Doris Ellen Baer Garb (’ 64 AB), 87, of Allentown,
Pa.; July 8, 2011. Garb was a German instructor at
several universities in the Allentown area. She was
a cellist with the Allentown Symphony Orchestra for
many years. ◆ E. Philip Howrey (’ 64 PhD), 73, of
Boulder, Colo.; June 17, 2011. Howrey was professor emeritus of economics and statistics at the University of Michigan. He was president of the Ann
Arbor Bicycle Touring Society. In retirement, he led
bicycle tours of France and Italy. ◆ Gerald Graham
McLeod Sr. (’ 64 BSBA), 68, of Sanford; Oct. 14,
2010. McLeod retired as an engineering manager
with an automotive company. ◆ Harold Eugene
Warren (’ 64), 69, of Mount Airy; March 31, 2011.
Warren, who was retired, worked in the insurance
industry. He belonged to Glee Club at UNC.
’ 65 James Toole Fain III (’ 65, ’ 72 AB; ’ 75 MBA) of Raleigh has been named pres- ident of the Global TransPark, a 2,500-
acre industrial/airport site in eastern North Carolina. Fain, a former N.C. secretary of commerce, is
a past member of the GAA Board of Directors
Dianne Littlefield Stabler (’ 65 ABEd, ’ 69 MEd) and
Leonard Robert Rosenbluth (’ 57 AB) of Chapel Hill.
William Henry Burbage Jr. (’ 65 AB), 68, of Albemarle;
July 20, 2011. Burbage retired as a real estate
sales executive. At UNC, he belonged to Kappa
Alpha Order. ◆ Artheneus Dew (’ 65 MEd), 80, of
Fayetteville; July 3, 2011. Dew was an elementary
school teacher and principal in the Fayetteville/
Cumberland County school system. He taught at
UNC-Pembroke. ◆ John Ira Moore Jr. (’ 65 AB, ’ 67
MSW), 68, of Raleigh; July 1, 2011. Moore, a social
worker, was with the N.C. Division of Facilities
Services, responsible for checking the quality of
nursing home care. He served in the Army Reserve.
has been sworn in as president of the Chattanooga
Downtown Rotary Club. Thomas is a judge presiding
over the 4th Division Circuit Court, Hamilton
County, and an adjunct professor at the University of
Grover Curtis Farmer (’ 66 AB), 81, of Hartsel, Colo.;
March 24, 2011. Farmer had a 22-year career with
the Air Force. In retirement, he became chief of
police in Belleair, Fla., before becoming a private
investigator. ◆ Walter Lee Lackey Jr. (’ 66 AB; ’ 69
MACT; ’ 79, ’ 78 PhD), 67, of Raleigh; June 23,
2010. Lackey was associate professor of political
science at Frostburg State College, where he
received the Outstanding Teacher Award. At UNC, he
graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
’ 67 Dr. Carol Ann Gilbertson (’ 67 MA) of Decorah, Iowa, has retired as profes- sor of English at Luther College. Since
joining the faculty in 1968, Gilbertson has held positions as head of the English department, co-director
of the Paideia core curriculum program, director of
the Luther Festival of Writing and the Luther Poetry
Project, and the Dennis M. Jones Distinguished
Teaching Professor in the Humanities. ◆ Lucy Ann
Whedbee Hancock (’ 67 MEd) of Newport News, Va.,
has retired after 44 years with the Newport News
public schools, a career that included serving as
principal in eight elementary schools over 33 years.
Margaret Burnett Benbow (’ 67 MAT), 81, of Belleair
Bluffs, Fla.; June 14, 2011. Benbow retired as a junior high and high school teacher in the Winston-Salem public schools. ◆ Heinz U. Huper (’ 67
MSPH), 72, of Pratteln, Switzerland; May 16, 2011.
Huper’s career was in environmental technology. ◆
Elgiva Dundas Watson (’ 67 MA; ’ 73, ’ 72 PhD), 82,
of Raleigh; June 24, 2011. Watson retired from St.
Mary’s College, where she was a professor and
academic dean, and taught in Elderhostel and in
N.C. State University’s Encore program, specializing
in detailing the lives of well-known historic figures.
’ 66 Robert R. Bonczek (’ 66 AB, ’ 69 JD) of Chapel Hill has been elected to the board of directors for NeurOp, an
Atlanta-based biopharmaceutical company develop-ing medicines for central nervous system disorders.
Bonczek is president, CFO and general counsel at
b3bio Inc., a biotechnology company, and founding
partner and president of Aspen Tree Capital. ◆ W.
Neil Thomas III (’ 66 AB) of Lookout Mountain, Tenn.,
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