July 16, 2013
Ann Snelling Gluse Elected Chair of the Probate, Estate Planning and Trust Law Section of the South Carolina Bar
(COLUMBIA, SC – JULY 9, 2013) SCBT is pleased to announce that Ann Snelling Gluse has been elected chair of the Probate, Estate Planning and Trust Law Section of the South Carolina Bar.
Gluse was elected for a one-year term leading the Section Council and the members of the Probate, Estate Planning and Trust Law Section in addressing issues related to this area of the law.
During her career, Gluse has gained extensive experience in trust administration, in probate and in the areas of estate, tax and wealth transfer planning. Currently, she is a senior vice president and the director of Trust and Estate Services for SCBT.
Gluse earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of South Carolina.
Gluse and her husband Eric Gluse have one daughter and are members of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Columbia.
A native of Newberry, SC, Gluse is the daughter of Helen Snelling of Newberry, SC.
SCBT Financial Corporation, Columbia, South Carolina is a registered bank holding company incorporated under the laws of South Carolina. The company consists of SCBT, the Bank and the following divisions: NCBT, CBT, The Savannah Bank, and Minis & Co., Inc. Providing financial services for over 79 years, SCBT Financial Corporation operates 81 locations in 19 South Carolina counties, 10 North Georgia counties, 2 Coastal Georgia counties and Mecklenburg County in North Carolina. SCBT Financial Corporation has assets of approximately $5.1 billion and its stock is traded under the symbol SCBT in the NASDAQ Global Select Market.
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