Army as banalion surgeon in Germany and Austria.• Richard Heath Pollock (' 44 AB), 83, of Middletown, Del.; May 8,2006. Pollock retired from DuPont Corp. as its director of investor relations and moved to Siloam Springs, Ark., where he was president of Rotary Club, chairman of the arts center, vice president of the hospital board of directors and a Little League baseball coach. He returned to Delaware in 1998. Tn WWII, he was an elec- tronics technician in the Navy. At UNC, he belonged to Chi Psi and was president of Interfraternity Council and a freshman coun- selor. • Benjantin Holcomb Roebuck Jr. (' 41 ABJO), 88, of Kansas City, Mo.; Feb. 26, 2006. Roebuck was a publications editor at the Naval Intelligence Support Center in Alexan- dria,Va., for 25 years. In WWII, he served in the Marine Corps in the Marshall Islands and Saipan. At UNC, he was on the staff of The Daily Tar Heel. • David Wythe Royster Jr. (' 45), 82, of Shelby;June 4,2006. Royster was an officer in oil, transport and real estate devel- opment companies, among other business activities. He was president of the N.c. Truck- ing Association. An Eagle Scout, he served in the Navy in WWII.• Stanley Smith Jr. (' 49 BSCOM), 79, ofRichmond,Va.;Jan. 2, 2006. Smith, a real estate investor, served in the Army in WWIl.At UNC, he belonged to the Glee Club, Men's Honor Council and The Daily Tar Heel staff and was vice president of Grimes Dormitory.• Robert Atwell Spence Sr. (' 43 BSCOM, ' 48 LLB), 83, of Smithfield; April 27,2006. Spence was the senior partner in a Smithfield law firm and served as presi- dent of the Johnston County Bar Association. He served in the Pacific in the Navy in WWII. Active in alumni affairs, Spence was permanent president of the class of' 43 and served on the GAA Board of Directors. At UNC, he was president of his senior class and a member of Delta Sigma Pi and Golden Fleece.• Charles M. Stancell (' 49), 85, of Chapel Hill; May 4, 2006. Stancell was owner ofSrancell Enter- prises, which bought and sold furniture and appliances and sold and rented metal buildings. He served on the Chapel Hill Housing Authority and was president of the Carrboro Business Association. In WWII, he was an Army Air Force pilot, flying "the Hump," the area between Burma and China. At UNC, he was a cheerleader and belonged to Chi Phi. • John Murray Stoddart (' 44), 83, ofJupiter, Fla.; April 5,2006. Stoddart was president of an advertising display company in Miami. He served in the Army Air Corps. At UNC, he was president of Carr Dormitory and a mem- ber of Phi Delta Theta.• Herbert Austin Temple (' 48 BSPHR), 82, ofLinville; May 27, 2006. Temple was a practicing pharmacist in Auburn, Ala., for many years. In WWII, he was
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