gave numerous concerts abroad and in the United States.• Edmund Lowell Graham (' 60 AB), 67, of Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.;July 7,2005. Graham was a civil trial lawyer, with offices in Torrance, Calif. Following graduation from UNC, he served in the Air Force.At UNC, he belonged to Lambda Chi Alpha and Air Force ROTC. • Lawrence Randolph Withrow (' 60, ' 62 AB), 66, of Overland Park, Kan.;Aug. 20, 2005.At UNC, Withrow belonged to Sigma Phi Epsilon. ' 61 G. Dudley Humphrey Jr. (' 61 LLBJD) of Winston-Salem, a lawyer with Kilpatrick Stockton LLP practicing comtruction law, has been amed one of the 2005 Legal Elite by Business North Carolina. • Georgia Fuller Johnson (' 61 AB, ' 66 MSLS) of New Bern has joined the Keller Williams Realty New Bern Market Center. . Richard Sloan Jones Jr. (' 61 LLBjD) of Franklin, a lawyer with Jones, Key, Melvin & Patton PA, the firm started by his grandfather in 1878, was honored by the N.C. Bar Association at the 2005 Justice Fund Dedi- cation Ceremony for his leadership role in law.
Brenda Kurtz Meltsner (, 61), 67, of Char-
10tte;Jan. 5, 2006. Meltsner retired as co-owner
of a mail-order business. She also was an inte-
rior designer. • Wadie F. Mikhail (' 61 PhD) ,
76, of Concord; Nov. 19,2005. Mikhail retired
as a senior statistician from IBM, then became
an adjunct professor of electrical engineering
at UNC-Charlotte. ' 62 Stanley Craig Harrell (' 62 AB)
of Morehead City has received the
2005 Mount Olive College
Distinguished Service Award. Harrell established an
endowment at the college in memory of his
parents and serves on the board of trustees. •
Billy Ray Merritt (' 62 MSPH) of Reidsville,
owner of Water Technology and Controls Inc.,
and owner and president of Meritech Inc., has
been appointed to the board of trustees at
Louisburg College. • Paul Baker Wood (' 62
MA, ' 62 PhD) of Central, S.c., professor
emeritus at Southern Wesleyan University,
received the honorary degree of doctor of
social science from the university and addressed
the school's December graduation ceremony.
Francisco Arumi (' 62 BSPHY, ' 65 MS), 65,
of Austin, Texas; Sept. 16,2005. Arurni was a
faculty member at the University of Texas. •
Donald Virgil McLeod (' 62 AB) , 65, of
Burlington;Jan. 21,2006 . McLeod taught
Spanish at Western Alamance High School and
Elon University. Earlier in his career, he taught
English as a second language in Latin Ameri-
can countries. • Thom as Kerby Rogers Jr.
(' 62 BSBA, ' 62 MBA), 70, of Raleigh; Dec. 11,
2005. Rogers was cash management director
for Eastman Kodak Co. in Rochester, NY He
served in the Air Force. • Sam Jones Terry
(' 62 MED), 70, of Austell, Ga.;Jan. 1,2006.
Terry was a systems engineer and instructor for
rBM, retiring after 30 years of employment.
He also owned and operated a technical ser
vices consulting firm. He served in the Army.•
Mary Hunt "Betty" Wheeler (' 62 MA, ' 65
PhD), 87, of Raleigh; Feb. 19, 2006. Wheeler
was professor emeritus of history at N.C. State
University and was department chairman when
she retired in 1982. Her specialty was R ussian
history, and she received a number of grants
and fellowships for study in R ussia and Siberia.
• Carol-Ann Tadlock Wyman (' 62 ABED),
65, of Raleigh; Jan. 13, 2006. Wyman was
alumnae director and director ofspecial events
at St. Mary's College. She also taught at St.
Timothy's School and owned a retail shop.At
UNC, she belonged to Society ofJanus. ' 63 Douglas Edward Eury (' 63
AB) of Tijeras, N.M., has retired
from his position as park s
uperin-tendent at the Nez Perce National Historical
Park.• S.Jackson Hill (' 63 AB, ' 66 MA, ' 70
PhD) of Lewisburg, Pa. , attended the premiere
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