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march 18-20, 2016 - South Carolina Bankers Association
YOUNG BANKERS ANNUAL CONFERENCE
MARCH 18-20, 2016
OMNI GROVE PARK INN
ASHEVILLE, N.C.
“Being a part of the SCBA’s Young Bankers Division for more than 15 years has been one of the most
rewarding experiences of my banking career. It has enabled me to develop lifelong friendships and truly
learn what the banking industry is all about.”
–
Glenn D. Buddin Jr., Chief Executive Officer, Blue Ridge Bank
Grove Park Golf Course takes advantage of the beautiful scenery around the Omni Grove Park Inn.
Grove Park Course Offers Chance to Play Premier Golf
T
he Grove Park Golf Course or eliminated and tee boxes were restoration, garnering national publicioffers individuals the unusual modified.
ty.
opportunity to tee off on a But in 2001, the Grove Park owner- Golfweek proclaimed the course as
legendary course in full view of the ship made the commitment to a $2.5- the “Best Restoration” designation in
beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains.
million “retro-design” of the old 2002; Golf Digest listed the course as
Swing into a round of golf on the course, returning it to the original “One of the ten best courses in the
legendary 18-hole course at The Omni Donald Ross plans of the late 1920s.
United States that is 100 years old or
Grove Park Inn.
Already considered one of North more" in 2004; and the following year
The 6,400-yard, 18-hole champion- Carolina’s better courses before the North Carolina golf magazine ranked
ship course has been played by PGA restoration, the Grove Park Golf the course No. 32 among Tar Heel
stars Bobby Jones, Ben Hogan and Course received rave reviews after the State courses, up from No. 69 the preJack Nicklaus, and even
vious year.
President Obama.
By today’s standards,
The golf course at the
the Grove Park Golf
Omni Grove Park Inn
Course rests on a small
first opened for play in
area – only 80 acres –
1899 as the Asheville
with holes running parCountry Club. Several
allel to each other.
designers were inBut thanks to with
volved in the first
tree-lined fairways, golf
course layout but it
holes separated by elewasn’t until the midvation changes, natural
1920s when Donald
areas filled with tall
Ross added his magical
fescue grass roughs or
touch that the course
meandering
streams
began to garner rethat will dissect a fairnown.
way bringing water into
Over the years, Ross’
play on six holes, the
design was changed as
course seems bigger
greens were rounded, Grove Park Golf Course offers golfers the chance to tee off at a legend- than it is, according to
ary course in full view of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
bunkers were moved
Carolina Golf Journal.
Former Yankees Great, Gamecocks Manager to Speak
B
obby Richardson, former New
York Yankees star and the man
considered the father of Gamecock baseball, will speak on Saturday,
March 19, during
the Young Bankers
Conference Prayer
Breakfast.
Richardson’s
strong faith and
commitment to the
Lord is as important
to him as baseball.
Richardson
He considers himself an ordinary person who has accomplished extraordinary things, and
has been a witness.
As you hear him at the Prayer Breakfast, you will see that he has really
accomplished incredible things and
used his gifts to help others build their
lives. Richardson, a Sumter native,
spent 12 seasons (1955-1966) with the
New York Yankees, playing in seven
World Series and was part of four
World Championship teams.
He helped the Bronx Bombers to
championship titles in 1956, 1958,
1961 and 1962. His teammates during
his tenure with the Yankees included
such luminaries as Mickey Mantle,
Whitey Ford, Yogi Berra, Roger Maris
and Enos Slaughter.
Richardson served as the head baseball coach at USC from 1970 to 1976
and led the Gamecocks to their first
NCAA Tournament appearance in
1974.
A year later he directed USC to a 516-1 record and its first College World
Series appearance. The Gamecocks
advanced all the way to the championship game before finishing second
to Texas.
During Richardson’s tenure, South
Carolina posted a 221-92-1 record and
registered three NCAA Tournament
appearances. He later coached in his
hometown at the University of South
Carolina-Sumter.
In his 2012 book, Impact Player,
Richardson details his life story, including tales from the juggernaut Yankee teams of the 1950s and ‘60s and
his Christian faith.
Prior registration is required for this
event.
Saturday Night Entertainment Features ‘Let’s Make a Deal’
Get ready for a fun and entertaining Carolina version of
“Let's Make a Deal!” Audience members are encouraged to
dress up, as players are picked at the host’s whim, and if you
have a wacky costume, or crazy sign you have a better
chance to play the game. Our host also may ask for common
“things” to trade with … perhaps a box of tissues, or a hairbrush or a shiny penny.
The game is played where a trader is given a prize of medium value and the host offers them the opportunity to trade
for another prize behind one of the three doors, or the boxes that are brought on stage.
The initial prize given to the trader may conceal a bigger
prize, such as cash or gift certificates. Prizes can fool you … it
can be a legitimate prize, or it could be a “Zonk,” or booby
prize. But sometimes inside the “zonk” is the real prize. You
never know what’s going to happen when you play “Let’s
Make A Deal” so dress your best and bring all your random
items and get ready to deal!
Friday, March 18
Economy, Legislature Scheduled for Friday Agenda
1:00-5:00 p.m.
Registration
3:00-5:00 p.m.
Afternoon Business Session
Young Bankers Division Welcome
Blake G. Taylor
Chairman-Elect, Young Bankers Division
Senior Vice President, Southern First Bank
Cayce, SC
SCBA Welcome
Fred L. Green, III
President and Chief Executive Officer
SCBA
Columbia, SC
David M. Lominack
Chairman, SCBA
South Carolina Market President
TD Bank, N.A.
Greenville, SC
‘Legislative Update’
Senator Thomas C. Alexander
Chairman, Senate Labor, Commerce and
Industry Committee
Wahalla, SC
‘Economic Update’
Scott Baier, Director
BB&T Center for Education and Policy Studies
Clemson University
Clemson, SC
Scott Baier received his PhD from Michigan State in 1996.
From 1996-2000, he served on the faculty at the University
of Notre Dame. He joined the faculty at Clemson in 2001
and he is a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank in
Atlanta. More recently, Baier served as an economic adviser to the President in 2007-2008. As a member of the
Council of Economic Advisers, he provided economic analyses of current events, pending legislation and, and assisted with the production of the Economic Report of the President. While on the council, Baier worked on international
issues including trade agreements and U.S.-China trade
relations. Baier has also worked as a trade consultant for
the European Union and Switzerland. Baier’s awardwinning research focuses on international trade, and economic growth and development. His project, “The Causes
and Consequences of Regionalization” was supported by a
grant from the National Science Foundation. Two of Baier’s
articles have been recognized with “best paper” awards in
recent years. His recent paper “How Important are Capital
and Total Factor Productivity for Economic Growth?” (Joint
with fellow Clemson Economics Robert Tamura, and Jerry
Dwyer of the Atlanta Fed) won the 2007 Best Article Award
in Economic Inquiry. His paper on “The Growth of World
Trade” (with Jeff Bergstrand) won the Bhagwati Award for
the best paper in the Journal of International Economics in
the years 2001 and 2002.
Sen. Thomas C. Alexander was elected to the South Carolina Senate in 1994. Alexander chairs the Labor, Commerce
and Industry Committee; the Public Utility Review Committee, and serves on the Finance Committee (Chair,
Health and Human Services Subcommittee, which includes
the Lt. Governor’s Office on Aging); Medical Affairs Com6:15-7:15 p.m.
mittee; Banking and Insurance Committee and Joint Bond
Review. While serving in the S.C. House of Representatives
he chaired the Labor, Commerce and Industry Committee.
Senator Alexander is the first S.C. legislator to serve as
chairman of the S.C. House of Representatives – Labor,
Commerce and Industry Committee and Chairman of the
SC Senate – Labor, Commerce and Industry Committee. A
native South Carolinian, who resides in the Town of Walhalla in Oconee County with his wife, Lynda. Alexander is a
businessman and owner of Alexander’s Office Supply
stores and Cleveland Gospel Supply. He holds a Bachelor of
Science Degree in Economics from Clemson University.
Welcome Reception
Dinner on Your Own
Saturday, March 19
Saturday to Feature Social Media Awareness, Panel
8:00-9:00 a.m.
Prayer Breakfast
Panel Discussion
R. Thornwell Dunlap, III
Chief Executive Officer
Countybank
Greenwood, SC
SCBA Outstanding Young Banker, 1996
Coach Bobby Richardson
Sumter, SC
(Prior Registration required)
8:15-9:00 a.m.
Continental Breakfast
9:15 a.m.-Noon
Second Business Session
R. Montague Laffitte, III
Central Regional President, Sr. Vice
President
South State Bank
Columbia, SC
SCBA Outstanding Young Banker, 2015
Opening Remarks
Glenn D. Buddin, Jr.
Young Bankers Division Chairman
Chief Executive Officer
Blue Ridge Bank
Walhalla, SC
R. Scott Plyler
President
South Atlantic Bank
Myrtle Beach, SC
SCBA Outstanding Young Banker, 2009
‘Social Media Awareness and
Cyber Bullying’
Susan Wind
kNOwmore
Mooresville, NC
Susan Wind is a college professor who has taught, designed and implemented Criminal Justice Courses
throughout the US for the past twelve years. She has
worked in different entities of the criminal justice system.
For the past nine years, she has been doing consulting
work with a national banking company which provides
training to financial institutions all over the U.S. relating to
cybercrimes (i.e., money laundering, identity theft, atm/
debit card thefts, fraud, etc.). For the past four years, she
has been conducting research and offering programs for Afternoon
local businesses on cyber-bullying and social media awareness. Susan has published numerous articles on this topic
and developed curriculum for schools to implement in 1:00 p.m.
their training programs.
‘The Importance of Financial Literacy’
Robert P. Hucks, II
Senior Vice President-North Strand Market
Executive
Coastal Carolina National Bank
North Myrtle Beach, SC
John S. Poole
Chief Executive Officer
Carolina Alliance Bank
Spartanburg, SC
SCBA Outstanding Young Banker, 1991
Tricia P. “Trish” Springfield
Retail Banking Executive
Southern First Bank
Greenville, SC
Moderator
Free for Networking or Exploring
Asheville
Golf Outing (Prior Registration required)
(Lunch on your own)
7:00 p.m.
Reception
7:30 p.m.
Dinner and ‘Let’s Make a Deal’
SCBA Outstanding Young Banker
Past Recipients
James R. Fowler
Capital Bank & Trust, Belton
Robert V. Royall
The C&S National Bank of S.C., Columbia
Hugh M. Chapman
The C&S National Bank of S.C., Columbia
Arthur M. Bjontegard, Jr.
South Carolina National Bank, Columbia
John G.P. Boatwright
Bankers Trust of S.C., Columbia
L. Leon Patterson
The Palmetto Bank, Laurens
Paul F. Holcomb, Jr.
South Carolina National Bank, Columbia
W. Douglas King
First National Bank of S.C., Columbia
Henry S. Laffitte
Carolina Commercial Bank, Allendale
Claude E. Surface, Jr.
The Bank of Beaufort, Beaufort
Lloyd I. Hendricks
Southern Bank & Trust Company, Columbia
Mason Y. Garrett
Carolina National Bank, Easley
J. Harold Chandler
The C&S National Bank of S.C., Columbia
Joel A. Smith, III
Bankers Trust of South Carolina, Columbia
Douglas T. Yeates
Republic National Bank, Columbia
Stephen L. Chryst
The Anchor Bank, Myrtle Beach
R. Charles Eldridge, Jr.
South Carolina National Bank, Columbia
G. Anderson Douglas, Jr.
Rock Hill National Bank, Rock Hill
Mack I. Whittle, Jr.
Carolina First Bank, Greenville
Nancy L. Groden
The C&S National Bank of S.C., Columbia
William C. Barker
South Carolina National Bank, Columbia
John S. Poole
NCNB National Bank of S.C., Spartanburg
W. Jennings Duncan
The Conway National Bank, Conway
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
Richard A. Shirley
Southern National Bank of S.C., Anderson
Fred L. Green, III
The National Bank of S.C., Columbia
Sterling J.U. Laffitte
The Exchange Bank, Estill
R. Thornwell Dunlap, III
The County Bank, Greenwood
Michael C. Crapps
First Community Bank, Lexington
James A. Bennett
First Citizens Bank, Columbia
F. Justin Strickland
Carolina First Bank, Columbia
Robert R. Hill, Jr.
First National Bank, Orangeburg
L. Andrew Westbrook
BB&T of South Carolina, Spartanburg
Peter M. Bristow
First Citizens Bank, Columbia
James Barry Ham
The Bank of Clarendon, Manning
W. Gerald Stevens
CapitalBank, Greenwood
Samuel L. Erwin
Community Bancshares, Inc., Orangeburg
Edward McKelvey, Jr.
First Federal, Charleston
Kitty B. Payne
First National Bank of the South, Spartanburg
Michael E. Edens
The National Bank of S.C., Columbia
R. Scott Plyler
South Atlantic Bank, Myrtle Beach
Gray L. Henderson
Palmetto State Bank, Hampton
Tyler B. Hudson
NBSC, Columbia
J. Holt Chetwood
Wells Fargo, Columbia
Glenn D. Buddin, Jr.
Blue Ridge Bank, Walhalla
Kevin W. Lindler
First Citizens, Columbia
R. Montague Laffitte, III
South State Bank, Columbia
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
CFISC Outstanding Young Manager*
Chosen by the Community Financial Institutions of South Carolina
John L. Biediger
First Federal Savings and Loan, Anderson
Robert C. Bailey
First Federal, Charleston
Kent S. Dill
American Federal, Greenville
Jerry P. Gazes
First Federal, Charleston
Pat Berry
American Federal, Greenville
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
Sara B. Fisher
South Carolina Federal, Columbia
W. Maurice Poore
Oconee Federal Savings and Loan, Seneca
Randy L. Bell
The First Savings Bank, Clemson
Barry C. Visiou
Perpetual Bank, FSB, Anderson
Sherrie Hoffman
Provident Community Bank, Union
*The Community Financial Institutions of South Carolina merged with the South Carolina Bankers Association in 1997.
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
Young Bankers Division
Past Chairman
Nathan A. Bishop, Jr.
1955-56
The C&S National Bank of S.C., Columbia
R.M. Laffitte, The Exchange Bank, Estill
1956-57
J. Banks Scarborough, Pee Dee State Bank, Timmonsville 1957-58
Albert S. Wylie, South Carolina National Bank, Columbia 1958-59
W.W. Johnson, State Bank and Trust, Greenwood
1959-60
J.T. Williams, Jr., The National Bank of S.C., Sumter
1960-61
Marion C. Gray, Fairfax Bank and Trust Co., Fairfax
1961-62
Phillip Hungerford, Peoples National Bank, Greenville
1962-63
G.J. Sanders, Jr., Dorn National Bank, McCormick
1963-64
Jack L. Bitters, First National Bank of S.C., Charleston
1964-65
Mitchell Patton, The Belton Bank, Belton
1965-66
Lucius H. Weeks
1966-67
South Carolina National Bank, Greenwood
Dan F. Laney, Jr., The Peoples Bank, Bishopville
1967-68
W.H. Southworth, First National Bank of S.C., Columbia 1968-69
Charles A. Laffitte, Jr., Loan &Exchange Bank, Hampton 1969-70
C. Alex Spivey,
1970-71
Citizens and Southern National Bank of S.C., Conway
Howard Elkins, The Bank of Clarendon, Manning
1971-72
Coleman O. Glaze, First Citizens Bank, Charleston
1972-73
John C. Hankinson, Jr.
1973-74
South Carolina National Bank, Columbia
L. Leon Patterson, The Palmetto Bank, Laurens
1974-75
Dempsey B. Hammond
1975-76
First National Bank of S.C., Greenville
Augustus Burgdorf, The County Bank, Greenwood
1976-77
J. Stannard Hurteau
1977-78
South Carolina National Bank, Charleston
Joel A. Smith, III, Bankers Trust of S.C., Columbia
1978-79
H. Phelps Brooks, III
1979-80
The Peoples National Bank of Chester, Chester
Henry S. Laffitte, Carolina Commercial Bank, Allendale 1980-81
Douglas T. Yeates, Republic National Bank, Columbia
1981-82
Stephen L. Chryst, The Anchor Bank, Myrtle Beach
1982-83
R. Alex Miller, South Carolina National Bank, Camden
1983-84
Montague T. Laffitte, Palmetto State Bank, Bluffton
1984-85
Roger B. Whaley, Bankers Trust of S.C., Charleston
John R. Perrill, South Carolina National Bank, Beaufort
W. Rad Free, Jr., First National Bank, Bamberg
David L. Morrow, NCNB South Carolina, Beaufort
Richard L. Sellers
South Carolina National Bank, Anderson
John S. Poole,
NCNB National Bank of S.C., Spartanburg
Sterling J.U. Laffitte, The Exchange Bank, Estill
Susan H. Armistead
South Carolina National Bank, Charleston
Clarence P. Scott, The Lexington State Bank, Lexington
Daniel O. Cook, Jr., M.S. Bailey & Son, Bankers, Clinton
L. Andrew Westbrook, III, BB&T of S.C., Spartanburg
John J. Moran, The Anchor Bank, Myrtle Beach
D. Pruitt Martin. The Palmetto Bank, Anderson
Alan K. Chandler
Williamsburg First National Bank, Kingstree
Everette F. Kuhn, Wachovia, Beaufort
F. Justin Strickland, Carolina First Bank, Columbia
Cindy Pugh Pruitt, Carolina First Bank, Lexington
James A. Bennett, First Citizens Bank, Rock Hill
Stephen P. Johnson
The National Bank of S.C., Columbia
Francis A. Townsend, III, Regions Bank of S.C., Aiken
Edward McKelvey, Jr., First Federal, Charleston
Gray L. Henderson, Palmetto State Bank, Hampton
Samuel L. Erwin,
Community Resource Bank, Orangeburg
Tyler B. Hudson, The National Bank of S.C., Columbia
Kitty B. Payne
First National Bank of the South, Spartanburg
William E. Howard, Jr., First Citizens, Pawleys Island
Jeffrey A. Paolucci, First Reliance Bank, Florence
R. Montague Laffitte, III, SCBT, Columbia
Marvin E. Robinson, Jr., Wells Fargo, Lexington
Glenn D. Buddin, Jr., Blue Ridge Bank, Walhalla
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-2000
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
CFISC Young Management Division*
Past Chairman
Thomas E. Suggs
1988-89
Denise Sudderth
South Carolina Federal, Columbia
American Federal, Greenville
Dwight Neese
1989-90
George McMillan
First Federal of SC, Greenville
Pee Dee Federal, Mullins
J. Edward Norris, III
1990-91
Kenneth J. Clair
Plantation Federal, Pawleys Island
First Federal Savings & Loan, Charleston
Robert C. Bailey
1991-92
Arnold Zipperer
First Federal Savings & Loan, Charleston
First Federal of SC, Walterboro
William J. Cook
1992-93
George D. Clonts
United Savings Bank, Greenwood
Peoples Federal S&L, Conway
*The Community Financial Institutions of South Carolina merged with the South Carolina Bankers Association in 1997.
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997*
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Young Bankers division Annual Conference Registration
Omni Grove Park Inn | Asheville, NC | March 18-20, 2016
Deadline to Register: February 8, 2016
Main Registrant ($420) Full Name:
Prayer Breakfast ($35)
EVENT FEE
SUBTOTAL:
Nickname:
$_________
Golf ($160)
Handicap:
Spouse/Guest ($270) Full Name:
Prayer Breakfast ($35)
Nickname:
$_________
Golf ($160)
Handicap:
TOTAL:
Main Registrant's Organization:
Mailing Address:
City/State/Zip:
Phone:
$_________
Cell Phone:
Email Address:
Hotel Reservations
Name (please print):
Arrival Date:
Departure Date:
Select from Following Accommodations:
House Rooms ($163++)
Mountain View Upgrade ($203++)
Preferred Bedding: Subject to Availability:
King
Queen
No. of adults:
Two Doubles
No. of Children:
No. of Rooms needed: _________
If you are sharing this room with others, please indicate their names:
Reservation requests must be received by February 8, 2016. Room rates will be honored three days before and three days after based on availability. Room rates may not be honored once the block is full. It is not uncommon for a group room block to become full prior to the cutoff date;
we encourage you to make your reservations as early as possible. Run of house is $163 per room, plus resort service fee ($12) and taxes (13%) $197.75 (single/Double occupancy). Mountain View Upgrade is $203 per room, plus resort service fee ($12) and taxes (13%) - $242.95.
We will make every effort to honor specific preferences such as location, connecting rooms, and bedding preferences, etc.; however we reserve
the right to provide alternate accommodations based upon availability. Each room reservation must be guaranteed with a deposit equal to one
night’s room rate based upon your preferred accommodations. If reserving room by check, please make a deposit check payable to The Omni
Grove Park Inn Resort. In the event you must cancel this reservation, inform the SCBA immediately to avoid forfeiture of the deposit. Deposits are
refundable if cancelled 30 days prior to arrival. Failure to arrive on the scheduled date will result in cancellation of your reservation and a forfeiture of your deposit. Failure to notify the hotel of an early departure prior to check-in will result in the loss of your deposit. Check-in time is after 4
p.m. and check-out time is 11 a.m.
Special Requests:
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Should you need to cancel or change your room reservations, PLEASE CONTACT THE SCBA at 803.779.0850. No registration fees shall be refunded after noon on March 10, 2016. The
deadline to register is February 8, 2016. Return this form to the SOUTH CAROLINA BANKERS ASSOCIATION, PO.BOX 1483, COLUMBIA, SC, 29202 OR FAX to 803.779.0890. Substitutions are allowed. If you have a disability that you wish to make us aware of, please attach a statement regarding your individual needs. We will contact you for accommodations.

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