about NASCAR and collected NASCAR history and
memorabilia. He served in the Air Force. At UNC, he
belonged to Phi Delta Chi. u James Edward Kerley
(’ 64), 67, of Durham; Nov. 3, 2009. Kerley retired
from a document products company and, in retirement, worked at a Durham funeral home. He served
in the Air Force in the Vietnam War. u Dr. Jeffreys
Ashe “Mose” Macfie Jr. (’ 64 MD), 71, of Greenville,
S.C.; Dec. 7, 2009. Macfie was a surgeon in private
practice. He served in the Army Medical Corps. u
Nancy K. Snouffer (’ 64 MA), 68, of Corpus Christi,
Texas; Nov. 24, 2009. Snouffer retired as a faculty
member at Del Mar College, specializing in teaching
reading and speech. She published a college textbook and wrote numerous scholarly articles. At UNC,
she was on the debate team and received the
Women’s Athletic Association’s Outstanding
Graduate Student Award.
’ 65 Evelyn Pauline Lloyd (’ 65 BSPHR) of Hillsborough has received the Ben Franklin Fire Fighter Silver Medal from
the Orange Rural Fire Department. Lloyd, owner of
Lloyd’s Pharmacy, is the first non-firefighter to receive
Dr. C. Thomas McLees (’ 65 MD), 78, of Shallowater,
Texas; Dec. 14, 2009. McLees retired as a patholo-gist and medical examiner. He worked extensively
with hospice in Corinth, Miss. He served in the Navy
as an ambulance driver. u Lawrence Payson Miller
Jr. (’ 65, ’ 71 BSBA), 67, of Cary; Dec. 6, 2009. Miller’s
career was in insurance; he was a lifetime member
of the Million Dollar Round Table. He received the
Lifetime Achievement Award from Habitat for
Humanity of Wake County for his volunteerism. He
served in the Army Reserve. u Susan Elizabeth
Powell (’ 65 ABEd), 66, of Atlanta; Nov. 30, 2009.
Powell worked as a teacher, a hotel catering and
sales representative, and for an investment brokerage service. She moved to Indianapolis in 1999. At
UNC, she belonged to Chi Omega and was a class
officer. u William Cecil Trent Jr. (’ 65 BSBA), 66, of
Bassett, Va.; Sept. 21, 2009. Trent owned a real
estate company. At UNC, he belonged to Lambda Chi
Alpha and Campus Y. u Marshall Lee Turner Jr. (’ 65
AB), 69, of Upper Marlboro, Md.; Oct. 8, 2009. Turner
retired as chief redistricting officer for the U.S.
Census Bureau. He received awards for his work
from both the Census Bureau and the U.S.
Department of Commerce.
Griffin (’ 65 AB),
66, of Fenwick
Island, Del.; Oct.
27, 2009. Griffin
was vice presi-
dent of Prudential
ny. In the Vietnam
War, he served in
Air Force intelli-
gence. While in
the military, he
was selected to
serve as a White House social aide for
’ 66 Howard Nathaniel Lee (’ 66 MSW) of Chapel Hill has received the title Town Treasure, bestowed by the Chapel Hill
Historical Society. Lee was the first African-American
to serve as mayor of Chapel Hill. He later also served
as an N.C. state senator.
Warren Nathaniel Bell (’ 66 AB), 64, of Bedford,
Mass.; April 23, 2009. Bell retired as a training manager with Raytheon Service Co. At UNC, he belonged
to Glee Club. u Matti Phillips Thompson (’ 66, ’ 67
AB), 65, of Beaufort; Nov. 7, 2009. Thompson was a
teacher in the Carteret County schools.
’ 67 Daniel Yee-Chak Fung (’ 67 MSPH) of Manhattan, Kan., represented UNC at he inauguration of Kirk Schulz as president of Kansas State University in September. Fung
is professor of animal science and industry and of
food science at Kansas State University. u Jan
Jelmert Jorgensen (’ 67 AB, ’ 74 MA) of Montreal,
Canada, represented UNC at the installation of H.
Arnold Steinberg as chancellor of McGill University in
November. Jorgensen is director of McGill’s Strategy
and Organization Research Centre. u Kenneth L.
Smith (’ 67 AB) of Beulaville has been re-elected
mayor. Smith retired from a teaching career.
Stanley Wallace Campbell (’ 67 PhD), 83, of Waco,
Texas; Nov. 18, 2009. Campbell retired as professor
of history at Baylor University. Earlier in his career, he
was a cowboy in Colorado and Montana. He served
with the Navy in WWII in a bomber squadron, then in
the Korean War aboard an aircraft carrier. u Edward
Allen Natt (’ 67 BSBA), 64, of Roanoke, Va.; Dec. 29,
2009. Natt was the first Roanoke County attorney
and was a substitute judge in Virginia for 25 years.
He was a founder of the law firm Osterhoudt,
Ferguson, Natt, Aheron & Agee. He volunteered as a
boys’ basketball coach for 30 years. He served in the
Army Reserve. At UNC, he belonged to Zeta Beta Tau
and Hillel Foundation. u Jane Davis Stone (’ 67
BSDH, ’ 67 CDH), 65, of Burlington; Nov. 2, 2009.
Stone retired as a dental hygienist. For 15 years, she
taught the 4-year-old Sunday school class at her
church. u Roy Franklin Tyndall (’ 67), 64, of North
Richland Hills, Texas; Oct. 29, 2009. At the time of
his death, Tyndall was working for a sand and gravel
company. For many years, he worked for
GTE/Verizon. He served in the Army as a helicopter
pilot in the Vietnam War. u John Lee Willey (’ 67 AB),
64, of Poolesville, Md.; Nov. 24, 2009. Willey retired
from a career in real estate finance and development. In the Vietnam War, he served in the Navy.
’ 68 Martin Luther Nesbitt Jr. (’ 68, ’ 70 AB; ’ 73 JD) of Asheville, has been elected majority leader of the N.C. Senate. Nesbitt, a lawyer, has been a member of the N.C. legislature since 1979, losing re-election only once, in
1994. He also runs the pit crew for the USAR Pro
Cup racing team of his son, William Martin Nesbitt
(’ 89 BSBA). u William Richard Purdy (’ 68, ’ 72 AB;
’ 75 JD) of Jackson, Miss., represented UNC at the
investiture of Mark E. Keenum as president of Mississippi State University in October. Purdy is a partner with Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP and represents commercial building contractors throughout
the South. u Linda Partee Stephenson (’ 68 AB) of
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