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’ 35 ■ obituary Doris Strange Heron (’ 35 AB), 96, of
Hilton Head Island, S.C.; Aug. 11, 2011. Heron
worked for the Civil Service Commission early in her
’ 36 ■ obituary Nan Norman Stewart (’ 36 ABJO), 96,
of Hickory; July 23, 2012. A writer and publicist,
Stewart wrote for The Hickory Record and handled
publicity for several community nonprofits. She
acted in Playmakers productions and received the
Playmakers Masque during her first semester at
UNC. She belonged to Chi Omega at UNC.
’ 37 ■ obituary Norman Kellar (’ 37), 98, of New Paltz,
N. Y.; June 26, 2012. The realities of practicing law
during the Great Depression forced Kellar to turn to
farming, and he purchased Bontecou Farm in 1944
and managed it until his death. Even while farming,
he returned to law, establishing the Kellar, Kellar &
Javien firm, and practiced law into his 90s. At age
98, he still was making chutneys, jams and pickles
from the produce of his farm.
’ 38 ■ obituaries Louis Berini (’ 38 BSCOM), 98, of
Durham; July 17, 2012. Berini retired as manager of
the Durham office of the Employment Securities
Commission, for which he worked for 39 years. ◆
Loring D. “Bud” Cox Jr. (’ 38 ABJO), 97, of Charlotte;
June 19, 2012. After working for several years at
county seat newspapers, Cox joined The Charlotte
News in 1948 and worked there until he retired in
1979. He was telegraph editor, copy editor and, for
12 years, the book page editor. He also wrote food
and wine columns. During WWII, he served in the
Navy. At UNC, he belonged to Pi Alpha Kappa. ◆
Marion LeGrand Holloway Sr. (’ 38), 96, of Monroe;
June 7, 2012. Holloway retired as owner of Holloway’s
Music Store in Monroe, a business started by his
father in 1912. He was president of the Union
County Alumni Club. After graduation, he worked in
road construction on projects in the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Outer Banks before joining the Army Air
Forces in WWII.
’ 40 ■ obituaries Dr. Jerry Winston Gavce (’ 40 AB, ’ 42
CMED), 94, of Lafayette, Calif.; July 5, 2012. Gavce
was staff physician of internal medicine at Kaiser
Hospital in Oakland for 34 years. He also was a
partner in Permanente Medical Group in Oakland.
During WWII, he served in the Army as a doctor and
oversaw German POWs. At UNC, he was elected to
Phi Beta Kappa. ◆ Thomas Levi Noe (’ 40), 93, of
Morehead City; July 17, 2012. Noe owned a furniture and floor covering store and was a Carteret
County businessman for almost 70 years. He served
on the Morehead City Planning Board and received
the Mayor’s Key to the Town of Morehead for his
contributions to the community. He was a veteran of
’ 41 ■ obituaries Paul C. Auerbacher (’ 41), 94, of
DeBary, Fla.; April 28, 2012. Auerbacher, a former
industrial hardware salesman, retired as president
of Gold Plate Unlimited. ◆ Hannah Boylan Hetzer
(’ 41 MA), 98, of Wilmington; Aug. 18, 2011. Hetzer
was a chemist in the Bureau of Standards (now the
National Institute of Standards and Technology) until
retiring in the mid-1960s. Previously, she taught at
Hood College. ◆ Marguerite E. Hutchinson (’ 41
MA), 92, of Rockwell; July 1, 2012. Hutchinson was
a real estate lawyer in Vermont and taught high
school mathematics in Connecticut and Florida. As a
life master in duplicate bridge, she liked to teach
bridge while traveling on cruise ships.
’ 42 Harry Corpening Martin (’ 42 AB) of Asheville is featured in a collection of biographies by Jack J. Prather, Twelve
Notables in Western North Carolina. Martin, a former
N.C. Supreme Court justice and former chief justice
of the Cherokee Supreme Court, continues to officiate on occasion.
Dorothy Davenport Dunn (’ 42 AB), 91, of Asheville;
July 9, 2012. Dunn was a teacher and guidance
counselor for more than 40 years, the last 35 at
T.C. Roberson High School in Buncombe County.
The school guidance department is named for her.
Her initial teaching assignment was in 1942 at Four
Oaks High School near Chapel Hill, where she was the
first female to coach an all-male varsity basketball
team. In 2010, she was recognized by First Baptist
Church of Asheville for 75 years of membership.
’ 43 ■ obituaries Ernest Neville Scarborough (’ 43), 89,
of Newark, Del.; Nov. 9, 2011. An educator and
researcher, Scarborough began his teaching career
in agricultural engineering at N.C. State University.
He taught for 28 years at the University of Delaware-Newark. His teaching honors included the National
Teacher of the Year Award. He was chairman of the
department of agricultural engineering and retired in
1983 as a professor emeritus. During WWII, he served
in the Army Air Corps. ◆ Dr. Warren Winkelstein Jr.
(’ 43 AB), 90, of Point Richmond, Calif.; July 22, 2012.
A public health physician and epidemiologist, Winkelstein focused his research on some of the nation’s
major health problems, including AIDS and the relationship between smoking and cancer. A professor of epidemiology at University of California-Berkeley, he served
as dean of its School of Public Health. He received the
Distinguished Alumnus Award from UNC in 1989. He
served in the Army in WWII. Story, page 70.
’ 44 ■ obituary Margaret Virginia Cubine (’ 44 MA), 93,
of Clinton, S.C.; June 16, 2012. Cubine retired in 1989
as professor of Bible and religion at Erskine College,
where she was on the faculty for 28 years. Previously,
she taught at LaGrange College and in high schools
in Tennessee, Georgia and North Carolina.
’ 45 ■ obituary Barbara Blitzer Klein (’ 45 AB), 88, of
Glenview, Ill.; April 24, 2012. Klein was a social
worker, dental technician, travel agent and Avon lady.
’ 46 ■ obituaries Robert Golden “R.G.” Armstrong Jr.
(’ 46 AB, ’ 48 MA), 95, of Studio City, Calif.; July 27,
2012. Armstrong’s career as an actor on Broadway,