Angela Nicholas

Woody Ford Focuses on Achievement in His Philanthropic Work

By Angela Nicholas | September 8, 2021

For a quarter of a century, Woody Ford has volunteered with the United Way of Horry County, South Carolina. That sounds like a very long time, but Woody — who […]

Ruby Morgan Recalls Life Experiences Over Last 100 Years

By Angela Nicholas | June 17, 2021

The second child of 13 born to Narvie Washington Ward and Lula Azalee Ashe Ward, Ruby Virginia Morgan spent most of her childhood helping her mother raise the younger children […]

Love of Mountains Sparks Gary Wade’s Dedication to Park’s Preservation

By Angela Nicholas | March 18, 2021

When Gary Wade’s dad traded a 1950 Ford for a piece of land along a riverfront, he probably had no idea that his son would eventually become so inspired by […]

Michael Absher Taps Personal Experience To Provide For Homeless Teens

By Angela Nicholas | December 9, 2020

His wasn’t the typical homeless experience. He wasn’t living out in the weather in a cardboard box. He wasn’t cowering under a bridge trying to fight off the elements. He […]

Former Navy SEAL Craig Sawyer Is Passionate To End Child Trafficking ‘Epidemic’

By Angela Nicholas | November 19, 2020

Craig “Sawman” Sawyer has led an interesting life that placed him in situations that would put the fear of God in most people. He served his country in the U.S. […]

Jack Oehm Found Renewed Purpose As A Tunnel To Towers Foundation Volunteer

By Angela Nicholas | October 4, 2020

When Jack Oehm retired from his job as a Fire Department of New York battalion commander Oct. 29, 2012, he felt at loose ends. Then Hurricane Sandy happened — a […]