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pharmacist for 45 years and worked for Village
Pharmacy of Advance and Kroger Pharmacy. He
served in Korea in the Army.
Armistead Jones Maupin Jr. (’ 66 AB) of San Francisco has published The Days of Anna Madrigal.
The novel picks up the San Francisco characters
from his earlier series, Tales of the City, focusing
on the one-time landlady of 28 Barbary Lane,
now in her 90s.
Jeannette Papineau Allen (’ 66 CDH), 67, of
Plymouth; Jan. 26, 2014. Allen owned Allen Accounting and was a former member of the Washington County Planning Board. ◆ Barbara Carr
Dougher (’ 66 MEd, ’ 69 MEd), 81, of Alpharetta,
Ga.; March 7, 2014. During her education career,
Dougher was head of early childhood education
at the Georgia Department of Education and
director of early childhood education at Vanderbilt University. She held leadership posts in the
Georgia Department of Education and served
on the National Head Start Steering Committee.
◆ Margie Richmond “Maggie” Matthews (’ 66
MPH, ’ 73 DRPH), 88, of Pittsboro; Jan. 20, 2014.
Early in her career, Matthews was a project
coordinator at Duke University Medical Center.
◆ Thomas Maxwell Neely (’ 66, ’ 67 BSBA), 70,
of Gastonia; Feb. 26, 2014. During his career in
banking, Neely was a senior vice president with
Wachovia and was the bank’s Gaston County
area executive. He served in the Army in the
Vietnam War. ◆ William James Neil (’ 66 MSPH),
71, of Middletown, Pa.; Feb. 9, 2014. Neil retired
as a public health educator with the Pennsylvania Health Department. ◆ Dr. Thomas Westray
Nicholson (’ 66 AB, ’ 70 MD), 70, of Bath; March
22, 2014. Nicholson practiced medicine for 34
years with Pamlico Internal Medicine. He also
served as chief of staff at Beaufort County Hospital and was president of the Pamlico Albemarle
Medical Society and Seaboard Medical Society.
He served in the Navy and was head of internal
medicine at Port Hueneme Naval Hospital in California. ◆ John Christian Olsen (’ 66, ’ 67 AB), 69,
of Aberdeen, N.J.; Feb. 26, 2014. Olsen made
his career in sales, including as state sales
manager for Smirnoff Beverage & Import Co.
and a marketing representative with 3M Corp. In
retirement, he worked as a real estate agent. He
served in the Navy.
Erskine Boyce Bowles (’ 67 BSBA) of Charlotte
has been named lead director of the board for
Morgan Stanley. Bowles, president of the UNC
System from 2006 to 2010, has served at
Morgan Stanley as a director of the board since
2005 and chairman of compensation management development and succession since 2010.
Bessie Hinson “B.J.” Benton (’ 67 CDH), 67, of
Pompano Beach, Fla.; March 9, 2014. Benton
helped build Hedderly-Benton’s Office City in
South Boston, Va. ◆ Estelle McBride Boroughs
(’ 67 MEd), 90, of Southern Pines; Jan. 26, 2014.
Boroughs taught special education in Moore
County elementary schools until she retired. ◆
William R. Chambliss (’ 67 AB), 72, of Hendersonville; March 17, 2014. Chambliss retired as a
Greensboro city planner. He also was president
of Granby Street Investments. ◆ John Cameron
Hunt Jr. (’ 67, ’ 71 BSBA), 68, of Greensboro; Dec.
15, 2013. A CPA, Hunt worked for A.M. Pullen
in Greensboro before becoming an independent
accountant. He served in the Air Force during
the Vietnam War. ◆ Walter Carl Ladwig Jr. (’ 67
MRP), 86, of San Diego; Feb. 7, 2014. Ladwig
was a principal with Public Affairs Counseling in
San Diego. Early in his career, he was a senior
associate with Barton-Aschman Associates, a
city and regional planner.
Jerry Thomas “Howdy” Holcombe (’ 68, ’ 69
BSBA), 68, of Morehead City; March 3, 2014.
Holcombe retired as information manager with
Outer Banks Outfitters. Previously, he was a
manager with Texfi Industries in Rocky Mount.
He volunteered with PAWS of Carteret. ◆ Lindsey
Coleman Stallings Jr. (’ 68 BSBA), 67, of Virginia
Beach, Va.; Jan. 15, 2014. During his career as
a financial consultant, Stallings worked for UBS,
Shearson Lehman Hutton and Merrill Lynch,
Pierce, Fenner & Smith. At UNC, he belonged to
Delta Sigma Pi. ◆ Gary Howard Tiedeman (’ 68
PhD), 74, of Corvallis, Ore.; March 3, 2014. Tiedeman taught sociology at Oregon State University
from 1970 until he retired in 2007. He won teaching awards and was president of the OSU Faculty
Senate and director of the Honors Program.
Sam Tony Gore III (’ 69, ’ 74 AB) of Chapel Hill
has been elected to the board of directors of
Conterra Ultra Broadband Holdings Inc. Gore is a
managing partner with SouthStar Capital LLC.
Joyce A. Christopher (’ 69 MPH), 85, of Bellingham, Wash.; Oct. 15, 2013. During her nursing career, Christopher served in the Army for 20 years
and retired as a lieutenant colonel. She served
in the Korean War. ◆ Maurice Lee Stocks (’ 69
ABJO), 66, of Chesterfield, Va.; Jan. 22, 2014. After retiring as a colonel following a 29-year career
in the Air Force, Stocks began a second career
as vice president of human resources at Lansing
Corp. During his Air Force career, he taught aerospace studies at Brigham Young University and
was assistant dean to the BYU Marriott Leadership School. At UNC, he belonged to AFROTC. ◆
Judith O’Connor Westerik (’ 69 MS; ’ 75, ’ 74 PhD),
69, of Lewisburg, W.Va.; Jan. 30, 2014. In 2013,
Westerik retired as professor emerita of biochemistry from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic
Medicine, where she taught for 35 years. Twice
she was nominated for West Virginia Professor of
the Year. She developed science enrichment programs and taught medical biology courses online
for the University of New England.
R. Bruce Bowers (’ 70, ’ 72 AB) of Charlotte
released a new documentary, Without Perfect
Answers, distributed nationally by PBS stations on
April 4, 2014, and aired on UNC-TV on April 27.
The film makes the case that residential education
is better for the well-being of children than the
foster-care system. ◆ Charles Marshall Ingram
(’ 70 AB) of Kenansville has been certified as a
specialist in civil trial law by the National Board of
Trial Advocacy. Ingram is in practice as a lawyer
with his wife, Carolyn Burnette Ingram, at Ingram
& Ingram. Ingram served on the GAA Board of
Directors while senior class president (1969-70).
◆ Joseph Alex Ritok Jr. (’ 70 AB) of Grosse Pointe
Park, Mich., has retired after 39 years as a labor
lawyer with Dykema Gossett PLLC in Detroit.
Grover Wade Golden (’ 70), 65, of Rogersville,
Tenn.; March 22, 2014. Owner of Golden Transportation trucking company, Golden was an avid
horseman and loved trail riding. ◆ Rebecca Ann
Ireland (’ 70), 65, of Bradenton, Fla.; March 3,
2014. A computer programmer, Ireland retired
from Sarasota Memorial Hospital in 2005. At
UNC, she belonged to Kappa Kappa Gamma.
◆ Samuel Harrison Marshall (’ 70 AB), 65, of
Reidsville; Dec. 17, 2013. Marshall held a divinity
1. Greek grilled cheese
2. Grasshopper pie
3. Big Bird
4. The Double Gambler
5. The Raging Bull
6. Eye Opener
7. The Jack Ruby
8. Brown sugar baby back ribs
9. Shrimp and grits
10. Chicken and cheddar biscuit
A. The Rathskeller
B. Flying Burrito
D. Pepper’s Pizza
E. Ye Olde Waffle Shoppe
I. Crook’s Corner
J. Carolina Coffee Shop
CHAPEL HILL EATS: Match these
Tar Heel foods to the establishments that are
(or were) known for them. Answers: page 116.