retired as a licensed civil engineer with the
California Division of Highways and helped
implement the concepts of ride sharing and
bicycle lanes. He served as a censor with the
Army in WWII, participating in the D-Day
invasion. After the war, he studied art history at
the Sorbonne and was a watercolor artist.
Robert Stanley Rosenast (’ 44 BSCOM),
85, of Newport Beach, Calif.; March 8, 2008.
Rosenast retired as president of Arnold
Technologies and previously was president of
Poly Optics. He held several fiber optic
patents. In WWII, he was in the Marine
Corps. At UNC, he was on the debate team
and belonged to Delta Sigma Pi and
Philanthropic Society and was chairman of the
Carolina Political Union. Raymond Lester
Sarbaugh Jr. (’ 49 AB, ’ 53 MEd, ’ 82 EdD), 80,
of Winston-Salem; Feb. 21, 2008. Sarbaugh
retired as executive director of the N.C.
Association of School Administrators.
Previously, he worked in the Forsyth County
schools as an associate superintendent, among
other positions. He served in the Navy in
WWII. At UNC, he graduated Phi Beta Kappa
and belonged to Phi Eta Sigma. John G.
Scattergood Jr. (’ 40), 89, of Cleveland, Wis.;
March 24, 2008. Scattergood was a retired sales
manager with Tingley Rubber Corp. In
WWII, he served in the Army infantry. He was
a member of the Minneapolis-Richfield
American Legion and Coast Guard auxiliaries
and was an avid sailor. At UNC, he was on the
staff of The Daily Tar Heel. Grant D. Small
(’ 45), 85, of Charleston, S.C.; April 14, 2008.
Small was a retired vice president of Amstar
Corp. In WWII, he served in the Army Air
Corps. At UNC, he was a member of the tennis team and St. Anthony Hall. Rosella
Morgan Stuart (’ 47 MSSW), 89, of Marietta,
Ga.; March 7, 2008. Stuart retired as a psychiatric social worker at the Nashville VA hospital.
She was president of Nashville Toastmistress
Club and the Brentwood chapter of Business
and Professional Women. Reid Suggs (’ 47
AB, ’ 48 MA), 87, of Burlington; March 20,
2008. Suggs retired from a career of more than
30 years with the state of North Carolina.
Early in his career, he was Carrboro
Elementary School principal, later, an administrator in the Department of Corrections. He
served in the Navy in WWII. At UNC, he was
on the 1941 basketball team, the first Tar Heel
team to play in the NCAA tournament. A.
Edmund Tisdale Jr. (’ 44, ’ 47 AB), 84, of
Mount Pleasant, S.C.; March 19, 2008. Tisdale
retired from Prudential Insurance Co. In
WWII, he served in the Navy. At UNC, he
belonged to Kappa Alpha Order and Delta
Upsilon and was president of the Order of the
Sheiks. Paul Raymond Trueblood Jr.
(’ 44, ’ 48 BSCOM), 85, of Atlanta; Feb. 11,
2008. Trueblood retired as a merchandise
superintendent with Sears, Roebuck & Co. He
was in the Navy in WWII, serving in the
Atlantic and Pacific theaters. At UNC, he
belonged to Delta Sigma Pi and NROTC.
Wycliffe Trotman White Jr. (’ 43, ’ 48
BSCOM), 85, of Charlotte; March 15, 2008.
White was owner of a snack food business. He
served in the Army in WWII. John Watson
Tulloss Jr. (’ 42), 87, of Houston; March 26,
2008. Tulloss retired as a manager from the
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. He was a
Mason, a member of the Houston Rotary
Club, a volunteer with the Houston Livestock
Show and Rodeo, a ham radio operator, a
goldsmith and a member of the American
Philatelic Society. He traveled to the Soviet
Union, China, Australia, New Zealand and
Tahiti with People to People International. He
served in the Navy in WWII. Richard
Thomas Vann (’ 41), 87, of Stokesdale; April 1,
2008.Vann was a retired clerk of Superior
Court in Hertford County. Earlier, he owned
Vann’s Red & White Supermarket in
Murfreesboro, where he was a former town
council member and mayor.Vann was a charter
member and first president of the
Murfreesboro Exchange Club, where he volunteered for more than 50 years; in 1968, he
received the club’s Book of Golden Deeds
itÕs no t the cuis ine.
It’s the companionship.
People toast our Eggs
Benedict. And tell us
our homemade desserts
suggest a 5-Star restaurant.
But at Croasdaile Village,
the story is not in the
appeal of our meals. The
real story is the residents
with whom you share the
For a visit and complimentary lunch, call Carol Roycroft at
(919) 384-2475 or email CarolR@umrh.org. You’ll come for
the tour but come back for the people.
2600 Croasdaile Farm Pkwy Ð Durham, NC 27705
(919) 384-2475 Ð www.croasdailevillage.com