Blue Hose Alumni in the News: March 2020

Blue Hose Alumni in the News: March 2020

A. “Sandy” Cruickshanks ’70 elected to S.C. Bar Association council 

Laurens County attorney A. “Sandy” Cruickshanks, IV has been elected to serve on the Government Law Section Council of the South Carolina Bar Association. The Government Law Section promotes the objects of the South Carolina Bar and promotes the education and professional development of government law in the State of South Carolina. Read more »



Sonya Cordina ’81 starts new commercial solar business in Charleston

Sonya Cordina ’81 and Keith Freeman join together to create VerdeSol, a new company in commercial solar. Sonya graduated from Presbyterian College and began her career as a children’s portrait artist. She continued that entrepreneurial spirit to launch and operate a wholesale business for 14 years focusing on strong customer relations. Most recently, her business connections and 40-year knowledge of the Charleston area led to her success in business development with a local commercial architectural firm. Sonya oversees all operations at VerdeSol along with marketing and business development. Read more »



Jay Cunningham ’19 Joins MassMutual South Carolina

James Mack Cunningham III has joined MassMutual South Carolina as a financial professional in the Charleston office. Jay holds a B.S. in Business, with a concentration in management from Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC. An avid outdoorsman and car enthusiast, Jay enjoys skiing, hunting, camping, fishing, and surfing. He is certified in Life, Accident, and Health Insurance. Read more »



Easley community honoring hometown hero Capt. Kimberly Hampton

A park named after Capt. Kimberly Hampton ’98, a fallen hero and Easley native, was dedicated Monday, March 2 at 10 a.m. by Hampton Memorial Library. Senator Lindsey Graham said a few remarks to honor Hampton at the ceremony. Hampton was killed in Iraq in 2004 and was the first female American military pilot to die in combat in history. She was 27. Read more »



Crusading lawyer, Bob Warren ’67, who fought for the “little guy,” including SRS workers dies at 75 

Bob Warren ’67, an attorney who fought a sometimes lonely and expensive battle against the federal government on behalf of workers sickened by radiation at a South Carolina nuclear weapons complex, died this week of kidney failure at his home in the North Carolina mountains. Read more »

In October of 2017, PC recognized Bob Warren ’67 with the Thomas Aurelius Stallworth ’55 Alumni award. Listen to his speech and read more about this award » 

Whitney B. Harrison ’07 named as one of the States 20 Under 40 young adult honorees

Whitney Harrison ’07 was recently interviewed and named to the State’s 20 Under 40. Whitney graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with honors in History. She is currently an attorney at McGowan, Hood & Felder, LLC. Read more »


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