member of Sigma Theta Tau, O rder of Eastern Star,American Nurses' Association, National League for Nursing and the Amet;can Public Health Association. ' 61 Harold Carter "Chips" Weaver (, 61, ' 62 AB), stock broker and financial planner for the firm of Edward Jones of Easley, S.c., has been named to the President's Club of the American Funds Group.
Newtonville, Mass., retired professor at UNC
School of Nursing; July 16,2001. Nuckolls, a
faculty member of the UNC School of Nursing
and Yale University (1960-83), received the
Award for Excellence in Teaching from the
UNC School of Nursing in 1966. She also
served as associate director of the Mountain
Area Health Education Center in Asheville.
Nuckolls wa a nursing education and child
development consultant in Egypt, Turkey,
Thailand, Colombia and with various agencies
in the U.S. In 1979, Nuckolls was appointed
to the U S. Department of Health Education
and Welfare Select Panel for the Promotion of
Child Health. Mter retirement in 1983, Nuck-oils served as a consultant and volunteer widl the
University of Virginia family nurse practitioner program. She was selected as an Elder
Statesman of Virgirtia as ao honor for her
' 64 William Gaston Ellis (, 64 AB) of Fruita, Colo., is me author a novel, Second Chances. More information is available at Meadowlarkstories.col Tl.
Ellis is vice president of tbe West Rockies
Writer's Club of Grand Junction, Colo.
Joseph Wayne Grintsley (' 61 AB), 65, of
Rockingham, president of Richmond Commu-
nity College and former longtime campaign
manager for Gov.James B. Hunt (' 64 LLBJD);
July 13,2001. Grimsley, who became RCC
president in 1985, managed three statewide
races for Hunt, including the 1972 lieutenant
governor race, the 1976 and 1980 gubernatorial campaigns and the 1984 US. Senate race
against Sen. Jesse Helms (R-N.C.). He was a
past secretary of administration and natural
resources for North Carolina, a member of
the Peace Corps staff in Washington, D.C., and
Honduras from 1963 to 1968 and studied on a
Fulbright Scholarship in Colombia in 1961.
An Army veteran, he was president of the
Carolina Athletic Association at UNC, a
member of the Student Legislature, Phi Sigma
Alpha, the Order of the Grail and the Order
of the Old Well, the Amphoterothen ociety
and the varsity baseball team. In 1961, Time
magazine selected Grimsley one of the coun-
try's most outstanding college graduates. ' 6 2 Eversden Leavitt "Denny"
Clark Jr. (' 62, ' 63 AB), Durham
business owner, is pictured on the
cover of a recent issue of All About Beer Maga-
zine. He is president of C.N. Clark Co. "'"
Randolph Preston " Ran" Shaffuer (, 62 AB,
' 70 MA, ' 73 PhD) of Highlands is author of
Heart of the Blue Ridge, a history of Highlands
published by Faraway Publishing. He has
managed Cyrano's Bookshop in Highlands for
23 years. "'" John Hood Summey (' 62 AB),
associate professor of marketing in Southern
fliinois University Carbondale's college of
business and administration, has been named a
fellow by the Marketing Management Associ-
ation. This year, Summey established the Mar-
keting Management Associati on Foundation,
to which he was elected president.
Thomas Michael Cribbin (' 64 AB), 59, of
Adventures in Ideas-the overwhelmingly popular Humanities
Seminars-continues this spring to explore interesting and
important cultural, moral and social topics from the perspective
of the humanities. The following seminars are scheduled:
• The Quest for the Historical Jesus (encore seminar)
• Islam and the West
• Environment, Ethics and Decision-Making
• Democracy: Prospects and Perils
• Two Cheers for Hollywood
• Irish Times (with a performance of The Playboy of the
Western World by the PlayMakers Repertory Company)
• Women of the Ancient World
• Medieval England
• America Circa 1900: Politics and Popular Culture
in Transition April 26-27
Other seminars (dates and speakers still pending) are being planned and
will be included in the final program offerings. Candidate topics include:
Moral Philosophy: The Classics (encore seminar), Twentieth-Century
Poetry, The Origins of Modern Philosophy.
Seminars will be held on the UNC campus. GAA members receive a registra'
tion discount. To register, call (919) 962-1544, send e-mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.unc.edu/ depts/human on the Web.
Michel Wahba (, 62 PhD), 88, of Sacramento,
Calif.; Dec. 25,2000.
' 63 DECEASED: Katherine Buckley Nuckolls
(' 63 MSPA, ' 70 PhD), 84, of
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