Holderman resettles in Lexington resi...

Holderman resettles in Lexington residence

There are 33 comments on the The State - South Carolina story from Jul 7, 2006, titled Holderman resettles in Lexington residence. In it, The State - South Carolina reports that:

Former USC president James Holderman has moved to a Lexington County apartment community that caters to retirees.

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Unknown Subject

Columbia, SC

#23 Mar 1, 2010
I am an employee of the retirement community that Mr. Holderman is now a resident of, and after reading all of these posts I will have to do a little investigation of my own and see just exactly what kind of man this is...
David

Jacksonville, FL

#24 May 23, 2010
I know Jim when he was the Vice Chairman of Koger Properties after he resigned from USC. This guy is a con artist and fleeced me for over $20,000 and then filed bankruptcy. I found out later that he used the money to give to young guys in Jacksonville. This guy is really the dregs of humankind.
Survivor

Powder Springs, GA

#25 Nov 27, 2011
He was a disgusting queer who tapped my phone and had me followed by his faggots. I lost a job in radio after he found out where I worked. He also had homosexual affairs with Professors in the Government School, particularly one who was the descendant of a former Governor. His entire persona was built on lies and perversion. He wore a wig. One of his queers left a walkie-talkie radio in my apartment after leaving a Queen termite ant in the bathroom which destroyed the building. He spied on the Psychological Services Center, causing it to be eventually shut down. I am glad that my Diploma was lost, replaced with a Diploma that has his successor's name on it. This "man" deserves to be publicly humiliated and possibly beaten to death by the people he hurt.

Since: Sep 07

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#26 Dec 8, 2011
Unknown Subject wrote:
I am an employee of the retirement community that Mr. Holderman is now a resident of, and after reading all of these posts I will have to do a little investigation of my own and see just exactly what kind of man this is...
Nice guy, but he cannot be trusted as far as you can throw him. He has paid is debt to society for his breech of trust convictions. He had a long run of being in trouble and continuing to do the same stuff back in the 80's and 90's.
Oscar

Brownsburg, IN

#27 Jun 26, 2012
GW Reed wrote:
James B. Holderman did many good things for USC and Columbia.
Please forgive his inadequacies, we all have them, and allow him to live in peace. If not for him, for his family!
Thanks. Some of us knew him as one of the most extraordinary people to cross our paths. On the road today and thought of JBH and Mr. Marchant. Best regards.
Oscar

Brownsburg, IN

#28 Jun 26, 2012
Thanks to all who witnessed the good in Jim. I was there at the beginning, left in 1979, but am pretty certain that history will acquit JBH. Best regards to my friends.
Speak Truth to Power

Chicago, IL

#29 Oct 10, 2012
I was a graduate student at USC during the 80's. The corruption was real. The abuse of interns happened. No surprise that JBH's higher ed career began in Illinois.
Former USC Student

Atlanta, GA

#30 Nov 8, 2012
He was incredibly rude to me back around 1984. He scheduled a meeting with students in my dorm for us to discuss how we could help keep dorm fees low. I ran some numbers and couldn't even figure out why they were as high as they were. Keep in mind that the dorms in question had been donated by the Navy to the university so there should have been no debt from them. When I tried to present my specific information to build the basis for my soon to follow questions, he didn't want to hear it. He did his best to prevent me from speaking. When he could see I wasn't going to stop, he ridiculed me by telling me to go ahead if it would give me a "fungasm".

Well Jimmie B, when I heard you went to prison, I had a "fungasm" then!
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Des Plaines, IL

#31 Nov 18, 2012
JBH had a boy intern band at Lilly Endowment in Indianapolis, too. I was the unsuspecting lone female brought aboard, to avert suspicion, I suppose. He was hideous to me, and disgusting with "the boys." Whatever his punishment has been, it is woefully insufficient. The term "moral turpitude' only scratches the surface of the description of his character. May he rest in not-so-much peace.
DallasMatt

Dallas, TX

#32 Jan 31, 2014
http://www.sptimes.com/2003/03/28/State/Ex_ac...
Holderman attempts to get russian mafia visas to US and agrees to launder drug money - 2003. Looks to me like this man has chosen a path and stayed on it quite a while. Maybe between him and his Maker he will be redeemed, but I wouldn't call this guy 'good' or let him babysit my grandkids. Sorry but you have made your choices so you must be man enough to live with the consequences.

Brookhaven CC is here in Dallas and it is funded by my property taxes. Glad he lives outside of Texas.
Peartee

Québec, Canada

#33 Apr 9, 2014
Unknown Subject wrote:
I am an employee of the retirement community that Mr. Holderman is now a resident of, and after reading all of these posts I will have to do a little investigation of my own and see just exactly what kind of man this is...
Hi there - I'm a Canadian journalist looking into JBH. I'm trying to track where or if he is in Lexington now. I work for a national documentary show similar to PBS Frontline. Pls email me if you have any current info allya.davidson [at] cbc.ca
Peartee

Québec, Canada

#34 Apr 9, 2014
I'm a Canadian journalist looking into JBH. I'm trying to track where or if he is in Lexington now. I work for a national documentary show similar to PBS Frontline. Pls email me if you have any current info allya.davidson [at] cbc.ca
justbeingme

United States

#35 Jan 3, 2016
Tracy wrote:
I knew James Holderman well once upon a time. He was not gay, nor does he deserve this kind of pilloring. Please leave him alone.
Actually my friend was his caregiver and he is on fact bisexual.And he ddoes like to lavish males and females with expensive gifts.

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