in Greensboro, has been reappointed to the N. C. Interagency Coordinating Council for Children from Birth to Five with Disabilities and their Families.• Brandon Laine Wilson (' 73 AB) of Haiku, Hawaii, has published a new travel-adventure book, D ead Men Don't Leave Tips: Adventures X Africa, the story of a honeymoon safari dlat turns into a nightmare. Wilson received a 2005 IPPY award for his earlier account, Yak Butter Blues:A Tibetan Trek of Faith, and he planned to begin a 3,500-mile walking pilgrimage from Dijon, France, to Jerusalem in April.
Dr. Walter James Watson (' 73 MSPH), 56,
of Rochester, N. Y;Jan. 15, 2006. For many
years, Watson was an attending anesthesiologist
at me University of Rochester Strong
Memorial Hospital. , 74 Michael Begley (' 74 BSBA, ' 77
JD) of Black Mountain has
stepped down after serving me
town for 20 years as alderman and, most
recendy, as mayor. Begley put into place many
of the changes necessary to accommodate the
town's rapid growili, including converting the
reservoir to an underground water system and
creating the Black Mountain Community
Endowment to support the arts, a new fire sta-
tion, a new city hall and a new police building.
• Deryl Davis Fulmer ('74AB) of Mequon,
Wis ., associate dean for M equon Campus at
Milwaukee Area Technical College, has j oined
the administration at UNC-A&T as an Atneri-
can Council on Education Fellow for 2005-06.
Fulmer is a specialist in urban adult education
and co-founder of the African American
Women's Project Fund. • Kenneth Ralph
Keller (' 74 JD) of Greensboro, a lawyer with
Carruthers & Rom PA, has been named one
of me 2006 Legal Elite in employment law by
Business North Carolin.a. • H. King
McGlaughon Jr. (' 74 AB, ' 76 JD) of West
Chester, Pa., chief academic officer who holds
the Sallie B. and William B. Wallace Chair of
Philanthropy at The American College in Bryn
Mawr, has been named to me board of man-
agers of The Philadelphia Foundation. •
Nancy G. Pate (,74ABJO) of Orlando, Fla.,
joins wim her cousins, Meg Herndon and Gail
Greer, in me publication of their second col-
laborative mystery, Marsh Madness . Dr.
Michael Allen Webb (' 74 AB; ' 79, ' 78 DDS)
and Dr. Marc Edward Allen (' 93 AB, ' 97
DDS) of Charlotte have opened an all-digital
facility in Charlotte. Their orthodontics prac-
tice, which also has an office in Huntersville,
treats patients using Invisalign, an alternative to
braces that uses a series of clear aligners. •
Robert Glenn Wright (' 74 MBA) of
Raleigh, chair of Kimley-Horn and Associates
Inc., has received the 2005 Distinguished Engineering Alumnus Award fium the N.C. State
University College of Engineering. Wright's
firm has been ranked 20th in me 2006 Fortune
magazine list of the 100 Best Companies to
Work For, up from. 46m in 2005.
Janet George Mann (' 74 ABJO) , 53, of
Greensboro;Jan. 28, 2006. Marm was employed
by me News & Record. Earlier in her career, she
worked for a health-care agency.
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' 75 William Charles Farris (' 75, ' 74
AB; ' 78, ' 77 JD) of Wilson, a
lawyer with Farris & Farris, me
firm founded by his famer, me late Robert
Arthur Farris (' 41 BSCOM, ' 47 LLBJD), has
been named chief District Court judge of the
7th Judicial District, which comprises Wilson,
Nash and Edgecombe counties. • Carl
Ray-nard Fox (' 75 AB, ' 78 JD) of Chapel Hill,
10ngtinJe lead prosecutor in Orange and
Chatham counties, has returned to his home
district to serve as a Superior Court judge. •
Cindy Worsley Hamilton (' 75 BSPHR) of
Virginia Beach,Va., has been re-elected treasurer
of the American Medical Writers Association.
• Michael Raymond Muth (' 75 JD) of East
Stroudsburg, Pa., has been sworn in as a
Magisterial District judge in Monroe County, Pa. •
Ellen Stockton (' 75 AB) of Winston-Salem
has joined Prudential Carolinas Realty as a
sales associate. • Charles Douglas Waddell
(' 75 BSIR, '84 MBA) of Columbia, S.c., the
last three-sport letterman at UNC, lettering in
football (1972-74), basketball (1973-74) and
rrack (1973), and winner of me Patterson Medal
in 1975, has been nanled associate athletic
director at the University of Soum Carolina in
Columbia. • Robert Weisberg (' 75 JD) of
Kinshasa, Republic of Congo, has been appointed
U.S. Ambassador Plenipotentiary to the
Republic of Congo.
David Exum Brown (' 75 AB) and Tarnbria
Elizabeth Lee of Chapel Hill.
Michael Raymond Muth (' 75 JD) and
Margaret Shoemaker Muth of East Stroudsburg,
Pa.; a son, Jacob Wallace Mum, on Aug. 23, 2005.
Whiteford Smith Blakeney Jr. (' 75), 54, of
Charlotte;]uly 20,2005. Blakeney was a partner
in a fanlily-owned real estate investment com-
pany.• Margaret Snow Houston (' 75 MA,
' 83 PhD), 61, of Laurinburg; Feb. 9, 2006. Snow
was assistant professor ofanthropology at St.
Andrews Presbyterian College and a lecturer in
sociology and Anlerican Indian Studies at
UNC-Pembroke. She had been director of the
Indian Museum of the Carolinas in Laurinburg
since 1985 and was working on restoration of
me Mill Prong Plantation House near Wagram.
• Randolph Blake Wright (' 75 BSPHR), 53,
of Franklinton; Feb. 2, 2006. Wright was a
pharmacist at Henderson Drugs and me
Medical Arts Pharmacy. He served for 18 years
on me Franklinton City and Franklin County
School boards. At UNC, he was a member of
Pi Kappa Phi. , 76 Kathyrn Newsome Ahlport
(' 76 AB, ' 79 MSPH) of Chapel
Hill has been nanled executive
director of Health Research Alliance, a national
consortium of fi.mders of healm research, based
in Research Triangle Park. • Hall Burdette
Ashmore (' 76 ABED) of Oxford has joined
the sales team at the North Durham office of
Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston.
• Steven J. Levitas (' 76 AB) of Raleigh, a
lawyer with Kilpatrick Stockton LLP practicing
environmental law, has been nanled one of the
2005 Legal Elite by Business North CaroLina. •
J. Anthony Penry (' 76 AB) of Raleigh, a
partner with Taylor Penry Rash & Riemann,
has been elected to the Anlerican Law [nsti-
tute. • C. Timothy Ward (' 76 BSBA) of
Greensboro, partner-owner of Selll Durm
Insurance, was featured with partner-owners T.
Gray McCaskill (' 79 BSIR), Larry Black
Roland (' 70 BSBA) and Timothy Brady
Templeton (,84 BSBA) in Rough Notes, which
named Senn Dunn the November 2005 Agency
of me Month and 2005 National Agency of
me Year. • Ann Harden Whitford (' 76
MED) of Morehead City, president of Whit-
ford Construction LLC, has been reappointed
to me Carteret Commnnity Board of
J. Anthony Penry (' 76 AB) and Karen E.
Moriarty of Raleigh; a daughter, Sarall Marie
Penry, on Feb. 18,2006.
Dr. Paul Brandon Duvall (' 76 BSCH,' 80
MD), 51, of Brevard; Jan. 4, 2006. Duvall was a
family practice physician at me Newland Clinic
in Brevard. He opened his practice in 1983.