FLORENCE---Two Francis Marion University graduates have been appointed to the institution’s Board of Trustees by Gov. Jim Hodges.
Teresa C. Anderson of Quinby and George C. McIntyre of Bennettsville have been named as the governor’s co-terminous appointees. Anderson replaces Dr. Lorin Mason of Florence while McIntyre replaces Dr. B.E. Coggeshall Jr. of Cheraw.
Anderson, currently serving a two-year term as the president of the Francis Marion University Alumni Association, says she will resign that post to serve as a trustee.
She received her B.S. degree from Francis Marion University in 1973 and the M.Ed. in 1976, both in elementary education.
Anderson is the director of human resources/employee relations for McLeod Health. After teaching for five years, and serving as the coordinator of child development for Florence School District I for four years, she became the director of the child development center for McLeod in 1982. She was named to her current position in 1994.
She is married to James Anderson Jr., an agent for State Farm Insurance in Loris, and they have one daughter, Meredith, 17.
McIntyre is the owner of McIntyre Realty Co. in Bennettsville and has more than 20 years experience as a real estate broker and appraiser.
A 1978 graduate of FMU with a degree in political science, he served 16 years on the Marlboro County Council.
He is married to Wendy Bunch McIntyre, a teacher at Bennettsville Primary School, and they have two children, Janna, two, and Chandler, one.