Gregory (Greg) Van Dyke is Pastor of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Pawleys Island. Greg has served on the Amazing Journey Board since 2018 as past Treasurer, and is the current Board President. A believer in “second chances” he sees the work of Amazing Journey as supporting a return to productive citizenship for graduates of the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Reentry Program. Greg also serves the community as a Chaplain for the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Department. He is married to Linda for 34 years and has 3 adult children.
Bradley Thomas Jenkins is Executive Vice President, Project Manager for Coastal Structures Corporation. His past 30 years in Real Estate Development and Construction Management affords him knowledge and experience to help make key decisions in the operation and future planning of the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Re-entry program. These contacts are also key for fundraising and job opportunities for graduates of the program. Brad has served on the Board since 2015 as past President and current Board Vice President. He Is a resident of Pawleys Island and Member of Pawleys Island Community Church. He is married to Missy Jenkins and has two adult sons and a granddaughter. He and Missy were married by the late Georgetown County Sheriff, A Lane Cribb. He graduated from Clemson University with a BS in Financial Management. His goal is to educate individuals and organizations on the value of this great program and encourage community support.
M. Keith Ericco is President of CRM Of The Carolinas, a national contracting company based in Murrells Inlet SC. He is also the CEO of Sun Hospitality Resort Services, a national service company based in Myrtle Beach SC. Keith has resided in the Pawleys Island area since 1992 and enjoys being a contributing member of the community. Keith was asked to serve on the board by the late Sheriff Lane Crib in 2019 and is now the current Board Treasurer.
Frank Slater is a retired resident of Pawleys Island, living in Georgetown County since 2008. He joined the Amazing Journey Board of Directors in 2018, and has been serving as Board Secretary since 2020. He is a member at St. Paul’s Waccamaw United Methodist Church. In his spare time he enjoys shooting Sporting Clays as a member of the Backwoods Quail Club in Georgetown County.
Bess Lochocki has over 12 years of experience practicing law in the state and federal courts of South Carolina. She founded her own firm in Pawleys Island in 2016: Waccamaw Law. Since 2016 she has been practicing mostly in Georgetown and Horry Counties – advising clients in areas of probate litigation, contested guardianships, family law, small business counsel, and consumer protection issues. Bess is involved with several other non-profits in Georgetown County and an active member of her church, Precious Blood of Christ Catholic Church.
Collin Jewell is a graduate of the Charleston School of Law in Charleston, South Carolina. Collin earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in business law from Stetson University in DeLand, Florida. Prior to college, Collin grew up along the Grand Strand and graduated from Waccamaw High School in Pawleys Island, South Carolina.
As a shareholder of The Floyd Law Firm, Mr. Jewell’s areas of practice include civil litigation, HOA law, criminal defense, and personal injury.
In addition to serving on the Board of Directors for Amazing Journey, Collin serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Tidelands Health Foundation Board. He is also a member of the Murrells Inlet Rotary Club and has previously served as Attorney Coach for Waccamaw High School in the S.C. Bar Mock Trial Competition. Collin has also proudly been named South Carolina General Counsel for the Carolinas Section of the PGA.
Jeff Corbin is originally from Florence and has lived in Pawleys Island since 1999. He is a graduate of Clemson University, class of 1984. He has been employed by Sedgwick Insurance Services, formerly GAB Robins, Cunningham Linsdsey, Vericlaim for 36 years. Jeff has served on the Board since 2020.
Beverly Sullivan was born and raised in Connecticut. She attended Southern Connecticut State College with a 6th year degree in Special Education, taught 2 years at Newtown Middle School, and 28 years at Bridgeport Juvenile Detention Center. She took early retirement to work as a real estate agent with Prudential/Berkshire Hathaway Services of New England. After retirement she moved to South Carolina in 2016. She is currently active in several community based organizations. Fun activities include golf, tennis and pickleball.
Anna Magann is an attorney with McGowan, Hood, Felder & Phillips, LLC, handling personal injury (primarily medical malpractice) cases. She moved to the Grand Strand area in 2007 when she started practicing law. Anna’s husband, John, has been employed by the Sheriff’s office for approximately twenty years. They have three children and are members of Belin United Methodist Church in Murrells Inlet, SC.