’ 85 Grace Shaw Abrams (’ 85 AB) of
Taylors, S.C., has been named
upstate region mortgage loan
manager with BB&T in Greenville, S.C. Pat
Howey (’ 85 BSBA) of Wilmington has been
named interim athletics director at UNC-Wilmington, where she has served as compli-ance/academics specialist and NCAA-desig-nated senior women’s administrator for 20
years. Timothy Towles Stevens (’ 85 AB)
of Bethlehem, Pa., represented UNC during
the inauguration of Alice P. Gast as the 13th
president of Lehigh University. L. Ward
Sylvester III (’ 85 AB) of Richlands, who
owns and operates a local Piggly Wiggly, has
been named Citizen of the Year by the Richlands Chamber of Commerce. Among his civic
contributions, Sylvester is a trustee and board
member for Coastal Carolina Community
College and former president of the N.C.
Food Dealers Association.
Glenn Ernest Hoppe (’ 85 BSBA) and
Denise Lee Blanchard (’ 91, ’ 98 BSBA) of
Greensboro. Terry Alan Rudolph (’ 85
AB) and Beverly Ann Knupp (’07) of
Patricia Flynn Rosenthal (’ 85 BSN), 49, of
Adams, Mass.; March 14, 2007. Rosenthal was
a nurse practitioner for a private practice and,
previously, a public health nurse. She was a
Johnston Scholar at UNC.
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Leesa Thomas Clardy (’ 86 BSN) and James
Felix Clardy Jr. (’ 83 AB) of Charlotte; a daughter, Julia Shannonhouse Clardy, on Feb. 1, 2007.
Michael Mario Burke (’ 86, ’ 85 MED), 48,
of Miami; Jan. 3, 2007. Burke was a graphic
designer whose clients included the Miami
Dolphins and People for the American Way.
Larry Wayne Macomson Jr. (’ 86), 42, of
Midlothian, Va.; March 18, 2007.
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Joseph Gomer Davis III (’ 87 AB) and
Michelle Cozart Davis of Rockingham; a
son, Joseph Edward Davis, on March 2, 2007.
SAVE THE DATE, NOV. 2-3
Class of ’ 87
Homecoming 2007, 20th Reunion
’ 88 Jennifer Cohen Golynsky (’ 88
AB, ’ 90 MPA) of Charlotte has
been named one of the 10 Outstanding Young Charlotteans of 2006 by the
Jaycees. In December, Golynsky graduated
from the Impact Fund for Emerging Philan-thropies, a program sponsored by the Foundation for the Carolinas.
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Emily Ayscue Hassel (’ 88 AB, ’ 93 MBA, ’ 93
JD) and Bryan Christopher Hassel (’ 88 AB)
of Chapel Hill; a son, Osborne Urquart Hassel,
on Nov. 13, 2006.
’ 87 Charles Marc Abbey (’ 87
BSBA) of Edgewater, Md., has
been promoted to managing
partner with First Annapolis Consulting, a
management and mergers and acquisitions
advisory firm. Morgan Umstead Tackett
(’ 87 AB, ’ 91 MHA) of Durham, director of
electronic solutions at Blue Cross Blue Shield
of North Carolina, has been awarded national
certification as a health information technology professional (CPHIT).
’ 89 A. Travis Ellis (’ 89 BSADJ) of
Edenton, a lawyer with Ellis &
Skinner PLLC, has joined the
local board of directors for Southern Bank.
D. Scott Hinkle (’ 89 AB) of Charlotte has
been named a planner and technical writer
with LandDesign, an urban planning, civil
engineering and landscape architecture company. Anna Kimberly Turnage (’ 89
ABJO) of Raleigh, a doctoral student in com-
’ 86 Robert Craig Bryant (’ 86
ABJO) and his wife, Brandee
Potts Bryant (’01 ABJM), of
Pinehurst have joined Sotheby’s International
Realty as agents. Robert Bryant continues to
provide event consulting with Team Works in
affiliation with FILO Productions out of St.
Paul, Minn. Norma Louise Mills (’ 86
BSADJ, ’ 89 JD) of Manteo was named the
2007 V-Warrior during V-Day celebrations on
Roanoke Island. V-Day, initiated by Eve
Ensler, author of The Vagina Monologues, honors community activists working to end violence against women and girls. Gretchen
Maria Reevy (’ 86 AB) of Oakland, Calif.,
has co-edited The Praeger Handbook on Stress
and Coping published in April. James
Hugh Slaughter (’ 86 AB, ’ 89 JD) of Greensboro, a lawyer with Forman Rossabi Black
PA, has been admitted to the College of
Community Association Lawyers, the only
lawyer admitted from North Carolina.
Robert Eugene Patton (’ 86 ABJO) and
Stephanie Alice Hatcher (’ 96 AB) of Raleigh.
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