Finley Jr. (’ 71 AB, ’ 74 JD) of Raleigh has
been named chairman of the N.C. Utilities
Larry Gene Harbinson (’ 71), 59, of Luray,
Va.; Dec. 7, 2007. Harbinson served 21 years
with the Army in the Military Police Corps.
Among his honors were awards from the
Criminal Investigation Division and the
Korean Defense. He served two tours in
Korea. At UNC, he belonged to NROTC.
Linda Susan Strupp (’ 71 BSPT), 57, of Hull,
Ga.; Nov. 10, 2007. Strupp was a physical therapist at Raleigh hospitals before moving to
Georgia in 2005 and continuing her work as a
’ 72 Ervin McKay “Kay” Carroll
Jr. (’ 72 BSPHR) of Four Oaks
has been selected to serve on the
2007 N.C. All-State School Board. Carroll has
been a member of the Johnston County Board
of Education since 1992. Craig Gates
Dalton Jr. (’ 72 AB, ’ 77 MBA, ’ 77 JD) of
Raleigh has been elected as a fellow of the
American College of Trust and Estate Counsel.
Dalton is a partner in Poyner & Spruill LLP.
N.C. Gov. Mike Easley (’ 72 AB) of Raleigh
joined Roy Egerton Underhill (’ 72 BFA) of
Williamsburg, Va., in taping a PBS show, The
Woodwright’s Shop. During the program, Easley
and Underhill worked on a walnut table that
now sits on display in the governor’s mansion.
Lesley Johnson Farmer (’ 72 MSLS) of
Los Alamitos, Calif., has been selected as
Member of the Year by the California Library
Association. Farmer is a professor and librarianship program coordinator for the department of educational psychology, administration
and counseling at California State University
Long Beach. John Peter O’Hale (’ 72 AB,
’ 75 JD) of Smithfield has become a fellow of
the American College of Trial Lawyers.
O’Hale is a partner in the Smithfield firm of
Narron O’Hale and Whittington.
Andrew H. Baggs (’ 72 PhD), 75, of
Annapolis, Md.; Nov. 17, 2007. Baggs retired as
a Navy commander after 36 years of service.
He was an author and researcher, specializing
in land warfare in WWII. His teaching positions included the American Military
University, University of Florida, the Naval
Academy and the University of California-Berkeley. Edith Mangum Berry (’ 72
MSRA), 75, of Morehead City; Nov. 7, 2007.
Berry retired as a reading specialist at Beaufort
Middle School. Samuel Gaston Garrison
(’ 72 AB), 57, of Broken Arrow, Okla.; Dec. 18,
2007. Garrison was an independent contractor
for computer systems analysis and security for
businesses. Among his civic activities, he was a
lay minister in the Oklahoma penal system.
’ 73 Hope J. Englander (’ 73 AB) of
Falls Church, Va., is president and
CEO of Pyramind LLC, a recruiting firm that has received national certification
as a Women’s Business Enterprise from the
Women’s Business Enterprise National Council. David Solomon Moody Jr. (’ 73
BSPHR) of Youngsville has received the Distinguished Service Award from the UNC
Pharmacy Alumni Association. Moody is executive vice president and CEO of the Mutual
Wholesale Drug Co. and serves as a preceptor
for the UNC School of Pharmacy. Thomas
Hart Sayre (’ 73 AB) of Raleigh has completed a public art installation, Furrow, lining
the railroad tracks at the Scaleybark light rail
station in Charlotte. The six sculptures are in
the shape of disks representing the harrow, the
red clay color and the texture of the farmland
that used to fill the landscape. Sayre, co-founder of Clearscapes design firm, has just
finished another piece in Calgary, Canada, and
is about to start work in Nashville, Tenn. J.
Harold Seagle (’ 73 AB, ’ 77 JD) of Fletcher
won the class championship in his Porsche
911SC 80 and a 14th overall finish in the Targa