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Thomas A. Summers 59T was presented with the 2018 Public and Community Service Award by the Atlantic Institute on April 11, 2018 at its Peace and Dialogue Conference in Columbia, South Carolina.


Willis H. Moore 64T was recognized for 26 years of service in the United States Air Force Civil Air Patrol (CAP) in a ceremony at Moody Air Force Base.

Emma Mae Richardson 68T spoke at a luncheon honoring the 20th anniversary of ordained clergy deacons during the 2016 Oklahoma Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church. She, along with 23 others, played an integral role in ensuring the recognition of deacons as full clergy members in the denomination.


Beth Adams Bowser 71T was named “Distinguished Alumni of the Year” at Reinhardt University in March 2017.

James A. Baskett 72T presided over his last meeting as the mayor of Decatur, Georgia, in December 2015, after serving on the City Commission for 20 years.

Gerald D. Lord 74T 86G retired as Associate General Secretary of the Division of Higher Education of the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry. During his time with GBHEM, he created partnerships with Methodist education leaders in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, championed reform in the University Senate, and worked to improve the quality of education at Methodist-related schools.

B. Michael Watson 74T was elected Ecumenical Officer of the United Methodist Council of Bishops.

Robert McCoy Gibbs 76T retired as a member of the Florida Annual Conference of the UMC in June 2016. Before retiring, he served as District Superintendent of the North West District of the Florida Conference.

Richard A. Williams 77T retired from the Episcopal Church in December 2015. He served for 38 years as a priest at St. Paul’s Church and as Vicar for 5 years.

Janice S. Heseman 78T retired after serving 39 years in the Indiana Conference of the UMC.

Steve Stone 78T of Heartsong Church and Dr. Bashar A. Shala of the Memphis Islamic Center jointly received the 2017 Franklin D. Roosevelt Freedom of Worship Medal for their courageous work to foster unity between the Christian and Islamic communities in Memphis, Tennessee.

Enoch L. Hendry 79T retired from historic Trinity United Methodist Church in Savannah, Georgia, in May 2016. He served in ministry for 40 years.


[01] Joseph Tillman Reiff 80T 92G released Born of Conviction: White Methodists and Mississippi’s Closed Society, the first full-length scholarly account of a civil rights-era statement written by 28 white Methodist pastors in Mississippi and its tumultuous aftermath.

Carroll A. Flack 81T retired in 2018 after serving First United Methodist Church in Dallas, North Carolina, for 18 years.

Wright Adams Culpepper 85T was awarded the Georgia Hospital Hero Award at the 2015 Georgia Hospital Association’s Annual Meeting. He was recognized for his work in the community through FaithWorks, a faith-based organization that partners with the health system, churches, and businesses.

David Lee Davis 87T is the new executive director of the Intentional Growth Center at Lake Junaluska.

James Giddens, Jr. 87T retired in 2018 after 30 years as senior minister of Skidaway Island United Methodist Church in Savannah, Georgia.

Scherry Fouke 88T received a 2018 Community Builder Award at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast at First Presbyterian Church in Morristown, Tennessee.

Brenda L. Iglehart 88T is the founder and dean of Coastal Georgia Bible Institute, which was founded in partnership with First African Baptist Church on St. Simons Island, Georgia. The school had its grand opening on July 23, 2016.

Janice Riggle Huie 89T retired in August 2016 after 12 years of service to the Texas Conference of the UMC.

Rosetta Ross 89T 95G was one of two inaugural recipients of the Bishop Forrest C. Stith grants awarded by the African American Methodist Heritage Center to individuals doing historical research or projects on African Americans in Methodism. An ordained elder in the South Carolina Conference of the UMC, Ross is a professor of religion at Spelman College, and is conducting research for a biography of Methodist laywoman and NAACP administrator Ruby Ruffin Hawkins Hurley.


Mark Youmans Alex Davies 92T is one of the 22 inaugural members of the UMC’s academic publishing imprint, New Room Books, which offers Methodist scholars and students a reviewed academic monograph series. 

Rosetta Rena Bryson 95G 95T was consecrated as a bishop of the Kingdom Fellowship Covenant Ministries in July 2016.

Susan Laraine DeHoff 95T was ordained to Pastoral Counseling Ministry as a Minister of Word and Sacrament in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in November 2014.

John Robert Moeller, Jr. 97T was appointed as the CEO of Lutheran Services of Georgia in February 2017. He formerly served as president and CEO of Action Ministries.

Bridgette Woodall 97T is the new archivist for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford in Connecticut. She is responsible for the collection, management, and preservation of all materials chronicling the legacy of the archdiocese and its parishes, offices, and ministries.

Stephen H. Persons Parkes 98T graduated from the University of Toronto and the Toronto School of Theology with a Doctor of Theology in homiletics in May 2016.

Stacia Marie Pelletier 98T 07G released a new book, The Half Wives, in April 2017, and was a presenting author at the 2017 AJC Decatur Book Festival.

[02] F. Douglas Powe, Jr. 98T 04G was named director of the Lewis Center for Church Leadership. He currently serves as Wesley’s James C. Logan Professor of Evangelism (an E. Stanley Jones Professorship) and as managing director for The Institute for Community Engagement and director of its Urban Ministry Program.

Shelley Young Thompkins 98T received her PhD in business management from Capella University. Her dissertation focused on a leader’s level of emotional intelligence and its impact on employment engagement.

Thomas Jay LaPorte 93C 99T curated “It’s After Malcolm: Islam and the Black Freedom Struggle,” which was featured at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta in February 2016.


William James Abbott 01T married Rachel Abbott.

Victor Gomez 01T has been appointed by Bishop Sharma Lewis of the Virginia Annual Conference of the UMC to serve as District Superintendent of the Harrisonburg District. He is the first Latino in Virginia to serve in this role.

[03] Leah Tanika Gunning Francis 01T joined Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty. Previously, she served as Associate Dean of Contextual Education at Eden Theological Seminary in St. Louis. She also published Ferguson and Faith: Sparking Leadership & Awakening Community, examining how St. Louis-area clergy supported and aided emerging young leaders in today’s civil rights movement.

Birgitte Thaarup French 01T received her Doctor of Ministry from Memphis Theological Seminary in May 2016.

Patricia J. McKee 02T graduated from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary with a PhD in art and religion.

Justin Wayne Miller 02T recently founded a non-profit organization called Slingshot Memphis, Inc. Their mission is to disrupt poverty by applying investment principles to the charitable giving landscape.

Matt Miofsky 02T has published two new books, Happy? What It Is and How to Find It and Fail: What to Do When Thing Go Wrong.

[04] Melva L. Sampson 02T 16G joined the faculty of Wake Forest University School of Divinity in fall 2016 as Assistant Professor of Preaching and Practical Theology. Photo credit: Leslie Bray. 

Leslee Jane Samuelson 02T is now a hospice chaplain at NorthShore University Health System in Skokie, Illinois.

Kathleen Weber 95C 03T has been appointed to serve as District Superintendent of the Crest to Coast Missional District in Washington state, a newly formed district comprising all the churches in the current Vancouver District and fifteen churches from the southern end of the Tacoma District. 

Moatemsu Imchen 04T completed his PhD in Hebrew Bible from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California.

Darrio Traman Melton 04T was elected mayor of Selma, Alabama, in the fall of 2016. He formerly served as a State Representative.

[05] Dena Renae Mellick 05T joined the Board of Visitors of Emory University in fall 2016 after being nominated for this position by Candler School of Theology.

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Emory Berry, Jr. 06T serves as pastor of Greenforest Community Baptist Church in Decatur, Georgia. He previously served at Fourth Baptist Church in Church Hill, Virginia, and was recently inducted into the Martin Luther King Jr. Board of Preachers at Morehouse College.

[06] Shelvis Smith-Mather 06T 07T and Nancy Smith-Mather 08T welcomed a daughter, Nicole Kristi Smith-Mather, on October 13, 2016. She joins big brother Jordan and big sister Addie. Shelvis and Nancy were also selected for Emory’s 2018 list of “40 Under Forty” in recognition of their mission work in South Sudan.

Sara Toering 06L 06T was selected for Emory’s 2018 list of “40 Under Forty” in recognition of her work as general counsel for the Center for Community Progress in Atlanta, a national nonprofit focused on transformational change in communities struggling with vacancy, abandonment, and disinvestment.

Julie Boone 07T has been appointed to Marietta First United Methodist Church in Marietta, Georgia. She is the first female senior pastor in the church’s 185-year history.

Austin Dickson 07T was selected for Emory’s 2018 list of “40 Under Forty.” He joined the Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country as Executive Director in May 2017.

Bridget Cabrera 08T has been named Executive Director of the Methodist Federation for Social Action.

Daniel Gulden 08T serves as Vice President of Client Relations for the Pension Fund of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Kevin Joel Hankins 08T married Jessica Bryant on June 27, 2015, in Atlanta.

Avis Evelyn Williams 78OX 98C 08T 18T was the keynote speaker for the Oxford College Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration held on January 18, 2017.

George C. Payne 09T joined the Willow Domestic Violence Center as a case manager.

Sunggu (Paul) Yang 09T is now Assistant Professor of Christian Ministries at George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon.


Kent Burel 74C 10T married Jeanette Adams Gravino on June 28, 2015. The couple lives in Hayesville, North Carolina.

Sharad Hasseini Creasman 10T 18T was the guest chaplain opening the United States Senate floor on March 2, 2017. He currently is the campus minister at Brevard College in North Carolina.

Brett Hains Harris 10T was recently named one of Hattiesburg American’s “Top 12 Under 40.” He is currently the director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Southern Mississippi.

[07] Lauren Holtkamp-Sterling 10T received the 2017 Young Alumnus Award from her undergraduate alma mater, Drury University, for being the third woman ever to be hired as an NBA referee. She is married to fellow NBA ref Jonathan Sterling. AP photo by Carlos Osorio.

Dominique Ayesha Robinson 10T 11T won the Beatitudes Society’s 2015 Brave Preacher Award. The Beatitudes Society recognizes and encourages emerging preachers who address social justice issues through the lens of the current cultural context and the biblical story.

Paige Katherine Swaim-Presley 10T is now the director of the Center for Ministry at Millsaps College, which oversees Course of Study, Continuing Education, and Spiritual Formation for the pastors of the Mississippi Conference of the UMC.  

Benjamin James Gosden 11T was appointed pastor of Trinity United Methodist Church in Savannah, Georgia, in June 2016.

The Rev. Dr. Kevin Rashad Murriel 11T received the Emerging Prophet Leader Award from Gammon Theological Seminary in December 2017, and was recognized as the 2017 Outstanding Spiritual Leader at the Inaugural Atlanta Circle of Influence Awards. He was also selected for Emory’s 2018 list of “40 Under Forty” in recognition of his work to translate the methods of the civil rights movement into a modern day strategy for social justice and racial reconciliation.

Quentin Samuels 11T joined the Candler staff in August 2017 as Assistant Director of Student Life.

[08] Duncan Eric Teague 11T was recognized as an Atlanta LGBTQ trailblazer at the second annual “Our Founding Valentines” event, sponsored by Atlanta Pride and Touching Up Our Roots. Teague was honored for his work as an HIV educator and researcher. He was also honored by the Georgia House of Representatives for his advocacy and leadership in the African American Gay and Lesbian Alliance.

Laura K. Brekke 12T is now Benfield-Vick Chaplain at Davis & Elkins College in Elkins, West Virginia.

Adam Mathes 12T 21G was promoted to the rank of Major by Secretary of Defense James Mattis. Mathes has served as an infantry officer in the U.S. Marine Corps and a chaplain in the U.S. Navy Reserve, and is an elder in the North Georgia Conference of the UMC.

Michael Todd Salmi 12T was selected as a 2016 Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Pastoral Leadership for Public Life Fellow.

C. Mark Batten 13T has been named Program Officer for the Clemmons Community Foundation in North Carolina.

Tyler Askew 14T has been named International Student and Scholar Advisor for the Office of International Student and Scholar Services Department at Emory University.

Sabrina Tindal Cherry 14T was selected as a 2015 American Public Health Society Leadership Scholar and served as a graduate assistant with the Archway Partnership at UGA.

[09] Sally Sarratt 14T(at left in photo) and her wife, Maria Swearingen, were called by unanimous vote in January 2017 to serve as senior ministers and co-pastors of historic Calvary Baptist Church in Washington, DC.

Matthew P. Cavedon 14L 15T is a Constitutional Litigator for the Institute for Justice in Washington, DC.

[10] Hannah Drey Landgraf 15T and Eric Joseph Rucker 14T were married on April 1, 2017, with Brandon Maxwell 14T officiating. Photo by Mattie Belle Photography.

[11] Alisha Lynette Gordon 15T is the national director of Faith-Based Initiatives for Mike Bloomberg’s presidential campaign. UMNS photo by Mike DuBose.

Theodore Adriel Goshorn 15T and his wife, Dana, welcomed their second son, Carter Arlen Goshorn, on September 8, 2015.

Jeania Ree Violet Moore 15T
was appointed in June 2016 as Director of Civil and Human Rights at the UMC’s General Board of Church and Society in Washington, DC. She was also named to Emory’s inaugural class of “40 Under Forty” in 2017 and the Center for American Progress’s “10 Faith Leaders to Watch in 2018.”

Janelle Adams 16T
is the community engagement coordinator for Lutheran Services of Georgia’s Immigration and Refugee Services programs, one of Candler’s long-term Contextual Education I sites.

Angelo Luis 16T
is the staff chaplain at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll, Iowa. He completed his chaplain residency at Unity Point Health in Des Moines.

Brenna Nicole Lakeson 16T
serves as Program Assistant at Central Outreach and Advocacy Center in Atlanta.

Dominique Q. Lester 16T
is Minister of Youth & Young Adults at Greater Centennial AME Zion Church in Mount Vernon, New York. He is also pursuing a Master of Arts in History and Education at Columbia University.

Josué Quintanilla 16T
has joined Lutheran Services of Georgia as a bilingual case manager for unaccompanied immigrant children living with sponsors.

Ashley M. Wilcox 16T
is Pastor of the Church of Mary Magdalene in Decatur, Georgia.

Taylor Claire Bean 17T
has been appointed Associate Pastor of The United Methodist Church in Madison, New Jersey, and also serves as Chaplain at Drew University.

Lawrence West Gipson 17T
has served since August 2017 as Associate Pastor at Old South Union Church in Weymouth, Massachusetts.

Noelle Marie York-Simmons 99C 17T
is the 28th rector of historic Christ Church in Alexandria, Virginia.

Sh’Kur Francis 18T
is the first African-American senior pastor of Grace United Methodist Church and Lynwood United Methodist Church in Lancaster, South Carolina.

Lorenzo Harmon 18T
has been named a Woodrow Wilson Georgia Teaching Fellow. The highly competitive program focuses on preparing top-quality educators for Georgia’s most underserved public schools.

Kristi Painter 18T has begun a two-year stint as a Global Mission Fellow of the UMC, serving as a community organizer at Arch Street UMC in Philadelphia, in collaboration with the city’s New Sanctuary Movement. 

Five Candler alumni have been selected to receive 2018 Doctoral Fellowships from the Forum for Theological Exploration (FTE). Whitney Bond 16T (Chicago Theological Seminary), Eunil David Cho 15T 23G (Emory University), Diana Rodriguez Click 14T 23G (Emory), Ericka Dunbar 13T (Drew University) and Rachelle Green 14T 22G (Emory) were selected as part of the largest class of Doctoral Fellows since FTE began offering the fellowships 50 years ago. 

Faculty Remembrances, 2015-2018


[01] James W. Fowler III
died on October 16, 2015. He came to Candler in 1977 and served as the Charles Howard Candler Professor of Theology and Human Development, as well as the director of the Center for Research on Faith and Moral Development and the founding director of Emory’s Center for Ethics, where he worked until his retirement in 2005. His 1981 book, Stages of Faith: The Psychology of Human Development and the Quest for Meaning, has gone through more than 50 printings in its U.S. edition and remains required reading in many college and seminary courses. He was an ordained elder in the Western North Carolina Conference of the UMC.

[02] Channing R. Jeschke died on January 13, 2016. He was Margaret A. Pitts Professor of Theological Bibliography and served on the Candler faculty from 1971 to 1994. He received the Candler Dean’s Medal in recognition of his role in shaping Pitts as a world-class theology library by acquiring 220,000 volumes from Hartford Seminary, crafting Pitts’ collection development strategy, and nurturing relationships with notable donors. In 2014, Jeschke received Candler’s Centennial medal for extraordinary service to the school, society, and church.

[03] Manfred Hoffmann died on March 15, 2017. He served as professor of church history and historical theology and was on Candler’s faculty from 1960 to 1997. When he arrived at Emory, he joined a cadre of young scholars including Bill Mallard, Ted Runyon, Ted Weber and Hendrikus Boers, who helped transform Candler from a regional, denominational seminary into an international, ecumenical school of theology. After retiring, he became theologian-in-residence at Peachtree Road United Methodist Church in Atlanta. He was an ordained elder in the UMC.

[04] Theodore H. Runyon, Jr. died on May 11, 2017. A member of Candler’s faculty from 1958 to 1998, he served as professor of systematic theology. His 40 years at Candler were integral to the school’s growth as a leader in university-based theological education, including the establishment and cultivation of an exchange program with the University of Göttingen, and the development of Emory’s Graduate Division of Religion as one of the premier programs in the nation. Runyon was the first recipient of the Campus Outstanding Faculty Award (1967), and also received the Emory Williams Award for Distinguished Teaching at the Graduate and Professional Level (1973).

[05] Gene Tucker, died on January 4, 2018, at the age of 82. A professor of Old Testament, he taught at Candler from 1970 until his retirement in 1995. When he joined Candler, he was already recognized as a warm and engaging teacher, an accomplished scholar, and a highly respected administrator, having previously taught at the University of Southern California and Duke Divinity School. An ordained elder in the North Texas Conference of the UMC, he authored or co-authored four books, including Form Criticism on the Old Testament, widely used in colleges and seminaries. In 1981, he joined the New Revised Standard Version Bible Committee. From 1985 to 1990, Tucker chaired the Research and Publications Committee of the Society for Biblical Literature, and later served as SBL president.

[06] Bevel Jones III 46C 49T died on March 6, 2018. Jones pastored six churches in the North Georgia Conference of the UMC and was elected bishop in 1984, serving the Western North Carolina Conference until his retirement in 1996, when he returned to Candler as bishop-in-residence. In 1957, he was among the signatories of the famous “Ministers’ Manifesto,” a statement issued by 80 white members of the Atlanta Christian Council discouraging city officials and citizens from pursuing a course of massive resistance to federal authority in the integration of public schools. A longtime member of Emory's board of trustees, Jones also served as a special assistant in Candler's development office and a trustee emeritus of the university. Candler established the L. Bevel Jones III Chair in the Practice of Ministry in his honor. 

[07] Gail R. O’Day 83G died on September 22, 2018, at the age of 63. She taught at Candler from 1987 to 2010, serving as A.H. Shatford Professor of Preaching and New Testament and senior associate dean of faculty and academic affairs. An authority on John, O'Day contributed numerous books and articles to New Testament studies and preaching that are widely used by scholars and ministers, including Revelation in the Fourth Gospel, commentary on the Gospel of John in The New Interpreter's Bible, and The Word Disclosed: Preaching the Gospel of John. She also served as the general editor of the international Journal of Biblical Literature and on the editorial board of The New Interpreter's Bible. In 2010, she became dean and professor of New Testament and preaching at Wake Forest University School of Divinity.

[08] John Lynn Carr, associate professor emeritus of church ministries and former director of Continuing Education, died on October 9, 2018. He served at Candler from 1976 to 1998, focusing on the pastor as educator and adult education, especially teaching the Bible. He and his wife, Adrienne, also on faculty, co-authored nine adult education programs used by small groups around the globe, along with other notable writings for the United Methodist Council of Bishops. Together, the Carrs led new initiatives at Candler for integrating theological theory and ministry practice across the curriculum, strengthened the school’s program in Christian education, and nurtured relationships between Candler and local churches. He was an ordained elder in the UMC.


 In Memoriam, 2015-2018

Joe T. Melton 42T

Felix A. Sutphin 44T

Ben C. Alexander 45T

Charles J. Hurlock 46T

James Grigsby 47T

C. Douglas Mayo 47T

A. Ray Adams 48T

Edward Laney Davidson 48T

Charles W. Hancock 48T

Theodore W. Jennings 48T

Walter N. Kalaf 45C 48T

Allen D. Montgomery 48T

Warren E. Pittman 48T

William E. “Bill” Curl 49T

Patricia G. Inge 49T

C.J. Lupo, Jr. 49T

Franklin W. Ray 49T

Gordon H. Strickland 49T

Donald G. Chandler 50T

W. Glenn Dorris, Jr. 50T

John James Miller 50T

J. Thomas Sofge, Jr. 50T

David K. Switzer 50T

William S. Ferguson 51T

Carol D. Jones 51T

Evelyn Laycock 51T 84T

Marion M. Pierson 49C 51T

Sidney Sandridge 51T 52G

Omar R. Fink, Jr. 52T

Roy Gamblin 52T

Emory C. Gilbert 52T

William R. Kinnett 52T

H. Warren Landis 52T

C. Edward Reeves, Jr. 49C 52T

James D. Benson 53T

Robert B. Bridges, Sr. 50C 53T

Beth J. Conerly 53T

Thomas Oliver Crosby 53T

Frances Raburn Duncan 53T

William Jeryl Fink 53T

John M. Fletcher 53T

Donald K. Funderburk 53T

Don W. Gray 53T

Donald J. Hall 53T

William B. Jones 53T

P. Glenn Pearce 53T

James C. Rowan 53T

Ryan H. Seawright, Jr. 53T

Ashland D. Shaw 53T

Frank T. Stoff, Jr. 53T

James Robert Styles 53T

George W. Wannamaker 53T

Charles H. Williams 53T

Lander L. Beal 54T 65T

James W. Chester 51C 54T

Roy A. Eaton 54T

Harry M. Goewey 54T

William H. Granberry 54T

Joseph J. Hauser 54T

Raymond E. Pierson 54T

James E. Powell, Jr. 54T

George V. Puster 54T

Ennis Sellers 54T

R. Harold Strader 54T

Eugene R. Woolridge, Jr. 54T

Robert E. Zimmerli 54T

Donald H. Anderson 55T

Duncan A. Clark 55T

Hawkins Westmoreland Clark 55T

General Horace Couch 55T

Phillips King Foote 55T

Langdon Howard Garrison, Jr. 55T

K. Edwin Graham 55T

Ted P. Griner 52C 55T

Henry Stuart Irvin, Sr. 55T

Sale T. Lilly, Jr. 55T

Oliver Hamilton Scott, Jr. 55T

J.B. McNeil 55T

John M. Minter 50OX 52C 55T

Kenneth C. Verran 55T

Joseph W. Adams 54C 56T

Chester Bolton, Jr. 56T

J. Harley Cecil 56T

Dewey Dark, Jr. 56T

Betty S. Griffin 56T

Howard B. Albury 57T

Max E. Barlow 57T

John B. Bass 57T

Sam H. Coker 57T

Paul Featherston Douglass 57T

Eugene C. Holmes 57T

William Richard Floyd 54C 57T

Walter E. Kilburn 57T

John Mendez 57T

Jack E. Ray 57T

Leon E. Strunk 57T

Reinaldo Toledo 57T

Lucy Grace Fisackerly Whitehead 57T

Charles Huber Clarke, Jr. 58T

Howard E. Collins 58T

D. Ross Denslow 58T

Charles A. Farr 53OX 55C 58T

Charles E. Frazier 58T

Boyce Huffstetler 58T

Gene Brown O’Quinn 58T

James Price 58T

William J. Vines 58T

Charles Walker 58T

Lucene Williams 58T

Dan G. Adams 59T

John Y. Bacon 59T

Carol Hayton Bradley 59T

William K. Coble 59T

Robert M. Copeland, Jr. 59T

Robert C. Gillespie 59T

Bernard K. Henry, Sr. 59T

James E. Hunter III 59T 60T 75T

Charles E. Lippse 59T

Hunter P. Mabry 59T

Julian L. Tucker 59T

Sam E. Yearby, Jr. 59T

Norman E. Booth 60T

Jim DeBardeleben 60T

Richard H. Finney 60T

Tommy Dee Gilbert, Sr. 60T

Dean Head 60T

J. Harold Headrick 60T

William E. McTier, Jr. 56C 60T

Robert Walton Milby, Sr. 60T

Ivester Pope 60T

Jack T. Sanders 60T

Claude E. Smithmier 60T

Robert Temple 60T

Mark F. Wimmer 60T

Rudolph R. Baker, Jr. 61T

William Bowling 61T

O.C. Brown 61T

Nelson D. Chasteen 61T

Ernest L. Dover 61T

Cecil W. Dudley 61T

Denson N. Franklin, Jr. 61T

Danny E. Harrison 61T

Charles C. Hays, Jr. 61T 79T

Arthur B. Holmes, Jr. 61T

Joseph W. “Bud” Howell 61T

Janis R. Kenney 61T

Charles W. Nicholson, Sr. 61T

Herbert A. Owen 61T

W. Guy Parrish, Jr. 61T

Andrew Jackson “Jack” Brown, Jr. 62T

Rupert N. Caviness, Jr. 62T

Lamar M. Davis 54C 62T

Belon O. Friday 62T

Jene C. Greer 62T

Gerald A. Jacobson 62T

David Bingham Knight, Sr. 62T

William R. Lampkin 62T

Aleck G. Poolos 62T

Donald D. Rieder 62T

William L. Rhoads 62T

Ralph Lynwood Smith 62T

Joe H. White 62T

James Lee Collins 63T

Lenox A. Mallory 63T

Judson P. Nelson, Sr. 63T

Queon Paul Smith 63T

Robert “Buck” Ward 63T

R.C. Warren 63T

William R. Wells 63T

Robert M. Blasingame 64T

Robert W. Combs 64T

Randle B. Dew 64T

Alan P. Gorsline 64T

Philip L. Green, Jr. 64T

Dewey W. Griffin 64T

John Hayes, Jr. 64T

Clara C. Huguley 64T

Cranford E. Johnson, Jr. 64T

Robert A. Pardue 64T

James A. Starnes 64T

James Warren Tinney 64T

Albert F. Turnell 59OX 61C 64T

Albert L. Askew 65T

Larry E. Cook 65T

Robert T. Edmonds, Sr. 65T

James S. Pollock 65T

Leland Bagwell 66T

Edison F. Burleson 66T

L.C. Guthrie 66T

Lawson E. Jolly 66T

Harold W. Lyda 66T

Carl Rabon Stephens 66T

John B. Williams III 66T

Edwin C. Carter, Jr. 67T

Carl F. Hall 67T

Richard M. Harris 67T

Lee W. Hubbard 67T

Harry G. Lewis 67T

Robert S. Patterson 67T

Jack E. Summers 67T

Sara L. Whetstone 67T

William Hampton Wolfe 67T 81T

Douglas A. Bowling 68T

 Varney A. Graves 68T

R.F. Johnson 68T

Melvin Bucky Jordan 68T

Harold D. Shaffer 68T

Kathryn Sandefur White 68T

Powell G. Williams II 68T

Thomas G. Harris 69T

James H. Loy 69T

Joe E. Luther, Jr. 69T

Jerry B. Newsome 69T

Herbert F. Spencer 69T

Samuel A. Storey, Sr. 69T

Fred A. Bowers 70T

Earl C. David, Jr. 70T

Charles L. Grovenstein, Sr. 70T

Charles W. Larsen 70T

C. Henderson Rasberry 70T

Harvey H. Walters 70T

Hoyt A. Allen 71T

James L. Britton 71T

Charles Gillespie 71T

R. Steven Lisenby 71T

Bill Self 71T

Hugh E. Shirah 71T

Charles E. Zimmerman, Jr. 71T

Dan Atkinson 72T

George Raymond Cousar 72T

Thomas A. Dunbar 72T

Fred C. Lofton 72T

Alfred Dudlow Norris 72T

William B. Springer 72T

John Daniel Williamson 72T

Donald L. Botten 73T

Charles J. Davis 73T

John G. Galloway 73T

John H. Harper 73T

James D. Harrison 73T

Guss J. Shelly 73T

Robert L. Shook 73T

Charlie G. Dudley 74T

Perry Sandifer 74T

Hugh S. Bird 75T

John Dickenson 75T

James Sanders 75T

>R. Hollis Gause 75G

Lawrence A. Creel 76T

James K. Rowland 76T

J. Ferrell Drummond 77T

Wallace F. Fowler 77T

Larry Bruce Hall 77T

Donald W. Legler 77T

Douglas Ross Seymour, Sr. 77T

Steven A. Wiley 77T

Michael L. Dusing 79T

Lyle Dean Linder 79T

Edwin Gayle Burch 80T

Miriam Hayes Holland 51G 80T

James David Reep 80T

H. Wayne Webster 80T

Jean French Russo 81T

Robert Frederick Hupka 82T

P.T. McCutchen, Jr. 54C 59L 82T

Barry E. Sullivan 82T

Furman Norris 83T

David T. Bryson 84T

James O. Harper 85T

Jeffrey A. Johnson 85T

Leamon Paul McWhorter 85T

Michael E. Brown 86T

Julia Thomas Gary 58G 86T

John W. Gibson 87T

Larry Leslie Pearson 87T

Jerry E. Sims 87T

Lonzy Fitzgerald Edwards 88T

Bryan T. Scarbrough 88T

Joan Radford Biles 89T

Fred A. Goodwin 89T

Pamela S. McMillan 89T

Raymond C. Deese 90T

G. Coleman Odom 90T

Helen Berenthien 91T

Samuel O. Morris III 91T

Kathleen B. Cowart 92T

Kenneth Marcus 92T

Marcia L. Zull 92T

Margaret Louise Reeves 93T

Charles Mikel Benson 94T

Mary Burton McKenzie 94T

Charles Swaney 94T

Molly E. Fulford 95T

Richard Muth 95T

Jane Vinson Dorman 96T

Roland Hartley, Jr. 96T

Anne Collins Musselman 97T

Richard Alan Young 97T

Angelia Lanette Hayes 99T

David J. Brown 00T

Diana Lynn Jones 00T

Paul Garnett Willis 02T

Jessica Leigh Newsome 09T

Malcolm Hassan Stephens 10T

Walter Darrell Wiggins 19T