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Honoring Dr. George Lucier at the Dedication of CCCC's Sustainable Technologies Building

Speakers at the dedication of Lucier Hall on the Central Carolina Community College Chatham Main Campus included, left to right: CCCC Board of Trustees member Dr. James G. Crawford, Former CCCC President Dr. T. Eston Marchant, CCCC Foundation Board of Directors member Chris Ehrenfeld, CCCC Board of Trustees Chair H. Julian Philpott Jr., and CCCC President Dr. Lisa M. Chapman.

BOLD Companies owner Chris Ehrenfeld  was honored to recognize George Lucier for his dedicated service to Chatham County. The Central Carolina Community College recently dedicated the Sustainable Technologies Building on its Chatham Main Campus to honor Dr. Lucier, a distinguished member of the CCCC Board of Trustees and the CCCC Foundation. Lucier's extensive service includes roles on the Chatham County Board of Commissioners and the Chatham County Planning Board.

"Retirement for George meant spending his time serving the county he loves and serving this community college,” Enhrenfeld said in his dedication remarks. “This naming recognition means that generations from now will know what a lasting impact George has had on this community."

Dr. Lucier has served 12 years on the CCCC Board of Trustees and currently is the Trustees’ Vice Chair. During his chairmanship of the Building & Grounds Committee, Dr. Lucier played a key role in the development of the 220,000-square-foot E. Eugene Moore Manufacturing and Biotech Solutions Center. This state-of-the-art facility is set to become the largest in the state, addressing advanced manufacturing and biotechnology workforce needs.

The family of Dr. George Lucier stands in front of the newly dedicated Lucier Hall on the Central Carolina Community College Chatham Main Campus.

H. Julian Philpott Jr., Chair of the CCCC Board of Trustees, emphasized Dr. Lucier's invaluable contributions, noting the desire to honor him for outstanding service to the college and the community. CCCC President Dr. Lisa M. Chapman commended Dr. Lucier's commitment to students and the community.

In addition to Ehrenfeld, other speakers at the event, including former CCCC President Dr. T. Eston Marchant and CCCC Trustee Dr. James G. Crawford, echoed the sentiments of Dr. Lucier's deep love for the college and community. The dedication of Dr. George Lucier Hall acknowledges a remarkable scholar, public servant, and friend of the college, ensuring his legacy endures for generations to come.


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