Two SCC Trustees Reappointed

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At the July Southeastern Community College Board of Trustees Meeting, reappointed board members Robert Ezzell and Terray Suggs were sworn in by Columbus County Clerk of Court Jess Hill. Ezzell is a Columbus County Commissioners’ appointee and has served on the board since 2012. His term will expire in 2020. Suggs is a North Carolina Governor’s appointee appointed by Beverly Perdue in 2012 and recently reappointed by Governor Pat McCrory. His term will expire in 2020.

 

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Columbus County Clerk of Court Jess Hill, SCC Board Chair Henry Edmund, Reappointed Board Members Terray Suggs and Robert Ezzell, and SCC President Dr. Tony Clarke.

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