Cathy Lightsey Weaver has been appointed to the University of South Carolina Board of Visitors for a three-year term that began September 1, 2013. Cathy will serve as the representative from the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit to the thirty-one member Board. The Board of Visitors assists the University’s Board of Trustees in the overall advancement of the University and seeks to enhance the image of the University and the statewide system, encourage alumni participation, invite public and private support and facilitate internal and external communication.
Rock Hill attorney W. Keith Martens was recently appointed to the South Carolina ETV Commission Advisory Committee. The Advisory Committee is comprised of experts and citizens from around the state who are willing to offer their expertise and guidance to the ETV Commission. Commission Chairman, Dr. Brent Nelson, appointed Martens to a two-year term, beginning in January 2014.
Mr. Martens is a founding member of Hamilton Martens, LLC, located on Main Street in the Historic Old Town of Rock Hill. He is a litigator and appellate attorney, focusing his practice on business and construction disputes, as well as the representation of banks and other financial service providers. Mr. Martens currently serves on the Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection Committee of the South Carolina Bar, and is a past-chairman and board member of the York County Board of Disability and Special Needs.