David Dayvault (, 49), 78, of Charlotte; Aug. 2,2001. A WWII Army veteran, Dayvault worked with Armour Foods for 46 years, retir- ing as Southeast regional sales manager. Robert W. Dodson (' 47 ABJO), 76, of Eliza- beth City, retired managing editor of The Ledger-Star; Jan. 8,2001. A Navy Korean War veteran, Dodson was former president of the Tidewater Chapter of Sigma Delta Chi and was a licensed real estate broker. At UNC, he was president of Delta Kappa Epsilon, co-cap- tain of the track team, captain of the cross- country team and a member of NROTC and the Interfraternity COLlncil. Mary Jane Lloyd Fitch (' 45 AB, ' 50 MAED), 77, of Charlotte;July 30,2001. Fitch was a former teacher at Florida State University and Myers Park Elementary School and a swi.tmlllng instructor at the Charlotte Country Club. At UNC, she was a member of Pi Beta Phi and vice president of the freshman class. Howard Myron Foster (' 44, ' 47 AB), 78, of New York, retired sales manager with Claridge Fabrics;June 27,2001. Foster, formerly with Hoffinan Fabrics, was a Navy veteran. He was a member of the freshman swim team at UNC. T. Harry Gatton (, 40, ' 56 AB), 83, of Raleigh, retired executive vice president of the N.C. Bankers Association and publisher of Tar Heel Ban.ker;July 28,2001. A former news- paper editor and radio station director, Gatton was executive secretary to U.S. Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr. ' 1. 7 (AB), a member of lJumerous boards and was board chairman at Louisiana State University School of Banking of the South and the American Bankers Association. A former chairman of the N.C. Historical Commission, Gatton received the Christopher Crittenden Cup for the preservatiolJ ofN.C. history. He also was awarded an honorary doc- torate from Campbell University and had a scholarship named for hi.tl1 there. Paul Ver- non Godfrey Jr. (' 44, ' 46 AB; ' 47 BSCOM), 78, of New Orleans, retired insurance agent; Feb. 25, 2001. A member of Chartered Life Underwriters, Godfrey was a member of the swim team and Phi Delta Theta at UNC. Donald Cade Hicks Jr. (' 41 BSCOM), 82, of Raleigh, retired vice president with Martin Marietta Aggregates; July 27, 2001. An Army Air Force pilot in WWII, Hicks was a former assistant manager of the Raleigh Municipal Airport. At UNC, he was a member of Phi Kappa Sigma. Dr. William Franklin Hut- son (' 43 CMED), 87, of Northbrook, Ill., retired chief of radiology at Swedish Covenant Hospital; April 22, 2001. A Navy veteran of WWII and the Korean War, he was named the 1967 Doctor of the Year by Swedish Covenant Hospital. He was former president of the Chicago Roentgen Society and former chair- man of the joint revi.ew committee on educa- tion radiology technology. He co-authored
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Carol Woods residents have been making a difference all their lives. And
they're not about to stop just because they've retired.
In fact, living at Carol Woods gives you even more time for the things
that really matter. Such as tutoring a child or leading a seminar. Organizing a
recycling program or preserving a wildlife habitat. Teaching a computer class
or adviSing a local charity. Supporting the arts or creating art.
Carol Woods residents contribute to the vitality of Chapel Hill in hundreds of ways. And they make Carol Woods the special, stimulating place it is.
In fact, they're a big reason why New Choices magazine, for six years in a row,
named Carol Woods one of America's 20 best retirement communities.
Carol Woods is a place where you can spread your wings, try new things
and truly make a difference.
To learn more or to schedule a visit, call us at 800-518-9333.
750 Weaver Dairy Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27514'1-800-518-9333
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