(’ 81 ABJO). Allan Tigner Holmes (’ 83
ABJO) of Arlington,Va., has been named executive editor for Government Executive, a 77,000-
circulation magazine and associated Web sites
that cover technology for senior officials in the
executive branch. Jessie Handforth Kome
(’ 83 AB, ’ 87 MRP) of Silver Spring, Md., has
been promoted to director of the disaster
recovery and special issues division at the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban Development. Dr. Mary Chester Morgan Wasko
(’ 83 MD) of Pittsburgh has published the
results of her research showing that hydroxy-chloroquine, a common antimalarial medication also used in the treatment of rheumatoid
arthritis, can reduce the risk of diabetes in
patients with rheumatoid arthritis. These
results, published in JAMA in July 2007, indicate that this drug may improve glucose intolerance and prevent diabetes.
■ family addition
Russell Walker Lookadoo (’ 83 BSIR) and
Tanya Fairbourne Lookadoo of Lehi, Utah; a
son, Avery Walker Lookadoo, on Aug. 31, 2007.
Lisa McCrillis Vereen (’ 83 BSPHR), 47, of
Durham; Sept. 23, 2007.Vereen was a pharmacist at the VA Hospital in Durham. She was
active in the Parkwood Adult Softball League.
’ 84 James Morgan Fitzgerald III
(’ 84 AB) of Farmville has earned
the certified anti-money laundering specialist designation from the Association
of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists. Fitzgerald is a fraud investigator for RBC
Centura Bank. William Charlie Manning
Jr. (’ 84 BSPHR) of Columbia has sold
Columbia Pharmacy to J. Dana Outten (’ 81
BSPHR) after 22 years as pharmacist and owner.
’ 85 Cynthia Allen Edwards (’ 85 MA;
’ 91, ’ 90 PhD) of Raleigh has been
named associate vice president for
academic programs at Meredith College.
Edwards is a professor of psychology and former director of the honors program at the college. Craig Thomas Hemmens (’ 85 AB)
of Boise, Idaho, has been appointed director
of the honors college at Boise State University,
where he teaches in the department of criminal justice. William Lofton Turner (’ 85
ABJO) of Northfield, Minn., has been awarded
a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellowship for 2007-08. Turner, a professor of marriage and family therapy at the University of
Minnesota, will spend the year in Washington,
D.C., working in a congressional or executive
branch office. Ira Jay Wagner (’ 85 MBA)
of Bethesda, Md., has been named to the board
of trustees for Southern Vermont College.
Wagner is executive vice president and chief
operating officer of American Capital, a publicly traded buyout and mezzanine fund.
■ family addition
Fred Raymond Ellis Jr. (’ 85 AB) and Susan
Goodnight Ellis (’ 92 AB) of Raleigh; a son,
Dylan Raymond Ellis, on May 10, 2007.
’ 86 Mark Steven Powell (’ 86 ABJO)
of Preston, Md., has been promoted to chief of marketing and
agribusiness development at the Maryland
Department of Agriculture. Page Thomas
Smith (’ 86 BSADJ) of Wilson has been reappointed to the board of trustees for Wilson
Community College. Smith is a lawyer with
the firm of Thomas & Farris.
’ 87 Daniel Lyndon Deuterman
(’ 87 AB, ’ 91 JD) of Greensboro is
president and cofounder of the
Dueterman Law Firm, which recently has
been named to the Family-Friendly 40 by
magazine publisher Carolina Parent and
selected as one of the Best Places to Work in
the Triad by The Business Journal.
Kimberly Pearson Johnson (’ 87, ’06 AB) of
York, S.C., led a motivational workshop to
start off the year for Head Start teachers in
Sampson County. Johnson, who published her
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