As the arts center that bears its name celebrates 30 years in Greenville, the Peace family sees its legacy continue through the generations.
Luckily for Greenville, Joe Jordan rarely missed a shot. “He loved a Rolleiflex camera,” recalls his son, Doug Jordan.
The Sirrines roll from building wagons to building Greenville into the Textile Center of the World.
The Greenville Journal is committed to telling the stories of the people and places that shaped our city. This month we look at the impact of the Mickel and Daniel families.
The Greenville family bolsters the community on its journey while leading the way in the long-haul trucking insurance industry.
The Greenville Journal pulls back the curtains for a rare peek at the foundation these legacy landmarks have formed over the centuries, creating the streetscape we travel today.
Generations of Hipps enrich and energize Greenville through strong businesses and community service.
Across generations, the Wyche family works to improve the vista for all.
More than half a dozen resorts are a short drive from Greenville.
Why order a simple rum and Coke when you can sip rum-infused with vanilla and ginger, topped with a carved garnish rivaling the Eiffel Tower?
The blueprints and office designs sit within arm’s length at his desk. Scott Moore references them multiple times a day as president of 98 Ventures, a Greenville-based executive management services…
“I ride by here twice a day to see what’s going on,” says Principal Maureen Tiller. “They are really rocking and rolling out here, getting things done."
“I have buddies who are members at a private country club paying close to $1,000 a month,” Ross Van Dyck says. “We’re bringing the same country club experience in a more economical way.”
"Nobody told me I was going to go through a phase of ‘What’s my identity? Who am I?” -Ed Byus, Special Ops veteran
Joe Erwin has led many significant endeavors, but the secret behind his plentiful success rests in a humble attitude and a giving spirit.