Charleston attorney Harold W. Jacobs of Nexsen Pruet has been named the 2012 recipient of the DuRant Distinguished Public Service Award from the S.C. Bar Foundation.
Matt Watson, associate vice president for investments at Wells Fargo Advisors LLC, has obtained the Certified 401(k) Professional Designation from the Retirement Advisor University in collaboration with UCLA Anderson School of Management.
Ink Architecture and Ink Interiors have relocated to 245 Seven Farms Drive, Suite 230, Daniel Island, from Mount Pleasant.
Owen Tyler has been named secretary and treasurer of Columbia-based Children’s Trust of South Carolina, and Tiffany Provence, Jane Pulling and Heather Woolwine have been named first-term, at-large board members. Tyler of Mount Pleasant is broker associate at Carolina One Real Estate; Provence of Summerville is managing partner for Provence Messervy Law Firm and is a Dorchester County drug court judge; Pulling of Pinopolis is president of Learning Resource Associates; Woolwine of Charleston is director of media relations at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Hagood Morrison of Colliers International represented the buyer, Ware Group Real Estate Holdings LLC, in the $710,000 purchase of 2572 Oscar Johnson Drive, North Charleston. Michael McFall of Maybank Properties represented the seller.
Bill Goodwin Jr. of Avison Young represented the landlord in leasing 2,000 square feet of office space at 1370-A Remount Road, North Charleston to Bridge of Hope Learning Center.
Will Sherrod of Lee & Associates represented the landlord in the leasing retail space at 169 King St., Charleston, to Ike Behar Men’s Clothing.
Robert Kiggans, vice chairman of the S.C. Research Authority’s Applied Research & Development sector, has been named chairman of the global Intelligent Manufacturing Systems program for a 30-month term.
McCrady’s of Charleston has been inducted into Nation’s Restaurant News’ Dining Hall of Fame for 2012.
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