Wendell (Wendell) G. Gilliard (D-SH111)
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Capitol: 803.212.6793
FAX: 803.734.2925
District: 843.209.3123
Representative
South Carolina House of Representatives
Room 328-D Blatt Building 1105 Pendleton Street
Columbia, SC 29201

District Office:
PO Box 31641
Charleston, SC 29407
Elected: 2008    Next Election: 2022
DOB: 7/1/1954
Committee Assignments
Vice ChairHouse Committee on Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs
MemberHouse Committee on Regulations and Administrative Procedures
Counties Representing
Charleston

Bio

Public Relations Consultant Residing at 1237 Marvin Ave., Charleston Born July 1, 1954 in Charleston Son of the late William and the late Sinclair Gilliard Attended Devry School of Technology Labor Organizing Coll. held at University of Tennessee campus, and political science training at the National Leagues of Cities 3 children, April Sinclair, Wendell G., and Keith Demon Worked at Albright and Wilson Chemical Plant for 28 years as a chemical plant operator Served as United Steel Workers Local Union President for 15 years Arthur J. Clement Award for Excellence in Race Relations, 1999 Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Stroll of Honor Award for Outstanding Achievement in Politics, 2004 Beta Kappa Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Community Service Award in Politics, 2004 Macedonia African Methodist Episcopal Church, MLK Humanitarian Award, 2006 NAACP North Charleston Chapter's Hall of Fame Award for Community Relations, 2006 Voted Best Councilman by the Charleston City Paper, 2006-08 Charleston Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., Community Service Award, 2008 Recipient of the Community Service Award in Politics presented by the South Carolina National Council of Negro Women The Association for the Study of African life and history {Asalh} Certificate of Appreciation Award Morris St. Baptist church 135th Anniversary Community Service Award (2000) The George Washington Carver Consistory #162 "Expect the Unexpected" Appreciation Award (2001 & 2005) The National Council of Negro women Bethune- Leonard section for Outstanding Community Leader's Award in Politics (2002)