Nancy Sales Cash
(' 60 AB) of Asheville has published her sec- ond novel,
a mystery inspired by family friendships with the Chero- kee.
Barbara Bramlette Smith
(' 60 MED) of Farmville, Va., a private golf instruc- tor, has been inducted into the Longwood University Athletics Hall of Fame. Smith was head coach of women's golf at Longwood from 1966 to 1992.
Sarah Adams Burrow
(' 60 MED), 72, of
King;June 9,2006. Burrow retired from the
Winston-Salem Forsyth County School Sys-
tem after more than 40 years ofservice. At
UNC, she was on the staff of
Winfred Graham Dowless
(' 60, ' 62
BSBA), 74, of Hermitage, Tenn.; June 7,2006.
Dowless was an associate professor of account-
ing at the Nashville State Community Col-
lege for 26 years. He served in the Air Force
before attending UNC
(' 60 MED, ' 64 PhD), 74, of Misen-
heimer; May 24,2006. Horne was a psychol-
ogy professor and school psychologist during
his career. He was professor and head of the
psychology department at Pfeiffer College. He
also worked with the Mecklenburg County
schools, Western Carolina College and
Appalachian State University. Before attending
UNC, he served in the Navy.
(' 60 MSW), 69, ofBirm.ing-
ham, Ala.; June 6, 2006. West worked at a cen-
ter for developmental learning disorders and as
a counselor in a family counseling association.
Earlier she was a psychiatric social worker at
the Wake County Mental Health Clinic in
George Edward Moseley
BSIR) of Spartanburg, S.C, repre-
sented UNC at the inauguration
of Elizabeth A. Fleming as the ninth president
of Converse College.
Katharine Royal Cate
(' 61 MA), 78, of
Tucson,Ariz.;June 6,2006. Cate, who studied
Brazil and its culture, was a founding member
of and Latin American adviser to the Mingei
International Museum in San Diego. She was
a research associate for the Museum of Inter-
national Folk Art in Santa Fe and donated her
folk art collection to it. Earlier in her career,
she was a secretary-translator for the U.S.
embassy in Rio de Janeiro and a shortwave
announcer in Spanish and Portuguese, and
she did fieldwork on folk and dance traditions
in Brazil as the recipient of various grants.
She published two books, written in Por-
Donald Lloyd Hancock
0 0 6
MED), 73, ofArchdale; April 30,2006. Han-
cock retired as principal of Randleman High
School, then was a real estate agent for several
years. He was president of the N. C Principals
Association, received the local Jaycees Distin-
guished Service Award and was a district gov-
ernor of Lions Club. He served on the Arch-
dale City Council and was mayor for four
terms. He was chairman ofthe Randolph
County Planning Board.
(' 61 AB), 66, of Hancock, Mich.;
June 14,2006. Hruska worked with Head
Start progran1S and a variety of early child-
hood programs. At UNC, she belonged to
Kappa Kappa Gamma and Valkyries and grad-
uated Phi Beta Kappa.
Oass of ' 62
Peter Spence Gilchrist III
AB) of Huntersville, district attor-
ney for Mecklenburg County, an
American College of Trial Lawyers Fellow and
former president of the N. C Conference of
District Attorneys, has received the N.C Bar
Association's H. Brent McKnight Renaissance
Lawyer Award in recognition of his contribu-
tion to strengthening the court systel11S. •
Haywood Dail Holderness Jr.
(' 62 AB) of
Durham has retired as pastor for Westminster
Presbyterian Church after 32 years, more than
1,300 sermons and the growth of his congre-
gation to 842 adult members.
William Grady Hawkins Jr.
(' 62), 66, of
Forest City;June 4,2006. Hawkins retired as an
insurance agent and was co-owner of a cater-
ing company. He received the Jaycees Distin-
guished Service Award, was a Little League
coach, a member of the Forest City recreation
committee, and active in the Red Cross and
American Cancer Society.
(' 62 MED), 77, of Burlington;
May 6, 2006. Stanfield retired from the Palm
Beach County Schools, where he was a
teacher and principal.
Lester Murray Ward
(' 62), 66, of Windsor; May 22, 2006. Ward was
president of Cooper Insurance Agency and also
owner of a finance company. He served with
the Coast Guard Reserve for eight years. He
was on the board of Roanoke-Chowan Com-
Linda Sue Creech
(' 63 CMT,
' 63 BSMTC) of Brevard has
retired as a microbiologist from
Northeast Medical Center in Concord.
Huger Sinkler King Jr.
(' 63 LLB), 70, of
Wilmington; May 13, 2006. Nter retiring from
a law practice in Greensboro, King moved to
Wilmington in 2001. He served in the Navy as
a corrununications officer for three years.At
UNC, he was a member of Phi Delta Phi.•
(' 63 AB) , 64, of
Browns Summit; March 25, 2006. Windham
retired from Burlington Industries, where he
most recently was direcror of public relations.
He served in the Army for two years and, at
UNC, was president of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Norwood Graham Clark Jr.
(' 64, ' 65 BSBA) of Raleigh, direc-
tor of governmental relations for
Dixon Hughes PLLC, has been reappointed to
the N. C Board of Certified Public Accountant
H. Houston Groome Jr.
LLBJD) of Lenoir, general counsel to the
board of directors for Blue Ridge Electric
Membership Corp., received the Meritorious
Service Award from the organization in recog-
nition ofhis 20 years of service to the electric
cooperative. Groome is a senior partner in the
law firm of Groome, Tuttle, Pike & Blair. •
Charles McAulay Hobbs
(' 64 AB) of Vir-
ginia Beach,Va., retired from civil service in
June, has been awarded the Meritorious Civil-
ian Service Medal for his work developing
programs for college instruction on Navy ships.
Sandra Faye Batchelor
(' 64 ABED), 62, of
Asheboro;July 30,2005. Batchelor retired as a
reading teacher. She was named Teacher of the
Year in 1968 in Asheboro. Also, she was a com-
munity-schools mentor and a volunteer at the
Randolph County Public Library. At UNC,
she was president of East Cobb Dorm. •
Gene Andrew Blair
('64AB), 63, of North
Myrtle Beach, S.C; May 11,2006. Blair was a
supporter of the Shaggers Hall of Fame Foun-
dation. At UNC, he belonged to Sigma Chi. •
Susan Dischka Csaky
(' 64 MSLS), 79, of
Fort Worth, Texas; April 22, 2006. Csaky retired
as professor of law and director of the law
library at the University of Missouri. She was
involved in the transformation of the law
library to a fi.l11y computerized library.
George Gene Lothian
('64AB, ' 68 MD) , 64,
of Reidsville; May 3, 2006. Lothian was a family
practice physician until his retirement in 2000.
He was chief ofstaff at Annie Penn Memorial
Hospital and a member of a nun1.ber of med-
ical associations. He served on the Reidsville
City Board of Education and was a United
Way campaign leader. In the Vietnam War, he
was in the Air Force.
John Hale McNinch
(' 64 AB), 64, of Flat Rock; June 7,2006.
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