Former State Treasury Consultant David Reavis Honored for Public Service to SC and NC
October 27, 2021
South Carolina Treasurer Curtis Loftis recently honored the late David C. Reavis of North Myrtle Beach, SC, at a reception for his family, friends and staff to commemorate Reavis’ 41 years of public service in government banking and treasury management. The Treasurer dedicated a conference room in the State Treasurer’s Office to Reavis, unveiling a bronze plaque that bears his name as well as a portrait of the former banking consultant.
Reavis retired after 36 years of service with the North Carolina state government, where he served as the Director of Banking Operations for the North Carolina State Treasurer’s Office and Director of E-Commerce Initiatives with the North Carolina State Controller’s Office. In 2015, Reavis joined the South Carolina State Treasurer’s Office, providing banking and treasury management consulting services. He passed away in January of this year.
“I valued David’s banking knowledge and expertise. He was even-tempered, honest, and straight forward,” Treasurer Loftis told his wife and attendees of the dedication reception. “We shared several common interests. He was passionate about history and genealogy. He loved to play golf. And he was a committed Christian who served his church and the Lord. I miss him as a trusted colleague and as a friend.”
During his tenure with the South Carolina Treasurer’s Office, Reavis led efforts to negotiate and manage new state contracts for merchant card services, provided guidance and interpretation of card industry rules, addressed Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards and developed many of the Banking & Investment division’s policy, procedures and agreements.
About the State Treasurer’s Office
The State Treasurer’s Office provides transparent, accountable and efficient banking, investment and financial management services for South Carolina State Government. Curtis M. Loftis, Jr. has served as State Treasurer since 2011. In addition to managing the office, he serves as the Vice Chair of the State Fiscal Accountability Authority and Chairman of the State Board of Financial Institutions.
For more information on the Treasurer’s Office, visit treasurer.sc.gov.