Historic Markers Across South Carolina

Harry M. Hallman, Jr.

Marker ID:  
Location: on Harry M. Hallman, Jr. Blvd, Mount Pleasant, SC.
County: Charleston
Coordinates: N 32° 48.100    W 079° 54.106
  32.80166666    -79.90176666
Style: Free Standing **


(Front text)
Born in Greenwood, SC, on July 30, 1934, Harry M. Hallman, Jr., dedicated much of his adult life to public service. He was elected Mayor of the Town of Mount Pleasant in 2000. Mayor Hallman´s administration was responsible for unprecedented construction of highways and recreation facilities as well as establishing innovative and strategic land use planning and growth management policies. He was instrumental in establishing and funding the Medal of Honor Museum aboard the USS Yorktown at Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum. On June 5, 2008, by joint resolution of the South Carolina Senate and House of Representatives, this boulevard linking Mathis Ferry Road and Patriots Point Boulevard was named in honor of Harry M. Hallman, Jr., in recognition of his lifetime of public service.

(Reverse text)
Mayor of the Town of Mount Pleasant, 2000-2009 South Carolina House of Representatives, 1988-1996 Charleston Aviation Authority Board
SC Department of Health and Environmental Control
Charleston County Legislative Delegation
South Carolina State House Renovation Committee
State Development Board
Hunley Commission Board
Low Country Graduate School Advisory Board
Patriots Point Authority Board

Town of Mount Pleasant.