Dr. Edwards Memorial Service Video


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Robert Cook Edwards, 94, president of Clemson University for 21 years, died Thursday, Dec. 4, at Cottingham House, a Seneca residence operated by Hospice of the Foothills.


Edwards, the eighth and longest-serving chief executive of Clemson, and his wife, Louise Odom Edwards, who died in July, served the university during a time of phenomenal growth and monumental events that shaped the future of the institution, such as the graduation of Clemson’s first female students and the enrollment of its first black students.


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