of Huntersville; Nov. 22, 2007. Walker worked
in an elementary school in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg County School System.
’ 61 Dr. Lynn Harrison Smith (’ 61
BSDEN, ’ 64 DDS, ’ 73 MSORT)
of Sanford has been sworn in as a
member of the Lee County Board of Education. Smith practices as an orthodontist.
Richard James Koepp (’ 61), 73, of
Broadway; Dec. 20, 2007. Koepp founded MI-Professional Management in Kinston. He was
national president of the Society of
Professional Business Consultants and the
Institute of Certified Professional Business
Consultants. He served in the Korean War.
John Douglas Lambeth (’ 61 MEd), 75, of
Ridgeway, Va.; Dec. 21, 2007. Lambeth retired
as a teacher and coach at Guilford College.
Previously, he taught and coached at Guilford
High School. He was a veteran of the Army.
’ 62 William Keff Beasley (’ 62
BSBA) of Salem, Va., has retired as
owner of The Select Group printing service.
Gertrude Watts Blake (’ 62 MEd), 76, of
Conway; Dec. 7, 2007. Blake was a retired
educator who was supervisor for Maxton and
St. Pauls city schools. After school consolidation, she had a variety of administrative positions, including director of curriculum and
director of accreditation and was coordinator
for student interns at Pembroke State
University. In retirement, she was a consultant
for accreditation for a number of N.C. schools.
She was named Administrator of the Year by
Robeson County and served on the mayor’s
committee for Lumberton Pride. Nancy
Stennett Johnson (’ 62 ABEd), 67, of Chapel
Hill; Oct. 31, 2007. Johnson served as chairwoman of a family company. At UNC, she
belonged to Alpha Delta Pi. Blondie Eve
Morse (’ 62 MEd), 95, of Richmond, Va.; Oct.
14, 2007. Morse lived most of her adult life in
Rockingham, where she was a teacher and
later a librarian. She founded the Rockingham
Music Club and was organist in two area
churches. In 1991, the Richmond County
Chamber of Commerce named her Citizen of
’ 63 Jerry Clyde “Pop” Cashion
(’ 63 AB; ’ 80, ’ 79 PhD) of Raleigh
has received the 2007 North Carolina Award for Public Service. Cashion is
retired chairman of the N.C. Historical Commission and served from 1974 to 2000 as
May 9– 11, 2008
Class of ’ 63
research branch supervisor for the Office of
Archives and History in the N.C. Department
of Cultural Resources. Ralph Lane
“Tuffy” Falls Jr. (’ 63, ’ 64 BSBA) of Raleigh
has received the BSBA Alumni Merit Award
from the Kenan-Flagler Business School
Alumni Association. Falls is the founder of
Charter Medical Corp. and owner of the medical supply company Roane Barker Inc. In
2006, he created the Falls Prize in honor of his
father, Dr. Ralph L. Falls, to provide $25,000
stipends annually to six UNC Kenan-Flagler
MBA fellows. Harry Vincent Tocce Jr.
(’ 63 ABJO) of San Jose, Calif., has retired after
35 years with the Mercury News, including 20
years as the foreign news wire editor.
Sally Ann Farrand (’ 63 MPH), 73, of Chapel
Hill; Nov. 14, 2007. Farrand, a physical therapist, was former owner of Farrand
Rehabilitation Services in Rutherfordton.
Previously, she was a therapist at N.C.
Memorial Hospital. She was president of the
Association of Physical Therapists of North
Carolina. She had recently returned to the
Jordan, Mont., area, where she was raised.
’ 64 Earl Sibley Evans (’ 64) of New-ington, Conn., has retired as grand
lodge auditor for the International
Association of Machinists and Aerospace
Workers. Robert Arnold Pustilnik (’ 64
AB) of Richmond, Va., has received the
Hunter W. Martin Professionalism Award from
the Richmond Bar Association. Pustilnik is a
judge in the civil division of the Richmond
District Court and sits as a judge in the Richmond Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court.
R. Frank Leggett Jr. (’ 64, ’ 65 AB), 65, of
Myrtle Beach, S.C.; Nov. 23, 2007. Leggett
retired as vice president for instruction and
support services at Robeson Community
College. He was named Outstanding Young
Educator in 1971 and an Outstanding Young
Man of America in 1975. He served in the
N.C. National Guard. Aaron Perry
Sanders (’ 64 PhD), 83, of Raleigh; Dec. 7,
2007. Sanders was professor emeritus of radiology at Duke University. He was founding
director of the Radioisotope Laboratory, and
later the founding director of the Division of
Radiation Biology. He was author or co-
author of more than 90 scientific articles. He
earned a reactor operator license and was
chairman of the N.C. Commission on
Radiation Protection. Ted L. Steinberg
(’ 64 AB, ’ 67 JD), 64, of Beverly Hills, Calif.;
Dec. 1, 2007. Steinberg was a television writer
and producer. Among his special projects were
the first Get Out the Vote campaign and Earth
Day. He produced a number of documentaries
for PBS, eventually joining its national desk as
an executive producer, where he won three
Telly Awards and a gold medal from the New
York Film Festival. Previously, Steinberg was a
lawyer, specializing in athletes and entertainment industry clients. He served in the Army in
the Vietnam War and, at UNC, was a member
of Order of the Old Well and Honor Council.
’ 65 Evelyn Pauline Lloyd (’ 65
BSPHR) of Hillsborough has
been re-elected for her fifth term
on the Hillsborough Town Board. Lloyd owns
and operates Lloyd’s Pharmacy. Allen Benners Morgan Jr. (’ 65 AB) of Memphis, Tenn.,
has retired as chairman of Morgan Keegan &
Co., the company he co-founded at the age of
27, and as vice chairman of Regions Financial
Corp., the company that bought his securities
investment firm in 2001. Morgan has been
named chairman emeritus of Morgan Keegan.
Herbert Emerson Atkinson Jr. (’ 65), 64, of
Raleigh; Nov. 21, 2007. Atkinson spent much
of his adult life in the Tampa and Clearwater
area of Florida. He was a real estate planner
and developer, specializing in environmentally
friendly construction. Among his projects were
Harrison Square, Belcher Point and Estancia.
As a volunteer with his church, he helped
build schools and shelters in the Dominican
Republic. He served in the Navy. Alvin
Vernon Boykin III (’ 65), 64, of Glen Burnie,
Md.; Nov. 28, 2007. Boykin served in the
Army in the Korean and Vietnam wars as a
helicopter pilot. Among his awards were the
Bronze Star, Air Medal and Vietnam Service
Medal. James Joseph Donaghy (’ 65
PhD), 72, of Lexington, Va.; Dec. 4, 2007.
Donaghy retired as a professor of physics at
Washington and Lee University. Marshall
Clay Gore Jr. (’ 65), 64, of Kings Mountain;
Jan. 24, 2007. Gore was owner of a textile sales
company. Carol Harvey Tuttle (’ 65
BSPT), 64, of San Marcos, Calif.; Nov. 2, 2007.
Tuttle retired as director of physical therapy at
Daviess County Hospital in Washington, Ind.
Her activities included serving as president of a
medical auxiliary. Alan Weil (’ 65 AB), 64, of
Goldsboro; Nov. 16, 2007. Weil was a partner
in H. Weil & Bros., which included real estate
and oil businesses. Among his civic activities,