Minerals Management Service.
Carl Ray- nard Fox
(' 75 AB,
of Chapel Hill has been appointed Superior Court judge serving Chatham and Orange counties.
Alicia Downes Petersen
(, 75, ' 74 MRP) of Wash- ington, nc., has been awarded a doctorate in urban affairs and public policy by the College of Hmnan Services, Education and Public Policy at the University of Delaware.
John Thomas Trent
(' 75 AB) of Adanta has been named vice president, general counsel and secretary of Open Text Corp., a company offering enter- prise collaboration and content-management product~. • D.
(' 75 BSBA) of Asheboro, president of Wayne Thomas Chevrolet Inc., was selected as a finalist for the
Magazine Quality Dealer Award.
Robert Kirksey Deaton
(' 75 BSIR), 52, of
Oriental, Feb. 22, 2005. He was founder of
Deaton Yacht Service and was active in com-
munity organizations. At UNC, he was a
member of Pi Kappa Alpha.
Sarah Lucinda "Cindy" Dollar
(' 76 BSPHR) of Asheville has
a guide to
customizing a home practice, written with
Susanna MacKenzie Euston.
(' 76 MD) of Greensboro
photography at the Moses
Cone Hospital, where he does much of
medical work as a member of the Southeastern
Heart and Vascular Center.
(' 76 MSPH) of Henrico, dean
of evening and weekend programs at Halifax
Community College, has been chosen to par-
ticipate in the National Institute for Leadership
Development LEADERS program, a yearlong
international program for administrators and
faculty in higher education.
(' 76 AB) ofBurlingron has been
named to the board of directors of the Chari-
table Foundation of Alamance Regional Med-
Jane Clark Lindle
(' 76 ABED)
of Pendleton, S.c., E. T. Moore Professor of
Educational Leadership at Clemson University,
has published a book, 20
Strategies for Collabora·
James Franklin Royall
(' 76 BSBA) ofSrnithfield is the ne~ club
leader for the reactivated Johnson County Car-
Robert Franklin Trott
BSBA; ' 83, ' 82 MAT) of Berea, Ohio, has been
named defensive assistant coach for the Cleve-
land Browns. Trott, who played safety at UNC
and earned three letters under Coach Bill
Dooley and served as senior captain in
season, has nearly 30 years of coaching experi-
ence, including five years as an NFL coach
with the New York Giants and the New Eng-
(' 76 AB), 51, of Greenville, Feb.
17, 2005. Foil practiced medicine for more than
10 years in Greenville, where she was on the
faculty of the East Carolina University School
of Medicine and served as chiefof surgical
critical care. In 1999, she opened Eastern
Surgical Associates and was the only female
surgeon in private practice in Greenville. She
was a member of the first graduating class of the
East Carolina University School of Medicine.
At UNC, she belonged to Alpha
and was a member ofthe fencing team. •
Dolly Ziglar Metaxakis
(' 76 BSN), 50, of
Spring Lake,Jan. 31, 2005. Metaxakis was a
nurse at UNC Memorial Hospitals, Charter
Hills Psychiatric Hospital in Greensboro and
the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in
Fayetteville, among other medical centers. ,7
J. Douglas Blackburn
(' 77 AB)
ofTokyo has been promoted to
vice president ofAsia Pacific
research and development for Japan Tobacco
International Services Switzerland SA.
(' 77 PhD) of Shelby has been
named president of Gardner-Webb University.
Bonner has served as senior vice president and
provost of Gardner-Webb since 1992. ,
R. Steven Vetter
(' 78 BSBA) of
Greensboro has acquired Flint
Trading Inc., LKF Inc., and Precision
Scan LLC, companies that manufactme and dis-
tribute highway safety products.Vetter, who will
serve as president and CEO of each of the entities,
will be partner with
Matthew Lewis Soule
(' 91 AB), who will serve as COO and CFo. ,
Sandra Bailey Lytle
(' 79 BSDAT)
of Raleigh, a real estate agent with
Coldwell Banker Howard Perry
and Walston, has earned the professional desig-
nation of Graduate, Realtor Institute (GRI) . •
David Lang Smith
(' 79 BSIR) of Farmville
has been promoted to Navigator representative
for The Navigators at the University of South
Rebecca Brogden Vargha
AB) of Durhanl, a librarian at the UNC School
of Information and Library Science, has been
elected president-elect ofthe Special Libraries
Association. She will serve as president of the
international association beginning June 2006.
(, 79, ' 80 AB), 48, of LaGrange,
March 22,2005. Creech was lifestyle editor for
in Texas and also worked
for papers in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Kinston.
At UNC, she was a member of St. Anthony
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