Patrick L. Sudduth

Patrick L. Sudduth

Patrick L. Sudduth

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Mr. Sudduth is a retired educator from The School District of Greenville County. He earned a bachelor's degree from Presbyterian College, a Master of Education from Clemson University, and earned additional credit in Education Administration from Furman University.

Mr. Sudduth has served as President of the YMCA, Greer Golf and Country Club, and was named Outstanding Educator by the Greer Jaycees. He is a member of Kappa Delta Pi at Furman University.

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Greater Greenville Young Men's Christian Association - Ymca Of Greenville

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Former Logistic Manager at AT&T, Inc.

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Founder at Expressions Unlimited, Inc.

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Former Faculty Member at Greenville County Schools

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Executive Director at Carolinas Institute for Community Policing

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Member, Board of Trustees at Greenville County Schools

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Registered Artist, Residence Program at South Carolina Arts Commission

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Vice President, Construction Management Division at M. B. Kahn Construction Co., Inc.

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Executive Director at Greenville County First Steps

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Former President at The Bramlett Agency

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Civil Engineer at City of Greenville (South Carolina)

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Master of Education

Clemson University is an American public, coeducational, land-grant and sea-grant research university located in Clemson, South Carolina, United States. Founded in 1889, Clemson University consists of five colleges: Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences; Architecture, Arts and Humanities; Business and Behavioral Sciences; Engineering and Science; and Health, Education and Human Development.

Education Administration, Kappa Delta Pi

Founded in 1826, Furman is the oldest private university in South Carolina. The school is named for Richard Furman, a clergyman considered the most important Baptist leader before the Civil War. Furman was pastor of the First Baptist Church in Charleston, S.C., and became the first president of the Triennial Convention, the first national body of Baptists in America. The South Carolina Baptist Convention established Furman’s original campus in Edgefield, S.C., but over the next three decades, the campus changed locations three times before arriving in downtown Greenville, S.C., in 1851. Originally founded as a men’s academy and theological institute, the theological school broke away from Furman in 1858 to become the Southern Baptist Seminary. In 1924, Furman was named one of four collegiate beneficiaries of the Duke Endowment. The Duke Endowment grants sustained Furman through the Great Depression, helped the university coordinate with Greenville Woman’s College in the 1930s, and bolstered the university’s effort to pursue a new campus location. Furman broke ground on its current location north of its home city in 1953. The school would also become independent in 1992, breaking ties with the South Carolina Baptist Convention. Today, Furman’s 750-acre campus features an Asian garden, a replica of Henry David Thoreau’s cabin, the David E. Shi Center for Sustainability, a Florentine bell tower, a spring-fed lake, 13 miles of paved trails through the woodlands and an 18-hole golf course. It’s not just the school’s beautiful location that makes Furman a great place to learn. Throughout the years, the university has worked to strengthen its residential campus community, rich student life, and rigorous academics.

Bachelor's Degree

When Presbyterian College was established as Clinton College in 1880, the South was left in ruins from the Civil War and Reconstruction. Dr. William Plumer Jacobs arrived in Clinton in 1864, when the town was a struggling crossroads known for its bars. His work to establish Thornwell Orphanage in 1875 and Presbyterian College in 1880 breathed fresh air into the community.

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Long recognized as a leader in public education, Greenville County Schools is the largest public school system in South Carolina and the 46th largest public school system in the nation. Each day the District challenges and inspires more than 72,000 young people in grades K-12 to meet the demands of the future.

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When Presbyterian College was established as Clinton College in 1880, the South was left in ruins from the Civil War and Reconstruction. Dr. William Plumer Jacobs arrived in Clinton in 1864, when the town was a struggling crossroads known for its bars. His work to establish Thornwell Orphanage in 1875 and Presbyterian College in 1880 breathed fresh air into the community.

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