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Ethoin Rowe

Ethoin Rowe, American government official. Recipient Charles Evans award Department of Army, Fort Gordon, 1985.

Background

Rowe, Ethoin was born on January 14, 1951 in Salley, South Carolina, United States. Son of Andrew Senior and Gladys (Thompson) Rowe.

Education

Associate of Arts with honors, Palmer Junior College, Columbia, South Carolina, 1970. Bachelor of Science, University South Carolina, 1972. Master of Education, University South Carolina, 1974.

Career

Guidance counselor Education division United States Army Reserve, Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina, 1974, education specialist Fort Jackson, 1974-1976, guidence counselor Mannheim, Germany, 1976-1977, education officer, 1977-1979, Schweinfurt, Germany, 1979-1980, 1983-1984. Equal employment manager Army Medical Center, Fort Gordon, Georgia, 1980-1983, personnel service officer Georgia, 1984-1985, alcohol and drug program manager, 1985-1989, deputy director personnel and community activities, since 1989. Real estate broker Rowe and Associates, Augusta, Georgia, since 1980.

Teacher Dist 1 School System, Columbia, South Carolina, 1974-1976.

Religion

The sole basis for faith is the Bible and it is infallible.

Views

The family is the most basic of human institutions through which people are nurtured and sustained in love, responsibility, and respect.

Membership

Test administrator, South Carolina Merit System, Columbia, 1974-1976. Advisory committee, Augusta School Board, since 1982, past president. Board directors Center Savannah River Area Business League, since 1986.

Member National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Augusta Chamber of Commerce, National Vocational Guidance Association, Augusta Board Realtors, Georgia Association Realtors, National Association Realtors. American Association for Counseling and Development, Phi Delta Kappa.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, gardening, biking, travel.

Connections

Married Emma F. Rowe, August 31, 1974. 1 child, Tiffany.

Politics

Baptist churches should celebrate the racial, cultural and theological diversity witnessed within its membership.