total of five Final Four tournaments and three
national title games and won the NCAA
championship with UNC in 2005, has been
selected for the Naismith Memorial Basketball
Hall of Fame Class of 2007.
■ family addition
Frank Guerrant Carter Jr. (’ 72, ’ 71 AB) and
Dr. Deborah Stengel Carter (’ 94 ABJO, ’01
MD) of Wilmington; a son, Colin Guerrant
Carter, on Feb. 28, 2007.
Dr. Archie Graham Davis (’ 72 MD), 58, of
Mobile, Ala.; June 15, 2006. Davis was a cardiologist with the Mobile Heart Center.
Wilmoth Peairs Hammersley (’ 72 MA, ’ 74
MSLS), 60, of Cincinnati; March 6, 2007.
Hammersley was a librarian and a technical
editor. She worked at public libraries in
Northboro, Mass., and Norwich, Vt., as well as
at a zoology museum at Harvard University.
Stephen Thomas Holt (’ 72 BSST, ’ 77 MAT),
56, of Southport; March 27, 2007. Holt retired
from AT&T in New Jersey in 2003 and
moved to Southport. A former science teacher,
he was a lifelong fisherman. Thomas
Clifton Livingston Jr. (’ 72 BSMS), 56, of
Foster City, Calif.; Jan. 25, 2007. Livingston was
an insurance underwriter and lived in Charlotte
until his move to California in 2005. He
served in the Navy.
’ 73 Larry Paul Alford (’ 73 AB; ’ 78,
’ 77 MSLS) of Philadelphia represented UNC during the investiture of Ann Weaver Hart as the ninth president of Temple University. Charles Staton
Baker (’ 73 AB) of Washington, D.C., has
been named deputy assistant administrator of
the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration’s satellite and information service. Helen Elizabeth Latour (’ 73, ’ 72
PhD) of North Wilkesboro has retired as executive director of Wilkes Volunteers for Wilkes
Literacy, the organization she started after retiring from teaching at Appalachian State University.
John Walthall Creagh III (’ 73 AB, ’ 83 MA),
56, of Raleigh; April 1, 2007. Creagh was
professor and chairman of the communication department at Meredith College, where
he taught for more than 20 years. He received
a Fulbright grant in 1985 to study theater and
culture in Japan. Robert Lee Crotts Jr.
(’ 73 BSBA), 55, of Raleigh; March 31, 2007.
Crotts was employed by IBM for 26 years as
a financial analyst and certified public
accountant. At UNC, he belonged to Delta
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