50 Stories for 50 Years: Lizzie Bebber

You may know Lizzie Bebber as United Ministries’ patient and thoughtful new Executive Director: a person who goes the extra mile to get things done. While this is certainly true now, this attitude of service towards her community is one that was molded from a young age. Her passion for helping others “started as a…
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50 Stories for 50 Years: Kreg Kimmons

After experiencing his own demons in life, Kreg Kimmons is now on the path of giving “hope to the hopeless,” since he knows what it’s like to be hopeless himself. Kreg has had “25 years in the restaurant business,” a monetarily successful time when he became reliant on drugs and alcohol. This lifestyle eventually led…
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50 Stories for 50 Years: Rufus Perry

Rufus Everette Perry is a modern-day Renaissance Man. He has a passion for travel and dining as well as helping others in a variety of ways. This is seen in his 25-year career commitment to corporate and career training at Greenville Tech, as well as the volunteerism he devoted himself to after he retired. Considering…
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50 Stories for 50 Years: JoKeitha Seabrook

50th Anniversary
JoKeitha Seabrook is “a server of people,” a role that she has incorporated into her professional life. She has been working at the United Way of Greenville County (UWGC) for 9 years, after working in both banking and for the local government. Recently, she has stepped into the position of Associate Vice President of Community…
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50 Stories for 50 Years: Bob Dillon

Bob Dillon migrated to Greenville from Pennsylvania in 1971 with the textile business opportunities South Carolina offered. Making a living with a textile company, he also held a passion to become immersed with his new community. He found that “Leadership Greenville and Leadership SC were great ways to learn more about the local environment.” Just…
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50 Stories for 50 Years: Deb Richardson-Moore

50th Anniversary
Reverend Deb Richardson-Moore believed that “God was calling [her] into ministry” when she left her 27-year career as a reporter to get her Master of Divinity. There, she became “just mesmerized” by the Bible and got connected to more faith-based organizations in the Greenville area, including being on the Board of Directors at United Ministries.…
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