and Black Student Movement Gospel Choir.
Kenneth Charles Pearce (’ 93), 37, of Zebulon; Sept.
13, 2008. Pearce was a registered nurse at
WakeMed in the coronary care unit. At UNC, he
played men’s club tennis.
’ 94 Dr. Edward Cox Monroe (’ 94 AB, ’01
DDS) of Southern Pines has received the
Fellowship Award from the Academy of
General Dentistry. Monroe owns Midland Dental
Family and Cosmetic Dentistry. Cynthia Agnes
Murray (’ 94 AB) of New York has been named an
associate in the litigation services department with
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP. Lucy A.
Savitz (’ 94 PhD) of Salt Lake City has been named a
senior scientist and associate professor of clinical
epidemiology at Intermountain Healthcare at the University of Utah. Norton Turner Jr. (’ 94 AB) of
Marnes la Coquette, France, has been promoted to
vice president, general manager for Hertz Equip-ment-Europe.
■ family additions
Caroline E. Averch (’ 94 AB) and Nathan Bedford
Cline (’ 92 AB) of Silver Spring, Md.; a son, Eavenson
Reilly Cline, on July 10, 2008. Catherine
Goodman Farley (’ 94 BSPH) and James Conway
Farley III of Charlotte; a son, James Conway Farley IV,
on Sept. 5, 2008. J. Todd Turner (’ 94, ’ 97 AB) and
Michelle Gleason Turner of Wilmington; a daughter,
Stella Williamson Turner, on Aug. 27, 2008.
’ 95 Claire Harbeck Babrowski (’ 95 MBA) of
Boonton, N.J., has received the 2008
Executive MBA Merit Award from the
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Kenan-Flagler School of Business. Babrowski was
named executive vice president and chief operations
officer of Toys “R” Us in 2007. Previously, she was
with RadioShack and, for 30 years, McDonald’s.
Tucker Prescott Bartlett (’ 95 AB, ’03 MRP, ’03 MBA)
of Durham has been appointed director of development and chief operating officer by Scientific Properties. Bartlett, who served as project manager for the
renovation of Golden Belt campus on East Main
Street and the Venable Center, will oversee managers working on the Heritage Square and Van Alen
projects. Christopher Michael Cole (’ 95 AB) of
Hudson has been promoted to commercial lender
with Bank of Granite. Cole also serves as 2008 chair
of the March of Dimes and accounting chair of the
American Cancer Society Relay for Life. Michael
Chadd “Elvis” Oxley (’ 95 AB) of Washington, D.C.,
has launched the Web site www.insidelobbying.com,
in coordination with the Villanova School of Business. The site trains citizens in how to be more effective when communicating with Congress.
65. Laura Vinroot Poole (’ 95 BFA) of Charlotte has
moved Capitol, her designer boutique, to a free-standing building in a Morrison development. The
new space was designed by Poole’s husband and
features a vertical garden from a Parisian botanist
Scott Andrew Maitland (’ 95 JD) and Ashly Blalock of
■ family additions
Ashley Culbreth Council (’ 95 AB) and Scott Brady
Council of Wilmington; a daughter, Willa Victoria
Council, on July 31, 2008. Heather Reilly Prince
(’ 95 AB) and David Keelty Prince of Lansdowne, Pa.;
a daughter, Nora Kendrick Prince, on Aug. 22, 2008.
’96 Leigh Thomas Brown (’96 BSBA) of Harrisburg has been certified as an EcoBro-ker, a specialist in green real estate.
Brown is the first broker in Cabarrus County to earn
the certification. Holly Marie Durham (’96 BSPH)
of Raleigh has been named director, business and
planning, for the division of student affairs at N.C.
State University. Niles Damon Ray (’96 AB) of New
York has been named a designer—drafter with the
theatrical consultant Auerback Pollock Friedlander.
Laurie Beth McElhone (’96 BSPHR, ’ 97 PD) and
Jeffrey Douglas Green of Greensboro.
■ family addition
Christopher David Hinson (’96 BSBA) and Julie
Owen Hinson (’ 97 AB) of South Riding, Va.; a daughter, Emma Kathryn Hinson, on Nov. 7, 2007.
Laura Jo Gendy (’96 AB), 33, of Raleigh; Aug. 16,
2008. Gendy, a lawyer, was an assistant attorney
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