Danny Rhodes spent 26 years in the US Army and retired in the rank of Colonel. After his Army career, he worked in the transportation industry for 6 years and then taught at Anderson University (SC) for 13 years as a Professor of Management. While employed, he served as chairman of various professional organizations, led a community redevelopment project for 6 years, and served as a committee chairman and then chairman of the Board of Directors of The Clemson Corps.

He has continued to volunteer during retirement, serving as Chairman of the Board for Friends of Internationals, leader of various ministry teams at Utica Baptist Church, leader of welcome teams for two refugee ministries, and leader of various national and international mission teams.

Danny has been an avid hunter most of his adult life. He has hunted birds, deer, elk, and small game. His passion is white-tail deer, and he supports the QMDA parameters. He wants to give back by helping others enjoy the great outdoors.

Danny graduated from Clemson University with a BA, Pepperdine University with a MA, and Walden University with a Ph.D. He has been married to Rosemary for 52 years. They have two adult children and one granddaughter. Danny’s greatest pleasure is spending time with his family.