is a win-win.
Both UNC and
— Mildred Kaufman,
Department of Nutrition,
School of Public Health, and
gift annuity donor
A CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITY allows you
to make a gift to UNC, while providing
a guaranteed stream of income for life.
At death, the principal passes to Carolina
to be used as you designate. In addition
to guaranteed income, you receive an
immediate income tax deduction for a
portion of the gift.
Below is a sample of the annuity rates
that we currently offer. We are happy
to prepare calculations based on your
80 or older
To learn more about this win-win opportunity,
contact the Office of Gift Planning at either
919-962-3967 or email@example.com. You
may visit us on the web at giving.unc.edu
GAA Annual Members
Stay connected – automatically
It’s easy. When you renew your GAA membership, pay by credit
card and request to have your membership automatically renew
each year at the prevailing rate.
We’ll do the rest. Instead of annual renewal notices, we’ll send
you a reminder 60 days before your annual membership is charged
to your credit card.
In return. You’ll receive personalized
Carolina mailing labels when you
sign up and each year with
your reminder so you can
display your Tar Heel pride on
all your outgoing mail.
For more information about the
GAA’s automatic renewal plan,
please call us at (800) 962–0742.
GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
L. Donnell Thompson (’ 81, ’ 84 AB) of
Durham served as grand marshal for the Lumberton Christmas Parade. Thompson, a UNC
All-ACC and All-America football player who
played for the Indianapolis Colts, is the owner
of Thompson Hospitality LLC and executive
director for the Loving Tree Center, a residential treatment center for adolescent boys in
William Eugene Ferguson (’ 81 AB) and
Nancy Harrell Keedwell of Jarratt, Va.
Michael Cornelius Landreth (’ 81 JD), 54,
of Greensboro; Dec. 1, 2007. Landreth was a
partner in the law firm of North, Cooke and
’ 82 John S. Arrowood (’ 82 JD) of
Charlotte has been appointed to
the N.C. Court of Appeals. Previously, Arrowood was a special N.C. Superior
Court judge and, as a partner in a private
practice, focused on civil and commercial litigation. W. Clifton Barnes III (’ 82 ABJO)
of Cary has received a 2007 Award for Publication Excellence from the Washington, D.C.-based Communications Concepts for his work
on the CB3media Web site. Barnes also received
an Apex Award of Excellence in profile writing for his article, “A Day in the Life of a
Feline Veterinarian,” originally published in Cat
Fancy magazine. Joseph Moody Buckner
(’ 82 AB, ’ 87 JD) of Chapel Hill has been
elected president of the N.C. Association of
District Court Judges. Buckner has served as
chief District Court judge for Orange and
Chatham counties since 1996. J. Donald
Hobart Jr. (’ 82 AB, ’ 89 JD) of Raleigh has
been named chief of staff for N.C. Lt. Gov.
Beverly Perdue. J. Matthew Martin (’ 82
AB, ’ 85 JD) of Asheville has been appointed to
a second term as associate judge of the Cherokee Court. The N.C. State Bar appointed him
to its Board of Legal Specialization. Johnnie
Denton Winters (’ 82, ’ 83 AB) of Fayetteville
has received a master’s degree in pastoral studies
from Loyola University. Winters is a member of
the board of directors for Catholic Charities
of the Diocese of Raleigh.
Wendy Goff Burrus (’ 82 AB) and Gary
Kelton Joyner (’ 79 AB) of Raleigh.
Betsy Wilkinson Lewis (’ 82 ABJO), 47, of
Wilmington; Nov. 27, 2007. Lewis worked in
public relations at Brunswick Hospital and as a
volunteer in the New Hanover County