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February 2, 2013

Valdosta club honors Colquitt County native

VALDOSTA — The Valdosta Exchange Club recently presented its 'Proudly We Hail' Award to RegionsBank in memory of the late Jeffrey Smith. Smith, a Colquitt County native, died July 12, 2011. The award was received by, from left, Smith's sister, Dawn Smith Blanton of Moultrie; his mother, Carolyn Voyles of Moultrie; his former co-worker and Exchange Club member Brittny Hammock; and RegionsBank employees Donna Daugherty and Sarah Wickstrom. It was presented by Exchange Club President Donnie Smith, right.

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