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Kenneth Hodges' Biography
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Kenneth F. Hodges
Wife: Patricia; 3 Children: Kendrea, Kenyatta, and Kenithea
Bennetts Point, SC
MDiv, Morehouse School of Religion of Interdenominational Theological Center, 1986
BA, Clark College, 1977
Representative, South Carolina State House of Representatives, District 121, 2005-2016
Councilman, Bennettsville City Council, 1989-1995
Former Member, House Environmental Affairs II Subcommittee, South Carolina
Former Member, Subcommittee on Regulations (Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environmental Affairs)
Former Member, Subcommittee on Wildlife
Chair/Commissioner, Bennettsville Housing Authority, 1991-1993
Instructor, Morris College Extension, 1998-present
Faculty, South Carolina Baptist Congress of Christian Education, 1994-present
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Board of Directors, Main Street Beaufort, United States, 2004-present
Moderator, Old Ashley Baptist Association, 2004-present
Pastor, Tabernacle Baptist Church, present
Vice Moderator, Old Ashley Baptist Association, 1994-2004
Board of Directors, Beaufort Area Boys and Girls Club, 1997-2002
Board of Directors, Palmetto Chapter of the American Red Cross, 1997-2002
Executive Board, Baptist Educational and Missionary Conventional of South Carolina, 1995-2001
Member, Beaufort County Economic Development Board, 1998-2001
Vice Chairman, Beaufort District of the Old Ashley Association, 1997-2000
Member, Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, 1993-1995
Pastor, Shiloh Baptist Church, Bennettsville, South Carolina, 1986-1995
Executive Board, Marlboro County Branch National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1987-1993
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