Municipal Band. He served in the Army in Europe in
WWII. At UNC, he was in the Marching Band.
Charles Richard Clark Jr. (’ 44 AB), 87, of Warner
Robins, Ga.; July 31, 2008. Clark was a self-employed building contractor. He served in the Navy
in WWII. At UNC, he was in the first NROTC class and
received a commission in the Navy. He was a member of Sigma Nu. Helen Eyster “Lennie” Crisp
(’ 46 AB), 83, of Raleigh; Aug. 1, 2008. Crisp retired
as chief of the N.C. Division of Youth Services. She
was a psychologist at Dorothea Dix Hospital. She
acted in Raleigh Little Theatre and Theatre in the
Park productions and worked in television commercials. She also served on the state Commission on
the Status of Women. In 1981, she received the
Order of the Long Leaf Pine, North Carolina’s highest
civilian honor. At UNC, she was on the staff of The
Daily Tar Heel and the student legislature. Flora
Peterson Crowder (’ 43), 89, of Raeford; Aug. 18,
2008. Crowder was a nurse who worked in Hoke
County and retired from McCain Sanatorium. She
received the Volunteer of the Year Award from the
American Lung Association. Joseph Abraham
Doumar (’ 44), 86, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; April 22,
2008. Harry Newton Dunkle (’ 42 AB), 90, of Fort
Myers, Fla.; July 26, 2008. Dunkle worked for 30
years as a custom home builder and then began a
career as head of the Architectural and Civil
Engineering Department at Pinellas Vocational
Technical Institute. He served in the Navy in the
South Pacific in WWII. At UNC, he was captain of the
football team and received the E. Carrington Smith
Most Valuable Player Award in 1942. He set a national record for longest average punt per season. He
was a member of Sigma Nu. John Allen Eddy
(’ 42), 89, of Willsboro, N. Y.; June 30, 2008. Eddy
retired from the N. Y. State Civil Service Department.
At UNC, he was a long-distance runner on the track
Susan Elizabeth Bello (’ 85 MSLS), 55, of Chapel
Hill; July 6, 2008. Bello was a serials cataloging
assistant at Davis Library. Details, ’ 85 Class Notes.
Earl Triplett Brown (’ 52 BSPHR, ’ 56 PhD), 81, of
Concord; July 22, 2008. Brown was an assistant
professor in the School of Pharmacy. Details, ’50s
Class Notes. Martha Jenkins Cleveland (’ 72 AB,
’ 74 MSW), 88, of Chapel Hill; June 29, 2008.
Cleveland was a social worker and an administrative secretary in the Romance languages department. Details, ’ 72 Class Notes. Elizabeth Mary
Dawsey, 98, of Winter Park, Fla.; Aug. 11, 2008.
Dawsey worked in the physical education department from 1957 to 1961, when she transferred to
federal service and worked in UNC’s NROTC unit.
Annie Mae Edwards, 86, of Chapel Hill; Aug. 5,
2008. Edwards worked for a number of years in
the housekeeping department after working as a
housekeeper, cook and child-care provider in
Chapel Hill. She was a youth choir adviser and a
deaconess at Terrell’s Creek Missionary Baptist
Church and was president of the Pastor’s Aide
Club. Annie George Ferguson, 81, of Louisburg;
May 27, 2008. Ferguson was a registered nurse in
the recovery room at UNC Hospitals for 15 years.
She later was an infirmary nurse at Oxford
Orphanage. Dr. Alexander Fairley “Doc” Goley
(’ 56 MD), 78, of Burlington; Aug. 24, 2008. Goley
was assistant clinical professor of medicine and a
member of the medical school’s admissions committee. Details, ’50s Class Notes. Archie Ray
team and a member of Chi Psi. He served in the
Army Air Corps. J. Edward Faulkner Jr. (’ 48
BSCOM), 83, of Greensboro; Aug. 12, 2008. Faulkner
was regional general manager in the container division of Union Camp Corp. in Jamestown, retiring in
1984 after 36 years with the company. He served in
the Army and Air Force in WWII. At UNC, he was a
member of Delta Sigma Pi and Beta Gamma Sigma.
John D. Graff (’ 40), 91, of Burbank, Calif.; July 3,
2008. Graff was a salesman with Remington Rand
and was active in community theater groups in
Arizona, including the Phoenix Little Theater, the
Southwest Ensemble Theater, Scottsdale Theater and
Glendale Little Theater. After WWII, in which he
served with the Army in the South Pacific, he performed with CBS Radio and Equity Library Theater in
New York. At UNC, he performed with Carolina
Playmakers. Maurice William Griffin (’ 48 BSCOM),
85, of Raleigh; Aug. 22, 2008. Griffin retired as a
sales representative with Integon Insurance Co. A
veteran of WWII, he owned Roscoe Griffin Shoe Co.
and belonged to the Amran Clown Brigade. At UNC,
he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha and Phi Mu
Alpha. Richard Bender Guggenheim (’ 45), 84, of
Highland Park, Ill.; Jan. 30, 2008. Guggenheim
retired in 1986 as vice president of Americana. After
retiring, he established a hotel consultancy. He
served in the Marines in WWII. He was a former GAA
alumni club president for Chicago. At UNC, he was on
the freshman basketball and baseball teams. Dr.
Philip William Hardie Jr. (’ 43), 87, of Scottsdale,
Ariz.; Aug. 2, 2008. Hardie was a physician who
retired as director of the Alaska Psychiatric Institute.
As medical director of the Alyeska Pipeline, he traveled the length of the pipeline by four-wheel drive to
facilitate health care for workers. He also helped
establish the first hospital in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia,
while stationed there with the Army and was associ-
Gunter, 65, of Pittsboro; June 25, 2008. Gunter
worked for 30 years in the electric distribution
department. Nelson George Hairston (’ 37 AB,
’ 39 MA), 90, of Chapel Hill; July 31, 2008. Hairston
was a Kenan professor emeritus in the biology
department, where he taught for 12 years. His
course in vertebrate zoology was unusually popular. Details, ’30s Class Notes. Duncan MacRae
Jr., 86, of Chapel Hill; July 19, 2008. MacRae,
Kenan professor of political science, studied and
taught sociology and political science at UNC,
where he founded the public policy program.
Jerrold Orne, 97, of Chapel Hill; July 13, 2008.
Orne was University librarian from 1957 to 1972
and was on the faculty of the School of Library
Science until he retired in 1976. He was among
the first group of resident fellows at the Library of
Congress under then-librarian Archibald MacLeish.
He wrote 90 articles and was author or collaborator
on 15 books about library techniques and operations. In 1974, he received the Joseph W.
Lippincott Award, the American Library
Association’s highest honor. He served in the Navy
in WWII, establishing a working reference library
for the first U.N. Conference. Ralph Penniall, 85,
of Pittsboro; June 30, 2008. Penniall was a professor of biochemistry from 1958 to 1990. He served
in the Army in WWII and received the Silver Star,
the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart. Before joining the UNC faculty, he was an assistant professor
in biochemistry at Baylor University. He was an
ate professor in Truk, Micronesia, training
Micronesians in health care. He was a colonel in the
Army and an obstetrician/gynecologist in the armed
forces. Margaret Parsons “Marky” Harris (’ 45
ABJO), 84, of Tucson, Ariz.; July 16, 2008. Harris was
active in charity, civic and community organizations,
including the Lakeland, Fla., Junior League and the
Houston Grand Opera and Museum of Fine Arts. She
helped bring the Hermitage Art Exhibit from St.
Petersburg, Russia, to Houston and was chair of the
Houston Consular Corps Ball. At UNC, she was a
founding member of Delta Delta Delta, served as
head cheerleader and was elected campus Victory
Queen in 1945. Dr. Joseph McMurray “Mack”
Hester (’ 40 AB), 89, of Goldsboro; Aug. 8, 2008.
Hester specialized in internal medicine and was staff
physician at the N.C. Tubercular Sanatorium in
Wilson for 16 years. In 1971, he began a solo medical
practice in Goldsboro, from which he retired in 1985.
He also was a staff physician at primary-care facilities in Fayetteville and Jacksonville until 1996. He
served as a medical officer in the Navy in WWII in
the Pacific Theater. At UNC, he was in the Marching
Band. Charles “Pete” Hopkins (’ 49, ’ 51 AB), 88,
of Charlotte; Aug. 12, 2008. Hopkins was an insurance manager with Public Service Co. of North
Carolina in Gastonia. He served in the Army in WWII
in the European Theater and received the Purple
Heart. Thomas Hardin Jewett Jr. (’ 47 BSCOM), 86,
of Pittsboro; Aug. 14, 2008. Jewett retired as assistant treasurer of the Coca-Cola Corp. and senior vice
president and treasurer of the Coca-Cola Finance
Corp. While with Coca-Cola, he worked in Hawaii,
Japan, Manila, New York, Buenos Aires and Atlanta.
After retirement, he taught finance at James
Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va. He served in
the Army in WWII. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa and
was a member of the track team and lettered in
Eagle Scout. Dorothy
Herring Rodgers (’ 55 CDH),
72, of Statesville; July 28,
2008. Rodgers served as an
instructor of dental hygiene
for a year in the 1950s.
Details, ’50s Class Notes.
Jean Ann Spencer, 78, of
Chapel Hill; Aug. 10, 2008. Spencer was a nurse
educator and adjunct clinical educator at UNC
Hospitals for more than 20 years, retiring in 1995.
She also served in leadership roles in the
Association of Operating Room Nurses. Dr.
Ludwig Gaston Scott (’ 49 AB, ’ 54 DDS), 81, of
Burlington; July 26, 2008. Scott taught part time at
the dental school in the 1950s, ’70s and ’80s.
Details, ’40s Class Notes. Dr. Clifford Max
Sturdevant, 90, of Chapel Hill; Sept. 9, 2008.
Sturdevant, one of the first faculty members of the
dental school, succeeded his father to become the
second chairman of the department of operative
dentistry. Story, page 68. Bruce Little Williams,
97, of Durham; May 31, 2008. Little worked in
UNC’s utilities office for 25 years. She retired in
1973 and was a charter member of the Chapel Hill
Book Club. Whiten “Phil” Windham, 87, of
Chapel Hill; July 13, 2008. Windham taught in the
Kenan-Flagler School of Business and was a practicing CPA. He also taught business at N.C. State
University. He was treasurer of the Kiwanis Club of
Chapel Hill and Boy Scout Troop 39.