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of Woodberry Forest, Va., has published Along
Those Lines: The Boundaries That Create Our
World. The book addresses the question of how
distinctions are made, such as right from wrong,
life from death, one political party from another.
Interviews with experts look at a wide range of
boundaries, from the use of the border panel
by an award-winning comics creator to the truth
about the strike zone from an umpire who holds
a degree in physics. ◆ Jonathan C. Warren (’ 85
ABJO) of Durham has joined Berkshire Hathaway
Home Services in Chapel Hill as a broker.
Elise Anne Fialkowski (’ 87 AB) of Paoli, Pa.,
chaired a panel presentation, Guess Who Is Coming to Campus — Government Site Visits, Audits
and Inspections, at the 2014 NAFSA Association
of International Educators Region VIII Conference. Fialkowski is a law partner at Klasko,
Rulon, Stock & Seltzer LLP, where she focuses
on all aspects of employment-based immigration.
◆ Shannon Ashburn Tucker (’ 87 AB, ’ 92 JD) of
Durham has joined the board of directors for
Communities in Schools of Durham. Tucker, an
assistant public defender at the N.C. Office of Indigent Defense Services, has been involved with
CIS since 2008. ◆ Michael R. Wilson (’ 87 AB)
of New York was invited to the White House in
February for a special showing of A Trip to Bountiful, a new film version of the play that aired on
Lifetime in March. Wilson directed the Broadway
revival, a Tony winner for the star, Cicely Tyson, in
the role of Mother Carrie Watts.
Matthew McHugh Webb (’ 87 AB), 50, of Cary; April
15, 2013. Webb was a field manager for Century
Resources Inc., a fundraising company in Raleigh.
Previously, he was a sales representative for a
wine wholesaler and a computer supply company.
◆ William Potter Williams (’ 87 AB), 48, of Wilmington; Oct. 25, 2013. Williams was a real estate
developer with Pocosin Management in Raleigh. At
UNC, he was on the men’s swim team.
Rodena Ellerbe (’ 88 MA; ’ 92, ’ 91 PhD), 63, of
Florence, S.C.; March 10, 2014. Ellerbe retired
as a teacher in the Florence public schools,
where she taught at Williams Middle School and
South Florence High School. She also taught
at Longwood University in Farmville, Va. She
served in the Army. ◆ Ken Pomer (’ 88 AB), 63,
of Raleigh; March 30, 2014. Pomer owned and
operated Village Green Landscape Management.
He served in the Army during the Vietnam War. ◆
Susan Lynette Spencer-Wendel (’ 88 AB), 47, of
West Palm Beach, Fla; June 4, 2014. Spencer-Wendel was a journalist whose 2013 memoir,
Until I Say Good-Bye: My Year of Living With Joy,
recounted her life after she was diagnosed in
2011 with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS),
also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Story, page
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