Amy was born in Greenville, South Carolina, February 10, 1963, to Carl Thomas Cofield, III, and Mary Ann Cofield. Until 1978 she was raised with her sister, Kathryn Cofield Wood and... more
Amy was born in Greenville, South Carolina, February 10, 1963, to Carl Thomas Cofield, III, and Mary Ann Cofield. Until 1978 she was raised with her sister, Kathryn Cofield Wood and her brother (and law partner) Thomas C. Cofield in the Golden Strip area of Greenville County, South Carolina. In 1978, her family moved to Anderson where she graduated from T. L. Hanna in 1981. After graduating ... view profile
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