and belonged to Alpha Tau Om.ega at UNC. • Louise Conner Kidd (AB ' 40), 86, of Pittsboro; Feb. 1,2006. Kidd taught high scbool French for 30 years at Moncure, Pittsboro and Northwood high schools. She was president of Friends of tbe Library in Pittsboro and an active volunteer with the food bank. • Dr. William Albert Kirksey (' 41 AB, ' 43 CMED), 85, of Morganton;Jan. 11,2006. Kirksey had a medical practice in Morganton for many years. In addition, he was physician for the N.C. School for the Deaf. In WWIl, he was a physi- cian in the Army.• William Henry Krauss (, 43), 86, of Williamsburg,Va.;Jan. 24, 2006. Krauss was a district sales representative for a furnirure company. He was in the Army Air Corps in WWII, flying a fighter plane. He was awarded the Bronze Star and the Distinguished Flying Cross. At UNC, he belonged to the boxing tean"l and Phi Kappa Sigma. • Albert Morris Levine (' 48 BSCOM), 77, of Wilmington; Sept. 25, 2005. Levine was the owner of Peoples Furnirure in Wilmington. [n the Korean War, he served in the Army and, at UNC, belonged to Tau Epsilon Phi. • Rowena Mason Linthicum (, 44), 83, of Raleigh; Dec. 12,2005. Linthicum retired after many years as director of nursing with the Wake County Health Department.• Allen Alexander lloyd (' 40 BSPHR), 91, of Hillsborough;Jan. 30,2006. Lloyd was a pharmacist and owned a pharmacy with his daughter. He was active in community leadership roles in Hillsborough. He served for 30 years on the town board, 10 as mayor pro-tem. He was appointed Keeper of the Hillsborough Town Clock in 1960, and when a new clock was installed in 1997, it was dedicated in his honor. He was the author of books on the history of Hillsborough and received several service awards from the com- munity. • Pauline Moser Longest (' 47 MA), 92, of Fayetteville; Nov. 1, 2005. Longest taught high school and college science courses for many years. Methodist College, where she taught, awarded her an honorary doctor of humanities degree, named a scholarship in her honor and named a nature trail for ber. She was active in Delta Kappa Ganuna and instru- mental in the organization establishing its state headquarters in Asheboro. A leadership fund honors her. • Herman Luther Lubker (' 47), 84, of Bald Knob, Ark.; Nov. 16, 2005. Lubker was school superintendent and previously served the Bald Knob School System as a coach, teacher and principal. He served for 20 years on the board of the White County Hospital. He was in the Marines in WWrI. • Mary Watson Lyman (' 49), 77, of Raleigh; Dec. 20, 2005. An actor, Lyman was active in Raleigh Litde Theater, winning three Best Actress of the Year awards. She appeared in movies and on television. Early in her career, she was part of
a traveling acting troupe. • Charles Vincent
Lyons (, 48), 80, of Gainesville, Fla.;Jan. 4, 2006.
Lyons was a lavvyer and owner of an insurance
agency in Bardett, Tenn., until he retired to
Gainesville. He served in the Navy in WWl [
and the Korean War. Lyons was president of
the Civitan Club and had leadership positions
in several veterans organizations. At UNC, he
was on the track and field team.• Elizabeth
Warren "Mickey" Mayer (' 40 AB), 86, of
Statesville;Jan. 28, 2006. Mayer served in the
European Theater in W WII with the American
Red Cross. At UNC, she graduated Phi Beta
Kappa and was a member of Chi Omega and
Philanthropic Society and was secretary of the
senior class. • Herbert McKeithan Jr. (' 49,
' 51 BSPHR), 77, of Laurinburg; Dec. 31, 2005.
McKeithan retired as a pharmacist and owner
of Fanlliy Pharmacy. He was chairman. of the
Scodand County School Board and helped
guide the schools through racial integration. •
Dr. William Cassie Mercer Jr. (' 48 AB), 80,
of Farmville;Jan. 24, 2006. M ercer practiced
dentistry in Farmville and Greenville for more
than 48 years. He served in the Marine Corps
in WWII.At UNC, he belonged to Kappa
Sigma. • James Doster Moos (' 47 AB), 82, of
C hapel Hill; N ov. 9, 2005. Moos was a com-
munity theater director, then had a career in
advertising and writing and producing for tele-
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