Honduras: Zach Grimes ’15, Kellsey Simmons Grimes ’16, Tim Warrick ’11 and Tim Hasty ’83

Zach Grimes ’15, Kellsey Simmons Grimes ’16, Tim Warrick ’11, Tim Hasty ’83 and Ean Tucker pulled out their Tiger Rag 60 feet under water off the coast of Roatan, Honduras in May 2019. The unexpected reunion of Clemson alumni happened when the group was unknowingly assigned to the same dive boat during their vacation.

Honduras: Sam ’60 and Roxanne Wood ’80 Turnipseed

Sam ’60 Turnipseed, professor emeritus of entomology, and his wife Roxanne Wood ’80 Turnipseed are missionaries in Quimistan, Honduras. On Jan. 1, 2018, at the Tranquilidad Foundation (the children’s home that the Turnipseeds founded in the Quimistan Valley), the couple shared their love of Clemson with their “children”–they’re ALL IN!  For more info, visit

Tegucigalpa, Honduras: Matthew Grimes ’12 and Michael Chahin ’13

Matthew Grimes ’12 and Michael Chahin ’13, both second year medical students at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Spartanburg, spent their spring break on a medical mission trip to Tegucigalpa, Honduras. They provided medical care to the underserved citizens in the city and surrounding villages.