RE TROSPEC T: 1947
Moments: Everyday Mindfulness for Real People,
a book about slowing down and finding joy in the
everyday rush. Carter is an executive coach, speaker
and author. ◆ J. Matthew Martin (’ 82 BA, ’ 85
JD) of Asheville has been elected secretary of the
board of trustees for The National Judicial College.
Martin is an administrative law judge with the Social
Security Administration and serves as the first
American Bar Association Tribal Courts Fellow.
marriage James B. McDuffie (’ 82 ABJO, ’ 93
MA) and Amy Lynn Tidovsky of Raleigh.
obituaries Beth Marie Bryant (’ 82 BA, ’ 85
JD), 56, of Wilmington; Aug. 11, 2016. Bryant had
a private law practice in Wilmington. Previously, she
was corporate counsel for State Farm Insurance
and worked for Johnson Lambeth and Van Winkle &
Associates. At UNC, she was a Morehead Scholar.
◆ Kathryn R. Goodfriend (’ 82 BA), 57, of Matthews;
June 13, 2017. Goodfriend volunteered with Reston
Community Center and the Northern Virginia Fine
Arts Festival, among other organizations. At UNC,
she belonged to Delta Phi Epsilon and student
government. ◆ Carol Nasca-Wilhelm (’ 82, ’ 81
MS), 58, of Buffalo, N. Y.; Sept. 28, 2016. Nasca-
Wilhelm retired after more than 20 years as grants
coordinator for the Buffalo Municipal Housing
Authority. Previously, she was executive director
of West Side Community Services, worked for the
Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority and taught
at St. Mary’s School for the Deaf.
1983 update Louann Yeattes
Bronstein (’ 83 BA) of Savannah, Ga., has been
named a partner in the corporate practice group at
obituaries Kendall Ray McDonald (’ 83 BA),
55, of Charlotte; July 21, 2017. McDonald worked in
social services. ◆ Winfried Joseph Scholl-Hess (’ 83
MS), 63, of Fulton, N. Y.; July 7, 2017. Scholl-Hess
was a vocational rehabilitation counsellor for the
1984 updates Sheila P. Hochhauser
(’ 84 JD) of Wilmington, Del., has retired as a district
magistrate judge in Riley County, Kan. In addition to
a private practice, Hochhauser was in the Kansas
House for eight years and taught business law at
Kansas State University. ◆ W. Grayson Powell
(’ 84 BA) of Wilmington has been appointed to the
advisory board for Coldwell Banker Commercial.
Grayson has been a partner at Coldwell Banker
Commercial SunCoast since 2005.
World War II veterans taking advantage of the GI Bill had almost doubled Carolina’s enrollment by 1947, and to house them the University threw up 36
Quonset huts where Cobb dorm now stands. This hut is perhaps not as sharp as the Army would have required.
PHOTO: “FOLDER 0409: QUONSET HUTS, 1947 AND UNDATED: SCAN 1,” IN THE UNC IMAGE COLLECTION #P0004, N.C. COLLECTION PHOTO ARCHIVES, UNC.
obituaries Dr. James Eustace Bizzell II (’ 84
MD), 66, of Dallas; May 8, 2017. Bizzell practiced
radiation oncology in Texas. ◆ Sally Carolyn Hand
(’ 84, ’ 83 MSLS), 57, of Burlington, Vt.; July 8, 2017.
Hand retired as law librarian for Holland & Knight in
Washington, D.C. Previously, she was a tax librarian
for Deloitte & Touche. She volunteered with N. Y.
Cares and Read To Me, a children’s literacy program
in Queens. She also was a patient advocate at
University of Vermont Medical Center and volunteered
at the children’s branch of the Burlington Public
Library. At UNC, she belonged to Hillel Foundation.
◆ Mary Hooker Taylor (’ 84), 57, of Greensboro;
June 18, 2017. Taylor was vice president of
communications for the High Point branch of
Steinreich Communications. Previously, she worked
in marketing for Pace Communications and Volvo
Finance and was senior editor for Triad Business
News. At UNC, she belonged to Delta Delta Delta.
1985 updates Fred Alan Cunningham
(’ 85; ’ 88 JD) of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., has
received the Centurion Award, along with a Silver
Eagle Award for leadership in fundraising, from
the Florida Justice Association. Cunningham, a
shareholder in Domnick Cunningham & Whalen,
is a former president of the association and has
received awards for leadership and commitment to