’ 65 G. Jackson Brooks Jr. (’ 65
BSPHR) of Siler City has opened
the Chatham Cares Community
Pharmacy. The pharmacy, a member of the
N.C. Association of Free Clinics, will provide
free prescriptions to uninsured families and
individuals based on monthly income and assist
patients in evaluation for Medicaid eligibility.
Fred Ford Groce Jr. (’ 65 AB) of Asheville
has been named a consultant with the wealth
management firm Boys, Arnold & Co.
Robert Ernest Wood (’ 65 MEd), 86, of
Charlotte; July 23, 2007. Wood retired as an
educator with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg
Schools. Among his positions, he was a junior
high school principal and a high school assistant principal.
’ 66 William Burwell Harrison Jr.
(’ 66 AB) of Greenwich, Conn., has
been selected to serve on the
search committee for the next chancellor of
UNC. Harrison, retired, was chairman and
CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co. He is heading
UNC’s Global Leadership Circle.
John Daniels Rose III (’ 66), 63, of
Henderson; Oct. 11, 2007. Rose was president
of Rose Farm and Rentals Inc. and WIZS
radio. He formerly was city editor of the
Henderson Daily Dispatch.
’ 67 Jerry Houle III (’ 67 AB) of
Enfield, Conn., has begun teaching
courses in licensing as part of the
MBA curriculum at Babson College and
Sotheby’s Institute of Art in New York and
London. Houle is owner and president of Bliss
House, responsible for work on projects that
include the Curious George and Charlie Chaplin merchandising programs. Nelson
Schwab III (’ 67 AB) of Charlotte has been
named chairman of the search committee for
the next chancellor of UNC. Schwab is managing director of Carousel Capital Co. and a
Edwin Hubbell Chapin (’ 67 MSW), 72, of
Charlotte; Oct. 6, 2007. Chapin retired as assistant county manager of Mecklenburg County.
For the previous 17 years, he was director of
the Mecklenburg County Department of
Social Services. In retirement, he was president
of Thompson Children’s Home in Charlotte.
He served on a number of social service
boards and on the boards of advisers at the
schools of social work at UNC and UNC-Charlotte. He was named a Distinguished
Alumnus of the School of Social Work at
UNC in 2005. A wing of the new
Mecklenburg County Social Services building
will be named in his honor. He served in the
Navy. Nancy Newton Love (’ 67, ’ 68 AB),
62, of Paris, Texas; July 20, 2007. Love, who
moved to Paris in 1980, was a certified water
safety instructor. She gave swimming lessons
and helped coach community swim teams.
Among other activities, she belonged to her
church’s altar society and the garden club.
Sandra Dew Perry (’ 67 MSLS), 70, of
Virginia Beach,Va.; Sept. 13, 2007. Perry
retired as head librarian of Janaf Library in
Norfolk. Louise Graham Yates (’ 67 PhD),
83, of Fort Worth, Texas; March 24, 2007. Yates
was a professor of psychology at Texas
Christian University and UNC. She joined the
Army Research Institute of Behavioral Science
in Germany, retiring in 1986.
May 9– 11, 2008
Class of ’ 68
’ 68 Irvin White Hankins III (’ 68
AB, ’ 75 JD) of Charlotte has been
sworn in as president of the N.C.
Bar Association. Hankins is a partner and litigator with Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein
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