FMU will honor alumni at awards event Thursday
FLORENCE, S.C. -- Francis Marion University will honor some its top alumni Thursday night at its annual Alumni Awards event at the FMU Performing Arts Center.
Randy Dozier (’77), superintendent of the Georgetown County Schools, will be honored as FMU’s Outstanding Alumnus of the Year.
Randy Reynolds (’88), the chief of the security, plans and operations office at Army Geospatial Center in Washington, D.C., will receive the Professional Industry Award-Public Service and Law. Baron Davis (’95), the superintendent of Richland County School District Two, will received the Professional Industry Award-Education and Arts, and W.R. “Cody” Simpson III (’13, ’17) will receive the Benjamin Wall Ingram III Young Alumnus award. Simpson is an aide to South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster.
The event will start with a reception with hors d’oeuvres,at 5:30 p.m.
Deposits for tickets for the evening are $20 and can be obtained at fmarion.edu/alumni. If the tickets go unused, the deposit can be refunded or turned into a donation at the discretion of purchaser.