Improved. ◆ Dr. E. John Markushewski Jr. (’ 76 BA,
’ 80 MD) of Huntsville, Ala., and his wife, Cynthia K.
Markushewski, have been appointed to the board
of visitors of Alabama College of Community Health
Sciences, the family medicine residency program
of the University of Alabama. Markushewski is a
physician in the emergency department at Huntsville
Hospital. ◆ Dr. Douglas Craig Privette (’ 76 MD)
of Greenville has received a Distinguished Service
Award from the East Carolina Alumni Association.
Privette is a retired cardiologist, a former director
of regional development for the East Carolina Heart
Institute and a current member of the board of
directors for the ECU Medical & Health Sciences
obituaries Dr. Thomas C. Hammack Jr.
(’ 76, ’ 75 MPH), 72, of Pace, Fla.; Nov. 20, 2016.
Hammack was a pediatrician who also served as
district director of public health for the Mississippi
State Board of Health for 35 years. ◆ John Taylor
More III (’ 76), 62, of Charlotte; June 25, 2016. More
was president of Meridian Construction in Charlotte.
◆ Rorin Morse Platt (’ 76 BA), 62, of Raleigh, Oct.
2, 2016. Over the course of his varied academic
career, Platt served as headmaster of St. Timothy’s-Hale School in Raleigh and taught history at
Meredith College and William Peace University. More
recently he was an associate professor of history
at Campbell University and instructed military
personnel at Fort Bragg, Pope Air Force Base and
Camp Lejeune. At UNC, he was a columnist for The
Daily Tar Heel.
1977 obituary Peggy Rowbottom
Graumlich (’ 77 BSN), 61, of Peoria, Ill.; Aug. 17,
2016. Graumlich was a Johnston Scholar at UNC.
1978 update Dixie Smith Horne
“Smitty” Wood (’ 78 BA) of Crawfordsville, Ind.,
has been appointed director of institutional
effectiveness at Wabash College.
obituaries Dr. Terence James Colpitts (’ 78
BSBIO, ’ 82 MD), 60, of Blacksburg, Va.; Oct. 25,
2016. Colpitts was an emergency room physician
for more than 30 years. He served in the Coast
Guard. ◆ Bruce Earl Eisenhauer (’ 78, ’ 81 MBA), 63,
of Orange, Calif.; Sept. 5, 2016. Eisenhauer was
a real estate consultant for 30 years and served
on the board of a school for at-risk adolescent
boys. ◆ Bryan Jerome Salter (’ 78 CGREd), 80, of
Sunbury; Oct. 14, 2016. A lifelong educator, Salter
served as principal of Camden County High School
and Sunbury Elementary School. He retired as
superintendent of Gates County schools. He was a
deacon in his church.
1979 update Zoe Woodell Locklear
(’ 79 MEd, ’ 89 PhD) of Pembroke has received the
Distinguished Leadership Award from UNC’s School
of Education. Locklear is provost and vice chancellor
for academic affairs at UNC-Pembroke. The founding
dean of the UNC-P School of Education, she has
served as assistant superintendent for Robeson
County schools, as associate superintendent at
the N.C. Department of Public Instruction, and at
the UNC System’s General Administration. ◆ Mark
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