
George Mason University Athletic Director Brad Edwards will leave the Fairfax university in October to become the CEO of the nonprofit NFL Alumni.
Edwards, who played in the NFL for nine seasons in the late '80s to the mid-'90s, joined Mason as its athletics director in 2014. The university said he led the athletics department to more than $42 million in revenue contracts and commitments during his tenure, including a naming-rights deal for EagleBank Arena (previously known as the Patriot Center), a multiyear partnership with Adidas and a corporate sponsorships agreement with PlayFly Sports LLC, a sports marketing and media company.
"Brad has been a dynamic athletics director who has moved the department forward on student-athletes' sports and academic performances, as well as the level of community support Mason can now rely on," Mason President Gregory Washington said in a statement. "NFL Alumni has reclaimed one of its stellar alumni, and we are thrilled for Brad and the NFL."
Edwards will remain at Mason until Oct. 12. Washington said he will name an interim director and begin the search for Edwards’ successor prior to him leaving his post. Edwards earned $378,525 in salary from Mason in 2021, according to Washington Business Journal research.
NFL Alumni, founded in 1967 and headquartered in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, is a nonprofit organization composed of former NFL players, coaches and team staff members who work to raise funds for youth-oriented causes. It bills itself as the oldest and most well-known retired players association in professional sports. It has 42 local chapters around the country.
“I look forward to expanding the NFLA’s long tradition of ‘Caring for Kids’ and ‘Caring for Our Own’ while meaningfully contributing to alumni development programs around the country,” Edwards said in a statement.
Edwards is succeeding Beasley Reece, who retired as CEO of the nonprofit at the end of June. NFL Alumni said it began its search for a new CEO in March.
Before coming to Mason, Edwards, 56, was athletic director at Jacksonville University, senior vice president of athletics and institutional advancement at Newberry College in South Carolina and senior associate athletic director at the University of South Carolina, his alma mater. He played defensive back and free safety for the Minnesota Vikings, Washington Commanders (then known by a different name) and Atlanta Falcons during his NFL career. Longtime Washington fans will remember Edwards’ two interceptions in the team’s 37-24 victory over the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVI.
He has a bachelor’s in business administration from South Carolina, a master’s in education from Michigan State and an executive certificate in management and leadership from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management.
Charleston, South Carolina, federal consultancy EverGlade Consulting has opened an office at Anthem Row, The Meridian Group’s trophy-class office building at 700 K St. NW in D.C.
EverGlade, which works with a variety of life science and defense companies to help them secure federal funding, said it plans to recruit positions in regulatory affairs, quality assurance, program management, project management and government contract administration and compliance.
"EverGlade was named partly as an acknowledgment that we know how to navigate the swamp," Eric Jia-Sobota, founder and principal consulting leader with the firm, said in a statement. "It made sense to have an office location right in the heart of the swamp on K Street.”
Other tenants of Anthem Row include international law firm Baker Potts LLP, coworking provider WeWork and upscale seafood restaurant Truluck’s.
Notice to Creditors 9-14-22
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF ESTATES All persons having claims against the following estates MUST file their claims on Form #371ES with the Probate Court of PICKENS COUNTY, the address of which is 222 MCDANIEL AVE., B-16 PICKENS, SC 29671, within eight (8) months after the date of the first publication of this Notice to Creditors or within one (1) year from date of death, whichever is earlier (SCPC 62-3-801, et seq.), or such persons shall be forever barred as to their claims. All claims are required to be presented in written statements on the pr...
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF ESTATES All persons having claims against the following estates MUST file their claims on Form #371ES with the Probate Court of PICKENS COUNTY, the address of which is 222 MCDANIEL AVE., B-16 PICKENS, SC 29671, within eight (8) months after the date of the first publication of this Notice to Creditors or within one (1) year from date of death, whichever is earlier (SCPC 62-3-801, et seq.), or such persons shall be forever barred as to their claims. All claims are required to be presented in written statements on the prescribed form (FORM #371ES) indicating the name and address of the claimant, the basis of the claim, the amount claimed, the date when the claim will become due, the nature of any uncertainty as to the claim, and a description of any security as to the claim.
Estate: Lucille R. Alexander Date of Death: 07/16/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900651 Personal Representative: Richard G. Alexander Address: 1401 Fox Squirrel Ridge Rd., Pickens, SC 29671 Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 14
Estate: Robert Wayne Dayton, Sr. Date of Death: 06/14/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900679 Personal Representative: Robert W. Dayton, Jr. Address: 125 Green Maple Drive, Easley, SC 29640 Attorney: Michael B. Bridges Address: Post Office Box 1923, 1306 S. Church St., Greenville, SC 29602 Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 14
Estate: Betty Grant Hendricks Date of Death: 07/18/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900689 Personal Representative: Kevin V. Hendricks Address: 1067 Church St., Central, SC 29630 Attorney: J. Baker Cleveland, III Address: Post Office Box 9, Pickens, SC 29671 Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 14
Estate: Charles L. Sh-veev Date of Death: 02/17/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900690 Personal Representative: Harlan Jay Funk Address: 300 East 56th St., Apt. 7D, New York, NY 10022 Attorney: Perry B. Deloach, Jr. Address: 1225 South Church St., Greenville, SC 29605 Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 14
Estate: Madeline Ann True Date of Death: 07/07/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900669 Personal Representative: Amber Kristi True Sutherlan Address: 122 Argon Street, Clemson, SC 29631 Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 14
Estate: Charles Phil Walker Date of Death: 07/28/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900661 Personal Representative: Martha Case Walker Address: 1713 Jameson Road, Easley, SC 29640 Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 14
Estate: Bobby Gregory Evatt Date of Death: 07/23/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900705 Personal Representative: Tonya L. Evatt Address: 101 Hickory Wood Ct., Easley, SC 29640 Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 14
Estate: Jack Curtis Whitmire Date of Death: 08/03/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900676 Personal Representative: Glenda Collins Address: 208 Paperbirch Lane, Pickens, SC 29671 Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 14
Estate: Harry Batts Pate Date of Death: 04/14/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900598 Personal Representative: Mary T. Pate Address: 113 Kennelworth Way, Easley, SC 29640 Attorney: Tyler B. OShields Address: Post Office Box 1428, Easley, SC 29641 Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 14
Estate: Alma C. Rigdon Date of Death: 05/27/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900704 Personal Representative: Alfred L. Rigdon, Jr. Address: 122 Kinfolk Circle, Easley, SC 29640 Attorney: Daniel E. Hunt Address: P.O. Box 887, Easley, SC 29641 Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 14
Estate: Ann Rives Everett Date of Death: 07/19/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900703 Personal Representative: William Rives Hestir Address: 179 Hunt Road, Seneca, SC 29678 Attorney: Andrew K. Holliday Address: Post Office Box 795, Seneca, SC 29679 Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 14
Estate: Margaret Chappell McCollum Date of Death: 08/02/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900702 Personal Representative: Jeffrey J. McCollum Address: 113 James Creek Point, Easley, SC 29640 Co-Personal Representative: Melissa M. Childs Address: 5502 Hix Road, Anderson, SC 29625 Co-Personal Representative: Kimberly M. McCollum Address: 10154 Cross Green Way, Jacksonville, FL 32256 Attorney: J. Baker Cleveland, III Address: Post Office Box 9, Pickens, SC 29671 Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 14
Estate: Wade Sherwood Bryson Date of Death: 07/14/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900624 Personal Representative: Bonnie Sue Bryson Address: 415 Mill Pine Rd., Liberty, SC 29657 Sept. 14, 21, 28
Estate: Hector Arredondo Vaca Date of Death: 05/26/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900727 Personal Representative: Erika Arredondo Address: 521 Jamison Rd., Liberty, SC 29657 Sept. 14, 21, 28
Estate: Ashley Georgianne Mack Date of Death: 03/12/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900730 Personal Representative: Kaitlyn Ashley Mack Address: 250 Hedge St., Central, SC 29630 Sept. 14, 21, 28
Estate: Larry Gene Mote Date of Death: 05/28/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900714 Personal Representative: Judy D. Mote Address: 200 Teakwood Drive, Easley, SC 29640 Attorney: Kelvin R. Kearse Address: P.O. Box 1504, Easley, SC 29641 Sept. 14, 21, 28
Estate: Michael Franklin Bisson Date of Death: 06/03/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900715 Personal Representative: Scarlet Michele Carradero Address: 312 E. Beattie St., Liberty, SC 29657 Attorney: R. Scott Dover Address: Post Office Box 462, Pickens, SC 29671 Sept. 14, 21, 28
Estate: Martha Gail Brock Date of Death: 11/24/2021 Case Number: 2022ES3900721 Personal Representative: Charles Calvin Brock, Jr. Address: 165 Jolly Wingo Rd., Pendleton, SC 29670 Attorney: S. Leslie McIntosh Address: Post Office Box 197, Anderson, SC 29622 Sept. 14, 21, 28
Estate: Gary Lance George Date of Death: 01/07/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900286-2 Personal Representative: Cathy Robinson Address: 401 Crest Drive, Easley, SC 29640 Co-Personal Representative: Ronnie Lee George Address: 2505 New Easley Hwy., Greenville, SC 29611 Attorney: Sean J. Hinton Address: Post Office Box 9, Pickens, SC 29671 Sept. 14, 21, 28
Estate: Dorothy Joan Cisson Date of Death: 08/26/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900740 Personal Representative: James Michael Cisson Address: 117 Richbourg Road, Greenville, SC 29615 Sept. 14, 21, 28
Estate: William Joseph Edwards Date of Death: 07/6/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900756 Personal Representative: Sandra Gail Edwards Address: 1469 Cleo Chapman Hwy., Sunset, SC 29685 Sept. 14, 21, 28
Estate: Janice Ann Rollins Date of Death: 08/13/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900742 Personal Representative: Eric E. Rollins Address: 1222 Westgate Rd., Anderson, SC 29626 Attorney: Nathan M. Clark Address: Post Office Box 1539, Clemson, SC 29633 Sept. 14, 21, 28
Estate: Randell DeWayne Hamlin, Jr. Date of Death: 08/20/2022 Case Number: 2022ES3900743 Personal Representative: Rhonda R. Hamlin Address: 224 Harlow Dr., Liberty, SC 29657 Attorney: Adam B. Lambert Address: Post Office Box 9, Pickens, SC 29671 Sept. 14, 21, 28
‘Big deal for this little community’: Santa Clara residents cheer on Little League World Series team
SANTA CLARA — As Glenda Reid was conducting tours of the historic Jacob Hamblin House in Santa Clara, she had another piece of history on her mind being made by some local youngsters on the other side of the country.The Santa Clara boys and girl of summer, the Snow Canyon Little League all-stars, are playing this weekend at the Little League World Series in Pennsylvania – the first team from Utah to ever reach the 75-year-old baseball tradition.From the historic Hamblin House to historic Williamspor...
SANTA CLARA — As Glenda Reid was conducting tours of the historic Jacob Hamblin House in Santa Clara, she had another piece of history on her mind being made by some local youngsters on the other side of the country.
The Santa Clara boys and girl of summer, the Snow Canyon Little League all-stars, are playing this weekend at the Little League World Series in Pennsylvania – the first team from Utah to ever reach the 75-year-old baseball tradition.
From the historic Hamblin House to historic Williamsport, the sister with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was among several Santa Clara residents sending their support to the team, which begins its World Series journey on Friday.
“Baseball has always been big in Santa Clara. This has been a big deal for this little community and the community supports them,” Reid said between conducting tours at the home built upon a hill for the pioneer in 1863. “When you consider this little small community and how far this team has gone, that’s amazing.”
Also on both Reid’s and fellow tour guide Debbie Rate’s minds, they said, was Snow Canyon player Easton Oliverson, who continues to recover after falling from the top of a dormitory bunk bed at the World Series site in Pennsylvania and undergoing surgery for severe head injuries.
“We’re praying for him,” Rate said with a beaming smile. “We’re praying for that young man.”
Plenty of Santa Clara residents and signage around town expressed the pride Santa Clara has for its young players, such as the sign outside Dutchman Market proclaims, “SC Little League wins. Headed to World Series.”
Residents at Freis Fruit Market mostly kept to picking the fresh-from-the-farm produce. But Jo, a cashier at the market wanted to pass along some nutritional advice to the young baseball players. “Fresh fruits and vegetables,” she said.
The Snow Canyon Little League field itself on Little League Drive was quiet Monday afternoon. The bases were still in place and the dirt infield combed, while its players remain 2,231 miles away preparing for their chance at glory.
That glory is going to have them on the same ESPN worldwide channel that usually shows the play of their heroes like Aaron Judge, Mike Trout, Manny Machado and Clayton Kershaw.
While the players that make up Snow Canyon come from the Santa Clara, Ivins and St. George area, the commentators will say that the team is from Santa Clara.
While that is a source of pride for Santa Clara Mayor Rick Rosenberg, the mayor also said he takes a lot of pride in the kids that will represent it and Southern Utah. He also said not to forget the parents and grown-ups who make their own sacrifices.
“I can’t wait until they play again on Friday,” Rosenberg said, adding that success isn’t something new for the local little league. “Snow Canyon Little League has enjoyed tremendous success over the years thanks to dedicated individuals who donate their time and resources to the players.”
Politicians with higher authority also passed along the well-wishes including Gov. Spencer Cox in several Twitter posts, as well as Sen. Mitt Romney, who said it was that little bit of Utah that put the Snow Canyon kids into the elite.
“You know, we’ve got great athletes here. Great energy, great passion, teamwork, sacrifice, dedication, all of these qualities come together to make Utahns some of the best athletes in the world,” Romney told St. George News. “I’m not surprised to see our Utah athletes going to the championship. That’s going to be fantastic.”
Also giving a “shoutout” on Twitter was Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell, who actually expressed a little jealousy at his fellow athletes from Santa Clara. “I always wanted to play in the Little League World Series,” he said. “This is dope.”
Santa Clara’s Snow Canyon all-stars will make their World Series debut Friday at 1 p.m. MDT against the winner of a Wednesday game between Tennessee and Massachusetts.
A GoFundMe has been set up to help pay the expenses of the families of the 13 players to travel to Williamsport to see their kids play. Little League International is already paying for the travel expenses and providing lodging for the team’s players and coaches. The team is also selling hats and T-shirts with at least some proceeds going to the team, their families and to the medical expenses for Oliverson.
From her place at a historic site, Reid said she hopes the team takes in the historic nature of their accomplishment and their surroundings.
“I hope they take a little time, look at some of the history, enjoy the experience of getting to go that far,” she said.
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St. George News reporter Mori Kessler contributed to this story.
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Bestselling author, inspirational speaker to host DENT Talks at SmileCon
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Heavenly Kimes, D.D.S., will share her unconventional path during DENT Talks — Road Less TraveledDentist, author and inspirational speaker Heavenly Kimes, D.D.S., will host DENT Talks during SmileCon, helping to shine a light on a diverse group of speakers who will share their thoughts on three different themes.Dr. Kimes is a cosmetic and implant dentist who owns a practice in the Atlanta area and co-wrote the bestselling series "Wake Up…Live the Life You Love." She is also the author of "Dr. Heavenl...
Heavenly Kimes, D.D.S., will share her unconventional path during DENT Talks — Road Less Traveled
Dentist, author and inspirational speaker Heavenly Kimes, D.D.S., will host DENT Talks during SmileCon, helping to shine a light on a diverse group of speakers who will share their thoughts on three different themes.
Dr. Kimes is a cosmetic and implant dentist who owns a practice in the Atlanta area and co-wrote the bestselling series "Wake Up…Live the Life You Love." She is also the author of "Dr. Heavenly's Business Prescriptions" and "The Business of Love" and appears on Bravo TV's "Married to Medicine" with her husband, Damon Kimes, M.D. The mother of three has more than 1.1 million Instagram followers.
Introduced at SmileCon 2021 in Las Vegas, DENT Talks are back this year in Houston with three new themes: Human Challenge, Road Less Traveled and Love of Dentistry. Each talk will feature three speakers from the dental community, who will share their perspectives on the session’s theme in 20 minutes or less.
During DENT Talks — Love of Dentistry (5150) on Oct. 13, the speakers will help dentists understand the importance of their platform, connect their stories to their practices and communities, and have an impact on the communities they serve. Speakers include Catherine Murphy, D.D.S., orthodontist and founder of In Harmony Orthodontics in Griffith, Indiana; Steve C. Hollar, D.D.S., general dentist in Warsaw, Indiana; and Gary Bethea, D.D.S, general dentist and author in Blythewood, South Carolina.
Dr. Kimes herself will present Oct. 14 during DENT Talks — Road Less Traveled (6152). During the session, Dr. Kimes and her fellow speakers — Tina M. Brandon Abbatangelo, D.D.S., clinical director of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Smiles Dental Clinic at the UNLV School of Dental Medicine, and Ashley Rosenbaum, D.M.D., pediatric dentist and owner of Premier Pediatric Dentistry in Miami, Florida — will share their inspiring stories of choosing unconventional paths and help attendees open their hearts and minds to new opportunities, receive invitations presented in their lives, and prepare themselves for challenges.
DENT Talks — Human Challenge (7141) on Oct. 15 will discuss how challenge is a part of life and share speakers' stories of challenges and triumphs, as well as tips to help dentists get going when life gets tough. Rico D. Short, D.M.D., endodontist in Kennesaw, Georgia; Bruce R. Terry, D.M.D., endodontist in Wayne, Pennsylvania; and Sharon Parsons, D.D.S., dentist and practice owner in Columbus, Ohio, will cover passion, possibilities and limits.
Each DENT Talk will be worth one hour of continuing education credit and take place from 10-11 a.m. in Dental Central, Smile Zone A, Stage 2. The talks are included with the Dental Central Pass, Smile Pass and Platinum Smile Pass.
This year's SmileCon is a joint meeting with the 2022 Texas Dental Association Meeting and the 2023 Greater Houston Dental Society's Star of the South Dental Meeting. It will take place Oct. 13-15 at the George R. Brown Convention Center. Registration discounts end at 5 p.m. CDT Sept. 30.
To learn more and register, visit SmileCon.org.
Recruiters within public sectors looking for employers who want to make an impact
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments is teaming up with South Carolina Works Trident.Both agencies are hosting a career fair focused on jobs within the public sector.More than 80 local companies came to the North Charleston Convention Center to meet potential hires on Wednesday.“Fishing for talent” is what many companies are hoping to achieve.Transportation Security Administr...
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments is teaming up with South Carolina Works Trident.
Both agencies are hosting a career fair focused on jobs within the public sector.
More than 80 local companies came to the North Charleston Convention Center to meet potential hires on Wednesday.
“Fishing for talent” is what many companies are hoping to achieve.
Transportation Security Administration and Dorchester County Fire and EMS are just a few agencies who are hiring.
No qualifications are needed -- just a motivation to get the job done.
“Come here standing tall and breathing," says Rickie Jenkins, a Fire Marshal with St. George Fire Department.
Organizers say the purpose of the career fair is to get people back on their feet.
“The biggest thing is to have people get jobs. We are interested in trying to get as many people hired today as we can, at least do as many as interviews as we can, but the big goal is to get the Tri-County back to work," says Kalen Milford, the Business Services Coordinator for BCDCOG.
Job seekers had many companies to choose from. Recruiters say they appreciated those who were helping to fill a need.
“A lot of people don’t have access to the outside world, so they can have transportation to get around, and we bring a need to the community, bring everybody together, give you a choice on what you want to do," continued Jenkins.
Some hope this will help not just the candidate but their families as well.
"We’re excited to be apart of this job, fair because I think this can change families and family trees and legacies. We’re helping people who need employment find jobs," says Meghan Kelly, the Director of Human Resources for the Housing Authority for the City of Charleston.
Many companies want candidates to know if you love what you do, it shouldn’t feel like work.
“We don’t offer you a job, we offer you a career," said Jenkins.
The companies who attended the career fair also provided on-site interviews and a few job offers to people who were ready to start.