vinced it's the best job in North Carolina." He will continue as chairman of the GAA's Tar Heel Network. --0- J. Kenneth Sanford (' 54 AB]O, ' 58 MA) of Charlotte is the author of a new book, Building a Future From the Past: The History if Gaston College. --0- Harley Fer- guson Shuford Jr. (' 59 AB) president of Century Furniture of Hickory, was named to the American Furniture Hall of Fame during a banquet at the High Point Furniture Market. --0- Dr. WilliaIl1 Frederick Young (' 50 AB) of Sumter, S.c., recendy was honored at an awards banquet where he received the 1999 Willian1 Weston Distinguished Services Award from the Columbia, S.c., Museum of Art. Young is a former board member of me UNC General Alumni Association.
Evelyn LeNore Anderson (' 54 MPH), 93,
of Chapel Hill, retired research associate at me
UNC Scbool of Public Healm;]une 12, 1999.
At UNC, she was a member of Delta Omega
sorority. --0- WilliaIl1 AdaIl1 Anderson (' 51),
77, co-owner of Anderson Drug Store of
High Point; Sept. 8, 1999. Anderson, wbo also
was a licensed real estate broker, served in the
Army in WWII. --0- Darrell Franklin ArIl1-
strong (' 55), 67, of Arlington,Va., senior vice
president of First Virginia M ortgage Co.; Sept.
6,1999. --0- Frederick Augustus Babson Jr.
(' 56 AB, ' 58 LLB]D), 69, attorney and real
estate developer of Arlington Va.; Sept. 17,
1999. Babson was tbe first elected chairman of
tbe Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. He
also was chair of the Metropolitan Washington
Council of Governments and president of the
National Organizations of Councils. At UNC,
Babson was sports editor for The Daily Tar
Heel. --0- Albert John BegendorfJr. (' 50
BSCOM), 75, of Surfside Beach, S.c.; Oct. 7,
1999. Begendorf, an insurance agent with
Mutual of Omaha-Richardson agency, was a
Marine Corps veteran of WWIT. --0- John
Henry Dagenhart (' 50 BSCOM), 73, of
Stony Point, retired high school teacher at
North Iredell High SchooI;]uly 13,1999.
Dagenhart was a WWII Navy veteran.--O-
Arline Marie Duvall (' 54 CPHN, ' 56
BSPHN), 71, of Gambrills, Md.; Sept. 26,
1999. Duvall, first educated in a one-room
schoolhouse, was for 50 years a nurse and a
professor of public health nursing. She was a
professor at the University ofAlabama, Van-
derbilt University and Clemson University.
Mter retiring from Clemson in 1986, she
worked for Project Hope, establishing public
health nmsing progran1s in Egypt and Swazi-
land. --0- Charles DeWitt Foard (' 50
Dr. Harold Ross Roberts
Meet the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center's newest team. The UNC Melanoma team
(' 52 BSMED, ' 55 MD) left, Sarah
Graham Kenan professor of medi-
cine and pathology at UNC, was
recognized for 12 years of service
as the first executive director of
the Intemational Society on
Thrombosis and Haemostasis at
the society's 17th biennial
congress in August in Washington,
D.C. Dr. Victor J. Marder, the
society's president, presented the
award. Dr. Roberts will be
succeeded as executive director
of 15TH by another Tar Heel,
Dr. Gilbert Case White II
('66AB, ' 71 MD,' 75 MS).
features an all-star line up of medical professionals from a
wide range of disciplines. Their game plan consists of a
cross-functional approach to the diagnosis and treatment of
patients with malignant melanoma.
Experts hail from diverse arenas ranging from Dermatology,
Nuclear Medicine, Surgical Oncology, Head & Neck Sur-
gery, Reconstructive Surgery, Pathology, Radiation Oncol-
ogy, and Medical Oncology. By integrating the expertise
from this multidisciplinary team, treatment options can be
skillfully tailored to the individual patient's needs.
Ultimately, the patients are the winners of this collaborative
effort. The team strives for excellence and their goal is sim-
ple: The best possible care for each patient.
You can assist the Lineberger team. With your support,
North Carolina's only public comprehensive cancer center
can continue its tradition of excellence.
UNCMelanoma team members: Front (I to r) Dr. Tom Heming, Charmayne
Gray, Dr. David Ollila, Protocol Office staffLeah Sambury, Rachel Hajnal,
Denise Ritchie; back row (I to r) Dr. John Wooslry, Dr. Jim Cusack, Dr. Bill
Cance, Dr. Michael Zenn, Dr. Stephen Falen, and Dr. Ben Calvo. Notpictured
are Drs. Robert Briggaman, James Evam, and Nancy Thomas.
School of Medicine
Campus Box 7295
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7295
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