We are fortunate to have one of the most giving communities you could live in. People here give of their time and other resources on a regular basis. In the past, I had fun coaching, being on a few boards, and even serving as mayor of small-town Kershaw, SC. Today, Justice4Kids, keeping our community informed, and recognizing people that make a difference in our community is my focus.
Marshall grew up in Concord, North Carolina. His story is amazing. Marshall grew up in a foster home for most of his childhood. He was eventually adopted. After graduating high school, Marshall joined the U.S. Navy and served until he was seriously injured. The injury took over a year of recovery. However, Marshall proved once again to be resilient in the face of adversity. Just one year later, he attended college at USC-Greensboro where he met his wife, now of 21 years. Marshall majored in criminal justice and went on to be a juvenile court counsellor working with kids growing up in the same system like him.
Chad is from Lancaster and graduated from Lancaster High School. After a few years working for his father, Chad decided he wanted to donate his extra time to serving others and became a volunteer fire fighter for Lancaster County. Now, Chad works as a fire fighter for The South Carolina Forestry Commission.
Will is a Lancaster native and graduated from Buford High School. After graduating from Georgetown, Edgewater Golf Course was looking for an assistant golf pro and Will was offered the job. Like many public amenities during the current pandemic, Edgewater has made many changes to ensure the safety and comfort of their players.