His father was a sheriff, his mother was a school teacher and Tommy Pope was destined to continue their careers in public service. After graduating from Rock Hill High School, Tommy pursued a degree in Business Management at the University of South Carolina. As a freshman, Tommy began working at the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) as a “phone boy” — literally, the boy who answered the phones. Throughout his undergraduate years, in addition to his phone boy duties, Tommy ran the blood hounds, cut down marijuana fields and apprehended criminals. By the time he graduated from Carolina in 1984, he had “blue lights in his blood" and soon became a full time agent at SLED.
This week we wished farewell to Republican Representatives Gary Clary, Con Chellis, Alan Clemmons, Mike Forrester, Nancy Mace, Peter McCoy, Kit Spires, Mike Sottile, Eddie Tallon & Mac Toole. We thank you for your years of dedicated service to this state & wish you the very best.
@collins_neal Many of our firefighters have asked why Rep Hill would vote against them and this important bill. I can't speak for him but you can ask directly at firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com or text (864) 245-5885