Lillian Brock Flemming
Lillian Brock Flemming is a native of Greenville and graduate of the historical Sterling High School. She retired in July 2017 after 46 years with Greenville County Schools as a teacher and professional employment recruiter. She received a bachelors and a masters of mathematics education from Furman University, as well as an honorary doctorate of humanities from Furman University in September 2014.
She is a past president of the Municipal Association of South Carolina, charter member of the West End Lions Club, past president of Greenville Blue Star Mothers (Chapter 3), current secretary and past board chairman of Brockwood Senior Housing, Inc., past board chair of Southernside Block Partnership, Inc., board of directors member for Boy Scouts Blue Ridge Council, and executive committee member of the NAACP Greenville Branch. Recently, she served on the board of the Girl Scouts of SC (Mountains to Midlands) and the Girl Scouts personnel committee.
Councilmember Flemming received many awards and honors, including Mentor of the Year Honoree of United Way and Furman University’s Outstanding Alumni Award. Additionally, she is a life member of the Girl Scouts of SC.