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Background Information

Employment History

Partner
Callaway , Neville and Brinson

Chief Judge
Atlantic Judicial Circuit Juvenile Court

Municipal Court Judge
cities of Claxton and Hagan

Affiliations

Board Member
Carolina Crown Inc

Education

Doctorate in law

University of Georgia

Bachelors Degree
marketing
University of Georgia

Juris Doctorate

University of Georgia

Web References (6 Total References)


Carolina Crown Who We Are

carolinacrown.org, 11 May 2009 [cached]

Ben Brinson was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and with a father in the military, lived in numerous places while growing up. Ben is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a Bachelors Degree in marketing and a Doctorate in law. Ben has been practicing law since 1979 and is a partner in the firm of Callaway, Neville, and Brinson in Claxton, Georgia. Ben is also the Municipal Court Judge for the cities of Claxton and Hagan and the Chief Judge of the Atlantic Judicial Circuit Juvenile Court.

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The first two years Ben volunteered to help at a few events. It wasn't until the 1999 season however that he finally figured out that if he wanted to see his family and be able to understand what they were all talking about around the dinner table, he might as well join them at camps and part of the summer tour. Since that time Ben has become a valuable asset to Crown in many areas, but is probably best known for his contributions in the Crown kitchen. Ben has always loved to cook and looks forward to the challenge of taking his recipes and making them work for 100+ people. He has spent countless hours planning and preparing meals for the corps during winter camps and spring training much to everyone's delight. In addition to his meals, Ben has also been instrumental to improvements to the food truck over the years through his ideas and many contributions.


Newsletter

carolinacrown.org, 11 May 2009 [cached]

Ben Brinson (elected to a class of '05 seat)

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Ben Brinson
Ben Brinson was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and with a father in the military, lived in numerous places while growing up. Ben is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a Bachelors Degree in marketing and a Doctorate in law. Ben has been practicing law since 1979 and is a partner in the firm of Callaway, Neville, and Brinson in Claxton, Georgia. Ben is also the Municipal Court Judge for the cities of Claxton and Hagan and is the Chief Judge of the Atlantic Judicial Circuit Juvenile Court.
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Ben and Teri's children (Larry Summerlin, Jeremiah and Loraine Womble) have all marched with Carolina Crown starting with Larry in 1997, and ending in 2001 when Loraine was one of the two Drum Majors for the Corps.
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The first two years Ben volunteered to help at a few events. It wasn't until the 1999 season however that he finally figured out that if he wanted to see his family and be able to understand what they were all talking about around the dinner table, he might as well join them at camps and part of the summer tour. Since that time Ben has become a valuable asset to Crown in many areas, but isprobably best known for his contributions in the Crown kitchen. Ben has always loved to cook and looks forward to the challenge of taking his recipes and making them work for 100+ people. He has spent countless hours planning and preparing meals for the corps during winter camps and spring training, much to everyone's delight. In addition to his meals, Ben has also been instrumental to improvements to the food truck through his ideas and many contributions.


Ben Brinson JUDGE ...

www.claxtonenterprise.com, 24 Jan 2011 [cached]

Ben Brinson JUDGE OF RECORDERS COURT:


Newsletter

www.carolinacrown.org, 1 May 2002 [cached]

Volunteer Profile - Ben Brinson

Ben Brinson was born a twin in Hawaii, although he lived in Germany, Washington and several other places, before finally settling in Augusta, Georgia where his mother and all of his siblings still live.He obtained his bachelors degree in marketing and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Georgia.After graduating from law school he moved to Claxton, Georgia where he has practiced law for 25 years with the same firm, Callahan, Neville and Brinson.
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Teri notes, "Ben has always loved cooking.At home he prepares all the meals and the children used to tell him he needed to open a restaurant, so he was a natural in the food truck."Ben now attends all winter camps and is there every weekend during Spring Training.He enjoys taking his recipes from home and trying to convert them from serving 4 to serving 150+.
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Ben always goes the extra mile to make the meals special for the members.When we couldn't locate a grill in Ft. Mill, he borrowed one from a local bank and pulled it behind a truck from Claxton, GA to Ft. Mill.He puts a lot of thought into the meals and loves planning them.When he is at a camp or on tour, it's like giving the cooks a vacation.He takes care of it all!
When Ben isn't in the food truck cooking, he is always looking for a way to improve it.Numerous times he has come home to Teri from shopping with "goodies" for the food truck - new oven mitts, measuring spoons, spices, etc.He was instrumental in making the contact and getting the materials for the walk in refrigerator that was donated for the food truck in 2000.In addition to his famous cooking skills, he has worked at our CityFest fundraiser selling beverages, shuttled people to airports, made doctor runs, written collection letters for the corps, and taken thousands of pictures for the corps.In addition, the corps' administration team will for the 3rd year in a row have Ben's motor home on the road all summer for their tour headquarters (a major expense savings!).
But, all of this is only part of the story of Ben Brinson.In Teri's own words, "To me though, the most valuable asset to the corps has been his support for his family.He has taken many late night phone calls during the summer from the children and me when we were tired, crying and just wanting to come home.He has paid astronomical phone bills, and put thousands of miles on cars traveling back and forth to Ft. Mill (not to mention the 12,000+ miles per year the corps puts on his motor home).He always was there to encourage us and push us forward.Ben has spent several summers now alone as the children and I have traveled with the corps and yet, never has his support wavered.Ben has worked for years representing the Department of Family and Children Services and most recently as a Juvenile Court Judge.
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Thank you, Ben, from BOTH of your families!


Newsletter

carolinacrown.org, 1 May 2002 [cached]

Volunteer Profile - Ben Brinson

Ben Brinson was born a twin in Hawaii, although he lived in Germany, Washington and several other places, before finally settling in Augusta, Georgia where his mother and all of his siblings still live. He obtained his bachelors degree in marketing and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Georgia. After graduating from law school he moved to Claxton, Georgia where he has practiced law for 25 years with the same firm, Callahan, Neville and Brinson.
...
Teri notes, "Ben has always loved cooking. At home he prepares all the meals and the children used to tell him he needed to open a restaurant, so he was a natural in the food truck. Ben now attends all winter camps and is there every weekend during Spring Training.
...
Ben always goes the extra mile to make the meals special for the members. When we couldn't locate a grill in Ft. Mill, he borrowed one from a local bank and pulled it behind a truck from Claxton, GA to Ft. Mill. He puts a lot of thought into the meals and loves planning them. When he is at a camp or on tour, it's like giving the cooks a vacation. He takes care of it all!
When Ben isn't in the food truck cooking, he is always looking for a way to improve it. Numerous times he has come home to Teri from shopping with "goodies" for the food truck - new oven mitts, measuring spoons, spices, etc. He was instrumental in making the contact and getting the materials for the walk in refrigerator that was donated for the food truck in 2000. In addition to his famous cooking skills, he has worked at our CityFest fundraiser selling beverages, shuttled people to airports, made doctor runs, written collection letters for the corps, and taken thousands of pictures for the corps. In addition, the corps' administration team will for the 3rd year in a row have Ben's motor home on the road all summer for their tour headquarters (a major expense savings!).
But, all of this is only part of the story of Ben Brinson. In Teri's own words, "To me though, the most valuable asset to the corps has been his support for his family. He has taken many late night phone calls during the summer from the children and me when we were tired, crying and just wanting to come home. He has paid astronomical phone bills, and put thousands of miles on cars traveling back and forth to Ft. Mill (not to mention the 12,000+ miles per year the corps puts on his motor home). He always was there to encourage us and push us forward. Ben has spent several summers now alone as the children and I have traveled with the corps and yet, never has his support wavered. Ben has worked for years representing the Department of Family and Children Services and most recently as a Juvenile Court Judge.
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Thank you, Ben, from BOTH of your families!

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