Historic Savannah Foundation announces new Trustees

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Historic Savannah Foundation (HSF) recently announced four new members of its Board of Trustees at the organization’s 63rd annual meeting at The DeSoto.

The new members are:

Andy Dyer:  Andy is the President of K Machine Industrial Services, LLC. Dyer is also a Member of St. Andrew Society (Scottish Heritage Society) and The Savannah Golf Club. Dyer is on the Executive Committee of the Leukemia Cup Regatta in Savannah, and supports numerous organizations through K Machine Industrial Services, LLC.

Paul Hamilton: He retired 3 years ago as a Senior Vice President for PepsiCo’s beverage supply chain. He is currently serving as an independent director for a privately held company owned by Greenbriar private equity group. Additionally, he served as Chairman for Ability Beyond Disability.

Cody Tharpe: He is a licensed Professional Engineer in nine states. Tharpe’s expertise includes structural analysis and design of steel, concrete, masonry and timber structures located in high seismic and wind velocity regions and assessment, analysis, and design of modifications and repairs of historic buildings for adaptive reuse projects. His firm, Tharpe Engineering Group, is a preservation-minded structural engineering consulting firm with a particular focus on rehabilitation and retrofit strengthening of historic buildings.



Brad Whitfield: Brad is a partner at a local consulting firm, Coastal Consulting Management Group (CCMG). Whitfield has experience in taxation, business valuation, mergers & acquisitions, finance, consulting and accounting. He currently serves as contract Chief Financial Officer for several companies in Savannah and works with a family office analyzing investment and real estate opportunities.

“HSF is delighted to welcome these talented, knowledgeable individuals to our exceptional Board of Trustees,” said HSF President and CEO Daniel Carey. “These new members will become a vital part of our organization’s continued growth.”
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