’ 71 Teresa Rhodes Rosenberger (’ 71 ABJO) of Concord, N.H., has rejoined the law firm Devine Millimet as president of Devine Strategies, the firm’s strategic consulting subsidiary.
Marischa Bluth Cooke (’ 71 MSLS), 73, of Hickory;
Dec. 10, 2011. Cooke most recently was chair of the
Broyhill Learning Resource Center at Caldwell
Community College and Technical Institute and
before that was the learning resource director. She
was the first and only employee to serve 40-plus
years at the college. Previously, she worked in the
alumni office of Appalachian State University and at
Western Piedmont Community College. ◆ Fredric
Milton Cooper (’ 71 MBA), 88, of San Antonio; Jan.
12, 2012. Cooper was a chemical engineer who
worked for 30 years in the aerospace industry,
including General Electric, and later became CEO of
a division of American Celanese. He patented several devices. During his second career, he taught business finance at UNC-Wilmington and the University
of Texas-San Antonio, retiring when he turned 80. He
served in the Army during WWII. ◆ Archie Dunn Davis
(’ 71 BSBA), 64, of Richlands; Dec. 9, 2011. Davis
was a projects supervisor for Pearson’s Appraisal
Services. ◆ Barron Douglas Goodson (’ 71 BSBA),
62, of Rockwell; Jan. 5, 2012. Goodson was director
of domestic purchasing for Fieldcrest-Cannon and
Pillowtex. He started as a manufacturing supervisor
with Cannon Mills. He served as chair of the board
of directors of Southern Select Credit Union in
Kannapolis and was a building contractor and real
estate broker. He was an Eagle Scout. ◆ John
Edgerton Gulley (’ 71 AB), 62, of Atlantic Beach; Jan.
16, 2012. Gulley was a landscape horticulturist with
Water’s Landscaping at Emerald Island. He played
basketball at North Edgecombe High School, where
he set the school record for scoring with 41 points
in one game.
’ 72 Philip H. Kasey (’ 72 AB) of Geneva, N. Y., has retired after 32 years of service as an Episcopal priest, most recently
at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in South River, N.J.
Arthur Hans Danielson (’ 72 MPH), 80, of Raleigh;
April 23, 2011. Danielson retired in 1987 from the
N.C. Health Department and received the Order of
the Long Leaf Pine for his work. He also was a dealer of period antiques and fine art for more than 40
years. He taught high school in California and then
studied art and Italian in Italy. He was an Army veteran of the Korean War. ◆ Celia Fernandez (’ 72 MA),
95, of Jacksonville, Fla.; Jan. 7, 2012. Fernandez
taught in the Duvall County schools until she retired.
She was born in Cuba and came to the U.S. as a
political refugee in 1961. ◆ John Thomas Hartline Jr.
(’ 72 BSBA), 61, of Statesville; Dec. 9, 2011. Hartline
owned and operated Producers Financial Network and
was an insurance broker and marketer. ◆ Robert
Lee McColl (’ 72 MSW), 76, of Knoxville, Tenn.; Dec.
29, 2011. McColl worked at Cornerstone of Recovery,
a treatment center in Louisville, Tenn., for substance
abuse and addiction recovery. Previously, he was a
minister in Baptist churches in North Carolina and
worked in community mental health services. ◆
Philip Roy Muller (’ 72, ’ 71 PhD), 67, of Falls Church,
Va.; Oct. 22, 2011. Muller retired as a project man-
A New Era for Jewish Studies
CAROLINA CENTER for JEWISH STUDIES
The Carolina Center for Jewish Studies is
proud to introduce a new undergraduate degree
program, allowing Carolina students to make
Jewish history and culture the centerpiece
of their studies. This makes Carolina the
first institution in the state to offer an undergraduate degree in Jewish Studies.
Jonathan Hess, Director Pettigrew Hall, Suite 100 Campus Box 3152 Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3152 P: 919-962-1509 E: email@example.com W: ccjs.unc.edu
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