RE TROSPEC T: circa 1977
One of the tensest months in UNC’s history began here in February 1969 when employees of Lenoir Hall’s Pine Room walked off their jobs to protest
working conditions. Nearly a decade later, it was a peaceful place to relax between classes, if never a world-class culinary emporium.
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Board of Trial Advocates, an organization created
in 1957 to ensure the preservation of the civil jury
trial. Cunningham is a shareholder in Domnick
Cunningham & Whalen. ◆ Randall Garrett Kenan
(’ 85 BA) of Hillsborough has received the 2017 Sam
Ragan Fine Arts Award from St. Andrews University
in Laurinburg. Kenan’s fiction focuses on what it
means to be black and gay in the southern United
States. He is a professor in the department of
English and comparative literature at UNC.
1986 updates Dr. Roy DeVonne Flood
Jr. (’ 86 BSBIO; ’ 91, ’ 90 MD) of Savannah, Ga.,
has joined SouthCoast Health as a cardiologist.
For the past 12 years, Flood has been in private
practice in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, where
he started a cardiac catheterization lab. ◆ Tracy
Evans Poole (’ 86 BSBA) of Charlotte, writing under
the pen name Tracy Brody, has been named by the
Romance Writers of America as a finalist for the
2017 Golden Heart Award in the romantic suspense
category for her book Shot Down. Poole received
the Golden Heart, which recognizes excellence
in unpublished romance fiction manuscripts, in
this category in 2015 and 2016. Winners will be
announced in July at the annual Romance Writers of
America Conference in Orlando, Fla. ◆ Paula Brown
Stafford (’ 86 BSPH, ’ 92 MPH) of Chapel Hill has
been named chief development officer for Novan,
a late-stage pharmaceuticals company. Stafford
has served as president of clinical development
at Quintiles (now QuintilesIMS) and continues to
serve as a director at Health Decisions and adjunct
professor in public health leadership at the UNC
Gillings School of Global Public Health.
obituaries Charles Kenyon Hubbard (’ 86 BA,
’ 89 JD), 52, of Kings Mountain; March 10, 2017.
Hubbard began his legal career in the Gaston
County District Attorney’s Office before going into
private practice. At UNC, he was a Johnston Scholar.
◆ Marcy Bradshaw Stewart (’ 86 BSPT), 53, of
Unionville; March 13, 2017. Stewart was a physical
therapist for more than two decades.
1987 updates Charles Marc Abbey
(’ 87 BSBA) of Edgewater, Md., and his business
partners have sold their payments consulting firm,
First Annapolis Consulting, to Accenture and have
joined Accenture as managing directors. ◆ Mary
Moore Hamrick (’ 87 MBA, ’ 87 JD) of Arlington,
Va., has been named chair of the alumni council
for UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. Hamrick is
the national managing principal of public policy for
Grant Thornton and serves as the firm’s liaison with
members of Congress. ◆ Steven Troy Marshall (’ 87
BA) of Albertville, Ala., has been appointed the 48th
attorney general of Alabama. Previously, Marshall
served as district attorney for Marshall County,
elected in 2004 and re-elected in 2010 and 2016.
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1988 updates Stacey Lynn Kraftchick
(’88 BA) of Clemmons has been named of counsel
with Tuggle Duggins. ◆ Teresa Marguerite
Kriegsman (’88 ABJO, ’09 CERT, ’ 14 MA) of Raleigh
has been promoted to creative director for S&A
Communications. Kriegsman, who worked for The
News & Observer in Raleigh for 20-plus years, began
her tenure at S&A as a senior graphic designer and
then as director of digital strategy and design.
obituary Timothy Gilbert Hoag (’88), 50, of