the UNC Investment Fund. She received the GAA’s
Distinguished Service Medal in 2011.
obituaries Susan Morris Garvin (’ 77 BSPHR),
62, of Newton; Jan. 16, 2017. Garvin retired as a
pharmacist. ◆ Cecil “Glenn” Hargett (’ 77 CGREd),
67, of Wingate; March 23, 2017. Hargett worked
in education administration in the Union County
school system. He also was a licensed real estate
agent and appraiser, and he owned and operated an
antique store. ◆ Stanley Oliver Hewins (’ 77 MPH),
69, of New Braunfels, Texas; March 28, 2017.
Hewins served in the Air Force for 22 years. He later
worked as an environmental toxicologist for several
government contractors and the Air Force Center
for Environmental Excellence before returning to his
first career as a veterinarian, practicing at several
1978 updates Alan Lorenzo “A.C.”
Caldwell (’ 78 BSIR) of Kernersville, and Steven
Danny Skolsky (’ 78, ’ 82 BA) of Chapel Hill have
been appointed to the UNC Board of Visitors.
Caldwell, a former NFL player with the Los Angeles
Rams and New York Giants, recently retired as
head of civic engagement at Reynolds American. He
received the Winston-Salem Chronicle’s Community
Service Award in 2016 and is a past member of
the GAA Board of Directors (2008–11). Skolsky is a
principal at Expis Partners, a strategic life science
consultancy. ◆ Ronald Gerard Penny (’ 78 JD) of
Clayton has been named secretary of revenue
for North Carolina following four months, January
through April 2017, as acting secretary. Penny, an
adjunct professor at Campbell University, is a former
associate professor and chair of the department of
public administration at N.C. Central University and
former state director of personnel. ◆ A. Douglas
Rothwell (’ 78, ’ 80 MPA) of Ann Arbor, Mich., has
been named chair of the UNC Board of Visitors.
Rothwell is the president and CEO of Business
Leaders for Michigan.
obituary Rosemary Smith Marlowe (’ 78 BSN),
69, of Lenoir; April 25, 2017. Marlowe retired as a
nurse case manager for Caldwell Memorial Hospital.
Previously, she worked as a nurse at Ohio State
University Hospital, UNC Memorial Hospital and
Duke Medical Center. At UNC, she was a Johnston
Scholar and belonged to Sigma Theta Tau.
1979 updates Susan Hulse Archbell
(’ 79 BA) of Kitty Hawk has been appointed to the
UNC Board of Visitors. Archbell is a financial adviser
with Edward Jones. ◆ Karol Virginia Mason (’ 79
BA) of Atlanta has been named president of the
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, part of the City
University of New York system. Mason, a former
assistant U.S. attorney general, is the first woman
and African-American to serve as president of the
college. She is a former member of the GAA Board
of Directors (1995–96).
1980 updates Gregory Fontenot
(’ 80 MA) of Lansing, Kan., has published The First
Infantry Division and the U.S. Army Transformed:
Road to Victory in Desert Storm, 1970–1991.
Fontenot, a retired Army colonel, recounts the
history of the 1st Infantry Division from 1970
through Operation Desert Storm, illustrating the
dramatic changes in doctrine, training, equipment
and culture that occurred in the Army in the 1970s
and ’80s and addressing the impact of those
changes manifest in the 1991 military action of
the Gulf War. ◆ Brian Thomas Marley (’ 80 BSBA)
of Charlotte has been appointed to the UNC
Board of Visitors. Marley, who retired in 2014 as
executive vice president and CFO for Belk, serves
on the Belk Foundation investment committee
and on the business advisory council for the Belk
College of Business at UNC-Charlotte. ◆ William L.
Scarborough Jr. (’ 80, ’ 79 BSBA) of Kobe, Japan, has
been named director of finance and operations at
Canadian Academy in Kobe. Scarborough recently
completed nine years with the Singapore American
A few of Carolina’s 5,158 first-year and transfer students squeezed into Carmichael Arena in August for New Student Convocation, where they recited
the honor pledge and sang (or at least locked arms and swayed to) Hark the Sound.