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Every 33 seconds someone dies of vascular disease. Each year
twice as many people die from
heart attack, stroke and pulmonary
embolism as from cancer. But doc-
tors in Carolina's Center for
Thrombosis and Hemostasis are
helping improve your odds for life.
We look for the causes of heart
attack, stroke and blood clots. We
probe the biology of why arteries
become plaque-filled and why blood
clots. We track down the genes
involved in these diseases. We train
future scientists and physicians.
And we increase your chance to
live by translating research into
That's how we helped save Chancellor Fordham's life.
Your gift will help us find new ways to beat America's leading killers.
Contact us at (919) 966-6011 or see http://www.med.unc.edu/thrornb/for
Carolina chancellor emeritus Christopher C.
Fordham III suffered a stroke in 1980. Today,
he enjoys "selling Carolina" to medical school
prospects as part of his faculty duties.
The Center for
THROMBOSIS & HEMOSTASIS
UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Discovering causes and finding cures for vascular diseases
M ay/Jun e 2002
Richmond, Va. H e was a pilot. • Martha
Brown Whitner (' 49 BSCOM), 74, ofJack-
sonville, Fla., retired guidance counselor at Lake
Shore Junior High School; April 9, 2001.
Whitner was a member of Pi Beta Phi, the
YWCA Cabinet and the senior class steering
committee at UNC. • John Andrew Williams
(' 48), 80, of Charlotte, retired regional direc-
tor of NCR Corp.; Nov. 12,2001. Following
retirement, Williams was the owner and oper-
ator of Palmetto Paper Co. An Army Air
Corps veteran of WWII, he was a volunteer at
Carolina Medical Center. • Frank W. Win-
free (' 49 AB, ' 51 LLB) , 74, of Winston-
Salem, lawyer and retired president of Boats
and Motor Co.;Aug. 28, 2001. A Navy pilot
in WWII, Winfree was a member of the N. C.
Bar Association. • Hazel McSwain Wool-
folk (' 45 MAED), 86, of Greensboro, retired
teacher with Greensboto City Schools;Jan. 2,
2002. Woolfolk formerly was an educator in
Gastonia and High Point. ' 50 James Tully Beatty (' 57 AB) S of Charlotte was honored in New York at this year's
National Indoor Track and Field Champi-
onships on the 40th anniversary ofhis historic
run when he became the first man to break
the four-minute mile mark indoors. • Gwen-
lyn Huss Butler (' 55 BSN) and Robert
Dean Butler (' 57 BSPHR) have retired as
part owners of Owen's Pharmacy in Tryon. •
Joseph Mark Clapp (' 58 BSBA) of Fort
Myers, Fla., who retired as chairman and chief
executive officer of Roadway Services Inc.,
was appointed to head the Federal Motor
Carrier Safety Administration in Washington,
D.C. • Henry Ell Frye (' 59 JD) of Greens-
boro, former chiefjustice of the N.C. Supreme
Court, is a professor of political science and
criminal justice at N.C. A&T State University
in Greensboro.• Lee Socrates Gliarmis Sr.
(' 50 AB) of Wilson has been inducted into
the hall offame of Wilson's Fike High School.
• John Dexter Greene Sr. (' 58 BSIR) of
Morganton is president of Parsons-Greene
Chrysler Dodge Jeep. • Dr. A. Everette
James Jr. (' 59 AB) of Chapel Hill has been
selected as the 2002 recipient of the Duke
University Medical Center Humanitarian
Award for his contributions to art, folk art and
folklore of North Carolina. • John Grimes