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A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:

  • Parking Lot Light Installation
  • Electrical Safety Inspections
  • Electrical Grounding for Businesses
  • Generator and Motor Insulation Resistance Analysis
  • Electrical Troubleshooting for Businesses
  • Ongoing Maintenance Plans for Vital Electrical Equipment
  • Transformer Installation
  • Circuit Testing for Businesses
  • Preventative Maintenance for Electrical Equipment
  • Electrical Wiring for New Businesses
  • Electrical Service Upgrades
  • Much More

A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:

Circuit Breakers

Tripped Circuit Breakers

Your businesses' electrical system will trip when it has too much electricity running through it. These problems are very common in commercial properties and usually stem from one of three culprits: circuit overloads, short circuits, and ground fault surges. Obviously, when your circuits are tripped regularly, your business operations suffer. To help solve your circuit breaker problems, our commercial electricians will come to your location for in-depth troubleshooting. Once we discover the root cause, we'll get to work on repairing your circuit breaker, so you can continue working and serving your customers.

Flickering Lights

Flickering Lights

Like tripped circuit breakers, dimming or flickering lights are among the most common commercial electrical problems in South Carolina. These issues typically stem from poor electrical connections. These poor connections will usually cause sparks, which can start fires and wreak havoc on your commercial building. While dimming lights might seem minor, if you leave this problem to fester, you could be looking at permanent damage to your businesses' electrical systems. Given the danger involved in fixing this problem, it's important that you work with a licensed business electrician like Engineered Electrical Solutions as soon as you're able to.

Dead Power Outlets

Dead Power Outlets

Dead power outlets aren't always dangerous, unlike other recurring commercial electrical issues. They are, however, disruptive to your company's productivity. Dead outlets are common in older commercial buildings and are often caused by circuit overloads. Connecting multiple high-wattage devices and appliances to the same power socket can cause overheating. When the power outlet overheats, it can lead to tripped circuit breakers. In some cases, the live wire catches fire and burns until it is disconnected. For a reliable solution using high-quality switches, sockets, and circuit breakers, it's best to hire a professional business electrician to get the job done right.

Residential Electrician vs. Commercial Electrician in James Island:
What's the Difference?

Finding a real-deal, qualified commercial electrician in South Carolina is harder than you might think. Whether it's due to availability or budget, you might be tempted to hire a residential electrician for your commercial electrical problem. While it's true that great residential electricians can help solve commercial issues in theory, it's always best to hire a business electrician with professional experience.

Unlike their residential colleagues, commercial electricians are licensed to deal with different materials and procedures suited specifically for businesses. Commercial wiring is much more complex than residential, and is strategically installed with maintenance, repair, and changes in mind. Additionally, commercial properties usually use a three-phase power supply, necessitating more schooling, skills, and technical ability to service.

The bottom line? If you're a business owner with commercial electricity problems, it's best to work with a licensed commercial electrician, like you will find at Engineered Electrical Solutions.

Professional and Efficient from
Call to Technician

Shields Painting has been in the business since 1968. In a world where so much has changed, we are proud to uphold the ideals that make us successful: hard, honest work, getting the job done right, and excellent customer service. Providing you with trustworthy, quality work will always take priority over rushing through a project to serve the next customer. That is just not the way we choose to do business.

As professionals dedicated to perfection, we strive to provide a unique painting experience for every customer - one that focuses on their needs and desires instead of our own. Whether you need residential painting for your home or commercial painting for your business, we encourage you to reach out today to speak with our customer service team. Whether you have big ideas about a new paint project or need our expertise and guidance, we look forward to hearing from you soon.

We want to be sure every one of our customers is satisfied, which is why we offer a three-year guaranteed on our labor. If you're in need of an electrician for your home or business, give our office a call and discover the Engineered Electrical Solutions difference.

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Latest News in James Island, SC

James Island couple claims they’re out thousands after contractor never did work

JAMES ISLAND, S.C. (WCSC) - A couple on James Island thought they were well on their way to renovating their back deck after hiring a Lowcountry contractor. But after the contractor took their money, they say the work never got done.Don Geddes and his wife have lived on James Island for more than two decades. They recently revamped their front steps and in September of last year decided they wanted to pull the trigger on renovating their back deck as well. They wanted a certain material and Geddes says Travis Tardiff of Tardiff Builde...

JAMES ISLAND, S.C. (WCSC) - A couple on James Island thought they were well on their way to renovating their back deck after hiring a Lowcountry contractor. But after the contractor took their money, they say the work never got done.

Don Geddes and his wife have lived on James Island for more than two decades. They recently revamped their front steps and in September of last year decided they wanted to pull the trigger on renovating their back deck as well. They wanted a certain material and Geddes says Travis Tardiff of Tardiff Builders initially came recommended by the company that makes the material.

“The deposit was 50 percent of the job,” Geddes says. “The job was $15,000 and we wrote him a check for $7,500. And that’s the last time I saw him.”

Geddes says Tardiff started out by emailing them updates.

“I wrote him that check in September,” Geddes says. “We would get emails that told us where we were in the process. He said some of the material had come in, and then he said the material had come in but not the railing.”

The last email though came in March when Geddes says Tardiff dissolved the contract.

“He said the money orders are in the mail – but we never got that,” Geddes says.

Geddes also found, out after the fact, that Tardiff’s contracting license with the state expired months before even taking on the job.

Attempts to reach Tardiff through multiple forms failed. The email account listed was not accurate and bounced back. Some of the phone numbers listed were out of service. One phone number made it to voicemail, but it was full. The address for the business listed is now occupied by another company.

At this point, Geddes has filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau and says his next step is to take the matter to small claims court.

“We also need some kind of emotional closure to this – because it was a violation in a way for us,” Geddes says. “But doing the interviews with the new people are more exciting because I’m going to be counting on these people to do the work they promised to do.”

If you are in a similar situation, you should contact the S.C. Department of Consumer Affairs and the Better Business Bureau.

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James Island residents express concern over proposed development filling wetlands

JAMES ISLAND, S.C. (WCSC) - People who live on James Island are rallying together and encouraging an email campaign against a development off of Folly Road and Grimball Road Extension.The development would build 68 townhomes, 5 workforce units and commercial space. It would also allow for filling in 0.23 acres of freshwater non-tidal forested wetlands.Greg Payton lives on Donnie Road, right off of Grimball Extension. His family has lived in the home and community for more than 100 years. The proposed development would back up t...

JAMES ISLAND, S.C. (WCSC) - People who live on James Island are rallying together and encouraging an email campaign against a development off of Folly Road and Grimball Road Extension.

The development would build 68 townhomes, 5 workforce units and commercial space. It would also allow for filling in 0.23 acres of freshwater non-tidal forested wetlands.

Greg Payton lives on Donnie Road, right off of Grimball Extension. His family has lived in the home and community for more than 100 years. The proposed development would back up to his home. He says he is worried about a lot of things, including stormwater runoff and traffic.

“They want to fill in the wetlands, and they’re going to have to cut down some trees, so if it rains, where is the water going to go? It’s going to come on our families, it’s going to be in our backyards and we’re going to be flooded under,” Payton says.

He also has concerns about how the amount of people moving in would affect traffic and the livability of his neighborhood.

“I say each unit is two cars, that’s 140, where are they going?” Payton asks “People have to go to work in the morning, how long will it take for people to come down Grimball Road Extension?”

He says he wants to attend a public hearing about the plans.

“We want to make sure that if they are going to build something, that they do it correctly,” Payton says.

The applicant developers are requesting to fill a little less than a quarter of an acre of wetlands. That filling would not have “a substantial adverse impact,” according to an Army Corps of Engineers initial study. The study found the filling would have ‘no effect’ on any federally endangered or threatened species.

The applicant is asking to fill .2 acres to construct a commercial parking lot and the other .03 to install a stormwater drainage structure, according to a June 24th, 2022, Army Corps of Engineers’ notice.

The report says the applicant will preserve the remaining .75 acres of wetlands to compensate for any impacts.

The Army Corps of Engineers is taking comments on the project through Monday, July 11. Operators of the ‘Save James Island’ Facebook page are encouraging people who are opposed to sending an email reading in part:

“I oppose the filling of any wetlands (no matter how ‘small’)…this historic area is plagued by flooding and drainage issues, and the preservation of natural wetlands and trees are our best and least-costly defense. Pleas hold a public hearing so the Army Corps of Engineers has ALL of the information, including the voice of the people who live here.”

The applicant appeared before Charleston City Technical Review Committee in April and is working to resolve some of the comments before coming back with a revised plan for the development.

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New facilities focus on career readiness at James Island Charter High School

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - A shiny new basketball gym, an indoor-outdoor building construction classroom, a commercial kitchen and an entire wing reserved for health education are just some of the features of the two new buildings at James Island Charter High School. The $25 million development is the last major project in the Charleston County School District’s Phase Four Capital Programs plan approved and paid for by a referendum in 2016.The new buildings consist of a Career Technology Education center and a new competitive gym...

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - A shiny new basketball gym, an indoor-outdoor building construction classroom, a commercial kitchen and an entire wing reserved for health education are just some of the features of the two new buildings at James Island Charter High School. The $25 million development is the last major project in the Charleston County School District’s Phase Four Capital Programs plan approved and paid for by a referendum in 2016.

The new buildings consist of a Career Technology Education center and a new competitive gym. Inside the CTE building, students will find classes aimed at allowing them to achieve a Completers Status by developing hands-on skills. The Completers Status opens the door for students to get a leg up in college or to simply enter the workforce straight out of high school. Principal Timothy Thorn says it’s all about giving students options and opportunities.

“The thing behind Career Technology Education is that you can get a completers status and go into the workforce and earn a living wage,” Thorn said. “You don’t need to go to college to make a lot of money or to do well early on. You can always increase your credentials over time as well. You can go into the workforce, begin to provide for yourself, have some success and then maybe find the path you want to go down. Either way, it provides a vehicle for kids to earn skills and credentials to help them be successful in life.”

Students can study culinary arts in a commercial kitchen or building construction in an indoor-outdoor facility filled with the same machines found on an actual worksite. Of course, there are state-of-the-art computer labs for classes aimed at teaching students coding, programming and engineering as well.

Perhaps most impressive are the rooms dedicated to health sciences. Before entering classrooms, students walk past a nurse station designed to simulate the triage area of a hospital. Across the hall, half a dozen medical beds line a wall in a room that mirrors what you’d expect to see at any medical school. It’s the same equipment used by medical students, down to the patient dummies. Here students learn the basics of care and medical administration.

“We’re ecstatic. The facilities are gorgeous and state of the art,” Thorn said. “It’s very exciting and I can’t wait to get the kids in there.”

Next door, the gym has more than enough capacity to hold the entire student body and has everything you’d expect to see in a high school gym. The gym is branded head to toe in school colors and even the new weight room houses dumbbells with the image of the school’s mascot – a trojan warrior – painted on the sides. While the building is designed for athletics, it also doubles as a classroom.

“Every space has its purpose and supports our academic mission and hopefully helps kids find their paths going forward,” Thorn said.

Students studying sports medicine, for example, have classrooms adjacent to the gym, while even the student store located next to the trophy case has an educational opportunity for business students.

“The school store for example. It’s about learning how to do inventory, run a store, the debits and the credits and taking care of the cashier and patrons and serving the public, so learning all those aspects of life skills and employment skills are critical,” Thorn said.

Students will be able to start using building buildings when they return to school in August.

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Notice to Creditors of Estates

All persons having claims against the following estates are required to deliver or mail their claims to the indicated Personal Representatives, appointed to administer these estates, and to file their claims on Form #371PC with the Probate Court of Richland County, the address of which is P.O. Box 192, Columbia, SC 29202, on or before the date that is eight months after the date of the first publication of this Notice to Creditors, (unless barred by operation of Section 62-3-803), or such persons shall be forever barred as to their claims. A...

All persons having claims against the following estates are required to deliver or mail their claims to the indicated Personal Representatives, appointed to administer these estates, and to file their claims on Form #371PC with the Probate Court of Richland County, the address of which is P.O. Box 192, Columbia, SC 29202, on or before the date that is eight months after the date of the first publication of this Notice to Creditors, (unless barred by operation of Section 62-3-803), or such persons shall be forever barred as to their claims. All claims are required to be presented in written statements, indication the name and the address of the claimant, the basis of the claim, the amount claimed and the date when due, and a description of any security as to the claim.

Estate: ROBERTJERRY ALDERSON22ES4001264PersonalRepresentative: CHRISTINE B. ALDERSONAddress: 3600 CARRIAGE HOUSE RD.,COLUMBIA, SC 29206

Estate: HARRY LEEBAUKNIGHT22ES4001308PersonalRepresentative: AMYBAUKNIGHT PARLERAddress: 759 DUTCHMANS BRANCH CT.,IRMO, SC 29063Attorney: KEVIN T.HARDYAddress: 100 OLDCHEROKEE RD. STE.F BOX 171, LEXINGTON, SC 29072

Estate: EDWARDLAROCHE BLUE22ES4001263PersonalRepresentative: BRIANA. BLUEAddress: 3920SHARON RD., CHARLOTTE, NC 28211Attorney: GEORGE C.JOHNSONAddress: PO BOX 1431,COLUMBIA, SC 29202

Estate: LEIGH ANNEBRAZELL22ES4001295PersonalRepresentative:REBECCA WILLIAMSAddress: 890 HAMMOCKS WAY, EDISTOISLAND, SC 29438Attorney: DANIEL

BRADLEYAddress: PO BOX 2061,MT. PLEASANT, SC29465

Estate: RUBY MURRAY BUTLER21ES4002482PersonalRepresentative: MARLOW BUTLERAddress: 104 EAGLEPOINTE DR., COLUMBIA, SC 29229Attorney: RENEEMADDENAddress: PO BOX 6114,COLUMBIA, SC 29206

Estate: REBECCARANDOLPH FINCH22ES4001087PersonalRepresentative: CORINA R. SAWYERAddress: 160 MEETING HOUSE RD.,HOPKINS, SC 29061Attorney: JAMIE M.BEST IIIAddress: PO BOX 9507,COLUMBIA, SC 29290

Estate: MARGARETBETTY SIMS GOODWIN 22ES4001297PersonalRepresentative:ARTHUR GOODWINJR.Address: 3515 RANDOLPH ST., COLUMBIA, SC 29203Attorney: JOHN K.KOONAddress: 2016 GADSDEN ST., COLUMBIA,SC 29201

Estate: JAMESEDWARD GRAY22ES4001314PersonalRepresentative:EDWARD MATTHEWGRAYAddress: 116 TAT RD.,COLUMBIA, SC 29223

Estate: PATTY M.JACKSON22ES4000976PersonalRepresentative: JOANNA JACKSONAddress: 303 MAPLEST., LAURINBURG,NC 28352

Estate: JOHNNYJENKINS22ES4001296PersonalRepresentative: DIANEANDERSON JENKINSAddress: 7 LOWESCROFT CIR, IRMO, SC29063

Estate: HERBERT LEEJOHNSON22ES4001150Personal

Representative: PATSYB. JOHNSONAddress: 84 HILLMARK DR., COLUMBIA, SC 29210

Estate: WILLIE LETKEENON22ES4001239PersonalRepresentative: MARYKEENONAddress: 5105 BURKEAVE., COLUMBIA, SC29203

Estate: JAMES TROYLEWIS22ES4001333PersonalRepresentative: TAMIL. JOHNSONAddress: 316SPRINGCREEK CT.,WEST COLUMBIA, SC29170

Estate: STEVENALEXANDERMCDOUGALL22ES4001108PersonalRepresentative:WILLIAMMCDOUGALLAddress: 100 CRICKETHILL RD., COLUMBIA,SC 29223Attorney: JOHN R.ALPHINAddress: 6923 NORTHTRENHOLM RD.,COLUMBIA, SC 29206

Estate: WILLIAM F.MELLER22ES4001323PersonalRepresentative:MICHAEL T. DAWSONAddress: 505 SALUDAAVE., COLUMBIA, SC29205

Estate: RANDALLGERSHOM SCOTT22ES4001272PersonalRepresentative: VIRGINIA B. SCOTTAddress: 25 GOLDENCT., COLUMBIA, SC29203

Estate: BENNIE LEESTIDEM JR.22ES4001357PersonalRepresentative: EVELENE BOWMANAddress: 1024 POPEST., COLUMBIA, SC29201Attorney: T. JEFFGOODWYN JR.Address: 2309 DEVINEST., COLUMBIA, SC29205

Estate: JIMMIE RAYUNDERWOOD22ES4001166PersonalRepresentative: BARBARA

ANNA UNDERWOOD Address: 433 SHERIDAN DR., COLUMBIA,SC 29223

Estate: ALFREDEUGENE WALKER22ES4001046PersonalRepresentative: HENRIETTA MICHELLEBRITTON TEMONEYTEAddress: 3085 LONDON RD. SUMTER, SC29153Attorney: J. D. WEEKSAddress: PO BOX 370,SUMTER, SC 29151

Estate: ROBERT ADRIAN BAXLA22ES4001075PersonalRepresentative: ROBYNLYNN HAMMONSAddress: 2017 SHELBYDR., COLUMBIA, SC29223

Estate: WILLIAMGLYNN BROWN JR.22ES4001358PersonalRepresentative:WILLIAM SCOTTBROWNAddress: 1906 MILLST., CAMDEN, SC29020Attorney: DANIEL K.FELKERAddress: 9610 TWONOTCH RD. STE. 5,COLUMBIA, SC 29223

Estate: WILLIAMCHARLES DOWER22ES4001197PersonalRepresentative:JACQUELYN M.DOWERAddress: 609 CARTGAGE CIR., BLYTHEWOOD, SC 29016

Estate: ROBERTWYLIE GIST JR.22ES4001336PersonalRepresentative:AMBER G. LANEYAddress: 117 OLDCEDAR PT., CHAPIN,SC 29036Attorney: BRIAN M.LANEYAddress: 117 OLDCEDAR PT., CHAPIN,SC 29036

Estate: PATRICIA S.HERRON22ES4001206PersonalRepresentative: MINDYK. HERRONAddress: 9 MAJESTICCT., COLUMBIA, SC

29223

Estate: ADELL H.JOHNSON22ES4001172PersonalRepresentative:TYRONE JOHNSONAddress: 748 ARMOURST., COLUMBIA, SC29203Attorney: TAMEIKAISAAC DEVINEAddress: PO BOX 1984,COLUMBIA, SC 29202

Estate: HATTIE MAEMICKENS22ES4001218PersonalRepresentative:SYLVIA MICKENSSILVA Address: 1105 PRICEAVE., COLUMBIA, SC29201Attorney: DEBRA C.GALLOWAYAddress: GALLOWAYLAW FIRM, LLC, POBOX 7371, COLUMBIA, SC 29202

Estate: ISAACNATHAN SR.22ES4000947PersonalRepresentative:GLENELL J. NATHANAddress: 126 JACKSONRD., GADSDEN, SC29052

Estate: PATRICE R.ROBINSON22ES4000668PersonalRepresentative: TAMIKA NICOL HOPKINSAddress: 1155 CLEMSON FRONTAGE RD.APT. 207, COLUMBIA,SC 29229

Estate: GLENNSTEPHEN SHERMAN22ES4001249PersonalRepresentative:CHERYL SHARPESHERMANAddress: 104 HAWKSNEST CT., COLUMBIA, SC 29212

Estate: ROSCOE E.SMITH22ES4001233PersonalRepresentative:MICHAEL TONYSMITHAddress: 116 COLDBRANCH DR.,COLUMBIA, SC 29223Attorney: JAMES CORBETT Address: PO BOX11006, COLUMBIA, SC29211

Estate: MARY L. SOX22ES4001395Personal

Representative:CHRISTOPHER MARTIN SOXAddress: 1021 RIVERSTONE CT., WESTCOLUMBIA, SC 29169

Estate: PHILIP ANDRESPIGNER22ES4000972PersonalRepresentative: GLORIA SPIGNERAddress: 1921 KATHLEEN DR., COLUMBIA, SC 29210

Estate: IRENE ELIZABETH M. SWINK22ES4001234PersonalRepresentative:CHRISTINA SIMSAddress: 11039 WHITESWAN CT., LUGOFF,SC 29078

Estate: JOANNA PETTIT TURNER22ES4001216PersonalRepresentative:WILLIAM M. TURNERJR.Address: 922ENCLAVE DR. APT.209, FAYETTEVILLE,NC 28301

Estate: CHARLESWALKER22ES4001307PersonalRepresentative: MARIAWALKERAddress: 10 WOODLANDS VILLAGE CT.,COLUMBIA, SC 29229

Estate: RICHARDDOMENIC ASTRELLA22ES4001403PersonalRepresentative: NEREIDA ASTRELLAAddress: 5 BERRY CT.,COLUMBIA, SC 29229Co-PersonalRepresentative:RICHARD D. ASTRELLA Address: 1928 NECTARINE ST.,PHILADELPHIA, PA19130Attorney: JOHN D.KORNEGAY IIIAddress: PO BOX11262, COLUMBIA, SC29211

Estate: PATRICIAWINGARD BOYER22ES4001289PersonalRepresentative: JACKA. BOYER JR.Address: 225 CONGAREE RD., EASTOVER,SC 29044Attorney: ALLEN

BIRGE WISE JR.Address: PO BOX 1637,COLUMBIA, SC 29202

Estate: LASONJACQUINE BUTLER22ES4001414PersonalRepresentative:LAKESHIA MONICABUTLERAddress: 138 STERLING AVE., ORANGEBURG, SC 29115Attorney: ALEXIMGRUNDAddress: 1534 BLANDING ST. STE. A,COLUMBIA, SC 29201

Estate: PLATTTHOMAS CURRY22ES4000507PersonalRepresentative:REBECCA ASBELLAddress: 1516 CHELTENHAM LN.,COLUMBIA, SC 29223Attorney: DENNIS M.GERALDAddress: PO BOX 805,COLUMBIA, SC 29202

Estate: TONYA J.DUCEY22ES4001344PersonalRepresentative: FREDERICK E. DUCEY IIIAddress: 308 TURTLECREEK DR., COLUMBIA, SC 29229Attorney: JONATHANE. SPITZAddress: PO BOX11262, COLUMBIA, SC29211

Estate: CHRISTINAISABEL FERRER22ES4001389PersonalRepresentative: THANIA M. LANAAddress: 2333 DULLESSTATION BLVD., APT.438, HERNDON, VA20171-6251

Estate: WILLIEEDWARD GRATE22ES4001262PersonalRepresentative: JEEMYD. GRATE-PEARSONAddress: 1130 KENTWOOD DR., SUMTER,SC 29154

Estate: ANN WHITENER GWINN22ES4001408PersonalRepresentative: JOHNCURTIS GWINN JR.Address: 418 MT.ELON CHURCH RD.,HOPKINS, SC 29061PersonalRepresentative:ROBERT LAYTONGWINNAddress: 1781 SHAWS

FORK RD., AIKEN, SC29805Attorney: ALAN J.REYNERAddress: PO BOX 8448,COLUMBIA, SC 29202

Estate: ROBERTARROWOOD HENDERSON SR.2ES4000967PersonalRepresentative: BONNIE HENDERSONRANKIN Address: 9 CRYSTALVIEW CT., IRMO, SC29063

Estate: DAVIDCHRISTOPHERHOLMES22ES4001041PersonalRepresentative:STEPHANIE HOLMESAddress: 8520BRUNGER ST., MANASSAS, VA 20112

Estate: RUTH GARVEYHORGER22ES4001381PersonalRepresentative:ROBERT R. HORGERAddress: 30 HILLWOOD CT., COLUMBIA, SC 29204

Estate: WILLIE MAEGREEN KENNEDY22ES4001143PersonalRepresentative:PHILLIP GEORGEAddress: 3015OAKHAVEN RD.,COLUMBIA, SC 29204Attorney: TAMEIKAISAAC DEVINEAddress: PO BOX 1984,COLUMBIA, SC 29202

Estate: ISAIAH NELSON 22ES4001210PersonalRepresentative: CYNTHIA A. PHILLIPSAddress: 120 RUTHELLEN CT., BLYTHEWOOD, SC 29016

Estate: WILLIAM L.PHERIGO22ES4001434PersonalRepresentative: FREDERICK L. GREEN IIIAddress: 87 SEAISLAND DR.,GEORGETOWN, SC29440Attorney: WILLIAMGEORGE NEWSOMEIIIAddress: 1501 MAINST. STE. 601, COLUMBIA, SC 29201

Estate: FRANCISCARODRIGUEZ22ES4001293

PersonalRepresentative: CARMEN DRIGGERSAddress: 2324 TORBAYDR., ORANGE PARK,FL 32073

Estate: HOWARD T.ROWELL22ES4001311PersonalRepresentative: WADEF. WARD JR.Address: 112 RICHMOND HILL CT.,WILLIAMSBURG, VA23185Attorney: A. BENNETTEVERSAddress: PO BOX11262, COLUMBIA, SC29211

Estate: JAMES WESLEY SHARPERSONJR.22ES4000554PersonalRepresentative: MARYE. SHARPERSONAddress: 523 MYSTICKSPRING RD., COLUMBIA, SC 29229Attorney: BLAKELYCAHOONAddress: PO BOX23303, COLUMBIA, SC29224

Estate: BENNIE LEESIMS JR.22ES4000946PersonalRepresentative: LINDAL. JOHNSONAddress: 429 HICKORYRIDGE DR., COLUMBIA, SC 29209

Estate: GERALDBRUCE SONENSHINE22ES4001407PersonalRepresentative:NANCY LEFFLERSONENSHINEAddress: 101 SANIBELCIR., COLUMBIA, SC29223Attorney: ALAN JAYREYNER JR.Address: PO BOX 8448,COLUMBIA, SC 29202

Estate: CLEMONLEON STOCKER22ES4001385PersonalRepresentative:YVONNE G. STOCKERAddress: 135 AMERICAN AVE., HOPKINS,SC 29061

Estate: ESTHERBERTHA SULLIVAN22ES4001212PersonalRepresentative: BONNIE S. HUMPHRIESAddress: 792 BENTLEYDR., LEXINGTON, SC29072

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2022 ILCA Nationals – Final Day goes with a bang!

Day 5, final day of the 2022 UKLA Open & National Championships of the ILCA 4, 6 & 7 at Hayling Island SC.After Day 5 – Final Leaders are:After the thunder and rain had passed through in the morning, the three ILCA class fleets were released for the 256 competitors to complete their final championship races.ILCA 7 Final Leaders after 10 races, 1 discard (56 entries)1st GBR Jacob Farren-Price A Warsash SC 2 1 – – 15 pts 2nd GBR Finley Dick...

Day 5, final day of the 2022 UKLA Open & National Championships of the ILCA 4, 6 & 7 at Hayling Island SC.

After Day 5 – Final Leaders are:

After the thunder and rain had passed through in the morning, the three ILCA class fleets were released for the 256 competitors to complete their final championship races.

ILCA 7 Final Leaders after 10 races, 1 discard (56 entries)

1st GBR Jacob Farren-Price A Warsash SC 2 1 – – 15 pts 2nd GBR Finley Dickinson U21 Hayling Island SC 3 5 – – 26 pts 3rd GBR James Foster U21 Poole YC 8 -9 – – 44 pts 4th NZL Luke Deegan am n TBA 6 7 – – 47 pts 5th GBR James Percival-Cooke a n Norfolk Broads YC 4 4 – – 48 pts 6th CAN Ben Flower a n TBA 1 2 – – 53 pts 7th GBR Kai Wolgram u19 n Llyn Brenig SC 9 11 – – 81 pts 8th GBR Nick Welbourn U21 Hykeham SC 15 10 – – 87 pts 9th GBR Robert Holmes am n Tynemouth SC 5 6 – – 96 pts

ILCA 6 Final Leaders after 10 races, 1 discard (104 entries)

1st GBR Daisy Collingridge Female Waldringfield SC 3 1 – – 14 pts 2nd GBR Matilda Nicholls Female Aldeburgh YC -4 2 – – 19 pts 3rd GBR Ben Elvin Male Stokes Bay SC 1 -43 – – 21 pts 4th GBR Ross Harvey Male Hayling Island SC -12 4 – – 28 pts 5th GBR Jon Emmett Male Weir Wood SC 2 5 – – 37 pts 6th ROU Ebru Bolat Female Sportul Studentesc -11 6 – – 40 pts 7th GBR Anya Haji-Michael Female Redesmere SC 7 -51 – – 41 pts 8th GBR Molly Sacker Female TBA 8 14 – – 44 pts 9th GBR William Pank Male Norfolk Broads YC -16 3 – – 47 pts 10th GBR Chloe Elvin Female Stokes Bay SC 9 -34 – – 54 pts

ILCA 4 Final Leaders after 9 races, 1 discard (96 entries)

1st GBR Henry Redmond Male U18 Covenham SC 8 – – 25 pts 2nd GBR Freddie Sunderland Male U16 Draycote Water SC 2 – – 25 pts 3rd GBR Fred Salter Male u18 n Gurnard SC 3 – – 35 pts 4th GBR Noah Evans Male U18 Royal Victoria YC 5 – – 37 pts 5th HKG Peter Jessop Male u16 n TBA 7 – – 38 pts 6th GBR Angus Beale Male U18 Corinthian Otters 21 – – 56 pts Leading women: 16th GBR Millie Lewis Female U18 Medway YC 17 – – 99 pts 24th GBR Amélie Hacker Female U16 Rutland SC 31 – – 117 pts 30th GBR Daisy Fisher Female u18 n TBA 26 – – 138 pts 34th GBR Kaitlyn Wyatt Female U18 Shoreham SC 30 – – 148.5 pts 35th GBR Tatiana Hazelwood Female U16 Royal Hospital School 40 – – 149.5 pts 37th IRL Hannah Dadley-Young Female u18 n Ballyholme YC 9 – – 150 pts

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