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Officers for 2021



These Angus producers will serve on the South Carolina Angus Association board of directors and are pictured at the 2019 South Carolina Angus Association Annual Meeting and Banquet, in Clemson, S.C.


President- Dixon Shealy803-629-1174dixon@blackgrove.com

Vice-President - Lee Clinton704-913-6127leeclinton4798@aol.com
Lee Clinton is from Clover, SC. He grew up in the dairy business, working alongside his father and grandfather. Lee became involved in the Angus industry after getting out of the dairy business in 2007. Lee went to work as a Sports Turf Manager for Clover School District in 2008. He also currently serves as a board member for the York County Cattlemen’s Association. Lee is married to Robin, a school librarian.

Treasurer- Mike Johnson864-923-0750jmj112747@gmail.com
Mike Johnson's childhood was spent with his family of 7 in Kinards, SC. Leaving the farm to further my education. Working in the textile industry for nearly 40 years. Then moving into pharmaceuticals. Retiring as Senior VP of operations. Married to Jean Johnson for 51 years, two children (Lisa and Michael) and three grandchildren. We have been in the Angus business and horses for nearly all our married life.


Directors for 2021



Heather Collins (2019-2021), 2nd term • hcollins@famodafarm.com

John Garrett (2019-2021) , 1st term • garrett1964@gmail.com

Sally Yon Harrison (2019-2021) 1st term • 803-312-4837sally@yonfamilyfarms.com
Sally Yon Harrison is from Ridge Spring, SC. She grew up involved in the Angus industry and was very active in the SCJAA and NJAA from a young age. She had the opportunity to serve as Miss American Angus in 2010 and served on the NJAA Board of Directors from 2011-2013. Sally works with her family at Yon Family Farms.

Lee Haddon (2021-2023) 1st term
Lee Haddon grew up on his family farm in Abbeville, South Carolina. After attending Clemson University, he has had the opportunity to work on several farms and ranches in South Carolina, Texas, and Iowa. Lee currently manages Sarratt Farms in Gaffney where they raise Angus cattle and grow wheat, soybeans, and sorghum. He also serves on the South Carolina Cattlemen’s Association Board. Lee and his wife, Laura, have been married for 22 years and have three children.

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