that will provide advice as the N.C. State Highway
Patrol prepares a report on restructuring the organization and naming a new commander. Gilchrist is
Mecklenburg County district attorney and is a former
member of the GAA Board of Directors (1963-66).
Thomas Guy Eason Jr. (’ 62 AB), 69, of Lawrenceville,
Ga.; June 9, 2010. Eason was an Eagle Scout. He
grew up in Charlotte and was a former federal
William K. Wilkinson II (’ 66, ’ 68 ABEd; ’ 69 MACT),
65, of Youngsville; March 21, 2010. Wilkinson retired
as a data processing coordinator with the N.C.
Division of Social Services. At UNC, he belonged to
Alpha Phi Omega.
’ 63 ; obituaries Graham Venable Boyd Jr. (’ 63), 69, of
Warrenton; Aug. 13, 2010. Boyd was a consulting
forester for many years in North Carolina. He served on
the Warrenton town board for 12 years. u Josephine
Alice Dunn (’ 63 BSPHN), 90, of Charlotte; March 6,
2010. Dunn was a public school nurse in Charlotte and
Nevada. Beginning in 1970, she served 16 years in
West Germany as a school nurse for the Overseas
Dependent school system. u Mary Ross Huneycutt
(’ 63 MEd), 92, of Winston-Salem; June 3, 2010. Huneycutt taught in N.C. schools for 30 years, many as a
teacher and guidance counselor in Winston-Salem
publish a book by the same name. Shelburne is professor emeritus of pathology at Duke University
School of Medicine.
Nancy Ellen Capps (’ 65 MSLS), 68, of Raleigh; Aug.
6, 2010. Capps was a librarian, retiring in 2004. u
Mary Ann Bost Crawford (’ 65 ABEd), 67, of Lexington,
Ga., Aug. 2, 2010. Crawford retired as a teacher and
school social worker, working for the Oglethorpe
County school system for more than 30 years. u
David Neil McKinney (’ 65 MAT), 71, of Valdese; Aug.
8, 2010. McKinney retired from the Burke County
school system, where he had been a teacher and
high school principal. He was past president of the
Burke County chapter of the N.C. Retired School
Personnel and served in numerous positions in his
’ 64 Charles H. Battle Jr. (’ 64 AB) of Atlanta has been named honorary consul for Monaco, one of 64 countries with a
diplomatic or trade office in Georgia. Battle, of counsel
with Miller & Martin PLLC, is a former member of the
GAA Board of Directors (1992-95). u Stephen Allan
Rich (’ 64 BSBA) of Chapel Hill has been named to
the UNC Board of Visitors (2010-14). Rich retired
from The Coca-Cola Co.
Mitchell Ferris Allen III (’ 64, ’ 66 BSBA), 68, of Raleigh;
Aug. 11, 2010. Allen loved boating and followed that
interest in his career. He owned and operated a retail
marine dealership in Charlotte and was a sales manager for boat and yacht companies. u Mark E.
Rostvold (’ 64 MAT), 85, of Hinsdale, Ill.; April 22,
2010. Rostvold was a retired high school biology
teacher. He sang with the Chicago Symphony Chorus
and the Norwegian Men’s Chorus. He was a veteran
of the Navy. u Rodney Thomas Yates (’ 64 MEd), 82,
of Idaho Falls, Idaho; Aug. 1, 2010. Yates retired
from the Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center
Behavioral Health Center. Earlier in his career, he
was a Methodist minister and a public school special
education teacher. He served in the Navy. At UNC, he
belonged to Phi Delta Kappa.
’ 66 Max Carrol Chapman Jr. (’ 66 AB) of Lit- tle Falls, N.J., has increased his yearly gift to the UNC Institute for the Arts and
Humanities to reward
excellence in teaching
Chapman Family Teaching Awards, formerly the Chapman Family Faculty Fellowships, will be awarded to UNC faculty starting in
the 2011-12 academic year. u Martha Weeks
Daniel (’ 66 ABEd) of Rocky Mount and Caroline
Rumsey Paxton (’ 87 AB) debuted their documentary
film, Miss Nancy Minds Their Manners, at the Taylor
Theater in Edenton in October. The film follows 79-
year-old Nancy Rascoe as she leads an etiquette
camp in her home in Hertford.
Class of ’66:
May 6–8, 2011
’ 67 Robert Swift Barnhardt (’ 67 BSBA) of Universal City, Texas, is the new club leader for the San Antonio Carolina Club.
u Franklin Edward Freeman Jr. (’ 67 AB, ’ 70 JD) of
Raleigh has been selected to serve on the Foundation
Board for the UNC School of Government. Freeman
is a senior vice president and partner with McGuire-Woods Consulting LLC and practices law within the
government affairs department at McGuire Woods
LLP. u Carol Ann Gilbertson (’ 67 MA) of Decorah,
Iowa, presented readings and discussion of her work
at The Vibrant Word: A Lutheran Festival of Writing
hosted by Luther College in October. Gilbertson, professor of English at the college, served as festival
director. u Edward Joseph Piacentino (’ 67 AB, ’ 73
PhD) of High Point has co-edited Southern Frontier
Humor: An Anthology. Piacentino is a professor of
English at High Point University.
William Harold Harris (’ 67), 65, of Durham; Aug. 14,
2010. Harris retired from a hardware wholesale company.
’ 68 ; obituaries Elizabeth Berryhill (’ 68 MPH), 86, of
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’ 65 Dr. R. Samuel Cromartie III (’ 65 AB, ’ 69 MD) of Ormond Beach, Fla., has co- authored a book, High-Tech Terror:
Recognition, Management and Prevention of Biological,
Chemical, and Nuclear Injuries Secondary to Acts of
Terrorism. Cromartie is a cardiovascular surgeon. u
James Franklin Morgan (’ 65) of High Point has been
inducted into the N.C. Bar Association General Practice
Hall of Fame. Morgan is a member of Morgan, Herring, Morgan, Green & Rosenblutt LLP, practicing in
the areas of personal injury, probate, wills, trials, and
zoning and government relations. u Dr. John Daniel
Shelburne (’ 65, ’ 66 AB) of Durham has helped to
start two new businesses: SyncStudio, a lifestyle and
fitness studio; and SyncCycling, a company that will
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