Enoree mourns the loss of mr. ray anderson
Ray Jackson Anderson, 56, of Easley, passed away Thursday, April 9, 2015 at St. Francis Hospital.
Born January 28, 1959 in Kannapolis, NC, he was a son of the late Hugh Jack and Margaret Helen Matthews Anderson. Mr. Anderson earned an Associate Degree from Haywood Technical College in Forest Management Technology and a Bachelor’s of Science from Berea College in Industrial Arts. He was certified by the National Institute for Automobile Service Excellence as a Master Technician. Mr. Anderson taught Automotive Technology for 20 years, most recently at Enoree Career Center in Greenville, SC. He enjoyed NASCAR, dirt track racing, nature, hiking and boating.
Mr. Anderson is survived by his daughter, Jessica Anderson and fiancé Ryan of Columbia, SC; brothers, Wayne Anderson of Kannapolis, NC and Reid Anderson of Concord, NC.
To best accommodate Mr. Anderson’s friends and family two Celebration of Life events will be held.
The first Celebration of Life event will be held at Camp Buckhorn Lodge approximately 4 miles inside Paris Mountain State Park on Thursday, April 23rd. Friends and family may offer their condolences any time between 4:00 and 8:00 pm.
The second Celebration of Life will be held near Mr. Anderson’s home town of Kannapolis, NC on April 25th. For details please call Wayne Anderson at 704-361-6870.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to South Carolina State Parks, Recreation and Tourism, in memory of Ray Jackson Anderson, 1205 Pendleton Street, Suite 248, Columbia, SC 29201.
ECTC Autobody Students Refurbish Humvee added to TR Police Deparment's Fleet
The following is an excerpt from the Travelers Rest Tribune:
The students, who take part in a program at the Enoree Career Center, took the Humvee completely apart, painting it a little at a time – from the doors to the hood to the top to the body. They also designed the rhino lining detail and helped to fabricate a seat mount as well, according to Pruitt. “This is their accomplishment,” Pruitt said. “It gave them something different to work on, and it's something that they are very proud of.”
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