Dease Is AMI Marlboro Infinity Teacher Of The Year

In the month of June 2010, Mrs. Kimberly H. Dease along with two of her coworkers traveled to Columbia, S.C. for and AMI Regional Award ceremony.
Dease was very astonished that she was selected as Teacher of the Year.
Dease is a Dillon resident and the daughter of Ann. H. Manning and Phillips M. Hamer.
She is a Lake View High School Class of 2000 graduate and furthered her education at Clemson University with a degree in Microbiology and also received a Masters in Secondary Education from Grand Canyon University. Dease, a former Marlboro County science teacher, started working for AMI in late October 2009 as a science teacher.
In this short period of time, she has done many exceptional things and left enough of an impression on her Executive Director Lori Helsewood, that she named her Teacher of the Year. Dease states that she could not have performed to the best of her ability if the staff was not supportive.
She thanks a special group of people including Adrienne Dease, Lori Channell, Jacqueline Cousar, Darian Rembert, William Young, Christopher “Bo” Campbell, Ida McKiver, and especially Ms. Lori Helsewood for giving her the opportunity to work for a company that is very well grounded.
Others receiving awards were Jacqueline Cousar for the leadership award and Adrienne Dease for five years of Service of AMI.