Gaming Group. Barnes is president of Carolina
Barnes Capital, a boutique investment bank.
obituaries Elizabeth Gordy Arvidson (’ 71
MPH), 70, of Mill Valley, Calif.; Jan. 2, 2017. As
a health-care coordinator, educator and patient
advocate with Kaiser Permanente, Arvidson
developed protocols now widely used for breast
cancer patients. She volunteered with numerous
community groups and loved ballroom dancing. ◆
James Herbert Hattaway Jr. (’ 71 BA), 68, of Maui,
Hawaii; Jan. 10, 2017. Hattaway was a chiropractor,
twice appointed by Hawaii’s governor to the state
chiropractic board of examiners. ◆ N. Davis Helms
Jr. (’ 71 BSBA), 67, of Signal Mountain, Tenn.; Dec. 4,
2016. Helms was vice president of Hartford Carpets
in Chattanooga and general manager of Modern
Carpets in Poteau, Okla. He also sold insurance. At
UNC, he was a member of Kappa Sigma. ◆ C. Allen
Summerlin III (’ 72 BSBA), 69, of Kinston; Dec. 13,
2016. As president of First Financial Savings Bank,
Summerlin guided the institution through the real
estate crisis of the late 1980s and negotiated its
sale to BB&T. Most recently, he joined Goldsboro
Milling Co. as controller. He served in the Marines
in the Vietnam War. ◆ Nancy Hutchison Upadhye
(’ 71 MSW), 69, of Salinas, Calif.; Dec. 24, 2016.
Upadhye worked for Monterey County Family and
Children Services, advocating for foster youth, and
sang with Monterey Peninsula Voices.
1972 obituary Judith Weis Moffitt
(’ 72 BA), 76, of Richmond, Va.; July 23, 2016.
Moffitt worked as director of nursing for Westwood
Manor Nursing Center in Louisiana.
1973 update Guy “Stephen” Davis
(’ 73 MA) of Marietta, Ga., has published A Long
and Bloody Task: The Atlanta Campaign from Dalton
through Kennesaw to the Chattahoochee, May 5–July
18, 1864, part of the Emerging Civil War Series,
published by Savas Beatie. Davis, a former book
review editor for Blue & Gray magazine, recounts
the advance of federal armies under Gen. William
Tecumseh Sherman to strike Atlanta.
obituaries Eugene Adair Hattfield (’ 73 MA,
’ 79 PhD), 72, of Jonesboro, Ga.; Jan. 12, 2017.
Hattfield retired from Clayton State University as
professor emeritus of history. He traveled to Chile
and Argentina on a Fulbright-Hays grant and held
leadership positions in the Democratic Party at
the state and local level. In the Vietnam War, he
served in the Army. ◆ Margaret Carlene Judy (’ 73,
’ 72 MEd), 70, of Winston-Salem; Dec. 12, 2016.
Despite an accident in her senior year at Berea
College in Kentucky that left her quadriplegic, Judy
lived and worked independently for 47 years, holding
jobs in California and the Carolinas. She retired
from Wachovia Bank in Winston-Salem. She grew
up mostly in South Korea, where her parents were
missionaries, and graduated from Seoul Foreign
High School. ◆ Elizabeth Gladstone Lyon (’ 73 BA),
63, of Winston-Salem; May 12, 2016. A multifaceted
entrepreneur, Lyon ran a home-based clothing
business and was known for her distinctive hats.
1974 update Jeffery Randle “Randy”
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