Brown, Spicer join Palmetto Place board

Two new members welcomed to Palmetto Place Children's Shelter board.

Dr. Eric Brown and Rich Spicer were recently appointed to the board of directors for Palmetto Place Children's Shelter, a safe place for children suffering from abuse and neglect.

Brown works for Palmetto Health, while Spicer works for Lambert Architecture.

“Our newest board members carry our mission in their hearts,” Erin Hall, Palmetto Place executive director, said. “They bring talent, expertise and energy to the table and we are very fortunate to have them by our side as we continue to serve abused, neglected and homeless children and teens.”

Brown is a board-certified emergency medicine physician and faculty member with the Palmetto Health Emergency Medicine Residency Program. He holds an undergraduate degree from Duke University and a medical degree from the Boston University School of Medicine.

Spicer is a 15-year veteran of the construction industry and is now a general contractor based in Columbia. He holds a bachelor of science degree in design from Clemson University and has managed more than $1 million in completed construction projects.

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