Greason Elected President of Forsyth Tech Foundation Board

New Directors and Officers Named to 30-Member Board

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (July 27, 2010) – Murray C. Greason, Jr., an attorney with Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, was elected president of the board of The Foundation of Forsyth Tech. In the election, Penni P. Bradshaw, Managing Member of Constangy Brooks & Smith, was chosen as vice-president. Ramon Velez, M.D., Wake Forest University Health Sciences, was elected member-at-large. Forsyth Tech President Gary M. Green was re-elected as secretary of the Foundation board. And Wendy R. Emerson, vice president for business services at the College, was elected treasurer.

Six new members were elected to the board. They are Louis B. Baldwin, Jr., Baldwin Properties; Walton T. Carpenter, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.; C. Douglas Cross, First Tennessee Bank; David C. Eagan, Commercial Properties, Inc.; D. Gray Kimel, Vulcan Materials; and Scott J. Sewell, Cook Medical.

Forsyth Tech Foundation Board members serve two three-year terms and must be re-elected for the second term.  Those re-elected for their second term are Lynn Gargis, Wachovia, a Wells Fargo Company; Murray C. Greason, Jr., Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice; Beverly Godfrey, Coldwell Banker Triad Realtors; and Will Sutton, BB&T University.