Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 1990
Published 12:00 am Thursday, October 22, 2020
Couriering this area this week in 1990 — George and Annette Blackburn of Clemmons announced the birth of a son, George Bryant at Forsyth Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Ralph and Audrey Bryant of Clemmons and paternal grandparents are George and Vonda Blackburn of Winston-Salem.
David M. Konkler received the Eagle Scout award from Troop 749 of Ardmore United Methodist Church. His parents are Donna W. Konkler of Winston-Salem and David M. Konkler of Clemmons.
Pat Burris was promoted to branch manager of the First Home Federal Clemmons office. Burris joined 1st Home in 1972 and served as customer service representative in Clemmons.
West Forsyth High School Principal Jerry Wayne Peoples was honored as the State Principal of the Year at the Burger King Honors of Excellence symposium in Washington, D.C.
Brooke Young, of Clemmons, was elected as a varsity captain for the East Carolina UNiversity cheerleaders and Pirates mascots. Young is a sophomore physical education major. Her parents are Greg and Betsy Young of Donegal Drive in Clemmons.
Thanks to strong hitting by Julie Lanning and Amanda Key, and excellent setting by Jill Malton, the West Forsyth High School volleyball team played a 15-10, 15-10, 15-13 state quarterfinal win over West Charlotte.
UNC-Greensboro announced that two Clemmons residents completed their degree requirements during the summer session. Victoria R. Ransom of Immanuel Road earned a master of science in nursing. James E. Jacobs of Shady Oak Trail earned a B.A in history.
Navy Airman David C. Yamduti, son of Marlise Colucci of Clemmons, recently returned from deployment to the Mediterranean Sea while serving on aircraft carrier USS Eisenhower, homeported in Norfolk, Virginia.