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Furman Trustee Emeritus Merl Code

Through his careers, companies and leadership initiatives, Furman Trustee Emeritus Merl Code has established an enduring legacy. He is the recipient of the Visionary Leadership Award, which honors lifelong service to others through individual endeavors and community involvement. Code was nominated by the Community Foundation of Greenville and was selected by a committee of executives representing the foundation and TOWN Magazine, which lays out his story, “Moral Code,” in the November issue. See digital pages 108-111.

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