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  • Brad Sale

    Brad Sale

    Park Director

    Brad was born and raised in Kentucky, but has spent more of his life in South Carolina. Before joining the park in 2007, he held jobs in Tennessee, Hawaii, New York and Vermont. He enjoys birding, traveling, birding, running and birding. He spent 10 years at the park as the education coordinator and is excited to continue his love of connecting people to the cultural and natural beauty of Berkeley County as park director.

  • Deandra Waring

    Deandra Waring

    Education Coordinator

    Deandra is a native of Berkeley County. She attended Francis Marion University, where she majored in education. After finishing college, she worked eight years as a teacher for the Berkeley County School District. Her interest in nature and history led her to join the park team. Deandra enjoys spending time with her family, exploring nature, reading, fishing, and crabbing. She looks forward to educating others about nature and history when they visit the park.

  • Adam Bedard

    Adam Bedard

    Education Coordinator

    Growing up in Vermont, Adam has always loved the outdoors, which led to his decision to pursue his degree in wildlife biology from the University of Maine at Machias. After graduating in 2012, Adam was hired by the South Carolina Waterfowl Association as a waterfowl technician/camp counselor. It was then that he fell in love with the Lowcountry and his wife, Sarah Marie. Adam, previously an SCDNR conservation officer, realized his true passion was in education. So in 2017, he joined the park team where he enjoys passing on historical and environmental education to the next generation.

  • Cindy Moyer

    Cindy Moyer

    Park Specialist

    Cindy was born and raised in Berkeley County. Before coming to the park in 2007, she was a school volunteer for 10 years and a stay-at-home mom to two beautiful daughters and her husband of 30 years. She enjoys horseback riding, walking, birding, camping and spending time on the family farm. She considers her position as park specialist as her "dream job." Cindy hosts our popular Time for Tots program for preschoolers, the Fishing Rodeo and several seasonal wreath classes.

  • Bo Mueller

    Bo Mueller

    Equipment Operator

    Bo Mueller is a Lowcountry native with a passion for nature. A graduate of Berkeley High School, he grew up spending most of his time on Lake Moultrie, learning about the diverse wildlife in this beautiful preserve. He has a love for the outdoors—and a vision for it. Bo joined the team in May of 2022, and hopes to inspire in others the same love of nature that he has.

  • Beezie Fleming

    Beezie Fleming

    Administrative Assistant

    Beezie was born and raised in Eastover, SC and graduated from USC with a degree in journalism. She moved to Berkeley County in 1993. Prior to joining OSCP staff, Beezie worked as Farm and Land Services Director for Berkeley County and Director of District Operations for Berkeley Soil and Water Conservation District. She has been a beekeeper for over 25 years and has a small business to sell honey.

    She currently serves on the Berkeley County Farm Bureau Board as Legislative Liaison and is a member of Rehobeth United Methodist Church in Macbeth. In her free time she enjoys following politics, reading and watching movies.

    “I feel fortunate to be able to help people create wonderful memories through recreation and planning their special events in my position at OSCP!”

  • Mandy Moorer

    Mandy Moorer

    Park Specialist

    Mandy was born and raised in Berkeley County where she spent her youth exploring nature. Before becoming a park specialist in September 2015, she held positions in customer service and as a summer camp director. Her favorite thing about the park is sharing it with new and interesting people. Alongside her menagerie of pets - four dogs and two bearded dragons - she manages a small chicken farm with her family and is happy to provide fresh eggs to her co-workers. She makes time for family and friends, and she enjoys weekend adventures like hiking, exploring and birding.

  • Christine Hayes

    Christine Hayes

    Park Specialist

    Christine was born and raised in Mount Pleasant and moved to Moncks Corner in 2015. She and her husband have six children and an ever-growing number of grandchildren. As a homeschool mom, she enjoys the rich history of our park. Her hobbies include hiking, nature, lake life, and Clemson football.