Clemson Extension agents receive national honors

By Diane Palmer

Six Clemson Extension agents received awards and honors at the National Association of Extension 4-H Agents meeting in November:

Debra Clowney-Parnell (Florence County): Meritorious Service Award for outstanding achievement by individuals with 15 or more years of service. She was also honored with the 25 Years of Service Award.

Latosia Gibson (Colleton and Jasper Counties) and Kellye Rembert (Midlands regional director): Distinguished Service Award for outstanding achievement, professional attitude, and professional improvement by individuals with seven or more years of service.

Lisa Cannon (Marlboro County) and Karissa Ulmer (Allendale and Hampton Counties): Achievement in Service Award for creative and innovative programs by individuals with three to seven years of service.

Michael McManus (Marlboro and Chesterfield Counties) was elected to a two-year term as Southern Regional director for the association. Earlier, he earned national honors with the Distinguished Service Award and the Achievement in Service Award.


For more information: www.clemson.edu/4H/.