Thomas Brinson is a licensed commercial contractor in South Carolina. His specialty includes both residential and commercial projects. Additionally, Thomas provides electrical services.
He has experience working on various military technology programs, from modeling and simulation through hardware design, development and testing to overseeing supplier test activities. A veteran of the Air Force himself.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Brinson was raised in Madison, North Carolina. She graduated from Madison-Mayodan High School before earning a bachelor’s degree in English literature and journalism at Wake Forest University and an additional master’s in public administration from University of Missouri.
Research interests include 20th century American literature, postmodernism and critical theory. She is a member of Salem College Center for Women Writers as well as participating in Prague Summer Undergraduate Research Program hosted by Western Michigan University and Charles University.
Karon Crolley Brinson survives her, as well as daughters Michelle Capell (Chuck) and Anitra Atkinson of Rembert; grandchildren Laney, Garrett Capell; Abby and Ella Atkinson as well as great-grandson Paxton Atkinson. Additionally, she served on Missouri Attorney General’s Equal Employment Opportunity Commission before her passing.
Brinson held various managerial positions throughout his career at various companies. These included patient account representative at Western Anesthesiology Associates and Magnolia Brand Manager for Magnolia Audio Video before becoming Retail Store Manager at Wireless Vision.
He was known for always being considerate to others, often lending a helping hand. He loved spending time with family, friends and church; in addition, he found great pleasure shopping thrift stores and yard sales.
He was also chairman of the mechanical engineering department at the University of South Carolina, during which time research expenditures increased, departmental master’s programs flourished, and design curriculum throughout the school were promoted. Furthermore, he was an active member of the American Society for Engineering Education.
Achievement and Honors
As well as receiving the Nadai Medal from ASME, Brinson also won an Ahmed Cemal Eringen Memorial Prize from Society of Engineering Sciences (SES). This prize recognizes her contributions in modeling and characterizing polymers, polymer nanocomposites, shape memory alloys, soft materials and their applications – as well as her dedication and leadership within mechanics and materials community.
In her later years she continued working on various research projects aimed at furthering wetland science and providing vital links between environmental management research and environmental protection practices. She is survived by Anthony and his wife Wanda; stepgrandsons Noah and Ava Rouse; sister in law Glenda Faye Hanchey and husband Earl as well as numerous special nieces and nephews.
She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.
Personal Life. He was an active member of First Baptist Church, Camden where he held positions such as greeter, Sunday school teacher, nursery worker and Urban Stars outreach program Coordinator. In his leisure time he enjoyed hunting, fishing and spending time with his grandchildren.
He was well known as both a successful professional and renowned carpenter in Emanuel and Montgomery Counties, known for building many homes and other structures across these counties. Additionally, his dedication and hard work earned him great respect within both communities.
His family includes Karon Crolley Brinson, his wife of 27 years; Michelle Capell and Anitra Atkinson as his daughters; James Brinson as his son; as well as an infant granddaughter and great-grandchild who will all miss him greatly. He will surely be missed.
He has an estimated net worth of $2 Million and founded Coal Harbour Pictures as well as being its director, producer, and actor. His passion for acting began with summer school theatre camps before enrolling at Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts to further hone his craft.
Benton is best-known for playing Deputy Sheriff Luke Watkins in All Rise, an American legal drama currently airing on CBS and OWN.
He has traded South Jersey Industries stock extensively since 2022. His most recent trade involved exercising 1,889 units on 3 January 2023; additionally he sold some thousands shares over time and now holds over 45,000 of it in total.