Hickory, March 16,2005. A pharmacist for CVS, Bain was vice president of a casket man- ufacturing company in Richmond,Va. He served as a pharmacist in Germany in the Army. At UNC, he belonged to Phi Delta Chi.
rl AdalTl Barrington Jr.
(' 58 AB, ' 62 LLB), 68, of Fayetteville, March 24,2005. Barrington was a partner and owner of a law firm in Fayetteville, practicing criminal and civil cases. Early in his law career, he served as counsel on the staff of the subcommittee on constitutional rights chaired by Sen. Sam Ervin ' 17, then returned to Fayetteville and went into private practice. He was a Marine Corps offi- cer and later held a reserve commission. At UNC, he belonged to the debate team, Kappa Alpha Order and Order of the Old Well and was an editor of
(' 53 BSBA), 74, of Greensboro, April 19, 2005. Cannady, a certified public accountant, retired as the internal audit manager of the N. C. Department of Human Resources. At UNC, he belonged to Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Dr. Willia= Randolph Ch
(' 57 DDS), 77, of Greenville, S.c., March 28, 2005. A dentist for 30 years, Chapman was past president of the South Carolina State Board of Dentistry and the Greenville County Dental Society, among other professional activities. He and his wife served on mission trips to Brazil, Belize and Thailand as members of the First
Baptist Church. He was a past president of the
Kiwanis Club and was named Outstanding
Kiwanian. He served in the Army and the
Medical Corps for three years. At UNC, he
belonged to Psi Omega.
(, 54), 76, of Durhanl, April 13,2005.
Chappell was a salesman with United Insurance
Co. of America. An Army veteran, he was part
of the military police in Japan after WWII. •
(' 56 AB), 69, of
Durango, Colo., Feb. 23, 2005. Dear was wire
editor for the Fayetteville newspaper and
women's editor of the New Kensington, Pa.,
daily paper. She also taught English at the uni-
versity level. After living in Henderson, Ky., for
many years, she moved to Durango in 2000. At
UNC, she was a desk editor for
(' 53 AB), 73, of
Fredericksburg, Va., April 1,2005. A retired
Marine officer, Eagan served in the Korean and
Vietnam wars. While serving with the Joint
Chiefs of Staffin Vietnam, he was directed to
send the message for a ceasefue in Vietnam.
Mter retiring from the military, Eagan was a
(' 59 MSSE) , 69, of Tunkhannock, Pa. , Jan.
9, 2005. A licensed professional engineer,
Ervine was director of the Deparrment of
Environmental Protection for Montgomery
County; Md. Prior to that, he was an officer
with the U.S. Public Health Services. His spe-
cialty was environmental engineering, and he
developed the Wyoming County Recycling
Center. He was tteasurer of the Wyoming
County Library Board, among other civic
(' 58 LLB),
74, of Woodland, Feb. 11, 2005. A lawyer in
Ahoskie and Rich Square, Flythe served
Northampton County as assistant district attor-
ney and assistant Superior Court solicitor. He
specialized in sports law. He served in the Air
Force for five years.
de Walton Fussell
(' 50 BSCOM), 78, of Hollywood, Fla., March
15,2005. Fussell was a retired CPA who worked
in W ilmington and later in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla .
He served as controller of a motor lines com-
pany, as well as of other businesses in Gastonia
and Atlanta. He served in the Navy in WWIr.
At UNC, he was a member of Beta Gan1111a
Sigma and Delta Sigma Pi and graduated Phi
' 50 MA), 77, of Greenville, S.c., March 10,
2005. Galloway taught history and coached
basketball, retiring from Greenville Senior
High School. She competed in the South
Carolina State Amateur Golf Championships
and the Virginia-Carolina teanl matches. •
John Ashl Tlore Go
(, 52), 74, of Stanford,
Ky., Nov. 15,2004. Gower and his wife ran a
horse camp and boarded horses. He served in
the Air Force and, at UNC, belonged to Sigma
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