Donald V. Brown


After graduation I did three years in the Signal Corps, including a tour in Vietnam with 5th BN, 42nd Artillery.  After that I got an MS in Management Science from Clemson and worked five years with Owens-Corning Fiberglas in three locations.  From 1979 to 1989 I served in administrative roles with the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention in the Philippines (translation—we were missionaries).  We not only learned Cebuano and Tagalog but also had a ringside seat for the revolution.  After we returned to the U.S. in 1989 I started an IT recruiting company and in 2000 redirected the business to developing order fulfillment software for the decorated apparel industry. 

 My wife Beverley and I have two daughters and four granddaughters.  Life now revolves around growing the business, working with a church we helped start four years ago and our extended family.  I enjoy working too much to retire, but I find the idea of slowing down a bit to be more attractive each year.

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