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Honoring Lieutenant General Joseph E. Martz August 1, 2014
John Carter, R-TX
"LTG Martz knows that a great warrior is also a great scholar. After earning a Master’s in Education from the University of South Carolina, he served as a tactical officer and as the Executive Officer to the Commandant of Cadets at the United States Military Academy. While at the academy he influenced and groomed the future officers of the Army."
In Appreciation Of Earl F. Brown, Jr. August 1, 2014
Joe Wilson, R-SC
"(The State) Earl Felton Brown, Jr. Columbia.—Funeral services for Mr. Earl Felton Brown, Jr. will be held Thursday at 12:00 noon, at the Brookland Baptist Church, with burial and military honors in the Ft. Jackson National Cemetery. A family visitation will be held this evening beginning at 6:30 p.m., at the Leevy’s Funeral Home, Taylor Street Chapel. Born in Jacksonville, Florida, Mr. Brown graduated from Savannah State College and Benedict College. He completed additional studies at Duke University and the University of South Carolina School of Law, Court Administration Program. Throughout his distinguished career, he worked at W. A. Perry Middle School, Cheney State University, Vorhees College, the S.C. State Human Affairs Commission, and retired as the Deputy District Director of the Second Congressional District of South Carolina. He served his country in the United States Army, was a dedicated member of Brookland Baptist Church and Kappa Alpha Psi, Fraternity, Inc. Surviving are his former wife of 25 years, Rudyne Davis Brown; children, Felton Earl Brown, II and Kim Lanette (Marshall) Brown-Jackson; grandchild, TaiLa Sacarian Brown; great-grandchild, Juelz Domini Brown; his brother, Ernest Arnell (Beverly) Brown, sister, Doretha (Lester) Turner, other loving relatives and friends. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Brookland Foundation, 1066, Sunset Blvd., West Columbia, "
Energy Action Team July 22, 2014
Jeffrey Duncan, R-SC
"Let’s allow the seismic work, and let’s allow universities like the University of South Carolina do it. Being a Clemson graduate, it pains me to say that the University of South Carolina and Dr. James Knapp are leading the way, teaching the young, new minds to use that seismic technology and look at those graphs and figure out where those resources are. He is doing tremendous work there at the University of South Carolina. Let’s open up more areas."
Tribute To Dr. Fredrick M.G. Evans June 30, 2014
James Clyburn, D-SC
"Dr. Evans received his undergraduate degree from Clark Atlanta University and a Masters Degree from the University of South Carolina in secondary education. He continued his education and received an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from the University of Sarasota. Dr. Evans has been a positive and productive citizen of South Carolina for decades."
Lowering Gasoline Prices To Fuel An America That Works Act Of 2014 June 26, 2014
Jeffrey Duncan, R-SC
"Madam Chairman, I am wearing a Clemson Tiger Paw and an orange tie today in support of Clemson University, but I will tell you that the University of South Carolina has a leading program on geology and seismic testing. Dr. James Knapp testified before this committee about what they can do in looking at 3-D and 4-D 21st century technology to find the resources, to pinpoint those resources, and to maximize the production of those resources. That is what we want—to partner with the universities as Mr. Wittman mentioned—in order to help shape the minds and opportunities and the potential of future leaders within the energy realm."

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