obituary Elizabeth Allan Flynn (’ 85 MS), 56, of
Artesia, N.M.; Oct. 22, 2016. Flynn was a consultant
and community pharmacist for Kmart, Walmart and
Rowell Regional Hospital.
1986 updates Dr. Phillip Michael
Boiselle (’ 86 BA) of Highland Beach, Fla., has been
named dean of the Charles E. Schmidt College of
Medicine at Florida Atlantic University. Boiselle,
formerly an associate dean and professor at
Harvard Medical School, focuses his research on
the application of airway-imaging methods to benign
and malignant airway disorders. ◆ Robert Craig
Bryant (’ 86 ABJO) of Carmel, Ind., has received the
Sagamore of the Wabash Award from the Indiana
governor’s office for his leadership as the president
and CEO of the 500 Festival. The 500 Festival is
a not-for-profit organization that produces events
and programs celebrating the Indianapolis 500.
◆ William H. Fuller Jr. (’ 86 BA) of Chesapeake,
Va., has been inducted into the College Football
Hall of Fame. Fuller, a defensive tackle and twice
an All-American who played at UNC from 1980 to
1983, holds the UNC record for career tackles for
loss with 57. Fuller played 13 seasons in the NFL
with the Houston Oilers, Philadelphia Eagles and
San Diego Chargers. He is a manager with Fuller
Consulting Group and has served on the GAA Board
of Directors since 2015.
obituary Anne Denmark Beaty (’ 86 BA), 79,
of Raleigh; Nov. 5, 2016. Beaty led programs at
Springmoor Retirement Community, then became
director of senior adult ministry at Edenton Street
United Methodist Church.
1987 updates Michael David
Bradshaw (’87 BSBA; ’ 94, ’ 93 MS) of Pennington,
N.J., has been named executive-in-residence at the
Institute for Business and Information Technology
at Fox School of Business, Temple University.
Bradshaw is the executive vice president and chief
information officer for NBCUniversal, a member
of IBIT. ◆ Elise Anne Fialkowski (’87 BA) of Paoli,
Pa., was co-chair of the conference committee for
the American Immigration Lawyers Association’s
Though not visible here, a rail line was laid smack through the middle of Polk Place to supply the construction of what originally was called the Men’s
Upper Quad — Grimes, Mangum, Manly and Ruffin dorms (with the Arboretum in the background), all built at once. Today they all house men and
women, except Manly, which is all female. “FOLDER 0449: UPPER QUAD CONSTRUCTION, 24 MARCH 1922,” IN THE UNC IMAGE COLLECTION #P0004, N.C. COLLECTION PHOTO ARCHIVES.