Linwood Grahl (' 56 DDS) has retired after 25 years from the practice of dentistry in Bre- vard. -0- James Franklin Hurley III (' 53 ABJO) has been honored by Catawba College of Salisbury with the naming of a renovated ormitory as Hurley Hall. -0- Hugh Leon McColl Jr. (' 57 BSBA) of Charlotte, recently retired as chairman and CEO of Bank of America, is the recipient of the Citizen of the Carolinas Award for his role in making Char- lotte a fmancial center and for his service to educational and civic organizations. The award was made by the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce and Duke Energy. -0- David Fair- ley McInnis Jr. (' 57 AB), former Sumter, S.C, judge and state representative, has been awarded the Order of Palmetto by the South Carolina governor for a public service career that spanned almost 30 years. -0- Rev. James Harris Purks III (' 59 AB), retiring assistant director of the Americus, Ga., Habitat for Humanity and a vocational deacon in the Episcopal Church, was honored recently with the dedication of the Jim Purks Devotions Room in the organi- zation's headquarters. -0- Rachel Humphries Stevens (' 57 BSN, ' 60 MSN), clinical profes- sor with the UNC School of Public Health, has been elected president of the N.C Associa- tion of Local Boards of Health. Stevens received the 2000 Chancellor's Award for distinguished accomplislunents on behalf of the University. -0- Robert Candler Vaughn Jr. (' 53 BSBA, ' 55 LLBJD) is a founder of the new Winston- Salem law firm of Vaughn Perkinson Ehlinger Moxley & Stogner LLP, focusing on estate pl anning, wills, trusts, taxation and representation of closely held businesses. -0- Paddy Sue Wall Welles (' 59 AB), a marriage and family thera- pist of Horseheads, N.Y., is the author of a new book, To Stand in Love: Untangling the ~bs ~ave. -0- John Lee Whitley (' 57 AB, ' 61 LLBJD) of Wilson has been appointed chief district judge of the N.C 7th Judicial District. Whitley has been a judge with the district for more than 35 years. -0- Dr. Bryant Kelly Wicker (' 57 AB, ' 62 DDS) has retired from the practice ofdentistry in Maxton after 38 years.
Robert Donovan Barbour (' 50 AB, ' 55
MRP), 76, of Neptune Beach, Fla., and a native
of Raleigh, conununity development consul-
tant;Jan. 24, 2001. Barbour, former vice presi-
dent of Cecil Jones & Associates, was a member
of the Board of Examiners and American
Institute of Planners. At UNC, he was a member
ofthe Glee Club. -0- H. Turner Bass (' 56),
66, of Tarboro; Nov. 8, 2000. Bass was a mem-
ber of Sigma Nu at UNC -0- George Birkel
Jr. (' 53 BSMAT), 80, of Melbourne, Fla.;Jan.
13,2001. -0- Mary Clayton Brown (, 59), 62,
ofPa wlet, Vt., artist, author, illustrator; Oct.
TO FIGHT CANCER
Dr. Julian Rosenman is using Sltper-computing
power to develop innovations in radiation treat-
ments for cancer.
Carolina's Dr. Julian Rosenman is
working to revolutionize radiation
treatments for cancer patients.
A new partnership with technology
industry leaders Microsoft and Dell
is helping Rosenman and the UNC
Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer
Center harness technology in a quest
to obtain faster and more accurate
treatments. The treatments rely on
precise three-dimensional computer
images of tumors and intricate calcula-
tions of radiation dose that previously
were impractical for patient treatment
due to their enormous complexity.
The companies are donating a cluster
of 100 high-end computers, software
and technical support to provide the
Center with the immense computing
power needed to develop a method
that focuses multiple radiation beams
that converge on a tumor while sparing
the surrounding healthy tissues.
You can help Rosenman and the UNC
Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer
Center continue the work toward a
revolution in radiation treatment. For
more information on how you can
help, contact the Center's development
office at (919) 966-5905.
School of Medicine
Campus Box 7295
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7295
(919) 966-5905 Fax (919) 966-9727
CAROL.INA ALUMNI REVIEW