106 July/August 2014
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By Lyell Rodieck, Springfield, Va.
degree. At UNC, he belonged to Pi Kappa Alpha.
◆ Carol Bonadeo Matthews (’ 70 LLB), 68, of
Oakton, Va.; Jan. 1, 2014. A partner with Holland
& Knight LLP, Matthews specialized in intellectual
property rights, practicing in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office. ◆ Elizabeth Morrah Trullinger
(’ 70 AB, ’ 74 MA), 65, of Greensboro; March 20,
2014. Trullinger prepared income tax returns for
more than 20 years with H&R Block in Chapel
Hill. ◆ Charles Elliott White (’ 70 MSPH), 81, of
Lexington, S.C.; Dec. 31, 2013. White retired as
a medical physicist with the Regional Medical
Center of Orangeburg, S.C. Previously, he was a
lieutenant colonel in the Army, serving as a radiological physicist and radiation protection officer.
Samuel Arthur Butts III (’ 71 AB, ’ 75 JD), 64, of
Kingston Springs, Tenn.; Feb. 4, 2014. Butts
practiced law for 38 years and specialized in
employee-benefits law. From 1981 to 1987, he
was president of the Middle Tennessee Employee Benefits Council. He also served as chair of
retirement plans for the city of Nashville. At UNC,
he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. ◆ Larry Dean
McSwain (’ 71 AB), 64, of Washington, N.C.; Feb.
11, 2014. McSwain taught at East Carolina University, Beaufort County Community College and
Pitt Community College. He worked for 20 years
at National Spinning before returning to school
and obtaining a doctorate in coastal resource
management. He was an Eagle Scout. ◆ Charles
Gilmer Priest Jr. (’ 71), 64, of Pinehurst; Jan. 16,
2014. A professional chef, Priest managed the
Sandhills Community College cafeteria. Previously, he worked as a chef and manager at several
country clubs, including the Carolina Trace Country Club in Sanford. ◆ Robert Prentiss Provence
(’ 71 BSBA), 67, of Richmond Hill, Ga.; March
15, 2014. Provence retired as financial adviser
and branch manager with Wells Fargo Advisors
in Richmond and Charlottesville, Va. He served
in the Army during the Vietnam War, earning a
Bronze Star. ◆ Nancy Fox Scism (’ 71 MSLS), 82,
of Greensboro; Feb. 18, 2014. Scism retired in
1996 as head of technical services at Guilford
College’s Hege Library. Under her leadership, the
library converted all catalog records to electronic
form and computerized all bibliographic processes. Previously, she was a librarian at Danville and
Sandhills community colleges.
Barry Coleman Nocks (’ 72 MRP, ’ 78 PhD) of
Greenville, S.C., professor emeritus of city and regional planning at Clemson University, has been
named to the College of Fellows by the American
Institute for Certified Planners. Nocks directed
the master planning process for the Reedy River
Corridor in Greenville. He chairs the town’s
Design Review Board and serves on the Planning
Accreditation Board, the board of the Association
of Collegiate Schools of Planning and, in the
Upstate region, the board of Ten at the Top.
THE DTH CROSSWORD Edited by Wayne Robert Williams
1 Not one
5 Fish landers
10 Cantor and Lupino
15 Negative particle
16 Time of Nick?
17 “Mystery Alaska” co-star w/ 24A
19 Hindu goddess
21 Architect I.M.
24 “A Beautiful Mind” co-star w/ 31A
26 Boxer Riddick
29 Born in Rouen
30 Bunco game
31 “Glengarry Glen Ross” co-star w/
34 Numero uno
37 Designer Kawakubo
38 Long, long time
39 ROK flier
40 Louis of boxing
41 “The Great __”
43 “Godfather Trilogy” co-star w/ 48A
45 “Do Ya” grp.
46 Skater Midori
48 “Sleepers” co-star w/ 59A
53 Near the kidneys
54 LXXIII x VII
58 Eating regimen
59 Six degrees of separation fr. 17A
62 Winglike parts
63 Actress Slezak
64 Brave one
65 Comic Foxx
66 “Twist and Shout” brothers
67 Hades river
1 TV journalist Paula
2 Jacob’s twin
3 Cloth tear
4 Acorn producer
5 Fixed looks
6 “Spy in the House of Love” writer
7 Evergreen tree
8 Character flaw
9 Sluggish one
10 Blotter blot
11 One of the Brady bunch?
12 Attorney chaser?
13 Paris river
18 TV’s Kwik-E-Mart manager
23 Pop brand
24 Actor Stephen
25 Some MIT grads
26 Ice mass
27 Concert halls
28 Rye alternative
32 Given new life
33 Judge __ Bean
34 Keg feature
35 Mrs. Chaplin
36 Earth sci.
39 Yukon river
42 Rained icily
43 Got a bite
44 Corp. titan
46 Time wasters
48 Speed checker
49 “Swan Lake” name
50 Sulu of “Star Trek”
51 Pig Latin veto
52 Spare part?
55 “Rhyme Pays” rapper
56 Mrs. Aquino, casually
57 Kentucky fort
60 Hamlet rel.
61 Satisfied sighs
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