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USTA SC Members Elected to Southern Section Board.

September 26, 2006 03:27 PM

USTA South Carolina continues to help shape USTA National and Southern Sectional policy. We have three members who have been nominated to the Southern Section board, including one to the Executive Vice President, meaning if tradition holds, he will take the presidency next. Click here to see how USTA members from SC are shaping national policy, and check out our Southern Section Board members below.

Rex Maynard

Rex Maynard of Belton, SC is nominated for USTA Southern Section Executive Vice President. Maynard has served as Section Vice President since 2001 and has served on and chaired numerous Southern Committees, including Foundations (chair), Publications (chair), Public Relations and Sanction and Schedule. He helped establish the South Carolina Tennis Hall of Fame in 1982 and was elected to the USTA South Carolina Presidency in 1994. He is also a member of the South Carolina Tennis Hall of Fame.

Helen JeterHelen Jeter of Greer, SC, has been nominated for the role of Vice President. Jeter has an extensive medical background and was a practicing nurse and medical consultant from 1962 until the mid-1990s. She served as a Delegate-at-Large on the Southern Board of Directors. She also was Chair of the Southern Adult Leagues Committee from 2001-2004 and has been an active member of USTA National’s USTA League Tennis Committee and Section Marketing/Sales and Public Relations Committee.

Bud Spencer

Bud Spencer of Mt. Pleasant, SC, is nominated for Delegate-at-Large. He served as USTA South Carolina President and Chairman of the Board in 2004 and 2005. He has been active as a member of the Board of Directors since 2000. He currently serves as Chairman of the South Carolina Tennis Patrons Foundation, a charitable association that supports the sport of tennis in South Carolina. Spencer has been active in USTA activities for over 15 years, from the local to the national level.

 

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