SCC Appoints Two New Board Members

Monday, November 16th, 2020

Dr. Timothy Lance was appointed by North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper. Lance takes the place of outgoing board member Terray Suggs. He is from Dunbar, South Carolina, a pastor, retired U.S. Army Chaplain, and counselor at Evergreen Elementary School.

Eugene Wayman was appointed by the Columbus County Board of Commissioners. Wayman will take over the unexpired term of Virginia Pickett-Council, who died on August 9, 2020. Wayman is from Lake Waccamaw. He is a retired Air Force colonel and currently serves as the Director of Trinity Episcopal Church in Lumberton.

“I revere this institution and I’m happy to be here,” Wayman told the board.

Lance and Wayman were sworn in by Columbus County Clerk of Court Jess Hill.

Pictured: Jess Hill, Jack Hooks, Timothy Lance, Eugene Wayman, and Chris English

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