2006. Marsden retired as a social worker in Guilford County.
Julia Hill Wilson
(' 70 MAT), 85, of Charlotte;June 10,2006. Wilson was a biology teacher with Charlotte-Meck- lenburg Schools for 20 years.
Dr. Dan Allen Myers
(' 71 AB, ' 75 MD) of Kinston, president of Sororex Inc. and manager of Con- tinental Medical Services, has been appointed to the N.C State Health Coordinating Coun- cil.
(' 71 ABED, ' 73 MA, ' 79 PhD) of Asheville was awarded the Susan Col- gate Cleveland Medal for Distinguished Ser- vice by Colby-Sawyer College in New Lon- don, N.H., where Ponder served as president from 1996 to 2005.
56, of Greenville; March 27,2006. Pecheles
was a lawyer and investment banker. For three
years, he was assistant rector at St. Paul's
Episcopal Church in Greenville. At UNC, he
belonged to Sigma Phi Epsilon. ,7
Jerry Dean Campbell
MSLS) of Pasadena, Calif., has
been nan1.ed president of Clare-
mont School of Theology.
(' 72 ABED, ' 73 MED) of Eliza-
beth City opened an exhibit of her water
media paintings at Glenn Eure's Ghost Fleet
Gallery in Nags Head in June.
Broadus Henderson Jr.
(' 72 AB) of Shelby,
a commercial lender at First National Bank,
has been named the bank's executive vice pres-
ident, maintaining overall responsibility for all
lending activities within the bank.
(' 72, ' 74 AB) of Pensacola, Fla.,
owner of CatCountry 98. 7 WYC T
Country AM-1620 Radio, saw his station win
the Small Market Station of the Year award at
the 41st Academy of Country Music Awards.
Ralph Huff III
(' 72 BSBA) of Fayet-
teville has been named to the board ofdirec-
tors for the Airborne & Special Operations
Museun1. Foundation. Huffis president of
H&H Constructors and a partner in both
HPS Real Estate and Elmwood Partners
Frank Guerrant Carter Jr.
(' 72, ' 71 AB) and
(' 94 AB]O, '01
MD) of Wilmington.
M. Anita Stoddard
(' 72 MSN) and Allan W Han1.ll1erbeck of
Catherine Myers Bennington
(' 71 ABED)
and Dr. Joseph Malphus Jenrette III (' 73 AB)
of Charleston, S. C
William Prentice McCullough
(' 71 MSPH),
75, ofYellow Springs, Ohio;June 12,2006.
McCullough retired as health commissioner in
Yellow Springs. In the 1960s, he was head bas-
ketball coach atJohnson C Smith University
and had been inducted into its athletics hall of
Joseph Dana Pecheles
(' 7 1 BSBA) ,
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William Wilson High
(' 72 MSW), 62, of
Raleigh;June 16, 2006. High was a social
worker at a middle school in Durham.
Throughout his career, he worked in educa-
tional and social programs for children in
(' 72), 56, of Boynton Beach, Fla.;
June 13, 2006. Hobgood worked for Amtrak,
serving on various East Coast routes. ,
Leo M. Gordon
(' 73 AB) of
M aplewood, N.J. , has been sworn
in as a member of the U.S. Court
of International Trade. The investiture took
place in New York in
(' 73, ' 75 MPA) of Washington, D.c., has
been named director of external relations for
the Business-Higher Education Forum. •
Michael Charles Shindler
(' 73 AB) of Las
Vegas and Chicago, has been named vice presi-
dent of development and asset management for
the Las Vegas Sands Corp. Shindler will be
responsible for negotiating agreements in con-
nection with the development of Macau's
Cotai Strip and assisting in the expansion of
the company's global development and gaming
G. Ed win Waren
(' 73 AB) of
Fayetteville has been named vice president of
invesnnents for the financial consulting firm
A.G. Edwards & Sons Inc. Waren is branch
manager of the Fayetteville office.
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Dr. Joseph Malphus Jenrette III
(' 73 AB)
and Catherine Myers Bennington (' 71 ABED)
of Charleston, S. C
Mary Stewart Newsom
ABJO) of Charlotte, associate edi-
tor and editorial board member of
has been selected as a
Knight Fellow in Community Building. New-
som, who writes the colunm
will join other Knight Fellows at the Univer-
sity of Miami School of Architecture for the
William Little Tanker-
of Greensboro, a lawyer with
Carruthers & Roth PA, has been selected by
the N. C Association of Certified Public
Accountants for the Raymond Rains Out-
standing Service Award and nan1.ed an Out-
standing Discussion Leader.
(' 74 AB) of Greensboro, where he
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