Coleman Shouse, Michael Neiri to be inducted into the South Carolina Housing Hall of Fame
|Coleman Shouse, APB|
J. Coleman Shouse, APB, will be inducted into the South Carolina Housing Hall of Fame this summer at the Home Builders Association of South Carolina State Convention. Coleman was nominated for the honor by the Board of Directors of your Home Builders Association of Greenville.
Michael Nieri, founder of Great Southern Homes, also will be inducted into the Housing Hall of Fame. Nieri was nominated by the Building Industry Association of Central South Carolina (Columbia).
Coleman Shouse is Land Development and Entitlement Manager with LS Residential. He was President of the HBA of Greenville in 2006. He also was the BB&T Builder Member of the Year in 2006. For the past several years Coleman has been an active participant and leader of the association’s government affairs efforts.
Prior to his move into home building, Coleman was Executive Director of Greenville County’s Planning Commission from 1974 until 1983. He also led the American Institute of Architects as President in 1977.
Coleman was honored by Governor David Beasley in 1998 with the Order of the Palmetto, the highest civilian honor bestowed on someone by the State of South Carolina.
Michael Neiri is founder and President of Great Southern Homes, an active builder member in Columbia and Greenville. Earl McLeod, Executive Director of the BIA of Central SC, says of Nieri that he is “an asset to the entire industry and his community.”
The S.C. Housing Hall of Fame honors South Carolinians who have made a life-time commitment to housing and the home building industry in South Carolina. Recent recipients from Greenville include C. Dan Joyner, Howard Cox, Keith Smith, APB, and Dan Rawls. For more about the Hall of Fame, click here.
Coleman and Michael will be inducted at the State Convention on July 15 in Savannah. Click here to register.