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Volume 17, Number 3
Spring 1995

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Class Notes

30s
'33
Fitzhugh C. Moore (AGRN) attended the 50th celebration of the liberation of Luxembourg by the 5th armored division, of which he was a part during World War II (HCR, Box 241, Woodport Farm, Hartfield, VA 23071).

'38
Michael N. Salgo (CE) was named an honorary member of the American Society of Civil Engineers for a career in which he pioneered numerous innovations in naval and broadcast engineering (11367-2818 76th Ave., Flushing, NY 11367).

40s
'49
Lauren F. Corr (BIOL) retired from the DuPont Co. in Camden, S.C. (2205 Moultrie Rd., Camden, SC 29020).
Charles M. Forbes (IEOR), vice president for development and alumni relations at the University of Delaware, was inducted into the Academy of Distinguished Alumni of the Virginia Tech Industrial and Systems Engineering Dept. (17 Downs Dr., Wilmington, DE 19807).
Aldo A. Modena (BAD) retired as president and chief executive officer of the Flat Top National Bank of Bluefield after 40 years' service. He is now director of the FCFT Inc. Holding Co. and each of its four affiliate banks (4 Windsor Cir. Dr., Bluefield, VA 24605).

50s
'51
Robert S. Fulghum (BACT) is assistant chairman of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at ECU School of Medicine (P.O. Box 512, Greenville, NC 27853).
Cecil G. Goad (CE) was inducted into the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Headquarters Gallery of Distinguished Civilians. He served as chief of operations and readiness in Washington from 1981 until retirement in 1987 (322 Ayito Rd. SE, Vienna, VA 22180).
B.N. McManaway (IE) has retired as a senior project manager after 22 years with Joseph A. Sedlak Management Consultants Inc. (400 Heather Marie Dr., Hendersonville, NC 28792).
'52
Arthur L. Dillon Jr. (BAD) retired from the Department of Veterans' Affairs as a real estate appraiser (202 Dove Ave., Sebring, FL 33872).
Cecil R. Maxson Jr. (BC) is business consultant to the Virginia Biotechnology Research Park in Richmond, Va. (4716 Whitestone Dr., Richmond, VA 23234).
Thomas D. Steele (AGRN) was a member of Culver Military Academy's undefeated eight-man with coxswain crew team of 1943. More than 50 years later he joined the same team to row in the Masters National Championships in Augusta, Ga. (1840 Roanoke Rd., Daleville, VA 24083).
'53
Delbert A. Davis (GSC) retired from Burlington Industries. He is consulting with his own small firm with UniRoyal Plastics Corp. (9042 Foxlair Dr., Kernersville, NC 27284).
'54
Charles W. Strang Jr. (GBUS), director of the New Mexico Community Economic Development Leadership Institute, was a visiting professor at Ort Braude-International College of Technology in Karmiel, Israel (4257 N. Swan St., Silver City, NM 88061).
'56
Donald L. Sage (IE) retired as engineering manager with AT&T after 38 years. He was elected by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers to serve a three-year term on the Computer and Automated Systems Assoc. Board of Advisors (1930 Castlebridge Rd., Midlothian, VA 23113).
'57
Bobby C. Layman (IE) retired from the Naval Surface Warfare Center at Dahlgren, Va. He is doing part-time consulting with Analysis and Technology Inc. in Dahlgren (P.O. Box 1032, Dahlgren, VA 22448).
'59
David L. Overman (ME) retired as chief of mechanical systems branch of Army Research Laboratories, Adelphi, Md. He is with Electronics Development Corp., Columbia, Md. (1909 Blackbriar St., Silver Spring, MD 20903).
Richard Schoeller Jr. (ME), a retiree of the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, has received the Navy Distinguished Civilian Service Award (3115 Starboard Dr., Annapolis, MD 21403).

60s
'60
Richard T. Crowder (AGEC) has joined DEKALB Genetics Corp. as senior vice president, responsible for the company's international seed operations (17720 6th Ave. N, Plymouth, MN 55447).
'61
Edward Craze Jr. (ME) is retired from Philip Morris USA (4816 Whitestone Dr., Richmond, VA 23234).
William O. Pratt (ASE) retired from Federal Civil Service (Department of USN) after 31 years and now works at Lowe's Chanceller. He campaigned statewide for the U.S. Senate Seat in Virginia as a write-in candidate (6701 Shallow Creek Ct., Spotsylvania, VA 22553).
'62
Carroll G. Dudley (EE) was appointed Deputy Director of the MO&DS Directorate at NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center (9003 Orbit Ln., Seabrook, MD 20706).
'63
David Finkleman (ASE) was one of seven U.S. Department of Defense employees to receive the Distinguished Civilian Service award for 1994 (1620 Big Valley Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80919).
'64
William T. Andersen (BAD) was selected deputy chief disbursing officer, Department of Treasury (5529 Hawthorne Place NW, Washington, DC 20016).
Arthur W. Matson III(HIST) was accepted for graduate studies at Antioch New England Graduate School in Keene, N.H., and is pursuing a Ph.D. in clinical psychology (6 Gove Rd., Brentwood, NH 03833).
David M. Newkirk (CE) is mill manager for Westvaco in Covington, Va. (Rt. 1, Box 126, Clifton Forge, VA 24422).
'65
Charles L. Bailey (ME) was appointed a vice president with Tennessee Eastman Division (1470 Lebanon Rd., Kingsport, TN 37663).
Robert E. Schwerzel (CHEM) has been named a senior research faculty leader in advanced photonic materials at Georgia Tech Research Institute, Georgia Institute of Technology (540 Dartington Way, Alpharetta, GA 30202).
James W. Workman (EE) retired from the U.S. Interior Department after 33 years with federal agencies. He has joined Owens & Co. Realtors at Smith Mountain Lake, Va. (115 Wagon Wheel Tr., Moneta, VA 24121).
'66
Melvin J. Katz (PSCI), district manager for Pfizer Laboratories in Virginia and eastern North Carolina, was elected to the board of the American Heart Assoc. for the greater Richmond metropolitan area (1353 Hermitage Rd., Manakin Sabot, VA 23103).
Richard L. Kendrick (MKTG), director of financial services at Clinch Valley College, was listed in Who's Who in the World and Who's Who in Finance and Industry for 1994-95 (P.O. Box 1018, Norton, VA 24273).
'67
Jerel T. Boone (ARCH) was named president of J. Hyatt Hammond Associates. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and of the board of directors of the North Carolina Piedmont section (3823 S. Church St., Burlington, NC 27215).
Robert A. Boynton (ARCH) was appointed to the Architect Registration Examination Committee, Division I: Construction Documents and Services, of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (8905 Old Holly Rd., Richmond, VA 23235).
Gary W. Smith (GSC), chartered life underwriter and financial consultant at CM Financial Associates in Wayne, Pa., has been recognized nationally as a qualifier for Professional Achievement in Continuing Education (942 Heatherstone Dr., Berwyn, PA 19312).
'68
Louis L. Brooking Jr. (AGRN), owner of Brookmade Sod Farms, is president of the Turfgrass Producers International, formerly the American Sod Producers Assoc. (Rt. 1, Box 547, Doswell, VA 23047).
Robert L. Kaman (BION) is the editor of Worksite Health Promotion Economics, Consensus and Analysis, a publication of the Assoc. for Worksite Health Promotion (4109 Micki Lynn, Fort Worth, TX76107).
'69
Raymond A. Booth (CE), Lynchburg director of Public Works, was awarded the Crozet Award by the Virginia Society of Professional Engineers (206 Dean St., Lynchburg, VA 24502).

70s
'70
Vaughn E. Gdula(CHE) was promoted to project manager with Chevron El Segundo Refinery (1346 Glenmare Ct., Westlake Village, CA 91361).
Dixie M. Griffin Jr.(CE) has received the University Senate Chair Award from Louisiana Tech (209 Pinecrest N, Ruston, LA 71270).
'71
Larry L. Benyshek (ANSC), professor of animal science at the University of Georgia, was awarded the American Society of Animal Science's Award for Excellence in Breeding and Genetics (40 N. Stratford Dr., Athens, GA 30605).
John H. McGehee II (EE) was elected TI Fellow for the semiconductor group at Texas Instruments Inc. (2903 Wyndham Ln., Richardson, TX 75082).
'72
Howard L. Clements III (EE) is a principal software analyst with E-Systems Melpar Division in Falls Church, Va. (10428 Stallworth Ct., Fairfax, VA 22032).
H. Dean Sutphin (AGED) was named associate dean for academic programs for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University (1083 Ellis Hollow Rd., Ithaca, NY 14850).
'73
Steven P. Clark (CE) is an associate and manager with Dewberry & Davis and oversees architectural/engineering consulting services to public and private sector clients throughout Virginia (617 Sherringfield Terr., Chesapeake, VA 23320).
Lt. Col. Danny K. Clifton (HPE), USAF, is squadron commander of the 354th Fighter Squadron "Bulldogs" at McChord AFB, Tacoma, Wash., and flies the A-10 Thunderbolt II (400 E. 8th St., Tacoma, WA 98439).
John G. Perdue (ME) was appointed to superintendent, refrigeration & services department, with Eastman Chemical Co. (P.O. Box 245, Kingsport, TN 37662).
'74
Everette L. Herndon Jr. (BC) retired from the Civil Engineer Corps, U.S. Navy, as a commander after a 20-year career. He has accepted a position with VIRTEXCO Corp. in Norfolk, Va. (1405 Round Hill Dr., Virginia Beach, VA 23456).
Thomas D. Mull (ME) is president of the Carolina Consulting Group Inc., Garner, N.C. (503 Tiffany Cir., Garner, NC 27529).
Deborah Walker Reed (HEED) is employed by Henrico County Public Schools (10234 Acworth Dr., Glen Allen, VA 23060).
'75
John W. Parrish III (FW) was elected president of the Independent Turf and Ornamental Distributor's Assoc. (4721 Thoroughgood Dr., Virginia Beach, VA 23455).
Michael E. Payne (PSCI), a faculty member of the College of Management and Business at the National-Louis University's Northern Virginia/Washington, D.C. Academic Center, was presented its Excellence In Service Award (3032 Burchlawn St., Herndon, VA 22071).
Garry C. Zettersten (PSCI) was promoted to chief of design branch, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, after 10 years living and working in Germany (9105 Dunloggin Rd., Ellicott City, MD 21042).
'76
William L. Bowser (MGT) has started a new business--Regent Systems Inc.--in Dayton, Ohio, performing analytical and systems solutions for government and industry (838 Southford Ave., Dayton, OH 45429).
Mary Chalmers Huebner (ARCH) has joined Stone Marraccini Patterson as architect and CADD manager (6300 Alamo, Saint Louis, MO 63105).
Douglas W. Johnson (BIOL), a partner in the Florida Radiation Oncology Group, was awarded fellowship in the American College of Radiology. He was promoted to colonel in the USAF Reserves (8265 Riding Club Rd., Jacksonville, FL 32256).
David J. Liberatore (ME) was named director of product assurance for Alliant Techsystems, Accudyne Operations (3115 Randolph Rd., Janesville, WI 53546).
Cmdr. Barbara A. Marmann (EDPE), USN, was promoted to her present rank while serving with U.S. Central Command, MacDill Air Force Base, Fla. (1201 Hybla Rd., Richmond, VA 23235).
George T. Turman Jr. (ECON) entered the candidacy stage of his Ph.D. in taxation program at Virginia Commonwealth University (229 Jackson Dr., Charlottesville, VA 22902).
D. Michael Weaver (ARCH) was named architectural project manager at Thompson + Litton, an engineering, architectural, and planning firm based in Wise, Va. (4571 Old Stage Rd., Kingsport, TN 37664).
'77
Richard M. DiSalvo Jr. (CE) was named a partner with Draper Aden Associates, an engineering, planning, and surveying firm (2805 Heritage Ln., Blacksburg, VA 24060).
John A. Dunbar Jr. (GEOP) is a professor of geology at Baylor University in Waco, Texas (8255 Lone Star Parkway, Crawford, TX 76638).
William J. Shields (AGED) was elected county Farmers Home Administration committee member (7382 Bullbeggar Rd., Oak Hall, VA 23416).
E. Herbert Thompson (EDCI) was part of a three-person team that wrote and presented a research paper at the annual meeting of the Assoc. of Small Computer Users in Education (P.O. Box 34, Emory, VA 24327).
'78
Humbert J. Lertora III (PSYC) is a program manager for a substance abuse treatment and prevention program for the U.S. Army with a company called S.A.I.C. in Hanau, Germany (CMR 470, APO AE, 09165).
'79
Robert Bruce Hull IV (FW) is associate professor of forestry at Virginia Tech (1405 Valleyview Dr., Blacksburg, VA 24060).
John R. Kelm (PSCI) is senior vice president and chief operating officer for Wallace's Bookstores Inc., a college textbook and university bookstore-leasing firm based in Lexington, Ky. (696 Halifax Dr., Lexington, KY 40503).
Michael P. McCann (AOE) is flying the F-16 with the Puerto Rico Air National Guard (3208 Calgary St., Melbourne, FL 32935).
Jane Noel Rice (MGT) received an M.S. in education supervision from Longwood College. She was appointed to the Charlotte County School Board and serves on the Virginia Department of Education's Business Restructuring Task Force (Rt. 1, Box 215, Phenix, VA 23959).
Lt. Cmdr Eric J. Shaw (PSYC), USCG, is assigned to the Naval War College in Newport, R.I., and is pursuing an M.A. in national security and strategic studies. He received an M.S. in operations research from the University of New Haven (178 Ruggles Ave., Newport, RI 02840).
Theodore C. Shelton III (ME) was appointed facilities management specialist for the NWS Test and Evaluation Branch at Sterling, Va. He obtained universal certification from EPA to work with all types of refrigeration equipment (P.O. Box 1567, Leesburg, VA 22075).
Stephen J. Skripak (FIN) is vice president of finance and chief financial officer for Hygrade Food Products Inc., a division of Sara Lee Corp. (35620 Muirwood Sq., Apt. 8-106, Flint Hills, MI 48335).
Douglas C. Smith (FW) was named marketing manager, liquid packaging board, with the Paper Technology Division of Hercules Inc. (Rt. 2, Box 64-C, Landenberg, PA 19350).

80s
'80
Cmdr. Howard R. Lind (STAT), USN, returned aboard the destroyer USS Caron from the Caribbean Sea and the Straits of Florida as part of the rescue operations for Cuban migrants fleeing to America (1230 Stoneham Ct., McLean, VA 22101).
Walter H. Peake III (ENGL), a partner in the law firm of Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore, was re-appointed to the Virginia State Bar's Bar and Media Relations Committee (2729 Stephenson Ave. SW, Roanoke, VA 24014).
Terry L. Stoehr (POUL) is human resources manager with Wampler Longacre Inc. (Rt. 1, Box 445, Timberville, VA 22853).
'81
Elizabeth Farley Berry (MKTG) received a B.S. in nursing from Wright State University in June (907 Crestmont Dr., Dayton, OH 45431).
James E. Blacken Jr. (BIOC) is a sales support engineer with the EcoSystems business group of the Compuware Corp. (2313 Huntington Ln., Apt. B, Redondo Beach, CA 90278).
Julie Bearinger Bogart (FIN) is senior process consultant for Sprint International in Reston, Va. (P.O. Box 87, Aldie, VA 22001).
Mark J. Bogart (MGT) is a branch chief and contracting officer with the Defense Information Systems Agency in Arlington, Va. (P.O. Box 87, Aldie, VA 22001).
Frank H. Cowling Jr. (MKTG) was appointed vice president-director of Shopping Center Management with S.L. Nusbaum Realty Co. (205 Marsh Island Dr., Chesapeake, VA 23320).
Lt. Mark F. Eddy (MKTG), USN, has returned from operations off the coast of Haiti aboard the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (3729 South Blvd., Virginia Beach, VA 23452).
Linda A. Knight (EDPE) was promoted to coordinator of recreational services at Emory University (3023 Flamingo Dr., Decatur, GA 30033).
Greg R. Lemieux (CHE) is plant engineer for Stepan Co., a manufacturer of surfactants, in Fieldsboro, N.J. (17 Masters Circle, Marlton, N.J. 08053).
'82
Marianne Rago Dillon (MKTG) is employed with Weichert Realtors (1115 Jack Rd., Yardley, PA 19067).
Charles R. Healy (MKTG) is the northern district sales manager for Wm. C. Brown Publishers (344 Charles Dr., Cheshire, CT 06410).
Horace L. Lamb Jr. (ACCT) has been named tax director for the Norfolk office of Price Waterhouse (218 S. Blake Rd., Norfolk, VA 23505).
Ralph G. Lampert Jr. (COMM) has formed Lampert Construction Inc., a "Class A" commercial and industrial general contracting company. He is the president of the Associated General Contractors of Virginia, Tidewater Chapter (2416 Indian Hill Rd., Virginia Beach, VA 23455).
Jeffrey D. Martens (PHIL) is assistant professor of computer science at Hood College in Frederick, Md. (20227 Waterside Dr., Germantown, MD 20874).
Michael W. Read (PSYC) was promoted to director of planning/financial analysis with Virginia Credit Union League (P.O. Box 624, Forest, VA 24551).
Kevin E. Seward (FW) was promoted to manager of Western Red Cedar Marketing for Macmillan Bloedel Ltd. He is working at corporate headquarters in Vancouver, B.C. (1069 Douglas Cir., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6H 1V4 ).
Rebecca W. Yates (ELED) is a teacher in the Fairfax County, Va., school system (9712 Rossetti Ct., Burke, VA 22015).
'83
Richard L. Chandler (ECON), marketing manager with Hill's Pet Nutrition, has earned the Certified Management Accountant designation from the Institute of Certified Management Accountants (c/o Hill's Pet Nutrition, P.O. Box 148, Topeka, KS 66601).
David D. Curfman (CE), a criteria manager for waterfront facilities, was chosen Engineer of the Year for the Atlantic Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (501 Fairfield Dr., Chesapeake, VA 23320).
Stephen R. Dellers (ME) is a principal in the consulting firm of HDH Construction Consultants which specializes in providing dispute avoidance, mitigation, and resolution services to the construction industry (17 9th St., Apt. 2, Locust Valley, NY 11560).
Valerie A. Eickelberger (EE) received an M.S. in architecture from the University of Maryland, College Park. She is employed with Rippeteau Architects, P.C., in Washington, D.C. (6100 43rd St., Hyattsville, MD 20781).
Jeffrey D. Ingram (POUL) received an M.S. in education from Middle Tennessee State University (1211 Falling Tree Ct., Murfreesboro, TN 37130).
Lorri Cox Murphy (ACCT) is self employed as a CPA/auditor (616 Balmoral Rd., Winter Park, FL 32789).
Joel S. Rudy (HIST) received an M.L.S. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, N.C. (2392 Airport Dr., Apt. 2, Athens, GA 30605).
Andrew T. Stahling (ANSC) is owner/broker of Cedar Creek Realty Inc. (230 Sterling Creek Ln., Rockville, VA 23146).
Brian A. Talbert (AGED) is a visiting assistant professor in agricultural education at Purdue University (1730-F McCormick Rd., West Lafayette, IN 47906).
Nancy Vannoy Totten (FIN) is an administrative officer with the American Embassy in Riyadh (U.S. Embassy Riyadh, Unit 61307, APO AE, 09803).
Carlos F. Valeiras (AOE) received the William Michael Shermet Award at the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia for academic excellence, competitive responsible spirit, and service (501 Berwick Ct., Charlottesville, VA 22901).
'84
Joy M. Bourhill (FCD), graduate student in social work at Case Western Reserve University's Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, returned from a three-week project in Romania training social workers (152 Birch Tree Dr., Westwood, MA 02090).
Dana Warren Corsi (BIOL) is the computer support project leader for McKinsey & Co. for the Cleveland/Pittsburgh office complex (31756 Leeward Ct., Avon Lake, OH 44012).
Pamala Miller Gilley (GBUS) is a compliance officer for First National Bank of Ferrum in Ferrum, Va. (118 Belva Ln., Collinsville, VA 24078).
Timothy L. Gilley (ELED) is an eighth-grade teacher at Bassett Middle School in Henry County, Va. (118 Belva Ln., Collinsville, VA 24078).
Capt. Douglas W. McGuire (HIST), U.S. Army, is the Air Intelligence Agency exchange officer to HQ U.S. Army INSCOM at Fort Belvoir (7518 Republic Ct., Apt. 103, Alexandria, VA 22306).
Pamela Sadler-Hom (MATE) received an M.S. in materials engineering from Drexel University (5710 April Journey, Columbia, MD 21044).
Lori Welte Seward (IEOR) successfully completed her written and oral comprehensive exams in March 1994 toward a Ph.D. in math at Colorado School of Mines (1069 Douglas Cir., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6H 1V4 ).
Barry A. Traband (FST) was appointed by the J.M. Smucker Co. to direct technical services for Mrs. Smith's products at its Pottstown, Pa., plant (5 Lexington Manor, Glenmoore, PA 19343).
'85
Fredric R. Eichelman II (CSA) is a computer programmer for Wycliffe Bible Translators (8706 County View Rd., Dallas, TX 75249).
'86
Lucretia A. Cavan (EDSP) is development officer at Columbia University.
S. Bradley Corcoran (URBA) received a Ph.D. in public administration from LaSalle University. He is the town manager of New Market, Va., and is the managing partner of C&M Associates, a development partnership that constructs new subdivisions (P.O. Box 1102, New Market, VA 22844).
Angela Whipple McPhaul (UA) was named principal in charge of marketing for Culinary Advisors, a food-service-facility design and consulting firm with offices in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia (18935 Highstream Dr., Germantown, MD 20874).
Peter L. Mora Sr. (EDCC) was promoted to dean of continuing education and community services at Atlantic Community College (3203 Arctic Ave., Atlantic City, NJ 08401).
W. Scott Ramey (EE), a lead systems engineer for Texas Instruments and a registered professional engineer, received an M.S. from Texas Tech University (8474 Creekside Cir., Frisco, TX 75034).
'87
Allison Askew-Hahn (MKTG) was promoted to general manager for The Virginian-Pilot and The Ledger-Star Electronic Information Services (1211 Larchmont Cres., Norfolk, VA 23508).
Shane P. Daniels Jr. (PSCI) is stationed aboard the guided missile frigate USS Estocin homeported at the Naval Station, Norfolk, Va. (604 Chesopeian Tr., Virginia Beach, VA 23452).
Paula A. DuPrey (SOC) is visiting assistant professor of sociology at Roanoke College (411 Yorkshire St., Apt. 3, Salem, VA 24153).
Michael P. Gill Jr. (CE) is project engineer with Anderson & Associates Inc. engineers and surveyors. He received his M.S. in secondary math education and served two years in the United States Peace Corps (415-A Giles Rd., Blacksburg, VA 24060).
Bryan C. Layman (CE) is a principal engineer with Law Engineering in Chesapeake, Va. (2437 Piney Bark Dr., Virginia Beach, VA 23456).
Somanath Nagendra (EM) has joined the GE Research and Development Center as a mechanical engineer (Apt. 78, Bldg. 9, Tall Oaks, Schenectady, NY 12309).
John J. Purcell III (ME), product leader at Cummins Midrange Engine Technical Center, received an M.S. in mechanical engineering from Purdue University (116 N. Wolfcreek Rd., Columbus, IN 47201).
Bradford J. Stipes (CE) is project manager with Anderson & Associates Inc., Blacksburg, Va.-based engineers, planners, and surveyors (Anderson & Associates, 100 Ardmore St., Blacksburg, VA 24060).
David L. Tarnoff (EE) is a manufacturing engineer in the department of technology in East Tennessee State University's College of Applied Science and Technology (306 1/2 Ardmore St., Blacksburg, VA 24060).
'88
Linda Stahl Burks (MATH) received an Ed.D. in mathematics education from the University of Michigan, where she earned the Educational Studies Best Dissertation Award (7801 Elkhorn Mountain Tr., Austin, TX 78729).
Pamela K. Burwell (EDPE) received the James F. Wilson Award as the student demonstrating the greatest aptitude and devotion to the physician assistant profession from the Bowman Gray School of Medicine (496 West End Blvd., Apt. C, Winston Salem, NC 27101).
Steven M. Cheshire (FIN) received an M.B.A. from Boston University. He was awarded the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and is a vice president and quantitative equity analyst at Putnam Investments in Boston (P.O. Box 1986, Boston, MA 02105).
Karen McLaughlin Collins (GBUA) was promoted to associate professor and granted tenure at Lehigh University (5767 Belair Dr., Coopersburg, PA 18036).
Roger N. Morris (MKED) was named assistant principal of Fluvanna County High School in Palmyra, Va. (Rt. 1, Box 234-B, Pamplin, VA 23958).
Joseph C. Roesch (ME) received an M.B.A. from Virginia Tech Northern Virginia Graduate Center. He is a senior mechanical engineer at E-Systems in Ashburn, Va. (12002 Golf Ridge Ct., No. 201, Fairfax, VA 22033).
Brenda I. Springer (ACCT) has begun her own accounting practice in Rockville, Md., specializing in taxation and financial planning for Washington, D.C., and Virginia clients (4603 Olden Rd., Rockville, MD 20852).
Pfc. Darrell E. Stossel (CS), USMC, completed the Enlisted Supply Intermediate Course with Reserve Support Unit, Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, N.C. (10450 Romblon Way, Northglenn, CO 80234).
Jeff M. Turnbaugh (ACCT) received the William Michael Shermet Award at the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia for academic excellence, competitive responsible spirit, and service (1670 Valencia Way, Reston, VA 22090).
'89
Timothy M. Burks (CPE) received a Ph.D. in computer science and engineering from the University of Michigan. He is an advisory engineer with IBM at the Somerset Design Center in Austin, Texas (7801 Elkhorn Mountain Tr., Austin, TX 78729).
Lt. William L. Deanes Jr. (PSCI), USN, received the Navy Achievement Medal for superior performance while serving with Naval Surface Group, Naval Station, Long Beach, Calif. (18769 Racquett Ln., Huntington Beach, CA 92648).
James R. Huber (FCD), a marriage and family therapist, consultant, and trainer with Counseling & Learning Center, was elected to the board of directors of the Pennsylvania Assoc. for Marriage and Family Therapy (1609 Concord Rd., Wyomissing, PA 19610).
Denise Martz-Ludwig (PSYC) is assistant professor of health psychology at Appalachian State University (Appalachian State University, 217 Smith Wright Hall, Boone, NC 28608).
Lt. Scott D. Schroeder (ME), USN, reported for duty aboard the guided missile cruiser USS Valley Forge homeported in San Diego, Calif. (3523 Sitio Baya, Carlsbad, CA 92009).
Dian Turner Thompson (EDCI), served on a three-person team that wrote and presented a research paper at the annual meeting of the Assoc. of Small Computer Users in Education (P.O. Box 34, Emory, VA 24327).
Michael T. White (MKTG) is a logistician with Texcom Inc. (4420 Winchester Dr., Portsmouth, VA 23707).
David R. Wise (POUL) is an insurance agent for Virginia Farm Bureau in their Buckingham County office (408 E. 2nd St., Farmville, VA 23901).

90s
'90
Dean T. Barham (PHIL) is associated with the Richmond, Va., law firm of Sands, Anderson, Marks & Miller, and practices in the areas of construction law, real estate litigation, and legal malpractice litigation (5815 Broadmoor St., Alexandria, VA 22310).
Hart C. Blanton (PSYC) received a Ph.D. in social psychology from Princeton University. He is teaching at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa (821 Wilson Ave., Apt. A, Ames, IA 50010).
D. Anthony Elggren (PHED) is a sales representative for Hershey's Chocolate U.S.A. and did $6.4-million volume last year in the Salt Lake City district (936 South 1500 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84105).
Capt. Simon J. Emanuels (GER), USAF, was promoted to his present rank and received the Air Commendation Medal while serving as a counter-narcotics intelligence officer, U.S. Southern Command, Howard Air Force Base, Panama (PSC 1, Box 298, APO AA, 34001).
Michael D. Graves (ME) is employed by the Naval Aviation Depot, Cherry Point, N.C. with the V-22 program (1436 Garwood Ave., Virginia Beach, VA 23455).
Petty Officer 2nd Class Timothy Y. Kan (EDMA), USN, reported for duty aboard the submarine USS Norfolk, homeported in Norfolk, Va. (8921 Victoria Rd., Springfield, VA 22151).
Michael H. Max (EE) was promoted to Mission Readiness Manager for the international NASA/ESA SOHO mission at NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center (14229 Oakpointe Dr., Laurel, MD 20707).
Willie J. Powers (PSCI) received an M.B.A. in public administration from Hood College. He was assistant campaign manager for a candidate for the Maryland House of Delegates (3202 Southgreen Rd., Baltimore, MD 21244).
Adrian Kelly Shaw (EE) received an M.S. in electrical engineering from Virginia Tech. He is employed by LOGICON in Dahlgren, Va. (210 Farrell Ln., Fredericksburg, VA 22401).
Dawn Krumwiede Watkins (ENGL) was named community outreach coordinator for the Center for Continuing Education at Guilford College (454-B Lindsey St., Kernersville, NC 27284).
Christine L. Winter (LASC) left her position as project edior at CRC Press in January 1994 to start her own business providing proofreading, copy editing, and desktop publishing services (1616 Crest Dr., Lake Worth, FL 33461).
'91
Bipasa Datta (ECAS) is a lecturer in economics with the University of Leicetser in England (University of Leicester, Dept. of Economics, Leicester, England LE1 7RH ).
Michael K. Evans (MGT) is accounting manager for Cain Security Systems Inc. (6034 Richmond Highway, Apt. 210, Alexandria, VA 22303).
1st Lt. Gregory P. Gilbreath (AE), USAF, flies the A-10 Thunderbolt II with the 354th Fighter Squadron "Bulldogs" at McChord AFB in Tacoma, Wash. (4026 Hemlock St. SW, Tacoma, WA 98439).
Yeong-Hwan Han (BIOL) is an assistant professor in the department of biology at Dongguk University, Korea (Dongguk University, Dept. of Biology, Kyongui, 780-714 Korea ).
Mark E. Morgano (CE), project engineer for APCC Ltd. in Tolland, Conn., travels to Indonesia to perform boiler efficiency testing in Paiton, East Java (39-C Downey Dr., Manchester, CT 06040).
T. Michael Worley (FW) is forester with Weyerhaeuser Co. (215 Hillingdale Dr., Washington, NC 27889).
'92
Brian O'Neal Bachmann (CHEM) is engaged in research in synthetic organic chemistry at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas (6715 Airline Extension, Dallas, TX 75205).
Rebecca Willis Dangerfield (ENGL) is an eighth-grade language arts/social studies teacher with New Kent County Middle School (149 River Mews Dr., Apt. H, Newport News, VA 23602).
David T. Kincaid (HRIM) is manager of Ruby Tuesday's, Baton Rouge, La. (16013-A Norwick Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70816).
Dennis W. Knight Jr. (CE) is employed with Wiley and Wilson in Lynchburg, Va. (18 W. Princeton Cir., Apt. 59, Lynchburg, VA 24503).
Michael F. Murray (FW) is a service forester with the W.Va. Division of Forestry, Lincoln Co. field office (7299-1 Lynn Ave., Hamlin, WV 25523).
Stephen R. Payne (ME) received an M.S. in mechanical engineering from Virginia Tech. He is a design engineer for Arvin Industries (4618 Springbrook Dr., Columbus, IN 47203).
Lt. j.g. Tarrell L. Ries (FW), USN, returned aboard the destroyer USS Caron from the Caribbean Sea and the Straits of Florida as part of the rescue operations for Cuban migrants fleeing to America (12522 Doles Rd., Zuni, VA 23898).
Kent A. Swauger (FIN) was elected trust officer of Wachovia Corporate Services Inc., Winston-Salem, N.C. (3010 Northwood Dr., Apt. 1013, Winston Salem, NC 27106).
Jeffrey S. Wright (ISE) is employed with Chemical & Biological Defense Command, Aberdeen, Md. (507 Eastview Terr., Apt. 8, Abingdon, MD 21009).
'93
Ens. James S. Chiaramonte (AE), USN, graduated from Officer Candidate School at Naval Aviation Schools Command, Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla., and was commissioned to his present rank (5119 Pheasant Ridge Rd., Fairfax, VA 22030).
Steven E. Crouch (ACCT), a staff accountant for Arthur Andersen and Co. in Baltimore, Md., was one of 88 candidates out of 2,154 who passed all parts of the Maryland CPA exam (302 Stevenson Ln., Apt. C-5, Towson, MD 21204).
2nd Lt. Kevin F. Graney (BIOL), USMC, graduated from the Basic School at Marine Corps Combat Development Command, Quantico, Va. (12872 Southern Hills Cir. E, Jacksonville, FL 32225).
2nd Lt. Carlton W. Hasle (HIST), USMC, graduated from the Basic School at Marine Corps Combat Development Command, Quantico, Va. (1709 Azalea Ln., Woodbridge, VA 22191).
Mani Homayoun (ME) is a mechanical engineer for Hamilton Beach/Proctor Silex in Richmond, Va. (4100 Harwin Cir., Apt. 1116, Glen Allen, VA 23060).
Timothy D. Ludwig (PSYC) is assistant professor of industrial/organizational psychology at Appalachian State University (Appalachian State University, 217 Smith Wright Hall, Boone, NC 28608).
Seaman Kevin L. Marsh (HIDM), USN, graduated from the Communications Signals Collection and Processing Course in Pensacola, Fla. (Rt. 5, Box 204, Gate City, VA 24251).
'94
Judith E. Gough (ART), graphic artist for Autometric Inc., won second place and a $2,500 U.S. Savings Bond in the Bic Design New Wavelengths Pen Competition, which drew 12,000 entries (7605 Tr. Run Rd., Falls Church, VA 22042).
Ens. Robert E. Henry (AE), USN, graduated from Officer Candidate School at Naval Aviation Schools Command, Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla., and was commissioned to his present rank (3943 Preacher Holmes Rd., Graham, NC 27253).
Lori Smith Kincaid (ANSC) is a graduate student at Louisiana State University (16013-A Norwick Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70816).
Ens. Eric C. Parlette (PSYC), USN, completed the Officer Indoctrination School, Naval Education and Training Center, Newport, R.I. (125 Terrell Rd. E., Charlottesville, VA 22901).
Daniel C. Regina (ANSC) is pursuing an M.S. in animal science at N.C. State University (1313-D Kent Rd., Raleigh, NC 27606).
R. Ryan Vallance (ME) received the Charles T. Main silver medal from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers during its International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition in Chicago (44 Hancock St., Apt. 2, Somerville, MA 02144).
Ruth E. Wallace (ENSC) is a 4-H extension agent, with Buckingham/Prince Edward counties (Rt. 2 Box 629-A, Appomattox, VA 24522).

Weddings
'75 David R. Deal and Janice Vaughn Lewis, 8/19/94 (10 Apple Valley Dr., Langhorne, PA 19047).
'76 George Thomas Turman Jr. and Gail A. Kiser, 5/28/94 (229 Jackson Dr., Charlottesville, VA 22902).
'80 Elizabeth H. Boulden and Hugh J. Monaghan, 9/17/94 (56 Murdock Rd., Baltimore, MD 21212).
'83 David D. Tickle and Crystal Brown, 9/10/94 (5638 Basford Ct., Winston Salem, NC 27104). '84 Robert L. Hundley Jr. and Nancy Marie Keller, 10/23/93 (2539 Harvey Hollow Dr., Mechanicsville, VA 23111).
'84 Pamela Sadler and Craig Hom, 2/26/94 (5710 April Journey, Columbia, MD 21044).
'85 Mark A. Cochran and Elana Gail Pitchford, 5/13/94 (22 Downing St., Charleston, WV 25301).
'85 Andrew M. Paloma and Georgia Lea Baxter, 5/28/94 (3480 Landstown Ct., Virginia Beach, VA 23456).
'85 Deborah Martha Graham and Gary Harding Phillips, 9/17/94 (7181 Falling Branch Rd., Radford, VA 24141).
'85 Debra B. Sinex and Claus F. Kroeger, 7/10/94 (318 Chestnut St., Salem, VA 24153).
'86 Katherine Haff and Jeffrey Lineker, 8/20/94 (7753 Patriot Dr., Apt. 53, Annandale, VA 22003).
'87 Matthew S. Wilson and Patricia A. Heffernan, 9/10/94 (320 Thaxton St., Gaithersburg, MD 20878).
'88 Freda Mae Hardy and David Lee Carter, 10/15/94 (Rt. 2, Box 468, Danville, VA 24540).
'88 Joseph C. Roesch and Joan G. Barr, 7/9/94 (12002 Golf Ridge Ct., No. 201, Fairfax, VA 22033).
'89 Jeffrey W. Arwood and Candace L. Blankenship, 10/22/94 (1080 W. Main St., Apt. 709, Hendersonville, TN 37075).
'89 Mark W. Gardner and Nancy Y. Augustine (207 Belair Place, Fredericksburg, VA 22405).
'89 Michael Joseph Ward and Deborah Lee Chadwell-Anderson, 9/24/94 (928 Cameo Dr., Hampton, VA 23666).
'90 David S. Richardson and '91 Jennifer R. Myse, 9/10/94 (11702 Harvestdale Dr., Fredericksburg, VA 22407).
'90 Stacey M. Bradham and Anthony J. Zebrowski II, 5/28/94 (3924 Freeport Place, No. 7, Richmond, VA 23233).
'91 Timothy S. Baker and '92 Jennifer A. Kuszmaul, 9/24/94 (1846 Bramble Brook Ln., Bel Air, MD 21015).
'91 David J. Bedard and Sophia L. Sprankle, 6/4/94 (1943 Winston Dr., Hagerstown, MD 21740).
'91 Daniel T. Brugger and '91 Gwendolyn R. Ligo, 4/23/94 (1224 North St., Logansport, IN 46947).
'91 Scott Thomas DeBolt and '91 Rebecca Ann Black, 7/23/94 (750 Tall Oaks Dr., Apt. 12900-C, Blacksburg, VA 24060).
'91 Eric D. Prosser and Jennifer M. Hagstrom, 8/13/94 (5715-A Jana Ln., Hixson, TN 37343).
'91 Kenneth R. Smith and Sherry L. Schwertfeger, 10/15/94 (721 Southgate Dr., State College, PA 16801).
'92 Phillip W. Alderson and '92 Diane S. Lawson, 9/24/94 (113 N. Hasell St., Hillsborough, NC 27278).
'92 Scott P. Brooks and '91 Michelle L. Denniston, 6/11/94 (5314 Henderson Place, Virginia Beach, VA 23462).
'92 David Thomas Kincaid and '94 Lori Alisca Smith, 8/94 (16013-A Norwick Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70816).
'92 Dennis W. Knight Jr. and '92 Kelli L. Moser, 7/23/94 (18 W. Princeton Cir., Apt. 59, Lynchburg, VA 24503).
'92 Donald R. Lee and '92 Nancy R. Andrada, 8/27/94 (3308 Wyndham Cir., Apt. 323, Alexandria, VA 22302).
'92 Julie R. Gustin and Kurt G. Lyles, 10/8/94 (3215 Knight St., Apt. 161, Shreveport, LA 71105).
'92 Russell H. McElroy and '92 Danielle M. Browder, 4/23/94 (9508 Spendthrift Cir., Apt. 323, Richmond, VA 23294).
'92 Amber M. Boyd and Jeffrey W. Miller, 7/2/94 (5 Quail Cir. N, Beaufort, SC 29902).
'92 Christopher D. Morin and '92 Christine A. Chylak, 5/29/94 (430 Queens Rd., Apt. 121, Charlotte, NC 28207).
'92 Scott Paul Schallon and '92 Karen Victoria Strock, 10/15/94 (137 Bentwood Ln., Gray, TN 37615).
'93 Jeffrey S. Bartel and '94 Teresa M. Campbel, 8/13/94 (6911-G Victoria Dr., Alexandria, VA 22310).
'93 John R. Casciano and '93 Tracey M. Jueneman, 8/13/94 (101 Bell Rock St., Malden, MA 02148).
'93 Douglas S. Chaplow and Mary Ann Harp, 6/25/94 (118 Mayfair Dr. NE, Leesburg, VA 22075).
'93 Randall W. Gore and '93 Marcella L. McConnell, 9/17/94 (P.O. Box 1049, Gate City, VA 24251).
'94 James D. Fike and '92 Donna R. Loy, 9/13/94 (1716 Lord Tennyson Arch, Virginia Beach, VA 23462).

Deaths
'19 Maurice C. Bradbury (1106 William St., Apt 934, Fredericksburg, VA 22401).
'21 Joseph P. Shumate, 9/10/94 (350 Ponca Place, Apt. 31, Boulder, CO 80303).
'24 R. Thomas Kincaid (Vindobona Nursing Home, 6012 Jefferson Blvd., Braddock Heights, MD 21714).
'27 Julius P. Bilisoly, 3/15/94 (7388 Goodwood Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70806).
'27 Ralph M. Hamaker, 8/16/94 (7015 Arbor Dr., Frederick, MD 21701).
'30 Edgar Allan III, 8/23/94 (1900 Lauderdale Dr., Apt. E-117, Richmond, VA 23233).
'31 James S. Hamilton (1712 Talley St., South Boston, VA 24592).
'32 Hugh A. Howbert, 8/19/94 (1047 Persinger Rd. SW, Roanoke, VA 24015).
'32 Daniel H. Smith, 7/31/94 (422 Whitfield Ave., Sarasota, FL 34232).
'33 Clarence H. Barnes (118 Hull St., Newport News, VA 23601).
'33 T. Owen Easley Jr. (285 Milledge Cir., Athens, GA 30606).
'33 Archie Straus (5301 Matoaka Rd., Richmond, VA 23226).
'34 Louis Lyle Snedden, 9/11/94 (1800 Joan Dr., Lexington, KY 40505).
'35 Warner Adelbert Jamison, 10/30/94 (1220 Lakewood Dr. SW, Roanoke, VA 24015).
'36 John B. Burgess, 9/12/94 (3001 W. Hundred Rd., Chester, VA 23831).
'36 Richard C. Nowell Jr., 5/5/94 (1401 Bobbiedell Ln., Richmond, VA 23229).
'36 Harry H. Patten (417 Wilmer Ave., Richmond, VA 23227).
'37 Robert S. Jerrell, 6/16/93 (1404 Terrace Ave., Hopewell, VA 23860).
'37 Harold C. McGrath (P.O. Box 167, Courtland, VA 23837).
'37 Aline Cadugan Price (412 Eastman, Pulaski, VA 24301).
'38 Herbert Templeton Bates, 7/30/94 (1622 Fairview Ave., Manhattan, KS 66502).
'38 Henry A. Florance (9315 Grant Ave., c/o C. Compton, Manassas, VA 22110).
'38 Chester J. Lange, 9/26/94 (1307 Adams Farm Pkwy., Greensboro, NC 27407).
'38 Joseph A. Rakestraw Jr. (Ridgewood Rd., Bassett, VA 24055).
'39 James C. Begg (The Breakers, Apt. 806, 710 N. Ocean Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33062).
'39 Eva Huffman Boone, 2/19/93 (Rt. 5, Box 270, Bedford, VA 24523).
'39 Berwell Henderson, 9/1/94 (3420 D Stonehaven Ct., Highland Lakes, Palm Harbor, FL 34684).
'39 William Milan Korman, 3/24/94 (5300 Charles City Rd., Richmond, VA 23231).
'39 William R. Scruggs Jr., 9/8/94 (2330 Mangrum Dr., Dunedin, FL 34698).
'40 Herman R. Fields (1600 Westbrook Ave., Apt. 503, Richmond, VA 23227).
'41 Donald B. Allen, 11/6/94 (7136 Mount Eccentric Rd., The Plains, VA 22171).
'41 Louis C. Austin Jr. (P.O. Box 98278, Seattle, WA 98198).
'42 Jack B. Davis (344 Wendwood Dr., Newport News, VA 23602).
'42 Willard R. Pittman Jr., 8/6/94 (Rt. 3, Box 747, Lancaster, VA 22503).
'43 Ray A. Hamilton (Rt. 1, Box 963, Kilmarnock, VA 22482).
'43 Seaton T. Preston Jr. (730 Sheridan Rd., Winnetka, IL 60093).
'44 William Dickterenko (2721 Knightbridge Rd., Columbia, SC 29223).
'44 Lloyd Williamson Forbes Jr. (1707 Santa Catalina St., Deming, NM 88030).
'44 B. David Hunnewell, 5/94 (6803 Madrea Ct., Citrus Heights, CA 95621).
'44 P. Douglas Jesch (1609 Ratzer Rd., Wayne, NJ 07470).
'44 J. Reginald Scott, 3/14/94 (1300 Shaw Place, Norfolk, VA 23509).
'45 Bertram H. Hornstein (151 Granby St., Norfolk, VA 23510).
'46 Duffield W. Matson Jr. (3048 S.W. Sunset Trace Cir., Palm City, FL 34990).
'46 Mason E. Muire, 5/18/94 (2126 S. Ashland Dr., Burlington, NC 27217).
'46 Robert L. Nolte, 4/28/93 (5406 Glen Allen St., Springfield, VA 22151).
'47 John T. Callahan Jr. (1414 Manteo, Norfolk, VA 23517).
'47 Alexander C.J. McLaughlin, 9/25/94 (3106 Cedar Knolls Dr., Bear Branch Village, Kingwood, TX 77339).
'48 Victor Horton Hanger (14802 N. Florida Ave., Apt. F-85, Tampa, FL 33613).
'49 William E. Hall, 11/93 (702 West End Ave., Statesville, NC 28677).
'49 M. Frederick Jenny (3002 Bancroft Dr., Roanoke, VA 24014).
'49 Paul L. Poland, 7/27/94 (4321 Seminole St., Kingsley Lake, Starke, FL 32091).
'49 Carlton H. Shickel, 4/27/94 (119 River Rd., Bridgewater, VA 22812).
'50 Howard L. Horne, 1/17/94 (812 Bonnyview, Kingston, TN 37763).
'50 Charles V. Marshall, 7/13/94 (1102 Salerno Ct., Orlando, FL 32806).
'51 William W. Holmes (4128 Stone Bridge Landing, Chesapeake, VA 23321).
'51 Daniel E. Juberg (3124 Pomeroy Dr., Louisville, KY 40220).
'52 Thomas E. Dinwiddie (Box 171, Cobb Shores, Cobbs Creek, VA 23035).
'53 Russell Edward Cobb, 3/1/93 (307 DeSota Dr., Richmond, VA 23229).
'53 Darcy P. Mays Jr., 12/6/93 (10635 Galley Rd., Stony Creek, VA 23882).
'54 William B. Kaylor (VA Hospital, Lebanon, PA 17042).
'55 Leon Clohecy Gerard Barrere, 8/11/94 (1401 Drumcliffe Rd., Winston Salem, NC 27103).
'56 Robert W. Updike (Sussex, VA 23884).
'57 Thomas E. Marek, 9/13/94 (2526 Glenhaven Dr., New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168).
'57 Charles Bruce Ross, 1/21/94 (P.O. Box 1204, Amherst, VA 24521).
'59 Robert E. Benton, 9/15/94 (P.O. Box 5122, High Point, NC 27262).
'60 Ronald Edwin Honaker (2430 Marion, Columbia, SC 29201).
'60 James C. Reams, 12/18/93 (1409 F St., Woodbridge, VA 22191).
'61 James Carlyle Gordon (506 Wentworth Dr., Winchester, VA 22601).
'64 John Hardy Nunn Sr., 4/5/94 (13 Sycamore Cir., Burkburnett, TX 76354).
'65 James B. Wyatt Jr., 6/14/94 (311 Oakwood Cir., Danville, VA 24541).
'66 Stanley Loring (1611 Ladd St., Silver Spring, MD 20902).
'76 Lois Altizer Beeken (216 Roundhill Dr., Christiansburg, VA 24073).
'78 Bettie Millett Roudabush, 5/14/94 (129 N. Abingdon St., Arlington, VA 22203).
'81 John Butler Johnson II (4553 Hargrove Rd., Apt. A, Raleigh, NC 27604).
'81 David S. Weller, 4/25/94 (12 E. 87th St., Apt. 7-C, New York, NY 10128).
'84 Jeffry Scott Stoutsenberger, 9/17/94 (530 S. Dobson, Apt. 361, Mesa, AZ 85202).
'85 Gar Alan Rosendahl, 10/6/94 (2214 Cedar Hill Dr.,Finksburg, MD 21048).
'88 Warren E. Wise, 7/2/94 (171 Lyman Ave., Burlington, VT 05401).
'91 Randall A. Hill, 10/15/94 (Rt. 2 Box 136-D, Buchanan, VA 24066).

Deaths
Faculty and Friends
Philip R. Jones, 12/20/94. Jones, age 60, was a professor of special education since 1977 and established the special education administration doctoral program at Virginia Tech. (2601 Capistrano St., Blacksburg, VA 24060).
Robert J. Litschert, 10/17/94. Litschert, age 59, was a professor of management and former department head. He was a faculty member at Virginia Tech since 1965. Contributions may be made to the Robert J. Litschert Scholarship Fund, c/o University Development, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0336. (605 Floyd St., Blacksburg, VA 24060.)
Fred Orcutt, 9/19/94. Orcutt, 86, was former head of the biology department and taught at Virginia Tech from 1936 until his retirement in 1968. (1305 Hillcrest Drive, Blacksburg, VA 24060.)
Harold Wright Walker (AGEC '50, M.S. '60), 12/10/94. Wright, age 69, was a retired associate professor of agricultural economics who spent more than 30 years teaching at Virginia Tech. (1502 Greenwood Dr., Blacksburg, VA 24060).
William "Bill" Williams, 11/15/94. Williams, age 60, former associate professor of philosophy and humanities, became the university's first full-time philosopher in 1964 when he joined the Virginia Tech faculty. (607 Progress St., Blacksburg, VA 24060.)

Births
'70 Carl P. Fastabend, a son, 9/11/94 (4417 Prienterre, Lake Charles, LA 70605).
'73 Joel C. Bradshaw III, a son, 5/8/94 (PSC 10, Box 877, APO AE, NY 09130).
'75 Jennifer Knight Fries, a son, 5/17/94 (3 Stonewood Dr., Old Lyme, CT 06371).
'75 Paula Tate Place, a daughter, 9/6/94 (718 King St., Bristol, CT 06010).
'77 Timothy Hughes Mullins, a daughter, 3/19/94 (12929 Church Rd., Richmond, VA 23233).
'78 Wayne M. Langevin, a son, 3/10/94 (133 Park Place Dr., Sinking Spring, PA 19608).
'78 Humbert J. Lertora III, a daughter, 3/22/94 (CMR 470, APO AE, 09165).
'79 Edmund P. Gantt and '82 Susan Calley Gantt, a son, 12/29/93 (607 W. Winter Park St., Orlando, FL 32804).
'79 Robert Bruce Hull IV and '82 Elizabeth Allen Hull, a daughter, 1/8/94 (1405 Valleyview Dr., Blacksburg, VA 24060).
'79 Wendy Singleback Kellett, a daughter, 1/20/94 (109 Fir Ave.S, Virginia Beach, VA 23452).
'79 Thomas E. Low and '85 Anne Wise Low, a son, 8/20/94 (411 Majorca Ave., Coral Gables, FL 33134).
'79 Michael P. McCann and '76 Janine Brady McCann, a son, 8/27/94 (3208 Calgary St., Melbourne, FL 32935).
'79 William V. Nubbe, a son, 5/5/94 (842 Monroe St., Arlington, VA 22204).
'79 Donald J. Wooldridge and '79 Linda Deck Wooldridge, a daughter, 10/11/93 (8948 N. Spinel Place, Tucson, AZ 85741).
'80 Cynthia Sartain Hubbard, a daughter, 3/23/94 (14203 Spotted Coat Ct., Midlothian, VA 23112).
'81 Elizabeth Farley Berry, a son, 6/6/94 (907 Crestmont Dr., Dayton, OH 45431).
'81 Mark J. Bogart and '81 Julie Bearinger Bogart, a daughter, 9/3/94 (P.O. Box 87, Aldie, VA 22001).
'81 Allison Taffer Luptak, a son, 3/23/94 (11 Devon Ln., Pittsburgh, PA 15202).
'81 Mark S. Morris and '87 Suzanne D. Morris, a daughter, 3/8/94 (202 Oak Ridge Ct., Pike Rd., AL 36064).
'81 Claire Dawson Talbot, a daughter, 2/6/94 (12 Cassandra Cir., Churchville, NY 14428).
'81 James B. Teel and '84 Cindy Dillon Teel, a daughter, 12/29/93 (4357 Farrell Rd., Sanford, NC 27330).
'82 Marianne Rago Dillon, a daughter, 2/16/94 (1115 Jack Rd., Yardley, PA 19067).
'82 Charles R. Healy, a daughter, 2/9/94 (344 Charles Dr., Cheshire, CT 06410).
'82 Valerie W. Lavinder, a son, 2/18/94 (8506 Kennedy Dr., Hampton, VA 23605).
'82 Stephen R. Scandalis and '83 Mary Anne Butler Scandalis, a daughter, 8/11/94 (7209 Westmoreland Dr., Warrenton, VA 22186).
'82 Charlotte Taylor Strauss, a son, 5/24/94 (250 Pelham Ln., Christiansburg, VA 24073).
'83 Michael E. Brigham and '83 Kathryn Elam Brigham, a son, 8/10/94 (21745 Leatherleaf Cir., Sterling, VA 20164).
'83 Susan Hancher Dennis, a son, 8/28/94 (12326 Chagall Dr., North Potomac, MD 20878).
'83 Gail Boutwell Frantz, a daughter, 8/8/94 (160 Pinevale Ct., Fayetteville, GA 30214).
'83 Debra Smela Gursha, a daughter, 6/18/94 (14 Laurel Dr., Medfield, MA 02052).
'83 Sheryl Stewart Lam, a daughter, 12/20/93 (9818 Davidge Dr., Columbia, MD 21044).
'83 Edward I. Sarfan, a son, 8/25/94 (37 Sarfan Dr., Hampton, VA 23664).
'83 Brian Allen Talbert, a son, 12/29/93 (1730-F McCormick Rd., West Lafayette, IN 47906).
'83 Nancy Vannoy Totten, a son, 10/19/93 (US Embassy Riyadh, UNIT 61307, APO AE, 09803).
'84 Matthew Clark and '83 Kathy Gobetz Clark, adopted a son born 5/ 27/94 (2809 Hilly Haven Ct., Saint Louis, MO 63129).
'84 Kenneth H. Dyke and '86 Patricia Carr Dyke, a daughter, 10/20/94 (2200 Woodstove Ct., Bel Air, MD 21015).
'84 T. Bradford Earley Jr. and '87 Donna Sage Earley, a daughter, 8/26/94 (13143 Winamack Rd., Midlothian, VA 23113).
'84 John M. Fyfe, a daughter, 10/24/94 (1561 Avenida Fiesta, North Las Vegas, NV 89031).
'84 Christopher Michael Lapallo and '84 Connie Maida Lapallo, a daughter, 9/20/94 (1115 Meadow Dr., Mechanicsville, VA 23111).
'84 Paulo Silva Pinto and '84 Jo Ann Smela Pinto, a daughter, 6/5/94 (85 Forest Ave., West Caldwell, NJ 07006).
'84 Janet Henry Pyle, a daughter, 4/14/94 (P.O. Box 2418, Plainville, MA 02762).
'84 Lisa Ryan Whiting, twins, 3/14/94 (5815 Pamela Dr., Centreville, VA 22020).
'84 Harry Edward Wise Jr., a son, 6/13/94 (Rt. 2, Box 303-AA, Dillwyn, VA 23936).
'85 Susan Jennings Bethoney, a son, 7/26/94 (5791 S. Ernest St., Terre Haute, IN 47802).
'85 Richard D. Castro and '85 Barbara DeFilippi Castro, a daughter, 4/11/94 (10573 Assembly Dr., Fairfax, VA 22030).
'85 David B. Crane and '85 Lynn Ligo Crane, a son, 6/30/94 (1908 Bunnel Ct., Virginia Beach, VA 23464).
'85 Deborah Tully Diehl, a son, 8/9/94 (2178 Glenbrook Ave., Camarillo, CA 93010).
'85 Fredric R. Eichelman II, a daughter, 3/12/94 (8706 County View Rd., Dallas, TX 75249).
'85 Darryl L. Ferguson and '85 Jennifer Green Ferguson, a son, 8/11/94 (28 Sherwood Cir., Hurricane, WV 25526).
'85 Susan Anderson Gury, a son, 6/14/94 (7 Minte Dr., Perry Hall, MD 21236).
'85 Patricia Giebel Shell, a son, 5/25/94 (2600 Cradlehill Ct., Midlothian, VA 23112).
'85 Cheryl Evans Stamp, a son, 6/16/94 (12197 Sugar Maple Dr., Herndon, VA 22070).
'85 Robert B. Turner, a daughter, 12/13/93 (2327 Meadows Landing, Chesapeake, VA 23321).
'85 Laura Lloyd Walker, a son, 8/14/94 (3609 Cardinal Ln., Portsmouth, VA 23703).
'86 John D. Hiemstra and '87 Julie Oweis Hiemstra, a daughter, 4/30/94 (10282 Jamaica Ln., Manassas, VA 22110).
'86 James F. Hudson Jr., a son, 3/15/94 (413 Homestead Tr., Collinsville, VA 24078).
'86 Angela Whipple McPhaul, a son, 3/20/94 (18935 Highstream Dr., Germantown, MD 20874).
'87 Vernon Maury Baker and '86 Lisa Layman Baker, a son, 9/8/93 (2487 Aspenwood Rd., Charlottesville, VA 22901).
'87 John R. Beauchamp and '89 Katalin Jarmy Beauchamp, a son, 7/1/94 (3141 Trumpet Dr., Chesapeake, VA 23321).
'87 Bruce R. Outland, a son, 4/20/94 (11 Alan's Ln., Boyertown, PA 19512).
'87 Jackson N. Powell and '89 Patti Stemples Powell, a son, 5/12/94 (1719 Michigan Ave. NE, Saint Petersburg, FL 33703).
'87 John Jerl Purcell III, a son, 3/20/94 (116 N. Wolfcreek Rd., Columbus, IN 47201).
'88 Brent K. Price, a son, 8/10/94 (1002 Hedge Ln., Colfax, NC 27235).
'88 D. Scott Price and '86 Judith Hunt Price, a daughter, 5/3/94 (104 Philray Ct., Richmond, VA 23236).
'88 Lawrence F. Ryan and '89 Gian E. Ryan, a son, 11/26/93 (9380 Breamore Ct., Laurel, MD 20723).
'89 Kristina L. Alderman, a son, 7/28/94 (414-F Davao Cir., Fort Devens, MA 01433).
'90 Larry D. Comerford and '90 Susan Volk Comerford, a son, 12/23/93 (13901 Pythchley Ln., Charlotte, NC 28273).
'90 Laura Starr Levengard, a son, 4/11/94 (2887 Schoolhouse Cir., Silver Spring, MD 20902).
'90 James P. McGrath III and '90 Kirsten Clos McGrath, a daughter, 10/21/93 (2921 Dominion Ave., Norfolk, VA 23518).
'90 David J. Mills and '89 Sandra Vaneziano Mills, a daughter, 10/12/94 (1231 Meade Ln., Winston Salem, NC 27106).
'90 Christopher A. Smith and '90 Whitney Allison Smith, a daughter, 9/22/94 (309 Buch Ave., Lancaster, PA 17601).
'91 Jerry Lynn Hayes Jr. and '92 Lisa Beth Juengling Hayes, a son, 11/27/93 (13132 Englishwood Ln., Fairfax, VA 22033).
'91 James W. McCarty Jr. and '92 Michelle Ingram McCarty, a daughter, 9/2/94 (109 Walls Cir., Winchester, VA 22602).
'93 Timothy D. Ludwig and '89 Denise Martz-Ludwig, a son, 1/4/94 (Appalachian State University, 217 Smith Wright Hall, Boone, NC 28608).


Senator leads regional legislative group

John Chichester (BAD '59), a Virginia state senator, was unanimously elected chairman of the Southern Legislative Conference (SLC) for 1994-95 by legislators from the 16 member states. The SLC fosters intergovernmental cooperation in the South through organizing regional and state-by-state responses to governmental problems. As chair of the conference, Chichester will lead the organization in addressing such issues as health-care reform, violent crime, and the impact of unfunded federal mandates on the South.

Rowell heads new petroleum technology council

Deborah Rowell (ECON M.S. '76) has been named executive director of the new Petroleum Technology Transfer Council (PTTC), a national umbrella organization formed to speed technology transfer to U.S. oil and natural gas producers. Rowell hopes the program will help energy producers locate reservoirs of oil and gas and comply with environmental standards while producing a high volume of oil and gas at a reasonable price. "If our energy producers are fully utilizing the newest technology, their efficiency will make it unlikely that our country could be crippled by an oil embargo," she says. Rowell heads the PTTC Washington, D.C., staff and sits on the board with regional representatives from across the United States and executives from oil and gas companies including Texaco and Interstate Oil and Gas. The program is funded through the U.S. Department of Energy, the Gas Research Institute, several state governments, and industry.

A reel career in Hollywood

As supervising editor at the Disney Studios for five years, John Carnochan (ARCH '71) edited such animated films as "The Little Mermaid," "Beauty and the Beast," and "The Lion King." Now Carnochan is part of a team setting up a feature animation division at Warner Brothers. "My architecture degree from Tech--the only degree I have--gave me a basic design background that is a pretty good match for the work I do," Carnochan says. "Animation is a long process that requires a lot of design and imagination with attention to details. Those things are also important in architecture." Today's animated film combines artistry and imagination with high-end computer graphic systems. Carnochan's involvement in film began in his student days at Tech, where he made several short documentaries. After graduation, he worked for the campus film unit before moving on to edit action films for National Geographic, Jacques Cousteau, and HBO. In addition to his duties as supervising editor at Warner Bros., Carnochan is helping to design studio facilities for the animation unit.

Expanding ties for minority architects

As president of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) for the past two years, Robert L. Easter (MARCH '79) helped the organization more than quadruple its membership. Easter worked to involve the organization in national political issues and international affairs. He assisted South Africans in the formation of the Association of Black Architects, a sister organization to NOMA, and worked to bridge relationships between black and white architects in that nation. Easter is president of Kelso & Easter Inc., an architecture, interiors, and urban design firm in Richmond and Alexandria, Va. He also is an ordained minister and is enrolled in additional graduate studies at the Divinity School at Howard University. Concurrent with a four-year tour of duty with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, he began practicing architecture in 1979 as a project designer for Ford & Associates Inc. in Baltimore. He is active in community, civic, and professional activities, including work through the Alexandria Sheriff's office and the District of Columbia Department of Corrections as a volunteer in penal facilities. His professional and volunteer work has been recognized in such national publications as the New York Times, Progressive Architecture Magazine, and Inform Magazine.

Hopewell named top financial advisor

Lynn Hopewell (Phys '60), president of the Monitor Group investment advising firm in Falls Church, Va., was voted one of the top 60 financial advisers in the country by Worth magazine. Hopewell, who specializes in retirement planning for clients with an average net worth of $1 million, was one of four top advisors featured in the October 1994 issue of Worth. Hopewell also was recently appointed to Virginia Governor George Allen's Commission on Champion Schools. The 49-member commission has been charged with crafting a plan to restore academic integrity and improve the academic performance of Virginia's students. Hopewell is a former electronics engineer and computer consultant who earned an M.B.A. at Harvard University. He also edits the Journal of Financial Planning.

Her career path: service

Since receiving the Wentworth Community Nutrition Award as a Virginia Tech senior, Joy Horner (HNF '92) has continued her service to others on three continents. After graduation, Horner worked for Romanian Orphans Social and Education Services, serving as nutritionist on a multi-disciplinary team in a Romanian orphanage. While there, she made a commitment to the Mennonite Central Committee to work as a nutritionist in Brazil. After only six months in Brazil, a family emergency pulled Horner back to the United states, but not away from service activities. She now works in Washington, D.C., as a food-service coordinator for Christ House, a 34-bed hospital for homeless men. In addition to critical medical care under the direction of four live-in doctors, the staff provides assistance with housing and job placement. "It wouldn't make sense just to turn the men back out onto the street when they recover physically," she says. Horner's Virginia Tech classes in international development led her to believe that service must include impowerment. "I have chosen to be involved in projects that don't create dependency," she says. She hopes to return to Brazil within a year or two.

No stranger to fiction

A story that began in Virginia Tech's Pritchard Hall has spun out into short stories in one of the country's leading science fiction magazines. Tom Ligon Jr. (ETE, BIOL '75) has published eight stories (two cover stories) in Dell Publishing's Analog Magazine. He says the stories have emerged from a novel he began writing as an antidote to his Virginia Tech Engineering texts. He started writing a novel, which, although still unfinished, has furnished material he's been spinning off lately as stories that Analog editors find extremely interesting. In his day job, Ligon says he "breaks things" for ARTECH Corp., a Chantilly, Va., testing firm. "I do destructive testing," he says. "Every day it's something different; sometimes it's cars, sometimes it's rocket parts, sometimes it's consumer products--Today I'm trying to break electrical cords." Ligon's official job title is engineering technologist because he's proud of the title of his Virginia Tech major. Ligon is disappointed that Virginia Tech phased out the laboratory-oriented, highly hands-on engineering technology program. This background has been very useful, both on the job and in his fiction, Ligon says.

Names added to War Memorial Pylons

On Dec. 6, 1994, four more names of Virginia Tech alumni who died in military combat were engraved on the pylons of the War Memorial. Those added were: B.B. Hawks Jr. (BAD '41), who died in World War II; Medal of Honor recipient Richard Thomas Shea Jr. ('48) who died during the Korean conflict; and Donaldson P. Tillar III (ME '88) and Michael N. Manns Jr. (GASC '90), both of whom died in Desert Storm. Shea's name also is engraved on the War Memorial cenotaph, along with the names of six other Virginia Tech alumni who received The Medal of Honor. The Virginia Tech Alumni Association is responsible for confirming that individuals reported as killed in action were Tech alumni, and that they were, in fact, killed in combat. Names of alumni who have lost their lives in military service other than combat may not be engraved on the pylons.

G. Burke Johnston, first arts and sciences dean, dies

G. Burke Johnston, 87, former dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, died Jan. 1. Johnston came to Virginia Tech as an English teacher in 1930 and, in 1963, became dean of the college he helped to found. Johnston, nationally known as a Shakespearean scholar, also wrote two books on author Ben Johnson. He hand set type to print copies of his poetry for friends on a home press. He also sculpted, painted, and carved wooden figurines related to stories he had read. Johnston remained active at Virginia Tech after his retirement in 1974. The G. Burke Johnston Student Center, built on the site behind Burruss Hall where Johnston once lived, was named for him in 1990. Johnston was a native of Tuscaloosa, Ala., and a graduate of the University of Alabama and Columbia University. Contributions may be made in his name to the Virginia Tech Educational Foundation, care of University Development, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0336.

You Are Old, Father Johnston
by Bill Lipscomb

"You are old, Father Johnston," the grandson said. "You've more books than there's salt in the sea. I doubt there's a volume you haven't yet read. Why don't you discard two or three?" "These myriad tomes," Father Johnston replied, "Keep a bookworm from feeling alone. And when I'm especially lonesome inside, I publish a book of my own." "You are old," said the youth to the affable sage. "For the perilous rigors of sport. But you keep playing tennis with men half your age, And you run them all over the court." Said Johnston, "I no longer serve very fast, Though it's true that I've added some spin. I can't run as well as I did in the past, But I seem to have aced you again." "You are old," said the grandson, "and long since retired, Yet the pages still roll off your press. Your sculptures and poems are widely admired, And you play like a master at chess." "I dabble in Renaissance arts," Johnston said, "Though my efforts are trifling and mean. In games I'm a novice; why, you were ahead Till I traded my pawn for a queen." "You are old," said the grandson, "and yet you protest That your schooling has barely begun. You should clean out your basement and go get some rest, But you seem to be having such fun." "I must save my breath, I am needed tonight," Johnston answered, "for matters more weighty. Mary Tabb's baked a cake, and its candles burn bright. I am planning to blow out all eighty."

Distinguished alumnus Harold N. Hoback dies

Harold N. Hoback (AGEC '53) of Roanoke died December 1. Hoback, recipient of the Alumni Distinguished Service Award in 1993, was president of AFH Corp., a real estate holding company, in Roanoke. He also was senior vice president of Chaney, Thomas, Stephenson and Hill Inc., an insurance and bonding agency. Hoback served as president and director of the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets Alumni Inc. He was a member of the board of directors of the Virginia Tech Foundation, the Virginia Tech Alumni Association, and was a charter member of the Ut Prosim Society. He served as national chairman for the Virginia Tech Campaign for Excellence regional campaign committee and was president of the Hotel Roanoke Foundation. He was past director of the Roanoke Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Virginia Retail Merchants Association, and the Merchants Association of the Roanoke Valley. Contributions may be made to the Harold N. Hoback Endowed Merit Scholarship for the Corps of Cadets, c/o University Development, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0336.

Crash kills alumnus on bowl trip

Sidney Page Lavinder (MSCI '90) died in a car crash near Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 30 as he was traveling to see Virginia Tech play in the Gator Bowl. Also in the car were his brother Drew (MSCI '92) and his college roommate, Paul Aliff (FIN '90). Neither was seriously injured. Lavinder, who was working on an M.B.A. at Duke University while employed as an executive at Precision Fabrics in Greensboro, N.C., regularly attended Virginia Tech football games. His father, Samuel Lavinder (BAD '60), and older brother, Brent (PSCI '85), both of Collinsville, are also Tech alumni.

Virginia Tech Magazine Volume 17, Number 3 Spring 1995


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