Ocee Authors Series: Hoke Kimball Wednesday, April 17. 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 pm A special reading and discussion featuring a local author. All ages welcome.
Hoke Kimball is from Wilson, North Carolina. After two years at Louisburg Junior College and a four year Navy stint, he graduated from the UNC- Chapel Hill in 1980. He spent 30 years working in the Air Quality environmental field. During retirement, he follows his interest in writing about history, especially, the Civil War and the revolutionary era. He likes to do sculpture in the medium of clay and stone. He now lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
In 2018, he and his co-author were given the Vitruvius Award for Creativity in Preservation Arts by the Atlanta Preservation Center for their book "Governor's Houses and State Houses of British Colonial America - 1607-1783".