Phillips retired as owner of Pin Oak Custom
Homes, which he founded in 1986. Previously, he
worked for the U.S. State Department. In 1975, he
joined the World Bank as a large construction project manager and worked on civic building activities
in Nigeria, India, Brazil and Saudi Arabia until 1985.
During WWII, he served in the Merchant Marines and
the Army. ◆ Jake Louis Rosenbloom (’ 50), 84, of
Rocky Mount; Jan. 1, 2012. Rosenbloom worked in
the family business, Rosenbloom-Levy, and owned
Mr. Dunderbak’s sandwich shop and Jacobi’s Ice
Cream Shop. He was a charter member of the
Rocky Mount Boating Association and held leadership positions in many civic organizations. During
WWII, he served in the Coast Guard. At UNC, he
belonged to Hillel Foundation and Zeta Beta Tau. ◆
J. William Sexton Jr. (’ 50 BSCOM), 85, of Winston-Salem; Jan. 11, 2012. Sexton was a stockbroker for
55 years and opened the Winston-Salem branch of
Interstate Securities. He retired from Goodson &
Nichols Financial Group of Wells Fargo Advisors. At
UNC, he belonged to Glee Club and Phi Gamma
Delta. ◆ Jeanne Whitfield White (’ 50 BSST), 83, of
Hollywood, Fla.; Jan. 10, 2012. White was an elementary school teacher and community volunteer. She
was an antique furniture restorer and upholsterer.
’ 51 ■ obituaries Horace Mellard DuBose III (’ 51 BSBA,
’ 55 LLBJD), 83, of Gastonia; Dec. 14, 2011.
DuBose practiced law in Gaston County for more
in the Humanities
Come Back to Campus for
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JUNE 14 - 16, 2012
Join us this summer for a brand-new adventure
at Carolina! Explore the world of ideas at our
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Experience academia with UNC’s talented faculty
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and take in a show at the Morehead Planetarium.
Explore The World Transformed: The Remarkable 20th Century, our topic this summer.
The program begins June 14 with a reception and dinner followed by our keynote speaker,
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You’ll have plenty of time for fun and recreation on campus with access to athletic and dining facilities, and you’ll savor an unforgettable opportunity to expand your intellectual horizons. Visit our website for details, housing options, fees and registration information.
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than 30 years before acquiring a doctorate of divinity. He was a minister for several United Methodist
churches. He served in the Navy during WWII and
the Marines during the Korean War and retired as a
full colonel after 26 years in the Marine Corps
Reserve. ◆ Albert Clarence “Bo” House Jr. (’ 51),
86, of Hobgood; Jan. 17, 2012. House was a
farmer and building contractor. He won state and
national awards for his coon dogs. At UNC, he
served in the N.C. Student Legislature and
belonged to Zeta Psi. ◆ Dr. Allen Russell Koenig
(’ 51 BSBA, ’ 55 BSMED, ’ 58 MD), 82, of Cos Cob,
Conn.; Nov. 29, 2011. Koenig was senior attending
anesthesiologist and a critical-care physician at
Greenwich (Conn.) Hospital until 1976, when he left
to become associate medical director at Pfizer Pharmaceuticals. He also was director of professional
services at Ayerst Laboratories and medical affairs
adviser at American Home Products law department
in New York. He was a decorated Air Force veteran of
the Korean War. At UNC, he belonged to Phi Gamma
Delta and AFROTC. ◆ Dr. Eurid Reid McAuley Jr.
(’ 51 AB), 83, of Jacksonville, Fla.; Dec. 23, 2011.
McAuley was an orthopedic surgeon at VA Hospitals
in Daytona Beach and Jacksonville, where he was chief
of orthopedics at Memorial Hospital. He also was a
consultant for the Department of Labor in Jacksonville.
He was an Air Force flight surgeon in the Korean
War. At UNC, he belonged to Phi Kappa Sigma and
was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. ◆ Frederick Lord
Munds Jr. (’ 51), 83, of Indianapolis; March 16,
2011. Munds retired as co-owner of P-M & Associates, a sales and marketing firm. He was a Scoutmaster for 10 years and received the Silver Beaver
Award. At UNC, he belonged to Kappa Alpha Order.
◆ Lee McDonald “Mac” Rogers Sr. (’ 51 BSBA),
82, of Orange, Texas; Dec. 29, 2011. Rogers
worked for DuPont for 39 years. His community
activities included Boy Scout troop treasurer and the
board of directors of the Orange YMCA. He was an
Army veteran. At UNC, he belonged to Lambda Chi
Register online at humanities.unc.edu or call (919) 962–1544.
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Association. GAA members receive a registration discount. First-time participants also receive a
special discount. Full-time K- 12 teachers, librarians and administrators in public and private schools
and community college faculty in North Carolina receive a 50% discount on tuition for all seminars.
General Alumni Association
’ 52 Richard M. Penegar (’ 52 BSBA) of Gastonia and his wife, Lucy Penegar, received the 2011 Gaston County Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Award for their work on issues
of racial diversity. Penegar is a former member of
the GAA Board of Directors (1989-95).
Dr. William Raymond Campbell (’ 52), 82, of
Greensboro; Jan. 10, 2012. Campbell retired from
his High Point dentistry practice in 1997 after a 43-
year career. He was an Eagle Scout and a Navy veteran. ◆ Louisa Burns Cartledge (’ 52 MA, ’ 66
MSLS), 88, of Black Mountain; July 21, 2011.
Cartledge retired as reference librarian at Furman
University in 1981. She also worked at the libraries
of Emory University and The Haverford School. She
enjoyed acting and spent eight years performing
with the Hedgerow Theatre in Pennsylvania. She
helped establish an English-speaking theater in
Stockholm, Sweden. ◆ Herbert Edward “Ted”
Davis Jr. (’ 52 ABJO), 83 of Raleigh; Jan. 24, 2012.
Davis was a public information officer with the state
Employment Security Commission for 20 years and
helped found the N.C. Association of Public
Information Officers. In the 1960s, he coached
Little League baseball in south Raleigh and strove
to integrate the league. He served in the Navy. At