Buies Creek, N.C.-Considered a dynamic businessman and committed civic leader, Rogers Clark recently added a new responsibility to his busy agenda–vice chair of the Campbell University Board of Trustees Executive Committee.
“Clark’s eagerness to take on new responsibilities is typical of him,” said Dr. Jerry M. Wallace, president of Campbell University. “Campbell is fortunate to have a person of his vision and initiative to help lead us into the 21st century.”
The president of Clinton-based Sampson-Bladen Oil Co., Inc. Clark also serves as president and CEO of Waccamaw Transport, Inc., which transports petroleum products in North and South Carolina and Virginia.Sampson-Bladen Oil Company’s primary businesses are convenience stores, wholesale distribution of motor fuels and distribution of bulk lubricants, primarily products used in the automotive service industry. The company operates 75 convenience stores under the trade name Han-Dee Hugo’s.
Professionally, Clark has served as president of the Petroleum Marketers Association of America (PMAA) and was the recipient of the PMAA 2,000 Distinguished Service award. He has long been involved in the North Carolina Petroleum Marketers Association (NCPMA) and is the former president of the NCPMA North Carolina group and recipient of the group’s Will Parker Memorial Award.
Clark is a former Sunday school teacher, an active deacon and past chairman of the Board of Deacons for his church, First Baptist of Clinton. He is a past president of the Clinton Rotary Club (Paul Harris Fellow), the recipient of the Boy Scouts of America’s Silver Beaver award and has served on the advisory boards of several local financial institutions.
In addition, Clark has been a member of the board of trustees for Meredith College and currently serves as a trustee at Campbell. He was an officer in the Jaycees and for the Sampson Regional Medical Center. Clark has also served on the Bladen County Industrial Commission and the Sampson-Duplin County Board of Mental Health.
Clark graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Education.
Photo Copy: Rogers Clark