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Graduate is Employee of Month
Tandy Dunn, Chowan alumnus, Class of 1979, was recently selected "Employee
of the Month" for Parker Brothers, Inc., in Ahoskie, where he Is supervisor of
the camera department. Pictured with Dunn above is John Powell, supervisor
of commercial printing operations, also an alumnus of Chowan, and Joe
Parker, publisher of Parker Brothers' newspapers. According to a release from
Parker Brothers, "Tandy's nomination was based on his consideration for his
work, concern for getting work out quickly and efficiently, and his ability to
get along with all departments." Dunn is a graduate of the college's School of
Graphic Communications, and received the Superior Citizenship Award at
Honors Day last May.
Nursing Class of 1971
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For one year she has been doing four hours
aweek at the Health Department doing
Pregnancy testing and counseling. She is
also very active in a nearby United
Methodist Church. She does two
newsletters-one for Pierce County Nurses
Association and the other for Washington
State Section of WAACog (OB-GYN Nurses
MRS. PATRiaA B. JACKSON
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
She finished the Master’s Program at
U.N.C. and went into the Faimly Nurse
Practioner in Pediatrics at Wake County
Medical Center in Raleigh, N.C. She has
four children Norman 24, Kenneth 22,
Rodney 20, and Elaine 17 plus her husband
MRS. ALMIRA H. OCKERMAN
Murfreesboro, North Carolina
She is retired and does volunteer work
with Senior Citizens. Among her many
duties she is serving on various boards and
conunittees. She is a widow with two step
MRS. EDITH M. REGISTER
Elizabethtown, North Carolina
She is retired but after the Chowan Pro
gram she spent six years teaching at SCC.
She is a widow and has two childem Joann
DUNYIA BARAKEY STEFANICK
Dunyia is a psychiatric nurse at Spr-
ingwood at Leesburg. Her husband Andy is
a senior systems analyst at Advanced
Technology in McLean. Tlieir son, Andrew
Raymond (Drew), is five years old.
JEANNE MONTGOMERY TARRASCH
Jeanne is attending Southwest Missouri
State University Part-time to work on her
B.S.N. Her husband David is a psychologist.
They have two daughters: Rachal
Elisabeth, two years old, and AUison Rebec
ca, bom May 29.
SYDNEY GRAVES ZURAW
Sydney and her family recently moved
from Richmond to Chesapeake, Virginia.
She plans to start back to work as a part-
time OB staff nurse in the fall. Her husband
Kenneth is vice president of Tidewater
Yacht Agency, Inc. Their two daughters
are: Valerie Lynne, six, bom October 6,
1972; Shelby Erin, four, bom September 23,
Clif Collins Appointed
To Executive Board
Clifton S. Collins, Director of Financial
Aid, has become a member of the Executive
Board of the Southern Association of Stu
dent Financial Aid Administrators
(SASFAA). Collins, as president of the
North Carolina Association of Student
Financial Administrators, represents fiis
state organization on this board.
SASFFA is a 900 member professional
organization dedicated to the betterment of
post-secondary educational opportunities.
What Do All of These People
Have in Common?
Mrs. Lois Vann Wynn
Miss Una Lorraine White
Mrs. Lola Freeman Penny
Lowell F. Sodemon
Mrs. Olivia Benthall Jenkins
Mrs. Ethleen Vick Underwood
Mrs. Lucile Williams Beasley
Mrs. Dorothy Heath Brown
Dr. J. P. Freeman
Mrs. Vesta Benthall White
John Roger Griffin
Mrs. Glenn Smith Benthall
Rev. Eugene Williams
Dr. Inez Willoughby Elrod
Charlie T. Whitley
Mrs. Maggie Boone Bridgers
Miss Betsy Craig
Mrs. Ruby Daniel Udvarnoki
Miss Grace Parker
Mrs. O. C. Turner
Allen J. Casey
J. M. Jenkins
Miss Hazel Griffin
Mrs. C. C. Hoggord
Rev. Jerry E. Harper
Mrs. Sandra Gatling McCoy
They are all recipients of the DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD
from Chowan College. From 1963 until the present the college has
presented the DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARDS in order to bestow
upon the recipients the honor and recognition they justly deserve.
The Chowan College Alumni Association has the privilege of
selecting a maximum of three persons each year as nominees for the
Distinguished Alumni Award. The initial selection is made by the of
ficers and directors of the Alumni Association. The names of the
nominees are presented to the Board of Trustees for their final ap
proval and authorization.
The awards are presented by the Chowan College Alumni
Associatm through the administration of the college. The awards
presentation is a part of the Commencement Exercises, scheduled this
year for Sunday, May 18, 1980.
Nominations are based upon the distinguished service of the
nominees to Chowan College, religious, civic and educational life, as
well as service to the community.
Once again we need your help in selecting this year's Distinguish
ed Alumni. Please make your recommendations on the form below
and return It to Randy Britton. President, Chowon College Alumni
Association, P. O. Drawer 37, Murfreesboro, N. C. 27855.
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD
Name of Nominee
Busmess Address _
. Years Attended Chowan.
Basis of nominee's service to church, profession, community and