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GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
Mountain, Ga., retired lawyer; April 15, 2004.
Maim practiced law in Chattanooga for many
years and received the key to the city in 1977.
Among his civic activities, he was president of
the county TB Association, chairman of the
advisory conmuttee of the county health
department and chairman of the Juvelllie
Court Commission. He was secretary and vice
president of the Tennessee Board of Law
Examiners. He served with the Army in the
Korean War. At UNC, he was editor of the Tar
H eel Barrister and on the board of the Law
Review. He belonged to Delta Theta Phi. •
Patricia Aldridge Maslow (' 57 AB, ' 59
MSW), 69, of Palo Alto, Calif., retired social
worker; April 12, 2004. Maslow was a licensed
clinical social worker in the Santa Clara County
Mental Health Department. She had a deep
interest in the arts and was a founding member
of the Palo Alto Adult School Thursday Poets
class.• Larry Bikle McAllister (' 51 BSPHR),
79, of Graham, pharmacist;April 23, 2004. He
was owner and manager of Wrike Drug, then
became a staff pharmacist at Tarheel Drug.
Active in the conmlunity, McAllister was presi-
dent of the Grahanl Merchants Association,
chairman of the Graham School Board and
past president of Alamance Pharmaceutical
Society. He served with the Army in WWII.
At UNC, he belonged to Kappa Psi. •
Alexander H. McIntire (' 50 BSCOM), 82,
of Mianli, retired treasurer of a maritime com-
pany; March 28, 2004. McIntire worked for
Fraser Maritime Services Inc. He was a vice
president and comptroller of First National
Bank of Miami. He served with the Coast
Guard in WWII. At UNC, he was a member of
Beta Ganmla Sigma and graduated Phi Beta
Kappa .• Henry Louis McIntosh Jr. (, 52),
76, of Fayetteville, retired advertising salesman;
Oct. 17,2003. McIntosh had a 37-year career
with Cape Fear Broadcasting Co. He was a
Navy veteran of WWII. . John Atterbury
Montgomery (' 51 PhD), 80, of Birnlinghanl,
Ala. , founder of a pharmaceuticals company;
May 24,2004. Senior vice president and direc-
tor of the Kettering-Meyer Laboratory of the
Southern Research Institute, he was named
Distinguished Scientist in 1990. He was co-
founder ofBioCryst Pharmaceuticals, serving
as its executive vice president and chief scien-
tillc officer. A pioneer in cancer and drug
research, he was awarded 51 patents and wrote
more than 400 scientific articles. He served on
a steering conmlittee of the World H ealth
Organization and was appointed to President
Reagan's Cancer Panel. He received numerous
professional honors, including the Cain Award
for cancer research; the Alfred Burger Award in
medicinal chenustry; and the Edward E.
Snlissman Bristol-Myers Squibb Award from the
American Chenlical Society. He received a
Septemb e r / October 2004