Tigerville, SC (September 21, 2021) Four alumni will be honored by the North Greenville University Alumni Association at NGU’s Alumni Awards Dinner Fri., Oct. 1, on the university’s Tigerville Campus. The 2021 Distinguished Alumni Awards will be presented to Harvey L. Tankersley, Jr., Class of 1962; Randy D. Bradley, Class of 1978 and D.Min. Class of 2013; and Karen Clayton Bradley, Class of 1977. The Young Alumni Award will be presented to Hunter S. Conrad from the Class of 2007.
The Alumni Awards Dinner will begin at 6 p.m. in Moore Hall of NGU’s Hayes Ministry Center, and also includes the Class of 1971 Half Century Ceremony. Tickets are $20 per person.
Distinguished Alumni Awards
Harvey L. Tankersley, Jr., Class of 1962
Randy D. Bradley, Class of 1978, D.Min. Class of 2013 Karen Clayton Bradley, Class of 1977
Young Alumni Award
Hunter S. Conrad, Class of 2007
Hunter S. Conrad completed a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from NGU in 2007. He is the County Administrator for St. Johns County in northeast Florida. In 2015, Hunter was appointed by Florida’s governor to serve as the St. Johns County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller. He was elected to that position in 2016.
After graduating with honors from NGU, Hunter earned his Juris Doctor from the Florida Coastal School of Law. He currently serves as a Captain in the United States Air Force Reserve, where he is certified trial counsel as an assistant staff judge advocate.
Hunter previously served as an attorney in private practice at Canan Law, where he focused on litigation in criminal and family law and led the firm’s satellite office. Before joining Canan Law, he was an Assistant State Attorney for the 7th Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, prosecuting cases ranging from misdemeanors to major crimes. In addition, he has worked in both the banking and finance industries.
Hunter was raised in St. Johns County. He and his wife, Jane, have four boys: Collins, Chandler, Caleb, and Carter. Hunter is a deacon in his church, where he teaches a young married class. In addition, he is a youth sports coach, Financial Peace University facilitator, and a member of the Florida Bar.
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