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  Hodges, Kenneth
NameKenneth Hodges
Green Pond, South Carolina , United States
Born February 11, 1952 (64 years)
Last ModifedRBH
Jul 03, 2015 05:25pm
Tags Black - Married - NAACP - Baptist -
InfoPastor, Tabernacle Baptist Church; residing at 14906 Bennetts Point Rd., Green Pond; b. Feb. 11, 1952 in Bennetts Point; s. the late Benjamin F. Hodges and the late Lydia Whaley Hodges; g. Clark Coll., B.A., 1977; Morehouse School of Religion of Interdenominational Theological Center, M. Div., Atlanta, Ga., 1986; Aug. 7, 1982 m. Patricia Few Hodges, 3 children, Kendrea, Kenyatta, and Kenithea; Exec. Bd., Marlboro Co. Branch NAACP, 1987-93; Bennettsville Housing Authority, Comr., 1989-93, Chm., 1991-93; Adv. Comm., Evans Correctional Institute Volunteer Services, 1989-95; Bennettsville City Councilman, 1989-95; mem., ministerial delegation to London, Kenya, Uganda, and South Africa, 1994; Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, 1993-95; Faculty, S. C. Baptist Congress of Christian Educ., 1994-; former Pastor, Shiloh Baptist Church, Bennettsville, S.C., 1986-95; Exec. Bd., Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of S. C., 1995-01; VC, Beaufort Dist. of the Old Ashley Assn., 1997-00; Bd. of Dirs.: Beaufort Area Boys and Girls Club, 1997-02; Palmetto Chapter of the Amer. Red Cross, 1997-02; Main St. Beaufort, USA, 2004-; mem., Beaufort Co. Economic Development Bd., 1998-01; Instructor, Morris Coll. Extension, 1998-; mem., Ministerial delegation Kenya, Malawi, and Zimbabwe; preached and taught in Zimbabwe; mem., Ministerial delegation to Zimbabwe; preached in Bulawayo and Matare, 1999; V. Moderator, Old Ashley Baptist Assn., 1994-04; Moderator, Old Ashley Baptist Assn., 2004-; elected in Special Election Aug. 16, 2005 to fulfill unexpired term of Walter P. Lloyd [D], deceased


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