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Southern Community Services Announces New Hires and New Community Management Clients in Columbia, SC


Southern Community Services Announces New Hires and New Community Management Clients in Columbia, SC

Southern Community Services (SCS), one of only six AAMC-accredited homeowner association management firms in South Carolina, recently announced several new hires and community management clients in Columbia, S.C. Staff and community details can be viewed online on the SCS website at http://www.trustscs.com.


SCS manages close to 180 communities across the Carolinas and is staffed with accredited professionals who work to maintain efficient communities ranging in size from small neighborhoods to large, master-planned developments like Lake Carolina, Wildewood and Cobblestone Park in the Midlands, the Reserve at Lake Keowee in the Upstate and Park West in the Charleston area. SCS has grown its portfolio steadily since its founding in 2000 by principals Chuck Munn and Larry Ridlehoover; the firm now employs 45 accredited professionals across North and South Carolina.


Some of the new SCS Communities in the Columbia, S.C. Area include:

  • Regatta Forest, a 75-lot community located in Irmo, S.C., joins the SCS family, along with Coatbridge, Windermere and Governor’s Hill.
  • Coatbridge is located in Blythewood, South Carolina and serves the award-winning Richland School District Two.
  • A gated community of 320 mostly custom-built homes, Windermere is interspersed with golf course easements and private neighborhood roads.
  • Governor’s Hill is located in the capital city of Columbia, South Carolina with 29 single-family lots situated on Gadsden and Laurel Streets, close to the Governor’s Mansion.

“Southern Community Services is excited about the opportunity to expand the communities it serves,” said Ken Tamsin, CEO of SCS. “The Columbia, S.C., market offers not only new construction communities, but also well established, distinguished clients as well.”


From new SCS Hires in Columbia, S.C.:

Stephanie “Stevie” Johnson is a new community association manager at SCS’ Midlands regional headquarters on Rice Bent Way, and Teresa Rignon joins the Lake Carolina team as an administrative assistant. Teresa has been in the customer service industry for over 20 years, was most recently with United Way and lives in Columbia, South Carolina, while serving on her HOA board.


“Our staff are the lifeblood of our organization,” notes Tamsin. “Our team has a drive to be the best, and we support their training and accreditation to ensure that our customers receive the most efficient, industry-leading community management services available in the Carolinas.”


Learn more about SCS and view staff bios at http://www.trustscs.com.


About Southern Community Services

Founded in 2000, Southern Community Services (SCS) specializes in the management of homeowner associations across the Carolinas, with a longstanding reputation as the leader in its industry. Staffed with accredited professionals who work diligently to accommodate the unique needs of each community, SCS provides turnkey solutions, state-of-the-art technology and decades of association management experience to boards, with senior-level involvement in every aspect of the business. Learn more about SCS at www.trustscs.com.


Media Contact: Meg Parker, Flock and Rally, 704-942-0742, meg@flockandrally.com

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