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2009-05-14 / Community News

Over 90 Club


Don Pounder was born in the Tanglewood Community. His parents were Luther and Marjorie Pounder. He has lived in Mt. Pleasant, SC for many years and is retired from the US Navy. He has family living in Lexington, Caldwell and the Rockdale area. Don was 90 years "young" on May 12, 2009 and was honored by throwing out the first ball at the Bulldog-Presbyterian College Baseball game on May 5. Don is a loyal and longstanding Bulldog backer. He seldom misses a game in any sport. Don's son, Doug, is a member of the Citadel Athletic Hall of Fame. He was a pitcher for the Bulldogs and was there to see his father throw out the first pitch. Don Pounder was born in the Tanglewood Community. His parents were Luther and Marjorie Pounder. He has lived in Mt. Pleasant, SC for many years and is retired from the US Navy. He has family living in Lexington, Caldwell and the Rockdale area. Don was 90 years "young" on May 12, 2009 and was honored by throwing out the first ball at the Bulldog-Presbyterian College Baseball game on May 5. Don is a loyal and longstanding Bulldog backer. He seldom misses a game in any sport. Don's son, Doug, is a member of the Citadel Athletic Hall of Fame. He was a pitcher for the Bulldogs and was there to see his father throw out the first pitch.

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