Cliff Satterwhite retires as SCBC disaster relief consultant

Cliff Satterwhite, who served in various capacities over the span of four decades of service with the South Carolina Baptist Convention, has retired as the SCBC’s part-time consultant for disaster relief.

He will continue to serve part-time with the Baptist Foundation of South Carolina. The foundation operates independently of the state convention and helps generate funding for Baptist entities through investments and estate planning.

Satterwhite has a long history of denominational work in South Carolina. He has served several churches, was campus minister at Anderson College (now Anderson University), and is well known for his work as director of McCall Royal Ambassador Camp (where he is director emeritus) and as director of South Carolina Baptist Disaster Relief, a program he implemented and developed.

Satterwhite and his wife, Barbara, live in Columbia. They have three children and five grandchildren.