5265 Camden Highway Rembert SC, 29128

Board of Trustees 2019-2020

Britton Moseley

Britton Moseley and his wife Tonya are both lifelong Sumterites. They have two children, Chappell, Winthrop University 2016, and Molly, TSA class of 2016.

Britton is an owner of Galloway and Moseley Jewelers in Sumter. He is a graduate of the Gemological Institute of America. He is active in the Sumter community having served on numerous boards and committees.

He is an active member of the Sumter Rotary Club, where he is a past President, a past director on the board of the Sumter Chamber of Commerce, past president of the Sumter merchants Association and a past President of the South Carolina Jewelers Association. He and his family attend Christ Community Church.

Anthony N. Messier, CPA

Anthony and his wife, Sally, reside near Camden, SC and have one child, Sara, who is a graduate of TSA and Presbyterian College.

Anthony, a Certified Public Accountant, graduated from TSA in 1986 and The Citadel in 1990. He provides Income Tax, Bookkeeping, and Accounting Services at his practice in Lugoff, SC for a variety of businesses and individuals.

He also holds undergraduate and Masters degrees from the University of South Carolina and is a member of various professional organizations, West Wateree Rotary, Lugoff Optimist Club, several outdoor and shooting sports organizations, and Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Camden.

Deseree Allen

Deseree Allen and her husband, Brent, are residents of Liberty Hill, SC. They have two children, Ayden (TSA Class of 2022) and Audrey (TSA Class of 2029). Deseree is a Realtor with Home and Land Pros of Kershaw County, specializing in commercial and residential real estate in Kershaw and the surrounding counties of the midlands.

Deseree is originally from Terrell, Texas, where she graduated from Terrell High School. She spent 5 years on active duty in the USAF as an aviation resource management specialist, attending the Community College of the Air Force and Rose State College. Deseree relocated from Oklahoma City, OK to South Carolina in 2006 when she left active duty to join the South Carolina Air National Guard and McEntire Joint National Guard Base. She was honorably discharged in 2008, turning her focus to her own military family and serving the other military families of the SCANG as Treasurer of the Key Spouse Group family support organization of McEntire.

Deseree is an active member of the Kershaw County Board of Realtors and is the commercial real estate representative to the Kershaw County Business Network International chapter as well as a member of the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce. She is a current sustaining member and the former President of the Camden Junior Welfare league where she supervised the fund raising for thousands of dollars in scholarships and grant funds to children of Kershaw County.

Chris Bradham

Chris is a Class of 2000 graduate of Thomas Sumter and a graduate of Clemson University where he received a BS in Agricultural Mechanization with a minor in Agricultural Economics. He is the Agricultural Business Officer and Senior Vice President for GrandSouth Bank headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina. Chris has two children, one is in Thomas Sumter's p3 class and the other is still too young for TSA but is waiting patiently to become a GENERAL. He is married to Sarah Peake Bradham.

Paul Font

Paul Font and his wife Michelle have called Sumter South Carolina home since 1996. Paul completed his undergrad from St. Leo University and his MBA from Webster University. They are the parents of three TSA Generals; Kennedy class if 2012, Makayla class of 2017, and Lilly-Marie class of 2030.

Paul is the Director of Consulting and Support Services for Microsoft Corporation supporting the US Air Force and Joint Department of Defense. Paul served 10 years in the United States Air Force and has traveled all around the world in a multitude of operations providing communications support and leadership. He is a Seasoned IT Executive specializing in: Enterprise IT Services, Federal Government, Air Force, Joint Operations, Military Healthcare, Military Retail, Air Force Communications, Joint Combatant Commands, and the Department of Defense Agencies. Paul is actively involved in the community mentoring and recruiting people into the Information and technology fields as well as assisting former military member’s transitioning into civilian life. Paul currently serves on the IT and Academic committee on the TSA Board of Trustees.

Nic Stratton

Homer Rose

Ashleigh Goza

Ashleigh Goza is a Class of 1989 graduate of Thomas Sumter Academy and has a Bachelor of Science degree from Clemson University in Horticulture. She has two children, Madeleine Britton, Class of 2022, and Wilson Britton, Class of 2025, following the family tradition of being a General from start to finish during their childhood educational career. Ashleigh and her children live on their family’s farm in Mayesville. After working in the horticultural industry for 21 years for two other nursery companies, she started her own business in 2017. She owns and operates a wholesale container nursery, Bluefields Nursery Company, LLC, which specializes in perennials, woody ornamentals, grasses, and roses.

Lonnie Long

Lonnie and Lisa Long came to Sumter after joining the Air Force in 1996 where he started his long IT career. Lonnie served a total of 10 years in the Air Force with 4 active duty at Shaw AFB and another 6 at McEntire Air National Guard base. Lonnie is the father of Logan Long (Class of 2021) who has been attending TSA since P3 and Sadie Long (Class of 2028) who started at TSA in K5. Both are active students in the school and community. Lonnie and his Lisa are the owners of Business Technology Partners headquartered here in Sumter; an IT Manage Services company supporting small and medium IT/Computer infrastructures throughout the US. Lonnie is a graduate of the University of SC and has a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) with a minor in Information Security along with holding several high level IT industry certifications. He also worked as an Adjunct IT instructor at Central Carolina Technical College where he taught for several years including working with ReadySC and CCTC to develop an IT training curriculum for new hires at Sykes Call Center here in Sumter. He will also be filling a spot on the CCTC IT advisory board this fall.