The Citadel Alumni Association

The Association is organized and shall operate a supporting organization exclusively for the benefit of, to perform the functions of, and to carry out the purposes of The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina ("The Citadel").

Operating as usual

06/16/2021

Morris Township, N.J., will dedicate a field to the late Capt Brian McNally, USMCR, '10, on June 19.

https://www.morristwp.com/DocumentCenter/View/8315/Capt-Brian-McNally-Field-Dedication-

Morris Township, N.J., will dedicate a field to the late Capt Brian McNally, USMCR, '10, on June 19.

https://www.morristwp.com/DocumentCenter/View/8315/Capt-Brian-McNally-Field-Dedication-

Bristol Native Col. Scott Maskery Retires After Distinguished 28-Year Air Force Career 06/12/2021

Bristol Native Col. Scott Maskery Retires After Distinguished 28-Year Air Force Career

After more than 28 years of service Col Scott Maskery, '92, the Army and Air Force Exchange Service’s Pacific Region commander, retired from the U.S. Air Force.

https://www.dvidshub.net/news/398579/bristol-native-col-scott-maskery-retires-after-distinguished-28-year-air-force-career

Bristol Native Col. Scott Maskery Retires After Distinguished 28-Year Air Force Career CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa – After more than 28 years of service to our Nation in the U.S. Air Force, Col. Scott P. Maskery, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service’s Pacific Region commander, is preparing for his next chapter. Maskery, a native of Bristol, Connecticut, who has spent nearly five years a...

06/11/2021

Wes Brashier, ’02, has announced that he will step away from his Anderson University role to become president of Hope Road Properties.

https://andersonuniversity.edu/news/dr-wes-brashier-lead-hope-road-properties-will-be-greatly-missed

Wes Brashier, ’02, has announced that he will step away from his Anderson University role to become president of Hope Road Properties.

https://andersonuniversity.edu/news/dr-wes-brashier-lead-hope-road-properties-will-be-greatly-missed

06/10/2021

Members of the Classes of 2022 and 2023, parents, family and friends, you don't have to wait until Commencement to purchase a life membership in The Citadel Alumni Association. You may sign up any time at citadelalumni.org/join. Be sure to choose the Current Student option to receive the discounted membership rate!

Members of the Classes of 2022 and 2023, parents, family and friends, you don't have to wait until Commencement to purchase a life membership in The Citadel Alumni Association. You may sign up any time at citadelalumni.org/join. Be sure to choose the Current Student option to receive the discounted membership rate!

Trent joins Countybank as SBA business development officer 06/09/2021

Trent joins Countybank as SBA business development officer

David Trent, ’02, joined Countybank as vice president and SBA business development officer in Greenwood.

Trent joins Countybank as SBA business development officer Countybank is pleased to welcome David Trent as vice president and SBA business development officer in Greenwood.

The Citadel replaces historic academic building 06/08/2021

The Citadel replaces historic academic building

The Citadel replaces historic academic building The Citadel is planning to start the demolition of the historic Capers Hall on campus.

Jentzen joins Hamilton Medical Center as medical director of Critical Care 06/07/2021

Jentzen joins Hamilton Medical Center as medical director of Critical Care

Dr. Noah Jentzen, '08, joined Hamilton Medical Center as medical director of critical care.

Jentzen joins Hamilton Medical Center as medical director of Critical Care Dr. Noah Jentzen says he was excited to join Hamilton Medical Center because of HMC’s commitment to having a critical care department focused on practicing the highest level of clinical

06/06/2021

Remembering D-Day, June 6, 1944, and our Citadel Alumni who fought and those who were lost in the Invasion of Normandy and after.

Remembering D-Day, June 6, 1944, and our Citadel Alumni who fought and those who were lost in the Invasion of Normandy and after.

Advocate Health Advisors Names Jason Luquire Regional Manager 06/04/2021

Advocate Health Advisors Names Jason Luquire Regional Manager

Jason Luquire, '85, joined Advocate Health Advisors as regional manager.

Advocate Health Advisors Names Jason Luquire Regional Manager One of your neighbors posted in Business. Click through to read what they have to say. (The views expressed in this post are the author’s own.)

For Georgia's Outgoing Elections Director, Evidence And Communication Are Keys To Success 06/03/2021

For Georgia's Outgoing Elections Director, Evidence And Communication Are Keys To Success

Christopher Harvey, '89, left his role as Georgia elections director to be the deputy director of the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council.

For Georgia's Outgoing Elections Director, Evidence And Communication Are Keys To Success Georgia's outgoing elections director Chris Harvey said the secret to successful elections lies with more proactive work with local officials and that the keys to both rebuilding confidence and shutting down conspiracies is showing evidence of things that go right.

They met at The Citadel. 35 years later, a Fort Mill teacher gave his ‘brother’ a kidney 06/02/2021

They met at The Citadel. 35 years later, a Fort Mill teacher gave his ‘brother’ a kidney

Bill White and Rob Settin, both Class of 1988, were featured in a Rock Hill Herald article after White gave a kidney to Settin.

They met at The Citadel. 35 years later, a Fort Mill teacher gave his ‘brother’ a kidney They hadn’t spoken in more than three decades. But when he saw a classmate had been searching for a kidney, this man took action. This is their story.

New chief has outdoors roots 06/01/2021

New chief has outdoors roots

The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission named Austin Booth, '08, as the agency's 19th director.

New chief has outdoors roots LITTLE ROCK -- The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission named Austin Booth as the agency's 19th director Thursday, succeeding Director Pat Fitts, who will retire June 30.

05/28/2021

Dr. Thomas Harper III, ’69, is retiring from Charleston Allergy & Asthma after a 40-year career as a board-certified allergist.

Dr. Thomas Harper III, ’69, is retiring from Charleston Allergy & Asthma after a 40-year career as a board-certified allergist.

It's almost like Samonte never left Hanahan High School 05/27/2021

It's almost like Samonte never left Hanahan High School

Cyril Samonte, ’91, was featured in a Summerville Journal Scene article on his work as a volunteer with Hanahan High School’s student-athletes.

It's almost like Samonte never left Hanahan High School Hanahan High School’s former media technology teacher has a full-time gig at nearby Trident Technical College, and has for two years, but that hasn’t stopped him from serving in an

Bucs Add Former Hurricanes CB Dee Delaney 05/26/2021

Bucs Add Former Hurricanes CB Dee Delaney

Dee Delaney, ’17, signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Bucs Add Former Hurricanes CB Dee Delaney Tampa Bay has signed second-year cornerback Dee Delaney, who has previously played for Jacksonville and Washington and who finished his college career at the University of Miami

Florence County Council Vice Chairman Steven DeBerry attends last meeting before becoming a judge 05/25/2021

Florence County Council Vice Chairman Steven DeBerry attends last meeting before becoming a judge

Florence County Council Vice Chairman Steven DeBerry IV, ’03, resigned from the council to begin serving as an at-large circuit court judge.

Florence County Council Vice Chairman Steven DeBerry attends last meeting before becoming a judge FLORENCE, S.C. – Thursday marked the last Florence County Council meeting for Vice Chairman Steven DeBerry IV. DeBerry, a Republican representing District 6 on the council, said Thursday morning that

South County coach talks recognition, coaching philosophy 05/24/2021

South County coach talks recognition, coaching philosophy

Tynan Rolander, ’11, featured in a Fairfax County (Va.) Times article on his state championship football coaching at South County High School.

South County coach talks recognition, coaching philosophy Tynan Rolander is the coach who has brought the South County High Varsity Football team to contention in two consecutive state championships, winning one against Oscar Smith High School in

Watch now: Kingsport Mayor Pat Shull wins second term 05/21/2021

Watch now: Kingsport Mayor Pat Shull wins second term

Pat Shull, '75, was re-elected mayor of Kingsport, Tenn., on May 18, receiving 64% of the vote against two opponents.

Watch now: Kingsport Mayor Pat Shull wins second term In the race for alderman, Paul Montgomery, Colette George and Betsy Cooper won the three seats on Tuesday's ballot.

Deon Jackson new superintendent of Berkeley County School District 05/20/2021

Deon Jackson new superintendent of Berkeley County School District

Deon Jackson, '99, CGC '05, will be the new superintendent of Berkeley County School District.

Deon Jackson new superintendent of Berkeley County School District Deon Jackson will be the new superintendent of Berkeley County School District (BCSD). The decision was reached at Wednesday's school board meeting. Jackson will begin his tenure as superintendent on July 1. Jackson served as the interim superintendent after Brenda Blackburn left and before Eddie In...

05/18/2021

Brian Gural, '06, is the new president of the Fortis Corporation, which provides chauffeured services and security for private travel.

https://www.prweb.com/releases/fortis_announces_new_president_brian_gural/prweb17938539.htm

Brian Gural, '06, is the new president of the Fortis Corporation, which provides chauffeured services and security for private travel.

https://www.prweb.com/releases/fortis_announces_new_president_brian_gural/prweb17938539.htm

05/17/2021

Members of the Fayetteville-Sandhills Citadel Club, Club President Bill Washo, '71, and CAA District 12 Director Bernard Benson, ’89, presented Tyler Fox, ’16, with his Citadel Ring, which was lost for four years, and a provisional appointment certificate for his newborn son, Bennett.

Members of the Fayetteville-Sandhills Citadel Club, Club President Bill Washo, '71, and CAA District 12 Director Bernard Benson, ’89, presented Tyler Fox, ’16, with his Citadel Ring, which was lost for four years, and a provisional appointment certificate for his newborn son, Bennett.

05/15/2021

Today is National Armed Forces Day, a day to pay tribute to the men and women of the Armed Forces.

Today is also Peace Officers Memorial Day, a day to pay tribute to the local, state and federal peace officers who have died, or who have been disabled, in the line of duty.

Please join us in thanking and remembering those who so bravely serve for us.

Today is National Armed Forces Day, a day to pay tribute to the men and women of the Armed Forces.

Today is also Peace Officers Memorial Day, a day to pay tribute to the local, state and federal peace officers who have died, or who have been disabled, in the line of duty.

Please join us in thanking and remembering those who so bravely serve for us.

05/14/2021

Twenty-eight years ago tomorrow, May 15, President Ronald Reagan gave the Commencement address to the Class of 1993.

Read his remarks here: https://citadeldigitalarchives.omeka.net/items/show/1075

Twenty-eight years ago tomorrow, May 15, President Ronald Reagan gave the Commencement address to the Class of 1993.

Read his remarks here: https://citadeldigitalarchives.omeka.net/items/show/1075

05/12/2021

May 12, 2001, I Wear The Ring: Pat Conroy, '67, gave the Commencement address to The Citadel's Class of 2001.

Read the speech here: https://patconroy.com/the-citadel-commencement-speech-i-wear-the-ring/

May 12, 2001, I Wear The Ring: Pat Conroy, '67, gave the Commencement address to The Citadel's Class of 2001.

Read the speech here: https://patconroy.com/the-citadel-commencement-speech-i-wear-the-ring/

Hap McSween Named to National Academy of Sciences - News 05/10/2021

Hap McSween Named to National Academy of Sciences - News

Dr. Hap McSween, '67, elected to the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, in recognition of his research on and exploration of the solar system.

Hap McSween Named to National Academy of Sciences - News “Hap” McSween, Chancellor’s Professor emeritus in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s College of Arts and Sciences, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.

05/09/2021
05/08/2021

Congratulations to our 300 New Student Life Members graduating today and tomorrow and to all of the Class of 2021! #thecitadelclassof2021

Congratulations to our 300 New Student Life Members graduating today and tomorrow and to all of the Class of 2021! #thecitadelclassof2021

05/07/2021

This is last call for the Class of 2021 current student CAA Life Membership rate of $400.00. After tomorrow the cost will increase so please purchase today! Membership must be paid in full to receive this reduced rate. Visit citadelalumni.org/join and choose the Current Student option. Thank you to everyone who has already signed up!

This is last call for the Class of 2021 current student CAA Life Membership rate of $400.00. After tomorrow the cost will increase so please purchase today! Membership must be paid in full to receive this reduced rate. Visit citadelalumni.org/join and choose the Current Student option. Thank you to everyone who has already signed up!

05/06/2021

It's beginning to look a lot like Graduation! #thecitadelclassof2021

It's beginning to look a lot like Graduation! #thecitadelclassof2021

Jimmy Bowen: Making music with my friends 05/05/2021

Jimmy Bowen: Making music with my friends

Jimmy Bowen, '85, in a Wilson (Tenn.) Post article on his music career.

Jimmy Bowen: Making music with my friends Jimmy Bowen is a picker, a singer, a songwriter and an actor but earns his bread and butter as a financial adviser. He is also the host of a musical

Spartanburg County elections director retiring; Berkeley County director to take over 05/04/2021

Spartanburg County elections director retiring; Berkeley County director to take over

Henry Laye, '67, retires as Spartanburg County elections director.

Spartanburg County elections director retiring; Berkeley County director to take over Longtime Spartanburg County elections director Henry Laye retiring after 14 years. Adam Hammons of Berkeley County will replace him.

05/03/2021

Class of 2021 cadets, students, family and friends: You still have until Commencement day, May 8, 2021, to purchase a CAA Life membership at the reduced rate of $400.00. The membership must be paid in full by May 8 to receive this discounted price.

To join, visit citadelalumni.org/join and choose the Current Student option.

Class of 2021 cadets, students, family and friends: You still have until Commencement day, May 8, 2021, to purchase a CAA Life membership at the reduced rate of $400.00. The membership must be paid in full by May 8 to receive this discounted price.

To join, visit citadelalumni.org/join and choose the Current Student option.

The Citadel Alumni Association

Purposes. The Association is organized and shall operate a supporting

organization exclusively for the benefit of, to perform the functions of, and to carry out the

purposes ofThe Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina ("The Citadel"). To this end,

the objectives of the Association shall include the following:

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International Bagpipe Day, March 10
The CAA: 2020 Year in Review
Mike Troxel, '86, owner of The Tricksy Pig
Arch Watking, '99, Old Line Spirits
Alumni-owned Civvie Supply
Chip Nimmich, '76, your new CAA President
The Class of 1970
Remembering September 11, 2001
August 5, 2020, was to have been depature day for the 2020 Alumni Travel trip to Scotland.
Fall 2020
Citadel Alumni Fall Return Town Hall

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