Spearman Elected to Presbyterian College Board of Trustees

Spearman

Brad Spearman, Mu '61, has been elected to service on the Presbyterian College board of trustees

Brad Spearman, of Clarkesville, has been elected to serve on the Presbyterian College board of trustees. Spearman graduated from PC magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in business administration in 1985.

"My family is a true Blue Hose family," Spearman said, "and we cherish being a part of and serving our beloved alma mater."

Spearman earned his Regular Army commission through ROTC while at PC. He served as cadet battalion commander and received the Wysor Saber during his senior year. A three-year letterman for the Blue Hose football team, Spearman also served in many officer positions as a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, Mu Chapter. Spearman was a member of Blue Key Honor Society and is listed in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.

For nearly the past two decades, Spearman has served as Director of Operations for GlobalTech Industries, Inc. The company is a privately owned consumer goods manufacturer in Cornelia, GA. Spearman served more than 26 years in the US Army in active duty and in the reserves. Spearman was deployed to Camp Doha, Kuwait from 2002-2003 and is a veteran of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. He retired from the US Army as a Lieutenant Colonel.

Spearman has served on the PC Alumni Association Board of Directors since 2009. He is currently serving as past president and also as Alumni Association Representative to the board of trustees. His wife, Mary '84, serves as a class agent on the alumni board.

The Spearmans are members of the Clarkesville First United Methodist Church. Their daughter, Dr. Taylor Spearman '12, lives in Charleston , South Carolina.

Presbyterian College is located in Clinton, between Columbia and Greenville, South Carolina.

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