OHC Board of Directors

OHC leadership is drawn from our general membership.  Directors serve staggered 2-year terms.  

Elections occur in January.  For information about becoming a member of the board please contact us.

OFFICERS:

Kevin Robinson  President – Kevin Robinson is a graduate of Clemson University and currently works for Oconee County’s Delinquent Tax Office.  He is a lifelong resident of Oconee County.

Jonathan Fritz – Vice-President – Jon Fritz is a graduate of Clemson University and Landscape Designer with Bluestem Landscape Design LLC.  Jon has worked with the OHC on branding concepts, marketing materials, and exhibit design.

Terri Corbett – Secretary – Terri LeCroy Corbett is an Oconee native who has taught for the School District of Oconee for 25 years. She is currently Assistant Principal at Tamassee-Salem Elementary School.

Patsy Earnhardt – Treasurer – Patsy Earnhardt is a resident of Salem.  She is recently retired from Duke Energy as Project Manager.

DIRECTORS:

  • Andy Brooks is a native of Pickens County and graduate of Clemson University. He has worked with Michelin for 22 years, currently in Quality Assurance. Andy plays 5 instruments and has taught fiddle lessons as part of the OHC’s Young Appalachian Musicians/Evening Music Program since its beginning.
  • Suzanne Earle is a native of Walhalla and graduate of Clemson University and Mercer University.  She is a member of the South Carolina Bar Association.
  • Terry England is a lifelong resident of Oconee County and graduate of Westminster High School and Clemson University. He was employed with the Kendall Company for 33 years and then spent 10 years of retirement as a substitute teacher for the School District of Oconee.  He is a regular volunteer at the OHC General Store Museum.
  • Kevin Harbin is a lifelong resident of Oconee County and employee of Tugalo Gas.  Kevin restores and preserves antique farm equipment at Snow Creek Mills.
  • Dave LaVere earned his PhD in Curriculum and Instruction from Clemson University.  He has published several items related to the Cherokee Lower Towns.
  • Megan Shockley is a Professor of History at Clemson University and coordinates the Public History/Museum Studies undergraduate program.
  • Betty Wallace is a long-time resident of Walhalla and a Charter member of the OHC Board of Directors.

 

 

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