AB) of Durham is assistant vice president and branch manager of First Union Bank in Durham. .-0- Karen Gay York ('87 AB) of Statesville was selected as a com- mercial division co-chairperson for the Iredell-Statesville United Way campaign. York is assistant manager of the compensation and benefits department of ASMO North Carolina Inc.
'88 Kyle Darren Cad- dell ('88 AB) of Chapel Hill was pro-
moted to general sales manager of
WCHL Radio in Chapel Hill. .-0-
J. Grady Elliott Jr. ('88 BSBiol)
and Kristine Keith Elliott ('89
AB) of Winston-Salem announce
the birth of a daughter, Katherine
Butler, on Oct. 25. .-0- Boyd Elder
Harden ('88 AB) of New
Canaan, Conn., a Marine first
lieutenant, completed a six-
month deployment to the West-
ern Pacific and Indian oceans
with Marine Medium Helicopter
Squadron 163. .-0- G. Allen Ives
III ('88 AB) of Rocky Mount
joined Betts & Co., a Rocky
Deborah Joy Mazak '88
the Preston Comers branch of
Wachovia Bank in Cary. .-0- Deb-
orah Joy Mazak ('88 BSPhar)
of Birmingham, Ala., was
recently named Preceptor ofthe
Year by the pharmacy depart-
ment's 1994 residency class at the
University of Alabama at Birm-
ingham's University Hospital.
Mazak is a pharmacist in the Bruno
Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit.
.-0-J. Maria Stone ('88 AB) of
Rocky Mount joined the Enfield
Medical Clinic as a physician's
assistant. .-0- Andrew Todd
Trincia ('88 ABJour) of Winston-
Salem was named national media
relations manager at Wachovia
Corp. in Winston-Salem.
'89 Holly Dannegger Crumpler ('89 BSBA, '90 MACCT)
of Raleigh was promoted to
manager in Deloitte & Touche's
tax department in Raleigh. .-0-
Michelle Thi Harrington ('89
AB) of San Diego, Cw., gradu-
ated from California Western
School of Law in San Diego. .-0-
Inga Floyd Kear ('89 AB, '93,
'92 JD) of Winston-Salem, an
attorney, is in private practice in
Winston-Salem. .-0- Gade
Edwards Lander ('89 ABJour)
of Mount Pleasant, S.c., joined the
Credit Adjustment Bureau as a
client representative. .-0- Douglas
John Phillips ('89 BSBA) of
Hickory, assistant vice president
with First Citizens Bank in Hickory,
was named Ambassador of the
Month by the Catawba County
Chamber of Commerce. .-0- Anna
Torrence Shedden ('89 BSBA)
of Charlotte graduated from
Campbell University School of
Law and is a new associate for
Clontz, Clontz and Hunter in
'90 Susan Holdsclaw Boyles ('90 ABJour, '94 JD) of Winston-
Salem joined the law firm Petree
Stockton as an associate. .-0- W.A.
Banks Edwards ('90 MACCT,
'94 AB) of Raleigh was promoted
to manager in the Raleigh tax
department of Deloitte & Touche.
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Bank in Winston-Salem. .-0-
Andrew McNally ('90 AB) of
Nashville, Tenn., is marketing
manager in the digital packaging
solutions division of Rand
McNally Media Services Group
in Nashville. He is the great-
great-great-grandson of the com-
Join the General Alumni Association at the
9TH ANNUAL TENNESSEE WILLIAMS/NEW
ORLEANS LITERARY FESTIVAL
A long weekend ofliterature, theater and music
• UNC Professor Kimball King, who is currently writing a biography of Tennessee
Williams, will lead a daily overview of upcoming events, an analysis of Williams'
themes and works, and in the evening a post-theater discussion over wine.
• Festival includes theater productions, panel discussions, workshops and musical
• Weekend seminars conducted by University of New Orleans professors exclusively for our group on topics such as New
Orleans literary mystique, architecture and culinary roots.
• A literary walking tour of New Orleans guided by a University of New Orleans professor.
• Old Nawlin's cooking to be savored in the French Quarter.
• Accommodations will be in the French Quarter at the new Hampton Inn. Events are in walking distance.
TUITION: $490 per person for GAA members, $515 for non-members. The fee includes instructional materials for the weekend,
registration for all Festival events, opening and closing celebrations and dinner at The Veranda.
For more information or a brochure, call the GeneralAlumniAssociation at (919) 962-3574, orfax your request to (919) 962-0010.
Jan" ar yI Febr" ary 1995