November 2, 2018 - Charleston, SC - Carolina One Real Estate Realtor® Oliver Mathewes was recently recognized by the South Carolina REALTORS® (SCR) with the C. Dan Joyner Community Service Award for 2018. The prestigious award was presented to Mathewes at the October 17th meeting of the SCR Board of Directors in Columbia, SC.
The C. Dan Joyner Community Service Award was established in 2002 and is presented annually to an individual who displays the values of Realtor® professionalism, compassion and volunteerism. SCR’s Awards Committee chooses the individual to be recognized for their outstanding and ongoing voluntary commitments.
At the time of his death in 2012, C. Dan Joyner was Chairman and CEO of Prudential C. Dan Joyner Company, REALTORS®. Joyner left behind an extraordinary legacy as a successful businessman, faithful community servant and committed family man who touched the lives of numerous people during his lifetime.
Oliver Mathewes is more than a successful residential and commercial Realtor®…he’s a dedicated community service advocate, having donated countless hours to the Lowcountry March of Dimes (MOD). Throughout his more than 25 years of volunteering at the MOD, including being Chairman of the local Board, Mathewes helped to organized numerous events and recruited countless Carolina One Real Estate volunteers to raise money and serve meals to the walkers at the annual MOD Walk for Babies.
According to John Grisillo, former BIC at Mathewes Folly Road office, “Oliver is the consummate giver. He moves seamlessly from serving clients with his real estate expertise to serving others in the community. His charitable efforts have touched many in the community and his actions have served to inspire many others at Carolina One Real Estate to emulate his commitment to service.
The March of Dimes is a United States nonprofit organization that works to educate and improve the health of mothers and babies to prevent birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. The organization was founded by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1938, as the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, to combat polio.
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