Korean War. Floyd Herbert Evans (’ 56
BSPHR), 79 of Greensboro; Dec. 12, 2007.
Evans retired as a pharmacist with Revco. He
served in the Army. Wayne Reynolds
Faircloth (’ 59 MEd), 76, of Whigham, Ga.;
March 4, 2008. Faircloth was professor emeritus of biology at Valdosta State University.
Danelle Miller Farias (’ 58), 71, of Moraga,
Calif.; March 27, 2008. Farias had been a stewardess with Pan American Airways. At UNC,
she was a member of Pi Beta Phi. C. Lofton
Fouts Jr. (’ 53 BSBA), 76, of Douglasville, Ga.;
April 11, 2008. Fouts was an aviation broker
for fixed-base operations in the eastern U.S.
Previously, he was vice president of Partenavia
North America and southeastern manager for
Cessna Aircraft Corp. He was a pilot, certified
as an instructor. Among his civic activities, he
was a member of Douglasville planning and
zoning board and immediate past chair of
Douglas Wellstar Regional Hospital board. He
was a cryptographer for the Army in Korea
and Japan. At UNC, he was on the baseball
team and belonged to Delta Sigma Pi. Allan
Martin Goldston (’ 52), 79, of Winston-Salem;
April 28, 2008. Goldston was a general contractor working in several states. He volunteered
with the pulmonary rehab program at Wake
Forest University Baptist Medical Center. He
served in the Marine Corps before college.
James Arthur Hancock Jr. (’ 50 BSBAC;
’ 51, ’ 50 MSPH), 85, of Rocky Mount, Va.; Feb.
23, 2008. Hancock retired as a high school science teacher. Previously, he was a medical
physicist. He was in the Navy in WWII and
later retired from the Air Force. R. Norman
Harden (’ 52, ’ 55 BSIR), 78, of Athens, Ga.;
Feb. 4, 2008. Harden retired as president of
Ranick Ltd., manufacturer of washable footwear.
He served in the Army and, at UNC, belonged
to Sigma Chi. Robert Stubbs Hight (’ 52,
’ 53 AB; ’ 54 LLB), 79, of Henderson; Feb. 2,
2008. Hight was a senior partner in Hight,
Faulkner, and Care Law Office. He served in
the Navy. J. Reid Hooper (’ 51 BSBA), 83,
of Greenville;April 5, 2008. Hooper was a
retired vice president and member of the eastern region board of directors for Wachovia and
an instructor with the American Institute of
Banking. He was a former chair of the board
of trustees for Pitt County Memorial Hospital
and coordinator of the Pitt County Small
Business Center, among other community
activities. He was chosen Citizen of the Year in
1982 by the Pitt-Greenville Chamber of
Commerce. He was a WWII veteran. At UNC,
he was a member of Delta Sigma Pi.
Robert Calloway Hubbard (’ 51), 79, of
Wilkesboro; March 1, 2008. Hubbard was
owner and operator of Hubbard’s Clothiers.
He served in the Air Force in the 1950s. At
UNC, he belonged to Pi Kappa Phi and was
on the track and field team. James Henry
Hughes Jr. (’ 57 AB), 77, of Boone; June 6,
2007. Hughes had been a state probation officer in North Carolina. Doris McHan
Hummer (’ 54 CPHN, ’ 54 BSPHN), 77, of
Redmond, Ore.; March 3, 2008. Hummer had
a nursing career of 57 years. In 2007, she was
named Strathmore’s Who’s Who Professional of
the Year in health care and consulting. Mary
Helen Jones (’ 57 MA), 75, of Nesbit, Miss.;
March 19, 2008. Jones was executive director
of Group Homes Inc. for 19 years. She was a
member of her church choir and Zonta
International, business executives working to
advance the status of women. John Pressly
Kennedy Jr. (’ 50 LLBJD), 85, of Warrenton;
April 9, 2008. Kennedy retired as the first secretary of the UNC System. Earlier, he had
practiced law in Charlotte and was vice president of a bank that became part of Wachovia.
Kennedy also represented Mecklenburg
County in the N.C. General Assembly (1959-
62). He ran for Congress in 1962 and then
joined the U.S. State Department, overseeing a
program that sent Americans oversees as goodwill ambassadors; he later was posted to
Nigeria as an assistant to the ambassador.
Kennedy also worked on a state commission
that organized the current system for governing higher education; helped found the
Preservation Fund of Hillsborough; and most