chair. He also was on the boards of Northwestern
Bank and the Society of Independent Gasoline
Marketers. He was in the Army in the Korean War.
At UNC, he belonged to Marching Band. ◆ Alfred
Morton Weinstein (’ 53 ABJO), 85, of Raleigh;
Sept. 9, 2016. Weinstein retired as a CPA. He was
treasurer for the Raleigh Hebrew Cemetery for 26
years. At UNC, he belonged to Alpha Epsilon Pi.
1954 obituaries Robert Adrian
Brown (’ 54 BSBA, ’ 57 MBA), 83, of Greensboro;
July 30, 2016. Brown was a partner in the
accounting firm Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. He
was on the board of UNC’s School of Pharmacy. At
UNC, he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. ◆ Cicero
Abraham “C.A.” Frye (’ 54 MEd), 88, of Hickory;
July 31, 2016. Frye was a teacher and coached
baseball, basketball and football for 39 years,
at Pfeiffer College and at high schools in Troy,
Burlington, Gibsonville and Statesville. He played
semi-professional baseball for the Hickory Rebels
and the Bur-Gray Bees. He was in the Navy in
W WII. ◆ Alvin Ellis “Al” Levine (’ 54 BSBA), 83, of
Charlotte; Aug. 25, 2016. A lifelong entrepreneur,
Levine retired as chair of Levine Properties, a
company he had co-founded. Previously, he co-
founded and was president of Pick ’n Pay Shoe
Stores, which eventually expanded into a chain
with almost 800 stores. He served in the Air Force.
At UNC, he belonged to the debate team, Hillel
Foundation and Tau Epsilon Phi. ◆ Harry Pawlik
(’ 54 BA), 86, of Hampstead; Aug. 1, 2016. Pawlik,
the sole Holocaust survivor of his family, retired
from the Air Force in 1980 after 25 years of service,
including tours in Vietnam. Upon his retirement as
lieutenant colonel, he was awarded the Meritorious
Service Medal, along with the Silver Star, seven
Distinguished Flying Crosses, two Purple Hearts and
15 Air Medals. At UNC, he belonged to the soccer,
wrestling, and track and field teams and AFROTC.
He also belonged to Order of the Grail, Order of
the Golden Fleece, Order of the Old Well and Delta
Upsilon. ◆ J. William Young Jr. (’ 54 MBA), 85,
of Tupelo, Miss.; Aug. 11, 2016. Young retired
as executive director of the Create Foundation.
Previously, he worked for Louisville Seminary and
the community service organization Lift, and he
owned a pet store.
1955 update Dr. T. Lane Ormand
(’ 55 BSMED, ’ 58 MD) of Monroe has received the
Distinguished Medical Alumnus Award from the UNC
We don’t know everything that H. Thompson Mann ’ 64 might have done on Valentine’s Day 1961, but we do know he put in some backstroke laps in
Bowman Gray Pool. At the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, held the autumn after Mann graduated from Carolina, he notched both a gold medal for
the men’s 4×100-meter medley relay — he swam backstroke in the lead-off leg — and an individual world record ( 59. 6 seconds for that leg). Mann
was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame in 1984. “SHEE T FILM 20814: SPORTS PUBLICITY: THOMPSON MANN, SWIMMING CHAMPION, 14 FEBRUAR Y 1961: SCAN 1,” IN THE UNC
PHOTO LAB COLLEC TION #P0031, N.C. COLLECTION PHO TO ARCHIVES.
RETROSPEC T: FEB. 14, 1961