pany in Pittsboro producing therapeutic pro- teins grown in duckweed, a fast-growing plant. -0- Earl French Hadden II (' 68 AB) has been appointed director of data warehouse practice for Synapse Technology of Charlotte. -0- R. Michael Jones (' 68 AB, ' 71 ]D) has been amed president and chief executive officer for the Economic Council of Palm Beach County, Fla. -0- Dr. Jene Franklin Jordan (' 68 BSDEN, ' 71 DDS) of High Point has been named to the Guilford area advisory board of First Citizens Bank of Raleigh. <"(> Dr. Steven Robert Mills (' 68 AB, ' 72 MD) of Chapel Hill, has been appointed associate professor in UNC's department of radiology.
Placing your legacy in the right hands is
very important, not only to you, but to future
generations. By trusting us to help you develop
clearly defined directives, and to meticulously
assist in the administration of your estate
or trust, nothing is left to chance.
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Attorneys At Law
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Raleigh, NC 27609
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No more renewal remiD~ers!
Ever considered a life membership in
the General Alumni Association?
It's easy, economical, and you'll never get another annual
renewal reminder. In addition, life members receive
Endeavors, UNC's award-winning magazine of
research and creative activity, three times a year.
Ann Richardson Winstead (' 68 MSW), 71,
of Roxboro, retired social worker;June 23,
2001. Winstead worked for the welfare depart-
ment in Roxboro for 32 years and after retirement, continued to work part-time for Gambro
Health Services, Home Health and Hospice.
She also served as president and bookkeeper
for the fanilly construction business, Winstead
Builders Inc. ' 6 9 Michael Daniel Levine (' 69
]D) of Efland was inducted into
the General Practice Hall of Fame
at the N.C. Bar Association's annual meeting
in Asheville. <"(> S. Thomas Moser (, 69, ' 70
BSBA), vice president of KP.ty1G of Charlotte,
has been elected chairman of Students in Free
Enterprise for 2001-03. More than 1,000 SIFE
teams in colleges and universities are involved
in creating innovative projects in their
communities to inspire and educate K- 12 children
about entrepreneurism and free enterprise.
C. Rush "Rusty" Hamrick III (' 69 BSBA)
and Debra Lynn McKinney McKinley of Isle
of Palms, S.c. -0- DiAnna Cowan Kovacs (' 69
ABED) and Jack Thomas Kruse of Hillsborough.
Now is the perfect time to join for life.
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Life rates will increase to $600 for an individual and $800 for a couple (currently
$500 and $650, respectively) when the increase becomes effective in January.
Life membership is a great investment, allowing you to remain connected to Carolina
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Become a life member today by calling toll-free (800) 962-0742
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GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
Ernest Morris Allen (' 69 AB; ' 73, ' 72 MACT),
55, of Washington, D.C., field representative
with American Communications Network;
June 11, 2001. At UNC,Allen was a member
of Kappa Sigma fraternity. , 70 w. David Harrison (' 70 AB)
of Winterville has been named
dean of social work and criminal
justice studies at East Carolina University. He
formerly was professor of social work at the
University of Alabama. -0- J. Norfleet Pruden
ill (' 70 AB), partner in the law firm of Kennedy
Covington Lobdell & Hickman of Charlotte,
has been elected president-elect of the N. C.
No" e", b e r / D ec e fI1 b e r 2001