North Africa. .-0- Mary Gwynne Campbell Schmidt (' 43 AB), 78, of San Diego, professor at San Diego State University; Nov. 27, 2000. Schmidt was a former social worker at the State Hospital in Patton, Calif. .-0- Morton Samuel Silverstein (' 43 BSCOM), 78, of Charlotte, retired manufacturers' representative with Gillman's Sportswear and Chief Apparel;April 8, 2001. Silverstein was a Navy veteran of WWII. .-0- Philip John Stroh (' 45 AB), 75, of Huntington Station, N.Y., owner and manager of Electro-Mechanical Services; March 31, 2001. He was a Navy veteran of WWII and in ROTC at UNe. .-o- Thomas Nelson Tedder (' 46), 76, of Shelby, owner of Tedder Motor Co.; April 24,2001. Tedder was a member of the football team at UNe. .-0- Harry Tucker Jr. (' 42 AB, ' 48 MA), 79, of Raleigh, associate professor of German at N.e. State University; April 21, 2001. An Army veteran, Tucker also had taught at the University of Virginia and Parsons College. He was a member of Delta Phi Alpha at UNe. .-o- Steve Carter Uzzell Jr. (' 49 BSPHR), 77, of Raleigh, retired phar- rnacist;June 30, 2001. A Navy veteran of WWII, Uzzell was a volunteer with Rex Hospital. He was a member of Chi Phi at UNe. .-0- Harold Craig Warren (' 43), 79, of Raleigh; March 30, 2001. Warren formerly was employed with WHo King Drug Co. .-0- John Webb West Jr. (' 49 BSCOM), 83, ofJacksonville, Fla.;April 17, 2001. West served with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for 42 years. .-0- George David Whitfield (' 45), 80, of Dearborn, Mich.; April 18, 2001. An Army Air Corps veteran, Whitfield was retired from the indus- trial equipment sales business. He was a member of Delta Sigma Pi at UNe. .-0- Dr. Louis Reams Wilkerson Sr. (' 47 AB), 76, of Raleigh, retired obstetrician and gynecologist; April 25, 2001. Wilkerson practiced medicine for nearly 40 years, working with his brother and sister in the practice established by their father. He served as president of the N.e. Ob-Gyn Society, Wake County Medical Society and the Raleigh Academy of Medicine. He was vice chairman of District IV of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the N.e. sec- tion chairman of the South Atlantic Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. A Navy veteran of WWII, Wilkerson was a member of Phi Kappa Sigma. .-0- Thomas Roy Wilkin- son (' 47 AB), 74, of San Diego, attorney with Harmsen, Carpenter & Wilkinson; Feb. 15, 2001. A Navy veteran of WWII, Wilkinson practiced business, estate planning and tax law. He retired from the law in 1986 and became a financial adviser. .-0- Ann West Williams (' 44 AB), 77, of Chicago, retired managing editor of the urban education department with Sci- ence Research Associates; May 25, 2001. A former literary agent, she represented authors Shirley Jackson, George Axelrod and Jim
A lot ofpeople talk about
making a difference. Others let their
actions do the talking.
f it's true that actions speak louder than words, Tom Lambeth
could be a megaphone.
Although not a social worker by trade, Lambeth has worked tirelessly
to improve the lives of North Carolinians. As chair of the School of
Social Work's Board of Advisors, he has worked as an advocate,
fundraiser, advisor and supporter of the School.
"I think the School of Social Work, as much as any other part of the
- all the
people - of
Lambeth is a
care deeply about the work social workers do and the
people they serve.
For more information about the School of Social Work and how
you can support out programs, please call (919) 962-6469 or visit Out
website at http://ssw.unc.edu.
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