named general counsel to the N.C. Department of Secretary of State.
Cynthia Kay Reeser (’ 78 MPH), 55, of
Kensington, Md.; Sept. 21, 2006. Reeser was
lead nutritionist on the Women’s Health Initiative at George Washington University, as well
as a clinical dietetic consultant for GWU’s
Center for Integrative Medicine. She had
served in the Peace Corps in Tunisia for three
years and later worked as a nutrition consultant
on several projects in West Africa.
’ 79 Mary Ann Moore Masters
(’ 79) of Lumberton is the new
co-chair for the Robeson
County Carolina Club, serving with Mary Jo
Whitley Walter (’ 73 AB). G. Mark
McLamb (’ 79 BSBA) of Wilmington, an
investment representative with Edward Jones
Investments, has been certified by the Certified Financial Board of Standards as a financial planner. Deborah Jane Moose (’ 79
ABJO) of Raleigh, author of Deviled Eggs: 50
Recipes from Simple to Sassy, has received the
first-place award in essays for 150,000-
350,000 circulation from the Association of
Food Journalists for her News & Observer
column, the fifth time in eight years she has
received the award.
J. Douglas Dixon (’ 79, ’ 78 MSW), 56, of
Creedmoor; Oct. 7, 2006. Dixon was a social
worker and services manager in mental health
facilities in Vance, Granville, Franklin and
Warren counties, where he received many
awards and professional recognition. Following his retirement in 2002, he worked for the
N.C. Council on Developmental Disabilities.
Charlie Ashley Taylor Jr. (’ 79), 49, of
Portal, Ga.; Sept. 5, 2006. Taylor was a marker
manager for Cintas Corp.
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Robert Henry Lindley (’ 80
AB), 49, of Greensboro; July 26, 2006. Lindley
was a designer and supervisor for residential
construction. Earlier, he was a loan officer with
companies in Houston and San Diego.
’ 81 Theresa Little Quick (’ 81 MA)
of Fayetteville has been named
Cumberland County Schools
Teacher of the Year for 2006-07. The only
French teacher at E.E. Smith High School,
Quick also serves as building representative to
the Cumberland County Association of Educators and the adviser to Student Government
Elizabeth Ney Knelson (’ 81 AB, ’ 84 BSN),
47, of Durham; Oct. 5, 2006. Knelson, a nurse,
was a respite care coordinator at the Arc of
Durham County. Previously, she worked in the
women’s health division of Kaiser Permanente
and the women’s health clinic at Case Western
Reserve University in Cleveland. She also
worked in the psychology unit at UNC Hospitals. She was honored by the Family Support
Network of Orange, Durham and Person
counties for her work as a parent coordinator
for families of children with special needs. At
UNC, she was a member of Phi Eta Sigma
and graduated Phi Beta Kappa. Spencer
McCants Smith (’ 81 BSBA), 47, of Hilton
Head Island, S.C.; Sept. 13, 2006. Smith
founded the Spencer M. Smith Law Offices on
Hilton Head. Among his civic activities, he was
a founding member of Alzheimer’s Respite
and Resource and was on the board of Hilton
Head Prep. He was a member of St. Anthony
Hall at UNC.
’ 82 Melody Powell Darch (’ 82
BSBA) of Atlanta has been promoted to vice president of finance
and chief financial officer for Cox Newspapers,
publisher of 17 daily and 25 non-daily newspapers and shoppers, as well as additional
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