founded by his grandfather in 1888, has received
the 2006 MBA Alumni Merit Award from the
Kenan-Flagler Business School Alumni Association.
■ family addition
David S. DeLugas (’ 81 JD) and Jessica Marie
Lizana DeLugas of Marietta, Ga.; a son, Trent
Collin DeLugas, on Nov. 22, 2006.
William George Guthrie (’ 81 PhD), 58, of
Vilas; Oct. 28, 2006. Guthrie retired as a professor at Appalachian State University. He also
taught at Lees-McRae College.
’ 82 J. Donald Hobart Jr. (’ 82 AB,
’ 89 JD) of Raleigh, general counsel and liaison for the N.C.
Department of Commerce, has been selected
by the state for its 2006-07 Research Triangle
International Leadership Initiative Fellowship
in urban challenges, a part of the Eisenhower
Fellowships. Hobart will travel to Thailand,
Malaysia and Singapore to examine innovative
community development strategies and models
for urban and regional economic growth. Dr.
Stephen Marshall Hux (’ 82 MD) of Winston-Salem has joined Arcadia Family Practice,
a Forsyth Medical Group practice. Darryl
Lee Keene (’ 82 AB) of Palm Springs, Calif.,
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has joined NationBuilders Insurance Services
Inc., as casualty underwriting manager.
Kevin Rene Bruce (’ 82 BSCH), 46, of
Durham; Nov. 24, 2006. Bruce was vice president at Arcadis G&M in Research Triangle
Park. Bruce was active in scouting and was a
brotherhood member of the Order of the
Arrow. He was a Morehead Scholar at UNC.
Beverly Bass Hardison (’ 82 BSPHR), 53,
of New Bern; Nov. 13, 2006. Hardison was a
pharmacist at the Naval Hospital at the Marine
Corps Air Station in Cherry Point. Paula
Wright Parker (’ 82 BSBA), 46, of Raleigh;
Nov. 8, 2006. Parker was president of southeast
operations for the U.S. Foodservice Co. Her
volunteer activities included the Wake County
Hospice Board. At UNC, she belonged to
Alpha Chi Omega.
’ 83 Lisa Jeffries Caldwell (’ 83 BSBA)
of Kernersville has been promoted
to senior vice president of human
resources at Reynolds American Inc. Caldwell
is a former member of the GAA Board of
Directors. John Preston Chandler (’ 83
AB) of Palmyra,Va., has been named leader of
the Ray and Ann Spence Network for Congregational Leadership. Chandler’s new book,
Courageous Church Leadership: Conversations with
Effective Practitioners, has been published by
Chalice Press. Anne Lynam Goddard (’ 83
MPH) of Richmond,Va., has been named
president of the Christian Children’s Fund, a
development organization assisting more than
10. 5 million children and family members in
33 countries. Timothy Revelle Rogers (’ 83
AB) of Raleigh, CEO of the Association for
Home Care and Hospice of North Carolina,
has been elected national chairman of the
Forum of State Home Care Associations and
appointed to the board of directors of the
National Association for Home Care and Hospice in Washington, D.C. Adrian Newton
Wilson (’ 83 MBA, ’ 83 JD) of Columbia, S.C.,
has been named a general partner in Aurora
Funds. Wilson will continue oversight of The
Trelys Funds, which he co-founded four years
ago. Thomas Wade Young (’ 83 AB, ’ 87
MA) of Alexandria,Va., a flight engineer with
the West Virginia Air National Guard, has published an essay, “Night Flight to Baghdad,” in the
collection, Operation Homecoming: Iraq, Afghanistan
and the Home Front in the Words of U.S. Troops
and Their Families.
’ 84 Thomas Julius Conlon (’ 84
ABJO, ’ 86 MPA) of St. Paul,
Minn., president of Tom Conlon
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Paul school board since 1992, has been inducted