betic Control: An Ecological Approach." • Gayle Rancer (' 77 AB), a metalsmith of Brooks, WVa., has exhibited and sold work in art galleries across North and South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia.• Edward Dewitt Sadler (' 77 CGRED, '93 EdD) of Gastonia, superintendent of Gaston County Schools, was named regional superintendent of the year for 2001. • Kenneth Wayne Wells (' 77 ABED) of Manteo, Perquirnans County Schools uperintendent, was appointed to the board of trustees of the N. C. Center for the Advance- ment of Teaching in Cullowhee. ' 78 Kathryn Davis "Ked" Powell (' 78 BSBA) of High Point has joined the staff of the newly opened Guilford County office of Lexington State Bank as originator of mortgage loans.
Hope Hill Tyndall (' 78 AB) and William
Geremain Hancock Jr. (' 65 AB) of Raleigh.
Juanita Burgess MacDonald (' 78 AB), 45,
of Winston-Salem, teller services manager
with the State Employees Credit Union; Feb.
6,2002. • Patricia Anne Place (' 78 MED),
49, of Pataskala, Ohio, study director with the
Forum on Children, Youth and Families with
the National Academy of Sciences;Jan. 11,
James Marshall Holland (' 79
AB) of Mount Pleasant, S.c., has ' 79 been named senior vice president
and senior lending officer for Regions Bank
in Charleston. Holland is a past recipient of
the GAA's Distinguished Young Alumnus
award. • Randy Kane Jones (' 79 AB, ' 82
JD), assistant U.S. attorney in San Diego, has
been selected as one of California's most
influential lawyers by California Law Business.
• Don L. Pagett (' 79 MSPH) of Swan-
nanoa has been named McDowell County's
director of social. services.
Frank Philip Hamilton (' 79 BSBA)
and Mary Elizabeth Durrett ofjacksonville,
' 80 A. Bruce Clarke (' 80 BSBA,
' 83 JD) of Raleigh is president
and chief executive officer of
Capital Associated Industries Inc.• Dr.
David Earl Frost (' 80 MS) of Chapel Hill
has been elected president of the American
Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery for
2002 . • Nathaniel Meigs Stout (' 80 ABjO),
new member of the city council of Keene,
N.H., will serve four years representing one
of the city's five wards and is a member of the
finance, personnel and operations committee.
• Pamela Thorpe Young (' 80 AB) of Cary
is deputy secretary in the N.C. Department of
CuLtural Resources in Raleigh.
Susan Bitler Phelps (' 80 AB), 43, of Char-
lotte, vice president with Smith Barney's
Investment Banking; Feb. 15,2002. Phelps
was active in the Campus Y as a student at
UNC and had served on the steering com-
mittee of the Y during its recent renovation
fund-raising campaign. She also was a mem-
ber of Delta Delta Delta sorority. A board
member of the Elizabeth Traditional School
2002 Law Alumni Weekend
and 50th Anniversary of the
The Classes of 1997, 1992, 1982, 1977, 1972,
1962 and 1952 will celebrate their reunions.
Friday, November I &
Saturday, November 2, 2002
Activities will include the Annual Law Alumni Banquet, Reunions and
Bluegrass, the UNC vs. Maryland football game and much more!
For more information, please contact the Office of Alumni Affairs,
at 919-962- 1592 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE UN !V ER SITV OF NORTH C AROLI NA A T C HA Pe l Hill
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