ager with Science Applications International. ◆ Jay
Thomas Mullins (’ 72 BSBA), 61, of Raleigh; Jan. 9,
2012. Mullins had a 30-year career in economic
development with Carolina Power & Light.
’ 73 ■ obituary William Edward Dole Jr. (’ 73 MACOM),
69, of Fresno, Calif.; Nov. 28, 2011. Dole retired as
a football coach.
’ 74 ■ marriage Patricia Freeman Hawkins (’ 74 AB)
and Edwin Julius Wells III (’ 75 AB) of Charlotte.
Jack Foster Biggerstaff Jr. (’ 74 BSBA), 59, of
Hendersonville; Dec. 10, 2011. Biggerstaff retired
as a vice president of the Harris County Hospital
District in Houston. ◆ Phillip William DeBerry (’ 74
MA), 63, of Greensboro; Dec. 6, 2011. DeBerry was
the first black male professor at Meredith College in
Raleigh. ◆ Eddie Clifton Richards (’ 74 ABEd), 60, of
Zebulon; Jan. 14, 2012. Richards was an educator
and baseball coach for 32 years in Franklin County,
primarily at Louisburg and Bunn high schools.
’ 75 ■ marriage Edwin Julius Wells III (’ 75 AB) and
Patricia Freeman Hawkins (’ 74 AB) of Charlotte.
Reynold Joseph Kosek Jr. (’ 75 JD), 64, of Ormond
Beach, Fla.; Jan. 17, 2012. Kosek retired in 2010 as
a professor of law at Mercer University, where he
also was a reference librarian and acting director of
the law library. He received the Excellence in Teaching
Award five times, and the award was renamed for
him upon his retirement. He was a member of the
state bars of California and Pennsylvania. He served
in the Army. ◆ Anne Moseley Warner (’ 75 AB), 59,
of James Island, S.C.; Dec. 6, 2011. Warner was an
administrative assistant in the Medical University of
South Carolina Dental School.
’ 76 Eddie Glenn Gouge (’ 76 AB) of Alexan- dria, Va., has been promoted to senior associate director of federal relations,
food and agricultural sciences, and executive director
for the Council for Agricultural Research, Extension
and Teaching at the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities. ◆ William Clyde Kempner (’ 76
AB) of Roslyn Heights, N. Y., has received New York’s
Military Commendation Medal for outstanding service to the N. Y. Naval Militia and the Navy Reserve.
As senior naval militia liaison officer to Joint Task
Force Two, Kempner was responsible for establishing
command relations and planning and conducting the
first joint training exercise involving forces from the
N. Y. Naval Militia Military Emergency Boat Services
and the 106th Rescue Wing of the N. Y. Air National
Guard. ◆ Sue Heath Olesiuk (’ 76 ABEd; ’ 79, ’ 78
MAT) of Asheville has been named dean of the Division of Academic Success for Asheville-Buncombe
Technical Community College.
Nancy Samuel Everhart (’ 76 MEd), 78, of Thomasville;
Jan. 16, 2012. Everhart taught in the school systems of Thomasville and Davidson and Pamlico
counties. ◆ Charlotte Simpson Sigmon (’ 76 AB),
84, of Durham; Dec. 22, 2011. Sigmon worked at
Christian Printing Co. and was an announcer for a
classical music radio station. She also worked for
a dean at Duke University and for Air Force Counterintelligence in Washington, D.C. Her leadership
roles at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church included
serving on the board of the St. Stephen’s (now
’ 77 David Neal Allen (’ 77 AB, ’ 80 JD) of Charlotte, a partner in the Charlotte office of Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP, has been named chair of the N.C. State
Bar Ethics Committee. In his practice Allen represents pharmaceutical and medical device companies, manufacturing and chemical companies, and
physicians and hospitals. Allen was named Charlotte
Lawyer of the Year in Product Liability Litigation -
Defendants by The Best Lawyers in America 2012. ◆
William Marshall Courtney Jr. (’ 77 BSBA) of Orange
Park, Fla., a financial adviser with Merrill Lynch, has
merged his financial planning and investment advisory business with Willis M. Ball III. Courtney’s son,
Nicholas Kirkwood Courtney (’07 BSPSY) is also a
member of this team at Merrill Lynch.
Marci Kramish Campbell (’ 77 MPH, ’ 92 PhD), 59, of
Durham; Dec. 14, 2011. Campbell was professor of
nutrition at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public
Health and a member of the UNC Lineberger
Comprehensive Cancer Center, where she was a pro-
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