land in New Guinea, he hiked across mountains and hacked his way through jungle to arrive, 24 days later, in Allied territory. He received the Distinguished Flying Cross, two Air Medals with Oak Leaf Clusters and a Purple Heart. At UNC, he belonged to Beta Theta Pi.
Mary Allaben Groover
(' 41 BSLS), 87, ofAugusta, Ga., Feb. 14,2005. A retired librarian, Groover spent 22 years with the Augusta Regional Library. Prior to that, she served as a librarian in schools in North Carolina.
Theodore Eugene Hazelwood
(' 48 BSGEO), 80, of Bellingham, Wash., Feb. 27,2005. An executive with Winchester Gun Co., Hazelwood was director of worldwide marketing for the com- pany while living in Canada. He served as pres- ident of the Canadian Sporting Arms and Ammunition Association. When he retired from Winchester, he opened his own manufacturing plant, producing a line offishing products under the trade nal11.e Boomslang. He served in the Marine Corps in WWII. A tackle on UNC's football teanl, he played in two Sugar Bowl games and received honorable mention by the wire services for All America. He played pro- fessionally for the Chicago Hornets and the Washington Redskins. He also was a member ofUNC's track and field team. He was an All- America trapshooter for a Nebraska team. •
Ben Dawson Heath ill
(' 44), 82, of Charlotte, April 7,2005. Mter serving in the Naval Air
Corps in WWlI, Heath worked for Heath
Motor Co. in Charlotte. He then owned and
operated a realty company and built homes. In
1956, he was the U.S. Skeet Shot Champion.
James Warren Hedrick
Sr. (' 46), 84, of
Greensboro, March 31,2005. Hedrick was the
retired owner and president of a company that
represented filrniture manufacturers. A veteran
of WWlI, he served in the Army. At UNC, he
belonged to Sigma Chi and Order of the
(' 48 BSCOM), 80, of
Washington, N.c., July 14, 2004. The retired
superintendent of Beaufort County Schools,
Hodges spent 36 years in public education. He
also was director of the county draft board and
a member of the county health department
board. He served in the Navy in WWII. At
UNC, he belonged to Sigma Nu.
(' 42), 84, of Durham,
March 8,2005. Hopkins was with Prudential
Life Insurance for many years. In
served in the Army Air Corps and in dle Korean
War with the Air Force. At UNC, he belonged
to Pbi Kappa Sigma and played football his
Anne Bumgardner Horne
(' 49 AB), 77, of Charlotte, April 18,2005. Active
in the community, Horne was chairman of the
Mint Museum Antique Show and belonged to
the Junior League and the Charlotte Debutante
Club. Earlier, she was a secretary. At UNC, she
belonged to Chi Omega.
(' 49 BSCOM) , 75, of Pittsboro, Feb.
14,2005. Horne retired as finance officer for
the Chatham County Schools. Prior to that, he
was director of admissions at Louisburg College
and chiefauditor of a farmer cooperative in
Raleigh. He served in the Army in the Korean
War. At UNC, he graduated Phi Beta Kappa
and belonged to Alpha Kappa Psi and Beta
John Louis Kline Jr.
AB), 82, of Siler City, Feb. 9, 2005. A retired
commander in the Navy, Kline was a veteran
of WWII and the Korean and Vietnanl wars.
Mter retiring, he was an assistant professor of
naval science at Duke University and then
worked for the alumni office at Duke. He was
executive director of the Arthritis Foundation
and co-founder of the New Hope Volunteer
Fire Department. At UNC, he was in Navy
William Stephen Maceyko
BSCOM), 80, of Tucson, Ariz., Feb. 12,2005.
Maceyko was an insurance executive. In WWII,
he was a radioman in the Navy, serving in the
Pacinc. At UNC, he was cornerback for the
football team. He played in two Sugar Bowls
and was an All-America honorable mention.
He also was president of Sigma Chi.
(' 47 AB, ' 47 MA), 77, of
Charlotte, March 19,2005. Morrison was pres-
ident of Catawba Capital Corp., a real estate
investment firm. Prior to that, he taught business
at several universities and was head of business
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