Couriering Clemmons — What was happening in 2011

Published 12:00 am Thursday, March 7, 2019

Couriering the area this week in 2011 — West Forsyth principal Kurt Telford accepted a flag from teacher and soldier Rick McVicker who had been recently deployed to Iraq and was hoping to be back to resume his teaching duties in August.

Telford shocked the school announcing he would be leaving in April for a post in Guilford County.

Wesley R. Delker was named to the dean’s list at Purdue University for the fall semester. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Delker of Clemmons.

Sid Stapleton joined the team at the Clemmons office of Allan Tate Realtors.

Cindy Anders, of Clemmons, became an independent consultant with Tastefully Simple, Inc. a national direct sales company featuring easy-to-prepare gourmet products.

Ashley C. Couch and Michelle Setzer were both named “West Forsyth High School Students of the Month” for January 2007.

Todd S. Eldredge and Erika Marie Mill, both of Clemmons, and Preeti Sanjay Mamani, of Pfafftown, were approved for licensure as Certified Public Accountants (CPA’s) in the state of North Carolina.

Nathan Harless, of Clemmons, was one of 15 engineering students at Lipscomb University’s Raymond B. Jones School of Engineering, who passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam.

Matt Sapp, Greg Holt, Chad Jarvis, Chris Carter, John Stamper and Jeff Gonza were returning seniors who were to play vital roles for the West Forsyth varsity baseball team.

Steve Garland, who served as the town of Lewisville’s attorney since the towns’ incorporation in 1991, retired.

Anne Grant, a local portrait photographer with Anne Grant — The Village Photographer studio in Clemmons, presented a selection of recent works.

Abby Howe, of Clemmons, landed a role in the Lexington Youth Theatre’s “High School Musical” production.

Clemmons financial planner, Al Seymour, earned renewed membership in the Million Dollar Round Table, the premier association of financial professionals.

Steve Sechrist came in first place in the Courier basketball contest missing four. Linda Brown was a close second, who also missed four, but was off with a few points on the tie-breaker.