Sellers was retired from science services in the Raleigh Department of Human Resources. , 75 Mark Andrew Sternlicht (' 75 AB, ' 78 JD), partner at Beaver Holt Sternlicht Glazier Carlin Britton & Courie PA of Fayetteville, has been re-elected to the board of the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. ..0- James Andrew Wynn Jr. (' 75 ABJO) of Cary, a justice 011 the N.C. Court ofAppeals, was this year's commencement speaker at Elizabeth City State University.
Rachel Lynn Hewitt (' 75 BFA) and Eric
Whiteside of Charlotte.
Janet Ann Mabry (' 75), 48, of Angier;June
29,2001. Mabry worked for Maza, Layton,
Schnieder and Ellis, a dental corporation. ..0-
Vincent Elmore Mason II (, 75, ' 80 MPA),
57, of San Angelo, Texas; May 18,2001. , 76 Robert Troy Barrett (' 76
BSBA) of Florence, .c., has
been appointed associate dean
of the school ofbusiness at Francis Marion
University. ..0- Dr. Michael Edward Miller
(' 76 MD) of Franklin, Tenn., has joined the
Internal Medicine Group in Cheyenne, Wyo.
..0- Thomas Roswell West (, 76, ' 75 AB),
Raleigh attorney and former administrative law
judge, has been appointed by the N.C. State
Bar to a four-year term on the N.C. Courts
Marilyn Mae Hoyle (' 76 BSBA) and Frank
E. Niechniedowicz of Dunn Loring,Va. E-mail: email@example.com.
David Aaron Boyd Jr. (' 76 AB), 46, of Duluth,
Ga., associate producer for WAGA-TV; March
8,2001. Boyd, a former assignnlent editor with
WWAY-TV in Wilmington, helped form the
Carolina News Network. He was a former
board member of the N.C. Associated Press. ..0-
Janet Montwieler Caston (' 76 MACT), 53,
of Greenville; May 14,2001. Caston provided
outreach services to children in Greene County
schools with ECU's Developmental Evaluation
Center. She was a former faculty member with
the University of Colorado and a clinical therapist with Duke University. ..0- David Lamar
Dorton (' 76 AB), 47, of Benicia, Calif., vice
president of Bank of America;April 30,2001.
At ONC, Dorton was a member of Delta
Upsilon. ..o- Gail Kiser-Turman (' 76 MSN),
55, of Charlottesville, Va., instructor with the
University of Virginia School of Nursing; April
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