William Sibley, Jr. Trustee emeritus William Sibley, Jr. joins a distinguished group of supporters who have given not only their treasure but also their skill to secure the future of Presbyterian College. A native of Spartanburg, S.C., Sibley grew up in Union before going off to college and earning a degree from Georgia Tech. He
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Bill ’62 & Fran Matthews Presbyterian College alumnus and former College trustee Bill Matthews took to heart his alma mater’s motto, Dum Vivimus Servimus, with a lifetime of leadership and service. A native of Gastonia, N.C., Matthews is the retired president and board member of the Belk Matthews Stores and a 1962 graduate of PC.
Frank C. King ’64 An educator and businessman, Frank C. King’s generous spirit of working for children and customers has extended to his beloved alma mater. The Valdosta, Ga., native is a 1964 graduate of Presbyterian College who made public education his first career. From 1964 to 1974, King was a teacher and coach at
Jeffrey ’79 & Rebecca ’80 Reynolds “While we live, we serve” best sums up the relationship alumni Jeffrey and Becky Reynolds have with their alma mater. Jeffrey attended PC in the dual degree program and graduated from Clemson in 1979 with a degree in civil engineering. Becky earned her degree in special education from PC
Ben and I met in French class on the first floor of Neville. Ben had forgotten his French textbook, so he asked if he could slide his desk over and look at mine. This sparked the first conversations between the two of us. Conveniently, Ben continued to forget his French textbook (maybe he never even
Stephen and I first met through FCA his freshman year. I was on leadership and he was helping Jason Ridlehoover with music. (The Jason-Stephen show is still one of my favorite musical acts.) We got to know each other over the next few years and our friendship deepened. During my junior year, we began having
Although we saw one another at various campus events during our first two years at PC, we didn’t officially meet until Spring 2009 as juniors. As the new semester began, Seth returned from a term abroad in Chile and Lance enjoyed the view from his room’s balcony on the front of Georgia Hall (a space