C. Cantzon Foster, II       SCHAF Legal Advisor

C. Cantzon Foster, II is the legal advisor and founding board member of the South Carolina Historic Aviation Foundation.  Cantzon is the founding member of the Foster Law Office, LLC, in Columbia, South Carolina.

He is a graduate of the College of Charleston and received his Juris Doctorate from the University of South Carolina School of Law. 

Cantzon is a private pilot, member of the EAA Chapter 242, a Young Eagles volunteer pilot, Pilots and Paws volunteer pilot, an Eagle Scout, a member of the Columbia Rotary Club, and former President and charter member of the South Carolina Historic Aviation Foundation. 

Cantzon is the father of Annabelle and Knox.  He is a life-long resident of the Columbia, South Carolina community.

C. Cantzon Foster, II
Foster Law Offices, LLC


David McIntosh - Secretary

David McIntosh has been a member of SCHAF since 2012.  He writes and edits the monthly e-mail newsletter for the membership of SCHAF and friends of SCHAF.  He attended high school at Gordon Military in Barnesville, Georgia graduating in 1971 then attended the University of South Carolina where he earned a B.A., Journalism in 1975 and a Masters in Mass Communications in 1981. He has worked in broadcasting since 1972.  Among the radio stations where he has worked are WXRY-FM, Columbia, WZLD-FM, Cayce, WHHR-FM, Hilton Head Island and WIOZ-FM, Pinehurst, North Carolina.  Since 1986 he has been the News Director of WPUB/WCAM Radio in Camden, South Carolina and has won awards from the South Carolina Education Association and other groups for his coverage of various issues.

He is married to Mary Going McIntosh, who attended the University of South Carolina and also has a law degree from the USC Law School and is a practicing attorney.  They have one daughter, Carrie McIntosh, who is majoring in Geology at the University of South Carolina.

David’s interest in aviation and history was formed at a young age. His father, Wilson Legare McIntosh, Sr. was an officer in the 8th and 9th air forces, and the United States Eastern Command during World War II. His brother, Wilson Legare McIntosh, Jr. was an officer in the United States Air Force serving the Air Force Postal and Courier Service and the Air Force Security Service in Germany and the United Kingdom.  He is still fascinated by aviation and military history and history in general.


Kenneth Berry -  President

Mr Ken Berry is Operations Manager at Berry's Freight.  He became a member of the SCHAF board of directors in early 2012 following a period as a SCHAF member and volunteer. 

Ken is a private pilot and aircraft owner and shares a passion for preserving aviation history and in assisting youth in their aviation interests.


Ronald G. Skipper - Restoration Chairperson

Ron is the restoration chairperson for SCHAF’s current restoration  work.

Ron has been a member of SCHAF since 2010. 

After 32 years of Civil Service, to include Ft. Jackson and Dorn  VA Medical Center, he retired in 2006.   Following that he worked seven  years at Palmetto Health Richland Medical Center until 2013.  Ron  served 3 years in the US Army and 28 years with the Army Reserves. 

He is married to Linda who is formerly from Michigan.  She is  retired from the State of South Carolina government. Together they have 2  daughters and 5 grandsons all living in Atlanta, GA.

Ron's interest in aviation started as a child, taking his first  plane ride in a Piper Tri-Pacer at age 10 at Owens Field in 1962.

For several years Ron has been very dedicated to assisting with  the restoration work on SCHAF’s B-25 bomber and is now playing a lead role.


Katherine Cuddy - Treasurer

Katherine is a lifelong resident of Columbia who took an interest in the B-25 bomber when it was brought to the Curtiss-Wright Hangar several years ago. Since joining SCHAF, she began volunteering with the restoration of the B-25. Katherine is a very regular volunteer with the restoration team. She is also an avid WWII airplane and military history enthusiast. 

Katherine also chairs the SCHAF membership committee.


Scott Taylor Linaberry - Development

Mr. Linaberry became an advisor to the SCHAF Board in 2012 and was elected a Board Member in 2015. 

Scott arrived in Columbia SC in 1990 to attend the University of South where he obtained a   B.A. in Journalism. Mr. Linaberry began working in Five Points as a dishwasher in 1991 and quickly juggled his school schedule with work advancements ascending from dishwasher to bus-boy, cook, kitchen manager, server, bartender then bar manager prior to USC graduation in 1995. He then transferred to a more high volume Five Points bar and became the manager within two years receiving profit share for transforming that business from a half million dollar per year business into 1.5 million dollar per year business.

In 1996 Mr. Linaberry purchased a condominium in the Rosewood neighborhood on Deerwood Street and shortly after recorded his first log book entry: “5/15/1997 from CUB in a Cessna 172 called “Midlands 1” as Mr. Linaberry recalls.   His love for flying had begun and he flew his first solo after 13 hours in August.   Work, professional obligations and low resources quickly became a factor and he would only fly until September of that year before taking many years off.   Later in 1997 he used his shares for the purchase of a business located in the Five Points Theater building on Harden Street and in 2000 purchased half of the Restaurant next door.  

Also in 2000, Scott was elected onto the Five Points Association and continues to sit on the Board of Directors. He was president for two years in 2010-2011 donating his time working with the merchants, neighborhood leaders, City and County council people and City officials/staff to help reduce crime in Five Points during those potentially perilous years by 57%.  

In 2001 Scott became a resident of Shandon when he purchased a home built in 1929 on the corner of Blossom and Holly Streets as he worked days and nights solely managing the bars and restaurants until he had earned enough to buy out his partner in 2006.   Scott quickly purchased the Theater building and restored the Marquee and façade to their original glory while expanding operations at both locations.

In 2007, Scott began planning for a future not involving such late nights and purchased three rental homes on Harden Street picked for their unique 1950’s architecture and unique designs.   Property management/improvement and acquisitions seemed to be a good fit for Scott.   Also, and more importantly, in 2007, Scott was reacquainted with his love of aviation and became a student of Col. Earl Yerrick whom he studied and flew with until he earned his Private Pilot’s license on September 30, 2009.
In 2014, Mr. Linaberry developed some previously purchased property on Waccamaw Avenue in Wales Garden  to expand the rental properties and has been dedicated to the design and development of those properties to enhance and improve the neighborhood. Scott is also anxiously waiting for the opportunity to utilize all of the skills and passions he has acquired in the past two decades and applying a love for flying from his CUB hangar with his talents as a property developer/manager and a restaurantor in an effort to breathe new life into the Curtiss-Wright Hangar.


Dr. J. Christopher (Chris) Gillam - Grants & Donations Coordinator

Chris Gillam is an archaeology professor in the Department of Sociology, Criminology and Anthropology at Winthrop University, Rock Hill, following nearly three decades of state service at the University of South Carolina, Columbia. 

Chris has had a lifelong fascination with WWI and WWII military aircraft and, as a Ph.D. in Geographic Information Science, has used aerial and satellite imagery and GPS technology extensively in his archaeological research worldwide.

Chris joined the Board of SCHAF in 2017 to identify potential funding sources for the development of a South Carolina Aviation Museum and Aerospace Center to preserve SC’s significant aviation heritage and promote its continued growth in the modern aerospace industry. Please donate today!