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Habitat for Humanity of North Augusta (HFHNA) mourns the death of Dorie King on August 24, 2016. Mrs. King, 72, of Belvedere, was a well-loved member of the community, and, among other passions, put in hundreds of hours with HFHNA.
Habitat for Humanity of North Augusta is pleased to announce that Kris Hollingsworth will become Secretary of HFHNA effective August 1. Kris joined HFHNA in May and jumped right into things by offering to take minutes during her first two Board meetings!
Kris is currently employed by Southern Nuclear at Plant Vogtle as the Plant Manager’s Senior Secretary. She has worked in the nuclear industry in various power plants up and down the east coast for well over 19 years. Originally from Florida, Kris has lived in South Carolina and Colorado. She currently resides in Augusta.
Kris replaces Michelle Randrup, who will remain on the Board as the IT Committee Chair.
Welcome to the Board Kris!
VP Mike Deger
The HFHNA Board of Directors has elected Mike Deger to the position of Vice President. Mike moved to North Augusta in 2012 and soon immersed himself in HFHNA’s activities. He joined the board’s Public Relations Committee in 2015.
Mike retired as COO of Block Electric in Chicago. During his career, he held many positions within the company and served on the boards of a number of industry organizations. See our June Newsletter for more information about Mike’s family and career.
The entire Board welcomes Mike as VP and thanks him for accepting the position.