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Published on October 01, 2014

Local attorney joins Georgetown Hospital System board of trustees

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Local attorney Daniel W. “Dan” Stacy Jr. has been elected to the Georgetown Hospital System board of trustees. 

Stacy’s three-year term on the 14-member board became effective Oct. 1 and builds on his involvement with the hospital system. Stacy has served as chairman of the board of directors of the Georgetown Hospital System Foundation since 2011.

GHS board chairman H. McRoy Skipper Jr. said he is delighted that someone with Stacy’s experience is joining the board, which is charged with providing leadership and establishing policies to meet the health care needs of the community.

“Dan Stacy brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the board of trustees,” Skipper said. “His legal expertise, his leadership in economic development; his service on the GHS Foundation board and his involvement in community outreach will make him a valuable trustee as we identify and implement strategies for delivering quality care in a rapidly changing health care environment.” 

Stacy is a partner in the law firm of Oxner & Stacy. He began his legal career with Nexsen, Pruet, Jacobs & Pollard’s Columbia office and later worked with the McNair Law Firm in Georgetown and Burroughs & Chapin Co. Inc. in Myrtle Beach.

He serves on the boards of the Alliance for Economic Development of Georgetown County and is vice chairman of the Nemours Wildlife Foundation. Stacy previously served on the board of the Smith Medical Clinic and has donated his services to The Outreach Farm, Friendship Place and Teach My People.  The Gaffney native earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from Wofford College and his law degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law. He and his wife, Laura, have two children, Jackson, 17, and Margaret, 15.

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