local basketball team. He served in the Army in
Germany. Dorothy Harris Hunter (’ 68 MAT), 76, of
Rocky Mount; Nov. 30, 2008. Hunter taught in
Kinston, Swift Creek and Rocky Mount and received
nominations as Teacher of the Year. She was a member of her church for 70 years, where she was director of music and the choir. She performed in area
plays and musicals and was a charter member of
Tank Theatre Arts Chorus. She sang in Carnegie Hall,
was a member of choral organizations in the Rocky
Mount area, and performed for President George
H. W. Bush during a visit to Rocky Mount.
’ 69 Marie G. McIntyre (’ 69 AB; ’ 75, ’ 74
MEd) of Covington, Ga., has begun writing a weekly advice column, Your Office
Coach, for the McClatchy-Tribune News Service. The
column provides advice
for dealing with office 40th Class of ’69: politics, difficult bosses, May
and challenging employees. Peace Sterling Sullivan (’ 69 AB) of Miami Beach has joined Furman University’s board of trustees. Sullivan has worked for
The Associated Press in Argentina, Brazil and Ireland
and as a psychoanalyst in New York.
Bobby Gene Lowder (’ 69 AB), 61, of Albemarle; June
3, 2008. Lowder was an assistant manager for a
crop-protection products manufacturer. Previously, he
worked as a vocational evaluator and also worked
with the N.C. Department of Corrections as a correction officer with counseling experience. Douglas
M. Saunders (’ 69, ’ 70 AB), 61, of Lancaster, Pa.; Nov.
11, 2008. Saunders was a commercial sales representative for a printing and publishing company. At
UNC, he played freshman tennis and basketball, was
named Outstanding Intramural Athlete for Residence
Halls (1967-68) and participated in Student Senate.
’ 70 Charles Evans Connelly (’ 70 BSBA) of
Tampa, Fla., has been elected to the
Ecclesiastical Trial Court by the Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Southwest Florida.
Steven Barry Tanger (’ 70 BSBA) of New York has
been named president and CEO of Tanger Factory
Outlet Centers Inc. The son of founder Stanley K.
Tanger, he was formerly president and chief operating officer. Karen Kinzer Thomas (’ 70 AB) of
Washington, D.C., was the director, producer and
writer for Cinema’s Exiles: From Hitler to Hollywood,
which premiered nationally in January on selected
PBS stations. The documentary examines the experiences of the Jewish actors, composers, directors and
cinematographers who fled to Hollywood after Hitler
banned them from working in Germany.
Saul Shpack Wojnowich (’ 70 BSBA), 60, of Charlotte;
March 5, 2008. Wojnowich was president of Highland
Mills, one of the largest sheer hosiery manufacturers.
Born in Cuba, he fled the Castro regime as a teen.
He and his twin brother started the mill that at one
time employed more than 650. He supported many
’ 71 John Andrew Allison IV (’ 71 BSBA) of
Lewisville has retired after 19 years as
chief executive of BB&T. Allison will
remain board chairman through the end of 2009.
Donnie Wayne Brewer (’ 71 AB) of Greenville has
been appointed chairman of the N.C. Sedimentation
Control Commission and reappointed to the N.C.
Environmental Management Commission. He is an
engineer with Rivers & Associates Inc. Walter Harvey Dalton (’ 71 BSBA, ’ 75 JD) of Rutherfordton
delivered the winter commencement address at
Appalachian State University. Dalton was installed as
N.C. lieutenant governor in January after serving as
the N.C. senator for District 46 since 1997. He also
is a past member of the GAA Board of Directors
(2004-07). Anthony Samuel di Santi (’ 71 BSBA) of
Blowing Rock has been elected vice president of the
N.C. State Bar. He practices with the Boone firm of di
Santi Watson Capua & Wilson.
Julianne Clark Stephens (’ 71 AB), 65, of Durham;
Aug. 13, 2008. Stephens, an adjunct instructor of
psychology at Durham Technical Community College,
also founded a computer consulting company that
offered services to medical systems. She was a psychologist and program director for eight years in the
N.C. Mental Health System and was a medical education coordinator in Duke University’s department
’ 72 David DuVall Douglas (’ 72 BSBA) of
Galivants Ferry, S.C., has been elected
vice president of the Coastal Educational Foundation. He is president of Douglas Development LLC, which redeveloped Seagate Village
Community on the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base.
Lee Wilson Hauser (’ 72 MACOM) of Elizabethtown
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