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CAROLINA SPORTS MEMORABILIA
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Private & Estate
Single coins, entire collections
bought outright or sold on
Scarce coins, gold & silver bullion,
currency for the collector/investor
PHIL KAUFMAN ’ 67
professional numismatist since 1972
REAL ES TATE
RIVERFRONT 10-acre single home parcels
on beautiful Cape Fear River. Just south of
historic downtown Fayetteville. Each fronts
Old Wilmington Highway. (512) 699-0579.
Haynes was recognized for her service as chair of
the board of Authoring Action, a creative writing
and spoken-word program for students ages 12 to
18 that also collaborates with the Juvenile Crime
Prevention Council of Forsyth County through the
“Just Us” program. Haynes is a member of Womble
Carlyle Sandridge & Rice. ◆ Trevor P. Schmidt (’06
JD) of Durham has received a 2016 Distinguished
Young Alumni Award from Chadron State College.
Schmidt is a trademark and technology lawyer at
Hutchinson. After law school, Schmidt and his wife,
Anna M. Schmidt, founded the Love Care Center
Charitable Trust to support the Love Care Center
orphanage in Kanchipuram, India.
family addition Dr. James Thomas
Woodard (’06 BSBIO, ’ 10 DDS) and Elizabeth Oden
Woodard (’07 BSPSY, ’ 11 PD) of Rocky Mount; a
son, John Rodman Woodard, in September 2016.
obituaries Dr. Saye Dahn Baawo (’06 MSPH),
50, of Monrovia, Liberia; June 17, 2016. Baawo was
assistant minister for curative services in Liberia’s
Ministry of Health and Social Welfare. He also
taught public health and pediatrics at the University
of Liberia. Previously, he was program manager for
Medical Teams International, an organization that
aims to improve child health in Liberia. ◆ Lindsay
Marie Poole (’06 BA), 33, of Anderson, S.C.; Aug.
27, 2016. Poole had planned to work in wildlife
2007 family addition Elizabeth
Oden Woodard (’07 BSPSY, ’ 11 PD) and Dr. James
Thomas Woodard (’06 BSBIO, ’ 10 DDS) of Rocky
Mount; a son, John Rodman Woodard, in September
2008 marriages Bradley Beckham
Copeland (’08 ABJM) and Sarah Webster Bidgood
(’ 11 MA) of Monterey, Calif. ◆ Trevor Shaw Slaven
(’08) and Aubree Allison Oakes of New York.
2010 update David P. Cline (’ 10 PhD)
of Blacksburg, Va., has published From Reconciliation
to Revolution: The Student Interracial Ministry, Liberal
Christianity, and the Civil Rights Movement. Cline, an
assistant professor of history at Virginia Tech, tells
the history of the seminary students who created
the Student Interracial Ministry, conceived at the
same 1960 conference that produced the Student
Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.
2011 marriage Sarah Webster
Bidgood (’ 11 MA) and Bradley Beckham Copeland
(’08 ABJM) of Monterey, Calif.
2012 marriage Andrew Marc
Putterman (’ 12 BSBA) and Shayna Gabriel
Bernstein (’ 13 BA) of Washington, D.C.
family addition Elena Lucier Ashburn
(’ 12 MSA) and Matthew Reeves Ashburn (’04 BA)
of Raleigh; a daughter, Ingram Reeves Ashburn, in
2013 updates Sean William
Fernandes (’ 13 BA) of Raleigh has been named
an associate at Ellis & Winters law firm. ◆ John
Thomas Utrata (’ 13 BA) of New York has been
chosen to lead the cast for the U.S. tour of the Paw
Patrol Live! musical adventure Race to the Rescue,
based on the Nickelodeon and VStar Entertainment
Group animated preschool series. Utrata continues
to offer video and editing services through Utrata
marriage Shayna Gabriel Bernstein (’ 13
BA) and Andrew Marc Putterman (’ 12 BSBA) of
2014 marriage Alexandra Michelle
Rizk (’ 14 BAJMC) and Michael Edward Keane of
Franklin Lakes, N.J.
2016 updates Yasemin Canan
Cole (’ 16 BSBIO) of Raleigh has received a Dean’s
Master’s Scholarship from Imperial College London.
Cole is completing a master’s degree in genomic
medicine, conducting cancer research with a
professor who has focused on the search for BRCA1
and BRCA2 breast cancer genes. Cole received a
2016 UNC Chancellor’s Student Undergraduate
Teaching Award for her work teaching the CSTART
course “The Past, Present and Future of Medicine.”
◆ Patrick Earl Lackey (’ 16 PhD) of New Wilmington,
Pa., has been named a visiting assistant professor
of chemistry at Westminster College. ◆ Katherine
H. Mulligan (’ 16 BS) of Hillsborough has received
the Brody Scholar Award from the Brody School of
Medicine at East Carolina University. The award
includes four years of medical school tuition;
living expenses; the opportunity to design her
summer enrichment program, which can include
travel abroad; and support for community service
projects she may undertake while in medical school.
Mulligan is interested in outreach to the Hispanic
community and a career in primary care.
marriage Sarah Kaylan Butler (’ 16 BAMJ) and
Matthew Stricker of Greensboro.