Asheley Scott St. John ('98) was married to Brian Stephen St. John in Columbia February 17, 2018. Included in the wedding party were Mikell Scott ('98) and his daughter Liza, Jenny Draffin Smith ('98) and her son Wesley, and Mary Frances Sabalis ('98) and her son, James.
Lee Ann Foster Bauer ('05) and Chris Bauer welcomed their first child, Ella Denton Bauer, on August 17, 2018. The Bauers reside in Columbia.
Patty Shields Wills ('07) and Jeff Wills welcomed their new baby girl, Vada Marguerite Wills, on July 3, 2018 weighing 6 lbs 1 oz. She had two older sisters waiting at home to greet her!
Garden City Realty announces 23-year Coastal resort Realtor, Cal Harrelson, Heathwood Hall Class of 1978, as the 2016 Top Producer of the Year and the 2016 Top Listing Agent of the Year. He is also Top Listing Agent for 2014, ’15. While selling $200 million in Coastal property, Harrelson has earned this #1 status in previous years, as well as the coveted Realtor Image Award as voted by his peers. He specializes in the evaluation, acquisition and sale of Coastal properties. Harrelson is a professional, full-time Realtor, representing Buyers and Sellers in investment, second-home and primary properties in Georgetown, Pawleys Island, Litchfield, Murrells Inlet and Garden City Beach. He can be located at www.CoastalLivingSC.com. His real estate philosophy is, “Good Product + Good Marketing = Good Results”. Cal has previously been Director of Reagan-Bush Campaign ’84, founder of a successful public relations firm, painter of the iconic Palmetto tree as found in the offices of President Donald Trump, Congressman Joe Wilson, US Ambassador Nikki Haley, US Senator Tim Scott, Bruce Johnston – founding member of The Beach Boys, Lt. Colonel Ollie North and others. They are called “Calmettos” and can be found at www.Calmettos.com.
Josh and Meghan Suddeth Hesley (‘97) welcomed their new baby girl, Hannon Wade Hesley, on May 25, 2016. Her older sister, Emory, is as proud as can be!
Miles and Lucy Timmerman Underwood (‘00) welcomed their first child, Catherine Emily Underwood, on March 30th, 2016. The Underwoods live in Zurich, Switzerland.
Celebrating the wedding of Tamara and Calhoun Hipp (‘01). Pictured left to right: Edwin Lesley (‘01), Reeve Hipp Ballew (‘97), Thomas McCutchen (‘01), Caroline Mauldin (‘01), Katharine Hubbard Atkins (‘01), Calhoun Hipp (‘01), Mimi Dial Bovard (‘01), Catherine Hipp (‘06), Grant Dennis (‘01), and Thomas Hipp (‘08). Congratulations to the bride and groom!
Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun Hipp (‘01) were married in Austin, TX on Saturday, May 21, 2016. The wedding party included Grant Dennis (‘01), Reeve Hipp Ballew (‘97), Elizabeth Hipp Shackouls (‘00), Catherine Hipp (‘06), and Thomas Hipp (‘08).
On Saturday, June 25, 2016, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wilkerson (‘06) were married in Columbus, Georgia. Groomsmen included fellow classmates Ben Carter (‘06), Gus Herlong (‘06), and Sadler Walker (‘06).
Lauren Holland Carter (‘06) received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Florida State University on August 6th, 2016. She is a postdoctoral fellow in Bio-Behavioral Medicine in MUSC’s Department of Psychiatry. Lauren and her husband, Kit, were married in Kiawah Island on October 17th, 2015.
On Saturday, April 28, 2018 Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Bryant ('06) were married in Columbia, South Carolina. Groomsmen included Sadler and Stevens Walker ('06).
A February wedding in Columbia is planned for the future Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Williams. The bride to be, Margaret Strom (‘07), met Matt while attending law school at USC. The couple will make their home in Beaufort.
The wedding party will include Maid of Honor, Caroline Strom (‘16), Matron of Honor, Meg Alexander Thompson (past student), and Bridesmaids Catherine Savoca (‘15) and McKenna Savoca (‘16).
Frances Ellerbe ('08) and Bo Bryan ('07) were married on May 19, 2018 at the High Hampton Inn in Cashiers, NC. Heathwood's very own Chaplain Raven Tarpley officiated their ceremony.
Katie McInnis ('08) married Sam Abbott on April 28, 2018, in Washington, D.C. Two fellow '08 alums, Christine Hebert and Emily Harrold, were bridesmaids.
A November wedding is planned for 1LT Franklin G. “Trey” Shuler, III (’08) and Sara Gabrielle “Gabby” Metropol in Columbia at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral. Trey is an Army Infantry Officer at Ft. Stewart, Savannah, GA and Gabby is in her third year of dental school at MUSC.
The wedding party will include fellow classmates, Philipp Boettcher (’01), Cam Foster (’07), and Eric Vanderstenhoven (’08).
Jennifer Blencowe Waites (‘08) and her husband Christian, who also attended Heathwood recently welcomed their newest addition. Meet their daughter, Riley Rose Waites. She was born on May 31, 2016. Christian graduated USC law School and will clerk for a state judge. And Jennifer received a Masters of Mass Communications from USC and is currently a producer for WIS. They reside in Columbia.
Katie McInnis ('08) is getting married to her partner, Sam Abbott, on April 28th, 2018 at President Lincoln’s Cottage in Washington DC.
Allison Clinton and Redding Kingery (‘09) were married in Columbia, SC on July 9, 2016. Attendees included many members of the Heathwood family. Pictured left to right: Coleman Davis (‘09), Davis Roth, Perrin Guignard (‘09), Hunter Lipscomb (‘09), Redding Kingery (‘09) - groom, Sarah Roth - Athletic Administrative Assistant, Tyler Rogers (‘09), Chris Levintis (‘09), Davis Ray (‘09), and Preston Busbee (‘09).
Heathwood Hall sweethearts Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hickman (’10) were married June 4, 2016 at the Lace House in Columbia. Lauren and Andrew have been together since their senior year at Heathwood. Lauren is medical school at the University of South Carolina and Andrew works for Five Point Solutions in Lexington as well as coaches basketball at Heathwood. The bride is the former Lauren Armstrong (‘10).
Congratulations to alumna Avnika Amin (’10) for having her scientific research published! Avnika is one of the authors of the recent article “Comparative Analysis of the Parent Attitude about Childhood Vaccines short scale and the five categories of vaccine acceptance identified by Gust et al.” Currently a graduate student in Public Health at Emory, Avnika was the 2010 recipient of Heathwood’s St. Michael’s Cup in Science.