2008. Lamm spent his professional years as a child
psychiatrist in San Francisco. He was an Army veteran and an Eagle Scout. At UNC, he graduated Phi
Beta Kappa and belonged to Order of Golden Fleece,
Order of the Old Well and Dialectic Society and was
active in student government. E. Morris Lawing
(’ 59), 70, of Charlotte; Aug. 25, 2008. Lawing was
involved in business throughout his career, including
operating a sporting goods store he began out of a
footlocker in his dorm. The Better Business Bureau
of Southern Piedmont named him its Arbitrator of
the Year in recognition of years of volunteer service.
Active in his church, he was an elder, deacon and
Sunday school teacher. He also headed the cabaret
events to benefit the building fund at the church. He
was a life member of the N.C. Gun Collectors. W.
Kenneth Lynch Sr. (’ 51 BSBA), 78, The Villages, Fla.;
Sept. 29, 2008. Lynch was an accountant whose
firm merged into PricewaterhouseCoopers in Raleigh.
For many years, he was treasurer for the Multiple
Sclerosis Society in Raleigh. In 1989, he moved to
Emerald Isle, then to Florida. At UNC, he belonged to
Delta Sigma Pi. Joe Isaacs Marshall (’ 53), 77, of
Madison; Oct. 15, 2008. Marshall retired as regional
vice president of First Citizens Bank. He served on
the state banking commission. He was in the Coast
Guard for three years and, at UNC, belonged to
Kappa Sigma. Dr. Charles Raysor May III (’ 58 AB),
72, of Murrells Inlet, S.C.; Oct. 18, 2008. May was an
anesthesiologist for a private hospital in Fayetteville.
While there, he developed an anesthesia protocol.
He retired to Murrells Inlet in 1996. He was an Eagle
Scout. He served as a medical officer in the Army,
stationed in Germany. At UNC, he was in Beta Theta
Pi, Order of the Old Well and student government.
Guy Pitman McCormick (’ 55 BSBA), 75, of Rowland;
Oct. 8, 2008. Following college, McCormick served as
a pilot in the Air Force. He then returned to Rowland,
where he farmed the rest of his life. Active in his
church, he was Sunday school superintendent,
teacher, deacon and elder. He served for 20 years as
a trustee of Robeson Community College as the college expanded and became accredited. At UNC, he
was in AFROTC. Roswell Augustus Merritt Jr.
(’ 53), 77, of Houston; Oct. 10, 2008. Merritt had a
long career with Municipal Pipe and Fabricating Co.
in Missouri City. In retirement, he was president of
the American Hibiscus Society and of his local Lone
Star chapter of the society. His college career at UNC
was interrupted by the Korean War, in which he
served in the Army. At UNC, he was a member of Phi
Kappa Sigma. Lester Walter Milbrath (’ 56 PhD),
82, of Williamsville, N. Y.; Dec. 26, 2007. Milbrath
retired as a professor from the State University of
New York at Buffalo. Jane Duncan Miller (’ 59 AB),
71, of Sparta; Oct. 13, 2008. Miller continued her
family’s support of Alleghany Memorial Hospital and
Duncan Recreation Center, as well as other community causes. She was active in the Daughters of the
American Revolution. At UNC, she belonged to Pi
Beta Phi. William Edward Minschew (’ 59, ’ 61
MACA), 71, of Clovis, Calif.; Oct. 1, 2008. Minschew,
a sculptor and painter, was a professor at California
State University in Fresno for 30 years. He also was
director of the Phebe Conley Gallery of Arts. As a
graduate student at UNC, he received a Fulbright
Scholarship to study in Italy. A native of Wilson, he
held a Coming Home exhibit at Barton College 45
years after he left Wilson. He had more than 20
one-man shows and more than 100 group shows.
His work appears in many private collections.
Truman Ellinwood Moore Jr. (’ 57 ABJO), 73, of
Charleston, S.C.; Oct. 4, 2008. Moore’s early career
was in New York as a freelance photographer for
magazine, where he photographed public figures
such as Bobby Kennedy, Malcolm X and Charles
Kuralt ’ 55. He ran a photo studio in New York, focusing on commercial work for national corporations. He
was an advocate of historic preservation and was
founder of the Committee to Save the City, in New
York and Charleston. He, with others, was honored
with a Ross Award for stewardship of classical architecture in New York and Charleston. He and his wife
published a Charleston walking guide as well as
other travel books. They received the Phoenix Award
from the Society of American Travel Writers for their
book End of the Road for Ladies’ Mile? He also was
a member of the Piping and Marching Society of
Lower Chalmers Street. At UNC, he was a photographer for the Yackety Yack. Jean Lohr Morgan (’ 52),
76, of Sarasota, Fla.; Sept. 7, 2008. Morgan was a
histology technologist with Sarasota Pathology.
Carl Calvin Moses (’ 55 MA, ’ 58 PhD), 87, of Winston-Salem; Sept. 22, 2008. Moses was professor emeritus of politics at Wake Forest University. In WWII, he
was a bombardier-pilot instructor for the Army Air
Corps. Billy Roger Murray (’ 53 BSPHR), 79, of
Raleigh; Oct. 26, 2008. Murray, a pharmacist, owned
Murray’s Pharmacy in Raleigh. He served in the Navy
after high school. At UNC, he was president of his
pharmacy class in his senior year and belonged to
Kappa Psi. Charles David Murray (’ 53), 78, of
Middletown, Ohio; Aug. 23, 2008. Murray was vice
president of a brokerage firm. Previously, he was
manager of personnel resources at Armco Steel
Corp. At UNC, he belonged to Sigma Nu and played
on the baseball team. Fred Kenneth Parrish (’ 59
MA), 80, of Rutledge, Ga.; Dec. 4, 2007. Parrish was
an associate professor at Georgia State University.
Robert Gold Patterson (’ 51), 79, of Asheville; Sept.
12, 2008. Patterson was a podiatrist in Asheville for
more than 30 years. In the Korean War, he was a
dental assistant with the First Marine Air Wing.
Herbert Franklin Pierce (’ 59 LLB), 74, of Burlington;
Aug. 28, 2008. Pierce was a lawyer in Alamance
County for 35 years. For 12 years, he was district
attorney. William Hurley Randall Jr. (’ 52 BSPHR),
78, of Lillington; Oct. 16, 2008. Randall was director
of the Campbell University Infirmary Pharmacy.
Previously, he owned and operated retail pharmacies
in the Lillington area. He served as mayor of
Lillington, was a town board member and was on the
Harnett County Board of Elections. He was named
N.C. Pharmacist of the Year, received the Campbell
University Keith Fearing Award and was inducted into
the Order of the Long Leaf Pine. He served in
Germany in the ’50s with the Army. He was a GAA
alumni club leader for Harnett County. He belonged
to Phi Delta Chi at UNC. June Hudson Rewwer
(’ 52 MPH), 84, of Chambersburg, Pa.; June 3, 2008.
Rewwer retired as a dietitian and worked in several
locations, including Germany and Italy, and for the
New York Health Department. She belonged to the
American Dietetic Association. She was a longtime
member of the Mercersburg Area Chorus. Dr.
James Fred Richards Jr. (’ 53 BSMED, ’ 56 MD), 77, of
Orlando, Fla.; Sept. 7, 2008. Richards was a retired
orthopedic surgeon in private practice in Orlando for
many years. His professional involvements were
numerous, including chief of staff at Orlando
Regional Medical Center. He received the Certificate
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