1967 Alumnus Walter McGee Named One of the Faces of the Decades
Back in 1966, 18-year-old Walt McGee didn’t understand why he needed to take a psychology course as part of general education requirements to earn his heating, ventilation and air conditioning certificate at the new Tri-County Education Center, now Tri-County Technical College. But after working for a few years, McGee says he began to realize it was an important course.
Alumnus Carl Anderson Named One of Tri-County’s Faces of the Decades
Some call him chief, others still call him judge. But longtime Anderson County Chief Magistrate Carl Anderson, who now serves as chief deputy at the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office, modestly says, “I tell people just call me Carl.”
Ethel Pettigrew Honored as One of Tri-County’s Faces of the Decades
CPA Ethel Pettigrew began her career as an elementary school teacher and says one day she hopes to go back to teaching, this time at her local alma mater, Tri-County Technical College.
Wanda Johnson Named One of Tri-County’s Faces of the Decades
Wanda Johnson learned a great deal about being a good law enforcement/probation agent -- and listener -- from former Tri-County Criminal Justice Department Head Lew Holton and his lectures.
Tracy Bowie Honored as One of Tri-County’s Faces of the Decades
Nine years ago, a proud and accomplished Tracy Whitten Bowie walked across the Anderson Civic Center stage to receive her associate degree in business – with highest honors -- from Tri-County Technical College President Ronnie L. Booth.