John Shorter “Jack” Stevens (’ 56 AB, ’ 61 LLBJD)
of Asheville has been inducted into the N.C. Bar
Association’s General Practice Hall of Fame.
Stevens, a partner with Roberts & Stevens,
served four terms in the N.C. General Assembly
from 1969 to 1975. Stevens has served on the
GAA Board of Directors (1979–82, 1993–95 and
Gerald Dean Dover (’ 56), 80, of Shelby; June
1, 2013. Dover owned Dover Insurance Agency.
◆ Mary Ann Harrell (’ 56 MA), 81, of Bethesda,
Md.; July 7, 2013. Harrell retired in 1994 as
senior managing editor with National Geographic
Society, having provided editorial research for
many books since 1958. ◆ William Arthur “Bud”
Powell (’ 56 BSBA, ’ 58 LLBJD), 82, of Shallotte;
July 14, 2013. Powell practiced law in Brunswick
County from 1962 until he retired in 2010. A
member of the Morehead (now Morehead-Cain)
Scholarship selection committee for Brunswick
County, he also served as chairman of the Resources Development Commission and received
the Campbell University Presidential Medallion
for outstanding personal and professional
contributions to his community. He served in
the Marines. In 2001, he was inducted into the
N.C. Bar Association General Practice Hall of
Fame. At UNC, he belonged to Delta Theta Phi. ◆
James Thomas Raynor (’ 56), 80, of Raleigh; July
23, 2013. Raynor retired after 20 years in the
internal audit department of the N.C. Department
of Transportation. A recipient of the Order of the
Long Leaf Pine, he was an elder at First Presbyterian Church in Raleigh and served on the board
of the William Peace University Foundation. He
served in the Army Medical Corps. ◆ John Fur-man Rogers III (’ 56), 79, of Bostwick, Fla.; May
10, 2013. Early in his career, Rogers worked for
National Life Insurance Co. of Vermont. He held
executive and sales positions in the pharmaceutical manufacturing field. ◆ Dr. W. Phillip Webster (’ 56 BSDEN, ’ 59 DDS, ’ 68 MS), 83, of Punta
Gorda, Fla.; June 21, 2013. Webster joined the
UNC School of Dentistry in 1959 and retired in
1991 as professor emeritus. He formed the first
dental clinic at N.C. Memorial in the 1970s for
patients with hemophilia and other coagulation
disorders. He also helped establish the two-year
postgraduate general practice residency program. He served in the Air Force.
Lonnie Lester “Pete” Ash Jr. (’ 57), 78, of Alexandria, Va.; May 16, 2013. Ash retired as a computer
analyst with the federal government. He served
in the Army. At UNC, he belonged to Pi Kappa Phi.
◆ Robert Lee Fowler Jr. (’ 57 AB), 77, of Chapel
Hill; July 3, 2013. Fowler owned and operated
family-owned independent grocery stores in Chapel
Hill and Durham. He served in the Navy. At UNC, he
belonged to Sigma Phi Epsilon and NROTC and was
elected to Phi Beta Kappa. ◆ Roberson Mason
McKinney (’ 57), 80, of Belhaven; May 12, 2013.
McKinney retired as a teacher at Roosevelt Roads
High School in Ceiba, Puerto Rico. He served in
the Navy. ◆ Dr. Kenneth Alton Powell (’ 57), 78, of
Rutherford College; July 26, 2013. Powell practiced
medicine for 50 years, operating a family practice
in Valdese. He served in the Army. ◆ Dr. Leonard
Erastus Reaves III (’ 57 AB, ’ 61 MD), 77, of Pawleys
Island, S.C.; July 7, 2013. Reaves practiced
medicine in Fayetteville until his retirement. He
was elected a fellow of the American College of
Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine.
He served in the Army and Navy during the Vietnam
War and Operation Desert Storm. At UNC, he belonged to Chi Psi, Glee Club and Phi Mu Alpha.
William Howard Baldwin (’ 58 ABEd), 76, of
Rockingham; June 26, 2013. A florist, Baldwin
retired as owner of The Ivy Shop. He served in
the Army. ◆ Daniel De Young (’ 58 MBA), 90, of
Stanford, Calif.; July 15, 2013. De Young retired as
a lieutenant colonel after a 21-year career with the
Army. He then worked for 17 years at the Stanford
Linear Accelerator Center, where he was director
of service operations and executive assistant to
the vice president. He served on the Fishburne
Military School board of trustees and was named
an Outstanding Alumnus in 2002. During WWII, he
served in the Army in the Pacific Theater. ◆ Robert
Ernest Dunlap (’ 58 MEd), 79, of Greer, S.C.; June
24, 2013. A financial adviser with Horace Mann
Insurance Co., Dunlap received numerous top
agent awards before retiring from the company.
He coached football and baseball with Union High
School in the mid- to late 1960s and was chosen
Football Coach of the Year for the conference. He
also was a football coach at Elon University. ◆
William A. Hanewinckel III (’ 58), 76, of Monroe,
La.; Aug. 10, 2012. Hanewinckel retired as a sales
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a new era for
For 10 years, the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies has enjoyed a remarkable
trajectory of growth, as evidenced by the rapidly expanded faculty, the new B.A.
degree program for undergraduates and the new certificate program for graduate
students. This year, the Center begins its second decade of excellence with a bold
vision for the future of Jewish Studies at Carolina—a future with even more
exciting opportunities for our students.
The Center is also hosting a vibrant community events program for the coming year.
November 18: The Future of the Jews / Stuart Eizenstat, ’ 64
February 10: Excavating Armageddon / Eric Cline
February 24: The Encyclopaedia Judaica 1928–34 / Arndt Engelhardt
March 24: Two Powers in Heaven? / Peter Schäfer
March 26: Early Modern Europe: Did Jews Make a Difference? / Magda Teter
April 7: Allen Ginsberg and Kaddish / Bill Morgan
jewishstudies.unc.edu to learn more about our programs and our events,
and to discover how you can help shape the Center’s next 10 years.
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