associate professor of health care management and
executive director of the Center for Clinical Studies
and Regulation at Clayton State University. In addition, he was executive editor of the Journal of
Clinical Studies and Regulatory Affairs. He was an
Eagle Scout and a member of the Order of the Arrow
and received the Silver Beaver Award. He taught at
the Boy Scouts’ national training center at Philmont
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’ 75 Robert Donald Brinton (’ 75 BSBA) of Tupelo, Miss., has been named human resources manager at Magna Compos-
ites, a diversified automotive supplier expanding to
locations in North Carolina. ◆ Glenn George (’ 75 AB)
of Chapel Hill has been named senior vice president
and general counsel for UNC Health Care. ◆ Laura
Sweeney Shenkman (’ 75 AB, ’ 96 BSN) of Wilmington
has joined the Pender County Department of Health
as a family nurse practitioner. Shenkman will provide
sick care and preventive services for children and
adults, as well as STD and family-planning services.
◆ Cynthia Hardin Woodcock (’ 75 ABEd) of Ellicott
City, Md., has been named practice area lead for
long-term care, aging and disability at IMPAQ Interna-
tional LLC. Woodcock is directing research initiatives
and evaluations related to long-term services and
supports, and health reform for government agencies
Ronald Willis Connor Jr. (’ 75), 58, of Erwin; Oct. 4,
2011. ◆ Kizer Dewitt “Ted” Morgan Jr. (’ 75 BSPHR),
84, of Sparta; June 16, 2011. Morgan was a pharmacist. He was a veteran of the Army.
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’ 76 M. Keith Kapp (’ 76 AB, ’ 79 JD) of Raleigh has been sworn in as presi- dent-elect of the N.C. State Bar. Kapp,
a partner in Williams Mullen law firm, was honored
in October 2011 as one of the first three inductees
to the Leadership Raleigh Hall of Fame, a program
of the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. ◆ John Foster
Maddrey (’ 76 AB) of Raleigh has been named N.C.
solicitor general, the second person ever to hold that
position. The solicitor general is responsible for coordinating the handling of civil appeals before state and
federal appellate courts, and the participation in
amicus briefs. ◆ Kenneth Charles Morris (’ 76 AB)
of New York starred in the off-Broadway 2011 premiere of A Splintered Soul, a play about Jewish
refugees set in San Francisco in 1947.
Elvin Milton Fisher Jr. (’ 76 CGREd), 76, of Badin;
Oct. 8, 2011. Fisher served as principal of Badin
Elementary School for 30 years and coached Little
League for 20 years. He was a founder of the Best of
Badin Festival. ◆ Dr. James Summers Forrester Sr.
(’ 76 MPH), 74, of Stanley; Oct. 31, 2011. Forrester
was an 11-term member of the N.C. Senate, representing Gaston, Lincoln and Iredell counties. A
Republican, he was elected deputy president pro
tempore in 2011. He practiced family and preventative
medicine in Stanley until 2010. Before his election to
the Senate, he was on the Gaston Board of County
Commissioners. In the Vietnam War, he was a flight
surgeon in the N.C. Air National Guard, retiring as a
brigadier general. ◆ Everett Edward Hatley (’ 76
CGREd), 88, of Monroe; Oct. 16, 2011. Hatley was a
teacher and administrator with schools in Stanley
and Union counties. He owned a skating rink. In
WWII, he served in the Navy and took part in the D-Day invasion at Normandy Beach. ◆ Clifford Reed
Northup (’ 76 AB), 61, of Arlington, Va.; Oct. 9, 2011.
Northup retired as director of legislative and intergovernmental affairs from the U.S. Mint, Department
of the Treasury. He served in the Navy. At UNC, he
belonged to Sigma Chi.
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’ 77 Jonathan Clark Bender (’ 77 AB) of Los Angeles has been named chief operat- ing officer at SoundExchange, a nonprofit performance rights organization that represents the entire recorded music industry. ◆ Dr.
Ronald Jonathan Falk (’ 77 MD) of Chapel Hill has
been inaugurated as president of the American Society of Nephrology. Falk is chief of the division of
nephrology and hypertension at the UNC medical
school and director of the UNC Kidney Center. ◆
Stephen Phillip Miller (’ 77 BSBA) of Asheville has
retired as executive vice president and vice chairman of the executive committee of the Biltmore Co.
to form his own business. Miller, who began as a
stable hand at the Biltmore Estates 33 years ago,
will continue to consult with Biltmore through his
new company. He also plans to expand his role with
the family business program at Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Henry Lamar Baker Jr. (’ 77 AB) and Jerry Arko of