Orthopaedic Clinic and a clinical instructor in
orthopaedic surgery at the UNC School of
Medicine. Stephen Gerard De May (’ 84
AB) of Charlotte has been named vice president and treasurer for Duke Energy, responsible for the company’s treasury and risk management functions. De May joined Duke
Energy in 1990 and has held several positions
in finance and treasury. He also has had
responsibility for energy and environmental
policy. Chuck Wallington (’ 84 ABJO) of
Greensboro has been promoted to vice president, public affairs and communications, for
American Express, supporting the American
Express Service Delivery Network.
’ 85 Lisa Langley Fey (’ 85 AB) of
Atlanta has been promoted to
group director, food service marketing, at the Coca-Cola Co. Claud Gardner Hodges (’ 85 BSBA) of Washington,
N.C., has rejoined the staff of the Washington
Daily News as a senior reporter, covering law
enforcement, the court system and emergency
services. Joseph Lee Rector (’ 85 AB) of La
Plata, Md., has retired after 22 years of active
duty with the Air Force. Rector has begun a
civil service position as a supervisory security
specialist serving as the deputy chief of security
forces for the 316th Security Forces Squadron
at Andrews Air Force Base. William
AUGUST 15– 17, 2008
Our popular GAA family camp program — Camp Blue Heaven — will be
held August 15– 17 in the scenic North Carolina mountains at Camp Cheerio.
The weekend will be filled with traditional camp activities such as canoeing,
swimming, horseback ring riding, archery, riflery and climbing walls. You’ll
have the opportunity for special adventure activities such as caving or a
canoe trip along the New River.
Former UNC basketball player Eric Montross ’ 94 and UNC men’s lacrosse
coach John Haus ’ 83 will each provide a one-hour clinic during the weekend.
In addition, staff from the UNC Morehead Planetarium and Science Center
will provide fun and educational activities.
Gather with other UNC families for the last fling of the summer. Bring your
extended family — children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.
Camp Blue Heaven only costs about $500 for a family of four.
For more information, call Linda Rainey ’ 95 (MA) at (919) 962-3576, e-mail
email@example.com or visit
GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
Lofton Turner (’ 85 ABJO) of Northfield,
Minn., has completed his orientation for the
Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellowship and will be working with U.S. Sen.
■ family addition
Jeffrey Scott Manning (’ 85 BSBA) and
Jennifer Costello Manning (’03 MHA) of
Raleigh; a daughter, Joanna Katherine
Manning, on Nov. 27, 2007.
Mary Bennett Brigman (’ 85 BSN), 70, of
Hamlet; Aug. 11, 2007. Brigman retired as
nursing supervisor at Richmond County
Health Department in Rockingham.
’ 86 Diana Williams Palmer (’ 86,
’ 85 ABJO) of Durham has been
elected secretary of the United
Nations Association of Wake County. Palmer,
who is an editor and graphic designer for
Divers Alert Network, serves as first vice chair
of the Durham County Democratic Party and
communications chair for Durham Democratic
Women. James Hugh Slaughter (’ 86 AB,
’ 89 JD) of Greensboro has been elected the
first president of the American College of Parliamentary Lawyers. Slaughter is a partner in
Forman Rossabi Black PA.
Julianne Sova Ingram (’ 86 BSBA), 43, of
Hatfield, Pa.; Nov. 16, 2007. Ingram was a sales
representative for an office furniture company
in Montgomeryville, Pa.
’ 87 Edward Walter Boehm (’ 87
AB) of Solana Beach, Calif., has
joined the editorial review board
of Gems & Gemology. Boehm is president of
JOEB Enterprises & Laboratory Services,
which specializes in high-end and collectable
gemstones. Scott Esley Cabaniss (’ 87
BSBA) of Raleigh has been named a partner
in Batchelor, Tillery & Roberts LLP Elise
Anne Fialkowski (’ 87 AB) of Paoli, Pa., has
joined the immigration law firm Klasko,
Rulon, Stock & Seltzer LLP. Fialkowski serves
as treasurer for the Philadelphia chapter of the
American Immigration Lawyers’Association.
Fred Howell Jones (’ 87 AB, ’ 90 JD) of
Franklin has been named chairman of the
board of trustees for Angel Medical Center.
Jones is a lawyer with Jones, Key, Melvin &
Patton PA. David George McHugh (’ 87,
’ 86 MA) of London has been named business
editor for Europe for The Associated Press.
Phillip Ray Reavis (’ 87 ABEd) of
Greenville, S.C., has received a doctorate in
education administration from the University