children with emotional, behavioral and mental health
issues. Young, a principal at Young & Associates,
also serves on the board of visitors for the N.C.
Children’s Hospital and Caring for Children.
Patricia Bradsher Vogel (’ 83 MPH), 68, of Phoenix;
Nov. 4, 2011. Vogel was CEO of Barrow Neurosurgical
Associates. She participated in a pet therapy program for children in hospitals and halfway houses.
in estate planning and commercial and residential
’ 88 Glenn Gillen (’ 88 AB) of Durham has completed the examination for accredi- tation in public relations, qualifying him
to use the APR designation. Gillen is an account
manager at S&A Cherokee.
’ 85 Brady Monetus “Brad” Blackburn Jr. (’ 85 AB) of Asheville has been named private financial services team director
for western North Carolina at BB&T. ◆ A. Everette
James III (’ 85 AB) of Pittsburgh has been named
director of the Health Policy Institute at the University
of Pittsburgh. James, who joined the university last
year after serving as Pennsylvania’s secretary of
health, is a professor of health policy and management and associate vice chancellor for health policy
and planning. ◆ William Lofton Turner (’ 85 ABJO) of
Brentwood, Tenn., has been appointed health policy
associate of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Center for Health Policy at Meharry Medical College in
Nashville, Tenn. Turner is the Betts Professor of Education and Human Development at Vanderbilt University.
Jim Wade Goodman (’ 85 BSBA, ’ 88 JD), 48, of
Dunn; Oct. 2, 2011. Goodman was a lawyer in the
Fayetteville law firm of McCoy, Wiggins, Cleveland &
O’Connor. He served on the Averasboro Battlefield
Commission and belonged to the Community Choir.
At UNC, he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and was
in Marching Band. ◆ Andrew Levi Robinson Jr. (’ 85
MPH), 68, of Parkton; Sept. 7, 2011. Robinson
retired as owner and president of an environmental
company. He served in the Army.
’ 89 Brian David Devore (’ 89 ABEd) of Pow- der Springs, Ga., has been elected president of the Georgia Association of
Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.
Devore received an Acknowledgement Award from
the association for his work incorporating social
media into the organization’s communications. He
teaches physical education at Mountain View Ele-
mentary School in Marietta, Ga. ◆ Reginald Ronald
Holley (’ 89 AB) of Southport has been elected co-
chair of the board of visitors for the UNC Institute
for the Environment. Holley is principal and founder
of the Longmire Group LLC and registered as a lob-
byist in North Carolina. ◆ Andrew Michael Hunter
(’ 89 AB) of Darien, Conn., has been promoted to
general manager, digital media applications and
products, for EPIX, where he will direct the launch
and day-to-day operations of EPIX digital products,
including EPIX apps. EPIX is a premium entertain-
ment service available online and on television,
video-on-demand and consumer electronics devices.
◆ David Lee Maynard (’ 89 AB) of Winston-Salem
has been named investment specialist for the
Distinctive Retirement Living
’ 86 Georgia Martin Dees (’ 86 ABJO) of Goldsboro has been named director of public relations for Wayne Memorial
Hospital. ◆ Mickey Ray Parish (’ 86) of Sanford has
been appointed to a second consecutive term as
president of the Exchange Club of Sanford. Parish is
an electrician with Gregory Electric. ◆ Teresa Wynn
Roseborough (’ 86 JD) of Atlanta has been named
executive vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary for Home Depot. Roseborough has
served on the GAA Board of Directors (1995-96). ◆
Beth Anne Shapiro (’ 86 ABJO) of Pleasantville, N. Y.,
has been named executive director of Citymeals-on-Wheels, where she has been serving as associate
director since 2006. Shapiro is the first to succeed
the founding executive director, taking on leadership
of an organization that provided 1. 8 million meals in
2010 to 16,000 homebound, elderly New Yorkers.
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Steele Jr. (’ 87 JD) of Burlington has been honored
by the N.C. Bar Association with the establishment
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