K.C. is a former executive of LTV Corporation and The Charter Company. During his over 30 years as a financial executive, chairman, and CEO, he has worked for several major corporations throughout the U.S.

After he identified and negotiated the acquisition of Spinnaker Coating, a division of Kimberly-Clark, located in Troy, Ohio in 1994, K.C. became its chairman and chief executive officer.  Spinnaker is a manufacturer of adhesive coated materials for the label industry. K.C.’s tenure with Spinnaker, the company grew from $85 million to $160 million in revenues, becoming the third largest competitor in its industry.  During 2001, he liquidated his investment in Spinnaker prior to joining Heritage Capital Group.

Late in the 1980’s, K.C. joined the LTV Corporation of Dallas, Texas as vice president and treasurer, and later moved up to senior vice president and chief financial officer.  At the time, LTV was a $6 billion conglomerate, owning the third largest steel company and sixteenth largest aerospace defense contractor in the U.S.  LTV had filed for Chapter 11 reorganization in July 1986. At the time it was the most complex reorganization ever undertaken.  Over a seven-year period, he quarterbacked the design, negotiation, and implementation of a consensual plan of reorganization which involved the resolution of over $15 billion in claims among competing constituencies, including parent company creditors, steel creditors, aerospace and defense creditors, equity holders, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (an agency of the U.S. Government), and the United Steelworkers of America.

Beginning in 1979 and prior to joining LTV, K.C. served in various management positions with The Charter Company and its subsidiaries, a NYSE conglomerate with revenues in excess of $5 billion and operations in insurance, energy, and communications.  Prior to 1984 his positions included vice president and treasurer of Charter Oil Company, and vice president of corporate development for The Charter Company.  In April 1984, Charter filed Chapter 11 and K.C. became senior vice president of finance, joining Howard Serkin in formulating and implementing a total redesign of the business and capital structure of the company, as well as playing a key role in the development and negotiation of the plan of reorganization.  Shortly before Charter emerged from Chapter 11, K.C. became executive vice president and chief financial officer.

From 1973 through 1979, K.C. was employed by Jacksonville National Bank as an assistant vice president in commercial lending.  In 1968, he received his B.A. in philosophy from West Virginia Wesleyan College and then served a four-year tour of duty in the U.S. Navy as a naval aviator. He earned his M.B.A. in 1973 with an emphasis in finance from the University of Alabama, where he was elected a member of Beta Gamma Sigma.

K.C. has been a member of the Board of Directors of Schweitzer-Mauduit International, a NYSE listed, $800 million, specialty paper company since 1996, where he has served several terms as lead director and is currently chairman of the Nominating and Government committee.  He is also on the Board of the Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health, a science-based environmental consulting firm based in Little Rock, Arkansas. He is a member of Mensa.  K.C. served on the Board of Trustees of West Virginia Wesleyan College for 15 years as chairman of the finance committee, and Vice Chairman of the Board.