Darlington Veneer recognized for 100 years of “outstanding entrepreneurial endeavors”

Darlington Veneer Company celebrated its 100th Anniversary with an April 27 reception at the historic Wilds-Edwards House in Darlington. Guests speakers included South Carolina’s Lieutenant Governor Kevin Bryant, SC House Speaker Jay Lucas, and A.D. Jordan (representing Senator Tim Scott).

Several members of the DVC family, including owners John and Jim Ramsey, DVC general manager Pat Lynch, and retired VP Reggie Hubbard offered thanks to employees and the Darlington community for making DVC an enduring success story for the past century.

Rep. Lucas presented the Ramsey brothers with a copy of House Resolution 5101, honoring Darlington Veneer Company for a century of “outstanding entrepreneurial endeavors, and to extend best wishes for continued success in the years to come.”

Founded in 1918 by Sherman Ramsey, DVC is one of the oldest and most successful manufacturers of hardwood plywood products in the nation, and maintains a heritage of environmental safety and conservation.

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Author: mrollins

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