Buies Creek, N.C.-Attorney Glenn Talmadge Infinger, of Atlanta, Ga. was named a Distinguished Alumnus of Campbell University during the University's 2009 Homecoming celebration, Saturday, Oct. 24. Infinger is a partner in the law firm of Mazursky Constantine LLC, one of the largest in Atlanta.
A 1974 graduate of Campbell University with a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Trust Management, Infinger earned his law degree from the University of South Carolina in 1981. Prior to joining Mazursky Constantine, he was Chief Counsel for Benefits and Executive Compensation at BellSouth Corporation, where he advised the company's senior executive team and board of directors in respect to human resources matters. Infinger also served as an attorney with law firms in Dallas, Texas and Atlanta, Ga. before joining BellSouth.
He is a member of the Georgia and Texas bar associations and the American Bar Association. While in law school, Infinger was named to the Order of the Coif and the Order of the Wig and Robe. He was also a member the National Moot Court Bar Association.
An avid reader, Infinger also enjoys travel and golf. He and his wife Anne are members of the Wieuca Road Baptist Church where Infinger has serviced on the Finance Committee. They are the parents of a son Talmadge, 25, a graduate of Duke University and currently in his second year of law school at Vanderbilt University; and a daughter Tyler, 22, a graduate of Duke University who is employed with Pearson Publishing in New York City.
Photo Copy: Glenn Infinger, center, receives Campbell University's Distinguished Alumnus award from President Jerry Wallace, right. Also pictured is the Rev. Wayne Oakes, president of the Campbell University National Alumni Association. (Photo by Bennett Scarborough)