ing Pakistan, Peru and Panama. In retirement, he
conducted meditation workshops and wrote a book
on teaching techniques for meditation. In WWII, he
served in the Army, receiving the Croix de Guerre with
Silver Star from France and the Croix de Guerre with
Palm from Belgium, along with the Bronze Star with
Oak Leaf Cluster. He served in the Army Reserve.
◆ Walter Percy “Bud” Henderson (’ 54), 83, of
Trenton; Aug. 13, 2011. Henderson retired as judge
for the 4th District Court, one of the last lay judges
in the state. He wrote several novels. He served in
the Army Air Forces. ◆ Theodore David Hill Jr. (’ 56),
78, of Winston-Salem; Sept. 13, 2011. Hill retired
as a professional golfer. He belonged to the
Professional Golfers’ Association for 52 years and
worked at several golf clubs. ◆ Dr. T. Joseph Horton
(’ 57, ’ 64 DDS), 75, of Wilson; May 19, 2011. Horton
was a dentist. In earlier years, he had a swing band.
◆ Wayne Logan Houser (’ 59 BSBA), 78, of Raleigh;
Sept. 18, 2011. Houser retired as an underwriter
with Jefferson-Pilot Insurance Co. He served in the
Navy. At UNC, he was a member of Delta Sigma Pi.
◆ Eunice Bizzell Huettner (’ 52 ABEd), 80, of Chapel
Hill; Aug. 23, 2011. Huettner lived in Madison, N.J.,
for many years before moving to Chapel Hill. At
UNC, she belonged to Chi Omega. ◆ Johnie Hooper
Jones (’ 50), 82, of Charlotte; Sept. 16, 2011. Jones
retired as chairman and CEO of the family’s con-
struction company. He was chairman of the board of
the United Methodist Foundation, Brevard College
board of trustees and Discovery Place. He served in
the Navy Civil Engineering Corps. ◆ Rosalie Huske
Kelly (’ 52 ABJO), 81, of Fayetteville; Aug. 28, 2011.
Kelly was active in many historic restoration proj-
ects. She served on Fayetteville’s Historic and Scenic
Site Committee and was a historic tours guide and
speaker on Fayetteville history. She was recognized
by Preservation N.C. for her achievements in historic
preservation. At UNC, she belonged to Chi Omega.
◆ William Skeele Klein (’ 59), 74, of Keswick, Va.;
July 20, 2011. Klein retired from Cooper Tire & Rubber
Co. as executive vice president. He served on the
board of directors for Junior Achievement. At UNC,
he was on the soccer team and belonged to Beta
Theta Pi. ◆ Robert W. Lancaster (’ 50), 88, of
Concord; Aug. 17, 2011. Lancaster retired as an
administrative analyst for McDonnell Douglas Corp.,
now Boeing, working in Charlotte and Southern
California. During most of his retirement, he lived in
Mooresville. He was a veteran of the Army Air Corps.
◆ William Roberton Lewis (’ 56), 81, of Kernersville;
Sept. 26, 2011. Lewis retired as manager of Hertz
Rent-a-Car in Winston-Salem. He served in the Air
Force during the Korean War. ◆ Raymond Wright
Mack (’ 51 MA, ’ 53 PhD), 84, of Chapel Hill; Aug.
25, 2011. Mack retired from Northwestern
University, where he was professor of sociology,
founder and director of the Center for Urban Affairs,
university vice president and dean of faculties, and
provost. His field of study was race relations, and he
wrote a number of books and articles on the topic.
He served in the Navy. In retirement, he played
drums with the Carol Woods Jazz Combo. ◆ Robert
P. MacKenzie Jr. (’ 50), 85, of Washington, N.C.; Aug.
19, 2011. While at UNC, MacKenzie belonged to Phi
Gamma Delta. ◆ Eugenia Forbes McArver (’ 59
MEd), 90, of Charlotte; Sept. 7, 2011. McArver
retired from Gaston County schools as a teacher of
girls’ physical education, health and science. She
was active in her church. ◆ William Allen McGee
(’ 58 AB), 75, of Charlotte; Sept. 17, 2011. McGee
retired as a senior vice president with Bank of
America. He had a 21-year career in the Navy,
served in the Vietnam War and received the Bronze
Star. At UNC, he belonged to Alpha Chi Sigma,
NROTC and the track and field team. ◆ Frank
James McKeown Jr. (’ 59 AB, ’ 60 LLBJD), 80, of
West Palm Beach, Fla.; Aug. 12, 2011. McKeown
was a trial lawyer for more than 50 years, most
recently with the firm of McKeown, Gamot & Phipps.
He was general counsel for the county sheriff’s
office for many years. He served in the Marine Corps
in the Korean War and received three Purple Hearts
and the Bronze Star. He was an Eagle Scout. ◆
Patrick Dungan McKinsey (’ 50), 88, of Signal
Mountain, Tenn. McKinsey had a long career at the
McCallie School, teaching mathematics and psychology and coaching the swim team. He won the
Senior Olympics in swimming and diving for two
years. He served in the Navy in WWII. At UNC, he
belonged to Sigma Alpha Epsilon and was a cheerleader. ◆ Maxie Randall Mintz (’ 58 MEd), 85, of
Fayetteville; Aug. 20, 2011. Most recently, Mintz
was a farmer. In the ’60s, he and his brothers created a housing development in Fayetteville. He also
was a teacher and principal for many years and
worked with children with behavioral disorders. He
taught psychology at Fayetteville Technical
Community College and Fayetteville State
University. He was in the Navy in WWII, teaching
swimming and boxing to new recruits. He boxed
for the Navy and professionally after the war. ◆
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