mer trustee of the Grand Rapids Corrunwuty Foundation, has been presented with the orga- nization's Chaille Award. Frey is a retired bank- ing executive with JPMorgan Chase. The Frey Foundation, created by his parents, has made contributions critical to the growth of the Grand Rapids Art Museum and the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts.
Ann Webster Baxter (' 64 MAT, ' 67 PhD),
88, of Charlotte; Nov. 7, 2005. Baxter was on
the faculty of the nucrobiology department at
Clemson University until she retired in 1982.
Prior to that, she taught English and sciences
in public schools. At UNC, she belonged to
Sigma Xi. • Millard Irving Jackson Jr.
(' 64 LLB), 66, of Rosemont, Pa.; Oct. 9, 2005.
Jackson was a senior estate planning officer
for a Philadelphia bank. At UNC, he was a
member of Phi Alpha Delta.• Beverly Grif-
fin Neuville (' 63 AB, ' 66 MAT), 64, of Hick-
ory;Jan. 4, 2006. Neuville taught English at
Caldwell ConU1lunity College and Technical
Institute for 10 years. At UNC, she was on the
honor council.• Judith Levin Rosenstein
(' 64 AB) , 63, of R ockville, Md.;Jan. 10, 2006.
• Paul Warren Sullivan (, 64 MED) , 66, of
H endersonville; Dec. 16,2005. Sullivan was a
public school adnUnistrator with Scotland
County Schools for 30 years.
, 65 E. Lynwood Mallard Jr. (' 65
LLB) of Charlotte, a lawyer with
Kilpatrick Stockton LLP practicing business law, has been named one of the
2005 Legal Elite by Business North Carolina.
Mary Lynn Davis (' 65 MPH; '77, ' 76 DRPH),
67, of Stanwood, Wash.; Oct. 27,2005. Davis was
a professor of public admillistration at the Uni-
versity of Washington. From 1976 to 1979, she
was an adj unct assistant professor of public health
at UNe. • Jerry Ellis Johnson (' 65, ' 70
BSCH), 62, of Rancho Mirage, Calif.;July 1,
2005.Johnson was president ofAccurate Plastics.
Earlier in his career, he was a staff programmer
for the American Chenlical Society's Chenlical
Abstracts Service in Columbus, Ohio. He
interrupted his college studies for almost five years
to serve with the Marine Corps ill Vietnam. , 66 Richard Byron Lupton (' 66 AB,
' 70 MA) of Westerville, O hio, has
published The Eureka Lumber
Company il1 Currituck Township ill tlle fall 2005
issue of High Tides. Lupton's article is based on
his interviews with the lone surviving worker
of the company.• Suzanne Robison
Spooner (' 66 AB) of Baltimore has been
named vice president for development at Harbor
Hospital. • W. Max Walser (' 66 MED, ' 70
MAT) of Lexington, former assistant secretary
of the N.e. Division of Crime Control and
Public Safety and lllU11ediate past chail'man of
the Tradillg Path Association, has received the
Order of the Long Leaf Pille, one of North
Carolina's highest awards.
George James Dailey (' 66 AB) , 61, of Min-
eral Bluff, Ga.; Oct. 5, 2005. Dailey was a
retired chenlistry teacher ill the Cobb County
Public Schools. He served in the Air Force
and, at UNC, was a member of the fencmg
teanl. • James Thomas Grey (' 66 MBA), 62,
of Dunwoody, Ga.; Oct. 27,2005. Grey was a
vice president of Sun Trust Bank ill Atlanta. He
specialized ill illternational bankillg. • R obert
George Lamb (' 66, ' 67 AB; ' 70 PhD), 60, of
Micllothian, Va.;AprilI7, 2005. Lanlb was a
professor at the Medical College ofVirginia.At
UNC, he belonged to Lambda Chi Alpha. •
James Theodore Webb Jr. (, 66, ' 67 BSBA),
62, of Raleigh; Jan. 24, 2006. Webb retired as
project business analyst with Progress Energy.
Prior to that, he was a CPA with a Charlotte-
based company. He was an active member of
several professional CPA organizations. , 67 Lane Schofield Anderson III
(' 67 AB; ' 74, ' 73 MAT) of
Mebane, a president of R eal
2330 Randolph Road, Charlotte, NC 28207
(comer of Laurel & Randolph Rd.)
Patty Ward Hendrix ' 83
Specializing In Residential Real Estate.
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