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Name Note
Sara Moore Arnold
Class of 2003
Birth
and husband Thomas Arnold '99 announce the birth of their daughter Grace Elizabeth on April 23,2014
Alice Blackburn Ayers
Class of 1957
Memoriam
passed away October 7, 2014. She was born in Maryville Tennessee, daughter of the late Roy Blackburn and Alice Blackburn. In 1968 she moved to Lake County from Mountain City, Tennessee. She was an elder of the First Presbyterian Church in Eustis, Florida and a member of the Presbyterian Women's organization. She was active in Howey -in-the-Hills Garden and Civic Club; Lake Association for Home and Community Education and Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority. Before coming to Lake County, Alice was a 4-H/Home Economics' extension agent in Mountain City TN. She employed as 4-H extension agent with the University of Florida/Lake County Extension from 1968 until her retirement in 1992. She administered the 4-H youth development program serving over 5,000 youth an leaders during her career. Alice graduated from Maryville College with a Bachelor's degree in home economics and earned a master's degree from the University of Pittsburgh. She received several awards: Distinguished Service Award from National Association of Extension 4-H Agents and its 25 Year Service Award, Lake County Agriculture and Youth Fair's 1992 Roll of Honor for 20 years of service, President of the Florida Association of the 4-H Agents and registration chairman for the 1981 National Conference of 4-H service as a volunteer. The Howey Garden and Civic Club gave Alice the 2002 Blanche Hobbs Award for outstanding service. Friends appreciated her dependability and quiet steady manner. Alice enjoyed sewing, weaving, upholstery, bread making and scrapbooking. Alice is survived by her Husband of 42 years,David H. Ayres. Also surviving her brother, Charles R (Elizabeth) Blackburn of Maryville, TN; sister-in-law, Fern Blackburn of Knoxville; nephews, Richard E. (Cynthia) Blackburn, Thompson Station, TN; Timothy C. (Jean) Blackburn of Maryville; great nieces, Gracie, Jordin and Audrey; great -nephews, Joe and wife Rachel; great-great niece, Virginia Alice and Cousin, Grace Stinecipher of Standford, FL. Alice was predeased by her brother James W. Blackburn. A memorial service will be held at 11am Thursday October 16 at the First Presbyterian Church in Eustis, Florida
Michelle Wilson Bailey
Class of 2008
Birth
and Kevin J. Bailey '08 a son, Ryan Mark Bailey, Friday, October 10, 2014.
George Philip Barber
Class of 1951
Memoriam
of Apollo Beach, died May 15, 2014. Survived by wife, Gail; children, Michael, Gary & Lyn; 3 grands; 2 great-grands; brothers, Jack & Jim. Dobies Funeral Home, Tarpon
Betty Moser Black
Class of 1949
Memoriam
age 85, widow of Earl (Red) Black, of Vonore, passed away 11:40 a.m. Wednesday, November 13, 2013, at her home. Member of Vonore United Methodist Church, playing the piano there for many years and also at Corntassel Cumberland Presbyterian Church. A graduate of Maryville College and a retired school teacher. Survivors: daughter, Jenny Black; son and daughter-in-law, Brad and Kim Black, all of Vonore; grandchildren and spouses, Amy and Daniel Jones, Knoxville, Adam and Heather Black, Vonore, Thomas Black, Santa Barbara, California; great grandchildren, Scarlett and Bella Black, both of Vonore, Jackson Jones, Knoxville, Nephews, Mike Swafford, Vonore, Tim Swafford, Chattanooga, Pat Raffalovich, Colorado; one special great niece; four special great nephews; and will be sadly missed by the "POD" and the golden girls; special friend, Yvonne Boone. Preceded in death by daddy and mother, Roderick and Jennie White Moser; sisters, Margie Swafford and Henrietta Raffalovich. Funeral 7:00 p.m. Saturday, Biereley-Hale Chapel, Rev. Laura Trent and Rev. Raymond Hall officiating. Interment 2:00 p.m. Sunday, White Family Cemetery, Rev. James Hart officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Good Shepherd Center, 5150 Hwy. 411, Madisonville, TN 37354, The Smile Train, P.O. Box 96231, Washington D.C. 20090-6231 or the Holston United Methodist Home for Children, 404 Holston Dr., Greeneville, TN 37743. Family will receive friends 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Saturday at Biereley-Hale Funeral Home, Madisonville.
Carolyn Graham Bradley
Class of 1974
Notes
recently retired with a 40 year career in education. Currently still active as a business owner, she looks rward to connecting with friends during alumni weekends nd being involved as an alumni.
Sutton Brown
Class of 1976
Notes
who owns Brown's and Hardware store is an old-time country store with newfangled ideas. While the groceries are fresh and up to date, the same can't be said for the items for sale in the hardware section of the store. "We have old fuses and stuff that you just can't find at Walmart," said Jonathan Kent. Much of the hardware in stock was designed to fit plumbing and electrical fixtures from the 1920s and 1930s. Many of the store's customers travel from North Carolina and Virginia to purchase hard-to-find items. That includes apple butter kettles and two-man apple peelers and all sorts of unusual gadgets. While the inside of the hardware section of the store looks like it is still the 1950s, the store's roof is definitely 21st century. Row after row of new solar panels crowd the roof of the hardware section and the nearby warehouse. The panels have been installed over the past three weeks by one man, Josh Guy of Mountaineer Electric of Vilas, N.C. Guy finished the installation Tuesday. The panels should be connected to the grid by the end of this week. As a result of Guy's installation and the vision of store owner Sutton Brown, the old-timey store now has bragging rights in Carter County. Its solar panels can generate 44 kilowatts of electricity from the sun. That is remarkable because when the system is connected to the grid this week, Ken Markland of the Elizabethton Electric Department said Brown's output will be three times larger than Security Federal Bank, which produces 15 kilowatts from its panels. Guy said the installation of the wiring for the panels was difficult because the store and other electric customers were on an old 120/240 volt three-phase delta line, but Markland said it was not a problem for Elizabethton Electric engineers, and they worked with Guy on the connections. Markland said the system will have its own meter to measure how much power the panels are producing. The readings from that meter will be subtracted from the amount of electricity the store consumed each month. If the store used more electricity than the panels produced, the electric bill will be the reduced figure. If the panels produced more electricity than Brown's consumed, the store will not have to pay anything for that month and credit will be applied to the next month's bill. At the end of the year, the meter readings will be added up and if there is a credit of more than $200, Markland said Brown will receive a refund check. Guy said there are grants available for the installation of solar panels. He said Brown's was unable to qualify for a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture because Hampton was not considered rural enough at the time of the grant application. He said that has now changed and the USDA now considers Hampton to be rural, and its grants can be awarded to homes and businesses in the Hampton area. Markland said that even with grants and Tennessee Valley Authority incentives, solar panels have a long return on investment, but that is not the main concern of most people installing them. "It is not really a business investment. You can't use them to make a profit, but they can reduce your carbon footprint," Markland said. That means that Brown's can have a big impact on the market for 1930s implements, while its carbon footprint leaves a small impact on the environment. (Article on Facebook, sent in by Ed Best) http://www.johnsoncitypress.com/article/120868/old-time-country-store-goes-solar
Sue Clarke Cox
Class of 1946
Memoriam
passed away on Friday, October 3, 2014. She was preceded in death by her husband George. Funeral services were 11:00 am Oct. 7 at St. Peter's Episcopal Church with Rev. Dr. Robert G. Nichols officiating. Burial will be in Chattanooga Memorial Park. Visitation is 5-7 pm Oct. 6 at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Peter's Episcopal Church or the Pat Summit Foundation (Alzheimer's research).
Bill Howard Dartnell
Class of 1954
Memoriam
passed away March 20, 2014 due to a house fire at his home in Toms Brook, Virginia
Gail Wathen Grady
Class of 1958
Memoriam
She was preceded in death by her parents, Dr. Charles and Blanche Moore Wathen; and twin sister, Janet Wathen Clark. She is survived by her husband of thirty-two years, Melvin T. Grady; brother, James Edward (Carol Lee) Wathen, St. Petersburg, FL; and sisters-in-law, Barbara Jean Grady Holt, Houston, TX, Peggy June Grady Smith, Dothan, AL; nieces Mrs.Twana (Peter) Skrobot, Munster, IN, Ms. Cynthia Wathen St Petersburg, FL; nephews Clifton B (Jennifer) Clark, James (Linda) Wathen. Mrs. Grady was born Helen Gail Wathen on July 4, 1936 in Berea, KY. She was a 1954 graduate of London High School in London, KY, an honors graduate of Maryville Tennessee College where she received a bachelor's degree, and a graduate of Georgia State University where she received her master's degree. She was a retired research scientist microbiologist from the CDC with thirty years of service. She was a member of Sugar Hill United Methodist Church.
Catherine Crothers Hodges
Class of 1946
Memoriam
born April 24, 1923 in Andong, Korea to Presbyterian missionaries, passed away in Birmingham on October 5, 2014, and there is great rejoicing in Heaven. Catherine was preceded in death by her parents, Rev. John Y. and Ellen M. Crothers, brothers Rev. James and Rev. Samuel Crothers, son Terry Wallace Hodges and a host of loving friends. She is survived by sons William P. 'Pat' Hodges and Larry J. (Pam) Hodges, both of Birmingham, daughter-in-law, B.J. Hodges of Anthem, AZ, grandsons Adam J. Hodges (Allison) of Nashville and Vance C. (Joy) Hodges of Neenah, WI, granddaughter Ansley C. Hodges of Orlando, six great-grandchildren, and a host of loving friends. Catherine spent her childhood with her family in the mission fields in Korea before returning to the States to complete her secondary education at Lower Merion High School in Ardmore, PA. She then earned her undergraduate degree from Maryville College and her Masters of Elementary Education from Samford University. She was a member of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society for women in education, and taught first and second grades in the Birmingham school system for 23 years. At the end of her career, she was teaching the children of students she had taught at the start of her career. A lifelong bird lover, Catherine was a member of the Audubon Society and the Alabama Ornithological Society. As part of her birding activities she was a long-time member of the late Helen Kittinger's Tuesday birding group. She was also a member of the Blanche Dean chapter of the Alabama Wildflower Society. The sister, daughter, granddaughter and great-granddaughter of Presbyterian (USA) ministers, Catherine's faith ran deep. After moving to Birmingham, she joined Five Mile Presbyterian Church in 1950, and served the church as Sunday school teacher, Elder, member of the Session, and Trustee. Active in Presbyterian Women, she received the Woman of the Year award in 2009. Loving mother, doting grandparent and great-grandparent, generous friend, patient teacher, good and faithful Christian: Catherine Hodges was all of these. Although she will be missed here on earth.
Jacqueline Lundgren Hubscher - DECEASED
Class of 1965
Memoriam
of Fairless Hills died Friday, May 9, 2014, at Aria Hospital Bucks County Campus. She was 70. Born in New York City, Mrs. Hubscher has been a long time resident of Fairless Hills. She enjoyed cooking and traveling and had visited many places all over the world including, the Amazon river, Antarctica, and Machu Picchu. She also looked forward to her Friday trips to the salon to get her hair done. Mrs. Hubscher was an animal lover and had numerous pets throughout the years. Beloved wife of Maurice F. Hubscher for 47 years, Mrs. Hubscher was the loving mother of Christian Hubscher (Susan), Josanne Hubscher and Delana Hubscher Ryan (Michael). She was the devoted grandmother of Beverly, Danielle, Brock, and Colton and was the great grandmother of Brianna.
Tom Frederick Hudson
Class of 1983
Notes
has been named Executive Director of the South Carolina School Improvement Council (SC-SIC) by the Dean of the University of South Carolina College of Education. Tom served as SC-SIC Associate Director, and more recently as Interim Executive Director, since 2007. SC-SIC provides member training, assistance, and resources for the community-based School Improvement Councils in each of South Carolina's K-12 public schools. Prior to joining the SC-SIC staff, Tom had a 20-plus-year career in communications, public information, and media/constituent relations in the public, private, and education sectors. He is immediate past president of the SC Chapter of the National School Public Relations Association and is a federal appointee to the Selective Service System Board for Richland County (SC). Tom is a 2010 Diversity Fellow of The Riley Institute at Furman University (SC), and is a 2012 Education Policy Fellow of the Institute for Educational Leadership in Washington, DC. He and his wife, Alisha, live in Columbia, SC, with daughter Emily (18). Tom's sons, Matthew (26) and Palmer (26) live in Athens, GA, and Lancaster, SC, respectively.
Emily Headrick Johnson
Class of 2011
Marriage
married her best friend, Eric L. Johnson on June 28th, 2014.
Bob K. Johnston
Class of 1962
Memoriam
was born in Clarksville, Arkansas, April 19, 1940 to Anne Vanderslice and Robert Hartman Johnston, who predeceased him. He died October 11 at home with his family at his bedside. He is survived by his wife of 52 years Martha Johnston; his five children, James (Pamela) Johnston, Lexington, KY, Andrew (Kristen) Johnston Houston, TX, Elizabeth (Timothy) Howard, Brentwood, TN, Dr. David ( Dr. Jennifer) Johnston, Clarksville, TN, Mary (James) Tayloe Memphis, TN; eleven grandchildren, Alexander, Margaret, William, and Robert Howard; Leah and Brian Johnston; Hannah, Katherine and Matthew Johnston; and Caroline and Camille Johnston; two sisters, Eloise (Joe) Galvan, San Antonio TX and Camille Jones, Donna TX; one brother, Walter (Barbara) Johnston, Buda TX; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was raised in Mercedes, Texas and attended Maryville College. He received his MD from Vanderbilt University. Bob served in the Medical Corps of the Army at Fort Benning and in Vi-etnam and was honorably discharged with a rank of Major.In addition to his family and his church, Dr. Johnston had four great loves. He loved music, fre-quently attended the symphony and sang in the choirs of both Hillwood Presbyterian and Trinity Presbyterian. He was an avid tennis player, winning local, state, and national titles. He believed in sharing his healing gifts, and was a frequent missionary to Kikuyu Orthopedic and Rehabilita-tion Center, an East African Presbyterian Institution outside Nairobi, Kenya. He also loved his medical practice, which began with the Edwards-Eve Clinic at St. Thomas hospital, subsequent-ly became the Lipscomb Clinic, and finally Tennessee Orthopedic Alliance. After retiring from TOA, he continued to practice at The General Hospital at Meharry until June 2014.He was a member of Hillwood Presbyterian Church where he was on the session working with Room in the Inn and Habitat for Humanity. He served on the boards of The Medical Benevo-lence Foundation, Park Manor retirement home, and the Wilson Rehabilitation Center. He served as a church league basketball coach for many years. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/tennessean/obituary.aspx?n=robert-k-johnston&pid=172797887&fhid=14292&eid=sp_ommatch#sthash.PmJNEZcT.dpuf
Hugh S. Livingston
Class of 1969
Memoriam
age 83 of Townsend, died Saturday, October 6, 2001at Asbury Acres Nursing Home, following a long illness. Hugh was born and raised in Mohawk,Tennessee and moved to Blount County where he worked for 43 years as a millwright for theAluminum Company of America. Hugh served his country proudly during World War II in the Third Army under General Patton with a tour of duty in Germany. He was recognized with several medals and awards of merit during this service. As a veteran, Hugh was reluctant to speak of his military experiences but shared with his grandchildren his first visit to a big city and seeing the Statue of Liberty from the deck of the ship as he left for Germany, and then seeing her again in a different light when he returned to stateside. Hugh was an avid gardener, loved to grow flowers, and crafted handcarved miniature log cabins and churches from pieces of cedar. As a father raising boys, he spent time in the hills of his beloved East Tennessee, teaching his sons to hunt and to fish and to respect the land. He loved all types of music and could play the guitar and mandolin by ear. He was a member of Alcoa First Baptist, but upon moving to Townsend, attended Tuckaleechee United Methodist Church. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Orpha Jarrells and Samuel Benjamin Livingston; sisters Mary Sue Livingston, Medra Ethel Lee and brother Jarrell Benton Livingston. He leaves behind his loving wife, Barbara Rathbone Wilson Livingston; son Hugh Samuel Livingston, Jr.; son and daughter-in-law Willlam Lynn Livingston and Janice R. Livingston; step-son and wife Joe and Brenda Wilson; granddaughter Laura Livingston Marsh and husband Steve Marsh; granddaughter Candice Lynn Wilson; grandsons Joshua Christian, Daniel Benjamin and Caleb Samson Livingston and Christopher David Wilson. Hugh is also survived by sisters leanece Newman, Lorraine Livingston, Orpha Maude Lane, Jenny Allred and brothers; David, Don, and Ned Livingston; many nieces and nephews and a host of dear friends and other relatives
Hal B. Lloyd
Class of 1943
Memoriam
passed away on Sunday, Oct. 12th. She said he passed away peacefully. Waiting on Obituary
Herbert M. McCallum
Class of 1950
Memoriam
Jan. 13, 1928 - Sept. 2, 2013 RALEIGH, N.C. - Herbert McCraw McCallum, 85, died Monday at his residence. He was employed as a Health Planner with the State of North Carolina, prior to retirement. An ordained Presbyterian minister, he served as a chaplain in the US Air Force. He enjoyed staying active by volunteering with a variety of organizations, such as Meals on Wheels, the NC Art Museum, the RDU Ambassador and as a NC Train host. In addition, he taught college courses at Wake Tech and Encore. Mr. McCallum was associated with West Raleigh Presbyterian Church, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Good Shepard Lutheran Church and White Memorial Presbyterian Church. A memorial service will be held Thursday, 3:00 pm at Springmoor Auditorium, 1500 Sawmill Rd., Raleigh, NC 27615. The family will receive friends following the service. Surviving are his wife of 48 years, Dorothy Dot Thompson McCallum; daughter, Ellen Lee McCallum and partner, Barbara Hosler of Okemos, MI; brother, James Richard McCallum and wife, Peggy of Durham. He was preceded in death by his parents, Richard Baxter McCallum and Elizabeth McCraw McCallum; brother, Oliver Watkins McCallum and a sister, Sarah Grey McCallum Bond.
Joe Lytle McCay
Class of 1994
Notes
Graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with a MS in Information Technology.
Chris Allen Noe
Class of 1996
Notes
Received Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) in Global Leadership from Lynn University in Boca Raton, FL, in May of 2014. Dissertation research in Corporate Social Responsibility by Small Business for Economic Value. Began own Global Management Consulting Firm named CNoeLimits, LLC in 2014 as a Nonprofit & Social Enterprise Advisor working with corporate and nonprofit enterprises.