editor-in-chief of Tempus magazine, Town Magazine,
G and Grand Strand Magazine. ◆ Susan Swindell
Carter (’ 79 BSIR) of Durham has been named
executive vice president investment strategy for
Ram Realty Advisors. Before joining Ram Realty,
Carter was CEO of The Eastport Group, a real
estate consulting firm she founded, and was the
first director of real estate for the N.C. Retirement
System. ◆ Deborah Jane Moose (’ 79 ABJO) of
Raleigh has been named a food writer for Senior
Correspondent, a digital news venture. Moose, the
author of six cookbooks, also writes a monthly
column for The News & Observer.
obituaries Sandra Bevel Robinson (’ 79 BA;
’ 82, ’ 81 MS), 75, of Dallas; Dec. 21, 2016. An
audiologist, Robinson was director of audiology at
ENT Associates. ◆ William Adamson Sloan (’ 79,
’ 78 MS), 77, of Alliance, Ohio; April 7, 2016. Sloan
taught astrophysics and solar physics at Mount
Union College and later worked at the Alliance
Research Center. After retiring, he pursued his
passion for piano tuning.
1980 update Elizabeth Hipp Tyler (’ 80)
of Aurora has retired after 28 years in real estate in
the Washington, D.C./Annapolis, Md., area and now is
affiliated with Coldwell Banker Willis-Smith in Oriental.
obituaries Mark David Annas (’ 80, ’ 79 MSW),
61, of Raleigh; April 29, 2016. A Montana native,
Annas was a social worker with the Department of
Veterans Affairs. ◆ William Randolph Pippin (’ 80
MEd), 74, of Virginia Beach, Va.; Jan. 24, 2017.
Pippin taught elementary school and helped create
the Virginia Beach school system’s television
station. He also pioneered audio-visual and media
production programs in the schools.
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1981 obituary William “Tripp”
Nichols III (’ 81 BA), 57, of Acworth, Ga.; May 20,
2016. Nichols directed television news programs
at WRAL in Raleigh and later at WXIA in Atlanta. He
freelanced for Turner Broadcasting and wrote two
1982 updates Jill Bridgette Hamilton
(’ 82 BSN, ’ 89 MSN, ’01 PhD) of Chapel Hill
represented UNC at the inauguration of Claire E.
Sterk as president of Emory University in February.
Hamilton is a former assistant professor at the UNC
School of Nursing. ◆ Steven Brent Long (’ 82 BSBA)
of Raleigh has been appointed to the UNC Board of
Governors by the N.C. Senate. Long is a partner in
the law firm Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein. ◆ Terry
White Worrell (’ 82 ABEd, ’ 93 EdD) of Greensboro
has received the 2017 Distinguished Educator
Award from the N.C. Association for Supervision and
Curriculum Development. Worrell, superintendent
for Asheboro city schools, was recognized for her
success in improving academic proficiency through
her theme of “Learning that doesn’t end at 3: 30,”
spearheading the district’s first dual-language
immersion program and opening the Asheboro High
School Early College Academy.
obituary Marianne Bibby Hardison (’ 82), 61,
of Raleigh; Feb. 10, 2017. Hardison managed her
husband’s concierge medical practice. She was a
violinist and artist.
1983 obituary Kenneth Pitts Maddox
III (’ 83 BA), 56, of Greensboro; Dec. 5, 2016.
Maddox made his career in real estate sales and
development. At UNC, he was a member of Phi
1984 updates Raymond Stafford
Crosby (’ 84 BA) of Annapolis, Md., has received
the 2017 Influential Marylanders Award for
his leadership in the field of communications.
Crosby is president and CEO of Crosby Marketing
Communications, a firm named a Top Workplace
2016 by The Baltimore Sun. ◆ Charles Anthony
“Tony” Smith (’ 84 BA) of Irvine, Calif., has been
named associate dean of academic affairs for the
division of continuing education at the University of
California – Irvine. Smith is a professor of political
science at the university.
1985 updates Fred Alan Cunningham
(’ 85; ’ 88 JD) of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., has
been selected as a member of the American