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WHAT’S HAPPENING WITH QUEENS ALUMNI? READ ALL ABOUT IT IN THE MOST POPULAR SECTION OF QUEENS MAGAZINE.


Te stories in these pages help the Queens community stay close. Don’t be shy! Your classmates and friends want to hear about your work, your family, your transitions and plans—and of course, your visits with Royal classmates and friends. Send the latest to www.queens.edu/classnotes. Please contact Alumni Relations at 704-337-2334 or alumni@queens.edu if you have questions or comments.


1944


Te class expresses sympathy to Miriam Smith Whisnant on the death of her husband, L. Rodney Whisnant, who passed away on October 22, 2019.


1946


Te class expresses sympathy to Virginia Ballard Clinard on the death of her sister, Dorothy Ballard Brown ’42, who passed away on September 16, 2019.


1947 Doris Turner Tomas is still alive (94!) and doing pretty well except for a few “bumps” along the way. Her exciting news is that her son and daughter-in-law will soon be moving into her beautiful retirement community of Westminster Woods on Julington Creek in Jacksonville, Florida. She still keeps in touch with Donnie Rhodes Yandle in Wilmington via Donnie’s family.


1948


Te class expresses sympathy to Anne Rigler Allison on the death of her sister, Martha Rigler Furr ’46, who passed away on February 19.


1952 Ann Bailey Brackett celebrated her 90th birthday on January 28 with family and close friends. She has many fond memories of Queens and sends love to all.


1953


Te class expresses sympathy to Nancy Huddleston Russell on the death of her husband, Steven Holland Russell, who passed away on February 5.


Te class expresses sympathy to Ann Flintom Stewman on the death of her husband, John “Jack” A. Stewman III, who passed away on February 4.


1958 Mary Moore Mason was recently given a Travel South Ambassador media award by Travel South USA for her outstanding role in writing about and promoting overseas tourism to the southern United States. Mary is also the recipient of a similar award for outstanding media contribution presented by the Visit USA Association, representing more than 200 USA states, regions, cities, airlines and other tourism entities. Based in London, Mary is the editor and principal writer for the UK’s Essentially America travel and lifestyle magazine, which she co-founded 25 years ago. Versions of the publication are also now distributed in various formats in Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, China and Mexico (www.essentiallyamerica.co.uk).


1960 Flo Denny Durway has been chosen as an Inspirational


Ann Bailey Brackett ’52 celebrated her 90th birthday on January 28 in South Carolina with family and close friends.


Educator at the UNC Greensboro School of Education. Tis award recognizes educators who have made a transformative impact on students’ lives. Te award honors her legacy in education.


Te class expresses sympathy to Penny Moffett Robson on the death of her husband, John Robson, who passed away on December 1, 2019.


1961 Te class expresses sympathy to Marjorie Carlson Burris on the death of her husband, Lynn Burris, who passed away on October 26, 2019.


Te class expresses sympathy to the family of Susan Brooks Kirkland, who died suddenly on January 30.


Ann Vandiver O’Quinn visited campus on February 27 and was so pleased to see the new Sarah Belk Gambrell Center for the Arts and Civic Engagement, especially Te Ann Vandiver O’Quinn Music Terapy Suite. Ann’s brother, Bill Vandiver, gave a gift to Queens to name the suite in honor of Ann, who majored in music education.


Mary Moore Mason ’58 was given a Travel South Ambassador media award for her role in writing about and promoting overseas tourism in her UK magazine, Essentially America, this past December in Atlanta.


1962 While visiting Charlotte in February, Linda Cashwell Jewell drove through campus. She was impressed with the the stately new buildings, Trexler Student Center and Belk Chapel, which are all being enjoyed by the students. She suggests you come for a visit and see for yourselves.


1963 Te class expresses sympathy to Sloan Ingram Baker and Charlotte Ingram Crosby ’65 on the death of their


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