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Career Day Information 0 D. Collins On November 7-9, Ginger and I represented SAMSOG at the Georgia School Counselors Association Conference. This is part of SAMSOG’s push to reintroduce land surveying to school counselors. The goal is to inform the counselors about the excellent opportunities that are available for students if they choose land surveying as a career choice. Our information was well received, and we had numerous requests from schools across the state for us to participate in career days. We have a short video, handouts, items to give away, and other material available to help with this effort. We need your help with this. If you are interested in presenting on a career day, please let Ginger or myself know. 
by D. Collins
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
J. A. Evans Records 3 J. Higgins I'm glad to report that Mr. Evans was found alive and well. :)
by J. Higgins
Monday, January 22, 2018
Proposed Title 43, Chapter 15 Changes 0 R. Purcell Will someone involved in the Proposed Changes to Title 43, Chapter 15 please start a discussion post??? It seems that a lot of the items being discussed are of extreme importance. Thanks: Roger Purcell
by R. Purcell
Monday, January 22, 2018
2018 Technical Seminar 0 D. Collins A big thank you to all who participated to help make the meeting a success.
by D. Collins
Sunday, January 21, 2018
NGS Website Down? 1 B. Freeman Nevermind... IT thing.
by B. Freeman
Wednesday, December 27, 2017
Merry Christmas 0 D. Collins Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
by D. Collins
Saturday, December 23, 2017
Current Surveying Education Opportunities 2 S. Coleman I should add, check with the State Board before pursuing any course of study to meet the educational requirements, to make sure it will approve it.
by Farris Cadle, Inc.
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
2018 SAMSOG/NSPS Plat Contest Announcement 3 R. Purcell Farris: I will attempt to post the winning plats as requested. Steven: Thanks for your comments. I feel the same way. Roger Purcell
by R. Purcell
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Comments about the Surveying Exams 3 Farris Cadle, Inc. I agree.
by S. Shepherd
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Happy Thanksgiving 1 D. Collins Thank You Mr. President.
by M. Davis
Thursday, November 23, 2017
Records of Adams-Sims & Associates 1 J. Newman Ron Wikle with Wikle Land Surveying has their records. David
by D. May
Friday, November 17, 2017
Charles Thomas "Hap" Holladay 0 T. Turk I regret to report that C.T. "Hap" Holladay recently passed away.  Many land surveyors in our state were taught by Professor Holladay when they attended Southern Tech.   He was a great mentor to many and a great supporter of our wonderful profession.  Rest in peace, Hap.   Below is the obituary from The Atlanta Journal Constitution. ~ Trent Turk   CHARLES THOMAS "HAP" HOLLADAY   HOLLADAY, Charles Thomas "Hap" Mr. Charles Thomas "Hap" Holladay, age 96, of Pawleys Island, went to his eternal rest on Friday, November 10, 2017. He passed away at home, surrounded by his family, listening to his grandson play the guitar. He was born in Pikeville, Tennessee on February 21, 1921. "Hap" was the only child of the late William Joseph Holladay and the late Lula Pope Holladay. Along with his parents, he was also preceded in death by his first wife, Ann Gailmand Holladay, by an infant daughter, Linda Holladay, and by his second wife, Patricia Holladay of Columbia, SC. He grew up in Cookeville, Tennessee, where he enjoyed Boy Scouts, building model airplanes, and reading. He received a degree in Civil Engineering from Tennessee Tech University in 1942. He served in the Army Air Force during WWII as a Meteorologist in the Pacific Theater. Following the end of the war, he worked for the Tennessee Valley Authority for a few years before becoming a Professor of Civil Engineering at Southern Technical Engineering in Atlanta (later Southern Polytechnical, now Kennesaw State University). His teaching career was interrupted when he was recalled into the military during the Korean Conflict. He resumed his teaching career at Southern Tech, where he remained for another 36 years. He served as the Department Chair for the majority of this time. He retired with the title Professor Emeritus in 1984. In addition to teaching, "Hap" was Vice President of Kucera International, an aerial mapping company. Through his work with Kucera, he was active in several professional organizations in South Carolina, Georgia, and throughout the Southeast. He retired from Kucera in the early 2000s. He lived in Pawleys Island from 2001 until his death. "Hap" was a lifetime member of the Church of Christ and a Charter Member of the Dunwoody Country Club in Atlanta, where he enjoyed playing golf on a weekly basis. Hap won several tournaments and attended the Masters Tournament in Augusta. Hap's surviving relatives include: 2 Daughters - Betsy (& Thomas) Easterly and Kathleen (& Matt) Alexander. He also had 5 Grandchildren - Shannon Easterly, Ryan Easterly, Patrick Easterly, Chris Alexander, & Stephanie Alexander. In addition, he had two Step-Daughters - Meg (& Steve) Collins and Meg (& Daniel) Cole, and there are 5 Step-Grandchildren - Joey Cole, Tori Cole, Gus Cole, Diana Antley, and Alex Antley. A Private Memorial Service will be held in late December. In lieu of flowers, Memorial Contributions may be made to the Salvation Army, your local VA Hospital, or to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Hap was a gentleman and a patriot. He will be missed by all who knew him. Condolences may be expressed at: Burroughs Funeral Home and Cremation Services (843-651-1440) is assisting the Holladay family with the arrangements.   Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution from Nov. 15 to Nov. 16, 2017
by T. Turk
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Stolen Trimble S8 SN 99410149 0 D. Youngblood Well guys you can add us to the list of people who have had an instrument stolen today. At 10:50 a.m. on a construction site on Bolton Drive and Marietta Blvd. (Fulton County/City of Atlanta) our crew was around 200 ft from the instrument staking off some storm structures down a hill and naturally used a higher rod to stake the two stakes that needed to go in. On the second stake the instrument lost communication and they looked back at the instrument and it and the tripod were gone. Bolton Drive is currently all a construction site as everything is being regraded. So there are pile of dirt plus the fact that the grade change is enough they could not see a vehicle going down Bolton Drive from where they were. Anyways everyone be careful with your equipment we are going to have to get more creative in how and where we set control to try and deter this from happening again.  
by D. Youngblood
Friday, October 13, 2017
Norfolk Southern contact? 4 W. King Me: Brad Hart, LS System Engineer Real Estate Norfolk Southern Railway Co. 404.527.3414  
by D. Hart
Friday, October 13, 2017
Records of Roy Housworth 0 D. May Does anyone know who has the records of Roy E. Housworth (LS#1204)? Thanks, David
by D. May
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
NSPS Foundation Disaster Relief Fund 1 P. Sanchez At the meeting held on September 16, the SAMSOG Board of Directors voted to send $5,000 to this relief fund. Please consider sending a donation to help our fellow surveyors in their time of need.
by D. Collins
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Records for Hensley-Schmidt 1 A. Costarides I can't guarantee but I believe Hensley-Schmidt became "Piedmont, Olsen, and Hensley", which was bought out by Arcadis, US.... I would reach out to Arcadis to inquire if they had information of these records?
by J. Stanley
Friday, September 8, 2017
A message from your President 1 D. Collins The "PLS" idea is great. Let me know if you want me to help out with our local schools. And maybe I will start showing up for chapter meetings for a change. Anything else I can do to help you, just let me know.
by S. Coleman
Thursday, August 10, 2017
Records of John H. Ringeling 0 Farris Cadle, Inc. I have a deed that gives a long metes and bounds description of a large tract of land and states the description is based on a plat made by John Henry "Red" Ringeling, Sr., Registered Engineer No. 761.  Mr. Ringeling lived in Baxley and St. Simons Island.  He died in 1999.  It appears he was not a licensed surveyor.  Does anyone know where his records are?  Thanks.
by Farris Cadle, Inc.
Saturday, July 29, 2017
Thank you to Board of Directors 1 S. Coleman I second the Thanks! The packet was very helpful!
by D. Youngblood
Thursday, July 6, 2017
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