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Allison Sippel Peteet,  Treasurer/Tax Collector

Allison Sippel Peteet was elected Georgetown County Treasurer in November 2016. Her experience in business, community, life and government made her the most qualified and obvious choice.

Allison Sippel Peteet has proudly claimed Georgetown County her home since March 1976. That was when the beautiful beaches, rivers, creeks, marshes and woods of the area became her backyard. She quickly fell in love with Georgetown. Allison attended Winyah High School, College of Charleston, and Coastal Carolina University.

Allison’s career experience includes growing up and working in the hospitality business. She opened and managed the Hook Line & Sinker restaurant. Allison has her real estate broker’s license and is co-owner of Carolina Properties. Allison is also very involved in the community and has volunteered and served on boards for many nonprofits. Allison is married to Hugh “Hugger” Peteet who is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and a US veteran. She and her husband live in Pawleys Island and are active members of Holy Cross Faith Memorial Episcopal Church.

Allison Sippel Peteet began her career with Georgetown County in May 2007 in the Auditor’s Office. She was soon promoted to Chief Clerk and took on many leadership roles in the office and worked closely with taxpayers, the Treasurer, the Assessor, and many other County Officials. Now, as Treasurer, Allison strives for her office to be “professionals serving the taxpayers of Georgetown County with innovation and enthusiasm.”

Brian D. Shult, Auditor

A native of Texas, Brian Shult attended Texas Lutheran College, where he earned a degree in Business Administration. After graduation, Shult was a member of the United States Army, where he served with distinction in Korea in the 8th Army, 23rd Support Group, finance section.

Shult has spent his career in business ownership and the hospitality industry. He was president and chairman of Shult Implement Company, a regional farm machinery dealership on the Texas gulf coast. He also served as president of Black Magic, a chimney service corporation in Vermont, where he also served as chairman of the State Association. In addition, he spent a dozen years in resort hotel management. During his residency in Virginia, Shult served as director of the Virginia Nature Conservancy.

Shult has a long history of community involvement. He is currently a member of Pawleys Island Presbyterian Church and VFW Post 10420. Shult and his wife, Victoria, are residents of Pawleys Island. They have two children: Arla and Andrew, each of whom is serving in the U.S military.