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Dianne Tucker Culbertson is a native of Owings, South Carolina, and is a 10th-generation South Carolinian.  She was appointed by Governor McMaster to the South Carolina American Revolution Sestercentennial Commission in 2019 (SC 250) and is a member of the Laurens County 250 Committee.  She is past Vice President General of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution and Honorary State Regent of the South Carolina Society.  Dianne is the past Chair of the Tamassee DAR School Board of Trustees.  She is a member of a number of lineage societies and has proven her lineage to fifteen patriots of the American Revolution. She is active in Dials United Methodist Church.  She has been heavily involved in the historic preservation and conservation of natural resources.  She is President and co-founder of the Gray Court-Owings Historical Society, Board Member of the Laurens District Genealogical Society, past Land Trust Chair and Board member of Upstate Forever, past Board member of the Laurens County Museum, Laurens County Foundation, and Rosemont Preservation Society.  She is a past member of the University South Carolina Society Executive Council. She has been awarded the NSDAR Historic Preservation Medal, the Colonial Dames Community Service Award, the SAR Good Citizens Medal and Daughters of Liberty Medal, the Laurens County Community Service Award, the Laurens County Henry Laurens Award, and the Upstate Forever Land Conservation Champion Award.  Dianne was married to the late Charles M. Culbertson, II and they have two grown sons, Chad, and Tucker.


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