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Class Notes Fall 2020 A.

From the President

Brooks A. Keel (BS ’78, PhD ’82)

It goes without saying that 2020 has been a year unlike any other.

We have all faced challenges we never could have imagined and found ourselves in situations that have tried our will and tested our resolve, yet through it all, I’m proud to say Augusta University has remained committed to our No. 1 priority: our patients and our students.

As challenging as these circumstances have been, however, they have given us an opportunity to demonstrate the full scope of our alma mater’s value at a time when our community desperately needed it.

Probably the most obvious example lies in the role we’ve played with COVID-19 testing. Not only did we develop an in-house COVID-19 test and receive emergency authorization approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp turned to us to take our testing process statewide in conjunction with the Department of Health and the National Guard.

But that’s far from the extent of it. Every day, state leaders, community leaders and the public at large look to us for expertise and leadership. And by “us,” I don’t just mean the institution; I mean our alumni as well, who are among our most important ambassadors.

People like Dr. Annette Rainge (DMD ’90), who was elected president of the Georgia Dental Association and is the first Black female to serve in that role. Or. Dr. Rebecca DeCarlo (MD ’20), who was one of only 20 students — and the only medical student — to be honored at a White House ceremony recognizing recent graduates who had played a part in the nation’s COVID-19 response.

Perhaps the greatest recognition of the trust the community has placed in us comes from our students themselves, who continue to turn to us to support their educational ambitions.

Though the official numbers won’t be finalized until after this writing, the total enrollment for the fall semester is estimated to be 9,558 students, a number that is stronger than it has been in nearly 10 years. In fact, for the past five years, we have seen on average a 2.8% positive increase in enrollment, even in the face of the pandemic.

That’s good news for JagNation and a true testament to our place in the community.

Class Notes

 

Phillip Roberts (MD ’62) won the 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award for Professional Achievement at Medical College of Georgia.

John B. Hill (MD ’68) was recently honored with the 2019 GA OBGyn Annual Distinguished Service Award.

Charles Rice (MD ’68) celebrated a ribbon cutting for a new facility at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland, that was named in his honor after serving as president from 2005 to 2016.

William Westwood (BS ’69, MS ’72) won the 2020 Distinguished Alumni award for The Graduate School at Augusta University.

Willette Strickland (BSN ’73, MSN ’77) joined the advisory board for the Georgia Rural Health Innovation Center at the Mercer University School of Medicine.

R. Thomas Fuller (BBA ’74) won the 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award for Hull College of Business at Augusta University.

Gwendolyn Fryer (BSN ’74, MSN ’79) won the 2020 E. Louise Grant Distinguished Alumni Award for the College of Nursing at Augusta University.
Joseph Hobbs (MD ’74) was featured on GPB’s Medical Minute.

Debra Moore Richardson (BSN ’74) was featured in Issue Wire to highlight her career as a child/adolescent psychiatric mental health clinical nurse specialist.

Maj. Ron Whittemore (BSN ’75) was inducted into the Easley High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
Susan Alexanderson (MEd ’76) was featured in The Augusta Chronicle as a dedicated volunteer with organizations such as the Augusta Symphony, which has named its volunteer of the year award after her and her husband.

Shannon Mize (MD ’76) was honored as part of the Forsyth Central 2019 Hall of Fame class.

Sam Richwine (MD ’77) won the 2020 Distinguished Alumni award for Loyalty at Medical College of Georgia.

Walter H. Alexanderson (MBA ’78) was featured in the The Augusta Chronicle as a dedicated volunteer with organizations such as the Augusta Symphony, which has named its volunteer of the year award after him and his wife.

William Bostock (BS ’78) was sworn in by Gov. Brian Kemp to serve on the Georgia Composite Medical Board.

Brooks Keel (BS ’78, PhD ’82) was listed as one of the most influential Georgians of the year.

Lamar “Chip” Moree Jr. (MD ’78) was named Phoebe Physicians’ 2019 co-Physician of the Year.

Patrick Godbey (MD ’79) was quoted in an article for U.S. News about how “antibody testing for COVID-19 can allow researchers, who are now developing coronavirus vaccines, to monitor the immune response of clinical trial participants” and was inaugurated as the president of the College of American Pathologists.

Charles Ruis (BS ’79, MD ’86) helped MCG students in Albany respond to the coronavirus outbreak.

Jennifer Anderson (BS ’80) is the Augusta University director of respiratory care. she and her team, were featured in the The Augusta Chronicle for their hard work in treating coronavirus and where it causes the most damage in patients.

Georgia Sen. Dean Burke (MD’81) was awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the Georgia Hospital Association.

Laurel King (MD ’81) has been added to Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, as a gynecologic oncologist at the Breast & GYN Cancer Pavilion.

Craig S. Mitchell (BBA ’81) was named president and CEO of Augusta-based Morris Communications.

Gary E. Voccio (MD ’81) has been named health director for the 10-county Georgia Department of Public Health Northwest District headquartered in Rome, Georgia.

Walter J. Curren Jr. (MD ’82) is the executive director of Emory University’s Winship Cancer Institute.

Linda J. McKibben (MD ’82) joined Benzinga as an expert consultant.

Gregory E. Smith (MD ’83) wrote about loneliness as a guest columnist with the The Augusta Chronicle.

Martha Tingen (MSN ’83) was featured in an segment on WJBF about the “Tobacco 21” law.

Sara Goza (MD ’84) is the president of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She visited the Health Sciences Campus at Augusta University to present “Building Resilient Children: Our Opportunity and Obligation.”

Joel A. Rosenfeld (MD ’85) was recognized as an Atlanta Top Doctor in Atlanta magazine’s July 2019 issue.
Jacqueline Winfield Fincher (MD ’85) has been named president of the American College of Physicians.

Joel A. Rosenfeld (MD ’85) was recognized as an Atlanta Top Doctor in Atlanta magazine’s July 2019 issue.
Roosevelt Allen (MD ’87) was recognized as an Atlanta Top Doctor in Atlanta magazine’s July 2019 issue and was featured on WSB-AM.

Eileen Schweers Ray (MD ’87) recently celebrated 30 years of marriage with her husband, Roger, and accepted a new position as consultant physical therapist and community outreach specialist with Gaitway of Charlotte.

Howard L. Melton (MD ’87) was recently appointed a governor-at-large to the board of governors of the American College of Surgeons.
Douglas Depew (DMD ’88) discussed the importance of collaboration in dentistry in an article on the health website thirdage.com.

Tracy Bridges (MD ’89) was featured on the Medical Association of Georgia’s Top Docs show.

Gina Thurman (BBA ’89, MEd ’98) organized a creative and special way to celebrate graduation for daughter,

Ashley Thurman (BSN ’20).
Anthony Evans (PhD ’90, MD ’90) was named the medical director of gynecologic oncology at the Breast & GYN Cancer Pavilion at Women’s Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Emmanuel “Manny” Ngoh (BS ’90, DMD ’94) won the 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award for The Dental College of Georgia.

Deke Copenhaver (BA ’91) won the 2020 Distinguished Alumni award for the Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at Augusta University.

Sara Haddow Liebel (PA-C ’91) won the 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award for the College of Allied Health Sciences at Augusta University.

Garrett Alton (BBA ’91) joined Wilmington Trust as a wealth market leader.

Paula Finley (BS ’91) discussed the physical therapy program at The Claiborne at West Lake on WJBF.

Michael L. Rhodes (MD ’91) was appointed associate dean for clinical affairs for the proposed Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Phillip Coule (BS ’92, MD ’96) was interviewed by News Channel 6 about the impact of several viruses during this flu season.

Doug Joiner (BA ’92) was featured in an article for The Augusta Chronicle about the show A Scythe of Time that he directed at Augusta University.

Darren Metress (MEd ’92) was interviewed by News Channel 6 studio about the late Kobe Bryant’s impact.

Mitzi Morris (DMD ’93) was selected as a 2020 top patient rated Roswell, Georgia dentist by Find Local Doctors.

Kevin W. Windom (MD ’93) was recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Lifetime Achiever as the president of OBGYN Associates.

Tracy Ray (MD ’93) was featured in The Oconee Enterprise for taking his passion for helping athletes all the way from the Southeast to Central America and Africa.

W. Curt LaFrance Jr. (MD ’95) published on a trauma-related condition found in veterans that differs from post-traumatic stress disorder.

Christy Presgrove (BA ’95) was named the 2019 Secondary School Teacher of the Year for the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP).

Jackie Cummings Koski (BA ’95) was recognized by The Clarion magazine for her efforts to teach financial literacy to students.

William Fricks (MS ’96, MD ’00) was named residency program director for the Phoebe Family Medicine residency program.

Dawn Langley-Brady (BFA ’96) was featured in an article for Viral Mag about reducing anxiety and stress with essential oils.

Ethlyn McQueen-Gibson (MSN ’97) was appointed to lead the Center of Excellence in Gerontology at Hampton University’s School of Nursing.

Andrea Volk (MD ’98) is an owner and medical director of the aesthetic and wellness boutique SafiraMD Medical Aesthetics & Wellness Center, in Alpharetta, Georgia.

Monica Adams (BS ’98) won the 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award for the College of Science and Mathematics at Augusta University.

Christina Wiggins (BSN ’98, MBA ’06) was promoted to administrator for transplant services.

Lt. Col. Ed Harris (BA ’98) was named the vice president of business development for Tipperary Sales, a La-Z-Boy home furnishings and décor dealer.

Matt Lyon (MD ’99) was featured on WJBF about telemedicine.

Robert Erdin III (MD ’99) joined Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital in Weston, West Virginia.

Vishal Arora (MD ’00) was featured on News Channel 12 to explain how eliminating red meat can help with blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes prevention.

Bert Chen (MD ’00) was recognized as an Atlanta Top Doctor in Atlanta magazine’s July 2019 issue.

Sheila McMorrow (MD ’00) was featured in a physician spotlight in Nashville Medical News.

Craig Albert (BA ’01) was a guest on The Means Report on WJBF and gave his thoughts on the impeachment hearings and was featured in an article about women becoming the majority on the city council in Aiken, South Carolina.

Tracy Lovell (MD ’00) was recently named a Top Rheumatologist in Georgia Trends Magazine’s Top Doctors for 2020.

Priyumvad M. Naik (MD ’01) was a guest host of the Big Fat Vegan Radio for being a triple board-certified physician in pulmonary medicine, critical care medicine and lifestyle medicine.

Kevin P. Daly (MD ’02) joined UMass Memorial Medical Group in Worcester, Massachusetts, as a radiologist.

Yousuf Khalifa (MD ’04) joined the global medical panel of Fundamental Surgery, a virtual reality education platform.

Sean Petro (MEd ’03, EdS ’06) won the 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award for the College of Education at Augusta University.

Clark Connell (MD ’04) has been named medical director of the South Georgia Medical Center emergency room in Valdosta, Georgia.

Carl White (MEd ’04, EdS ’10) was named director of student services for Aiken County Public School District after serving as principal at Midland Valley High School, in Graniteville, South Carolina, for more than 10 years.

Wesley L. Davis (MD ’05) is now seeing patients at the new Bradley Heritage Medical Park in Cleveland.

Sandra Inglett (BSN ’05, PhD ’11) wrote an article with Amber McCall for American Nurse about how COVID-19 might impact the future of nursing.

Amber McCall (BSN ’05, PhD’11) wrote an article with Sandra Inglett for American Nurse about how COVID-19 might impact the future of nursing.

Moniqua Acosta-Heyman (BA ’05) was featured on News Channel 12 for her business, Space Yoga, a yoga studio that runs on donations.

Vanessa Spearman-McCarthy (MD ’05) received the Roger Kathol Pioneering Spirit Award from the Association of Medicine and Psychiatry.

Idopise E. Umana (MD ’05) was featured on KUT, the public radio station in Austin, Texas, on being the founder of the Wellness Institute in Suwanee, Georgia.

Jeremiah Johnson (MD ’06) joined The Woodlands Hospital and Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Group.

Sonia Puerta-Quinn (BA ’06) was named the 2019 Elementary School Level Teacher of the Year for the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP).

Alissa Hogan Eckert (MS ’06) was featured in an article for Elemental about how she created a medical illustration that visualizes how coronavirus infects people, which has been used by news media around the world. (see page 14)

Carolyn K. Clevenger (DNP ’07) was featured in the faculty spotlight for Emory University as a clinical professor and associate dean for clinical and community partnerships.

Nicholas McKinney (BA ’07) was recently admitted to practice law before the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit.

Kevin Wade (BBA ’07) was featured on CEO’s You Should Know on WVOC radio.

Jacqueline Delash (MPH ’08, DMD ’15) won the 2020 Outstanding Young Alumni Award for The Dental College of Georgia.

Sherita King (MD ’08) visited The Means Report on WJBF to discuss men’s health.

Justin Vining (MD ’08) celebrated the opening of the Wolfson Children’s Specialty Center – Valdosta, Georgia, specializing in outpatient pediatric cardiology care.

Crystal Champion (DPT ’09) was named as part of the Georgia Trend 2019 Top 40 Under 40 as well as The Network Journal’s 2019 Top 40 Under 40.

Neal N. Shah (DMD ’09) has a dental practice called Feather Touch Dental Care, which was recognized by Find Local Doctors as a top patient rated Atlanta dentist.

Jessica Dillard-Wright (MSN ’09) won the 2020 Outstanding Young Alumni award for College of Nursing at Augusta University.

Tejal Kakade (DMD ’09) was selected as a 2019 top patient-rated Carrollton, Georgia Dentist by Find Local Doctors.

Christopher McKinney (MD’09) was quoted on Business Wire about the importance of recognizing the individuals and organizations supporting health care innovation and leadership in Georgia.

Lindsay Moore (MS ’09, MSN ’12, DNP ’14) participated in a nonfiction writing conference and gave a practical talk about chasing good ideas, gathering information and creating interesting nonfictional art to tell a story.

Chaundra Creekmur (MAT ’10) won the 2020 Outstanding Young Alumni Award for the College of Education at Augusta University.

Daniel Moore (BA ’10, MPA ’14) is the city manager of Hartsville, South Carolina.

Ashlan Porter (BSN ’10) was sworn in by Gov. Brian Kemp to serve on the Georgia Board of Nursing.

Katherine Sylvester (DPT ’10) won the 2020 Outstanding Young Alumni Award for the College of Allied Health Sciences at Augusta University.

Ryan Schnetzer (MD ’10) was named to the University of Georgia’s 40 under 40 Alumni list for 2019.

David Phillips (EdS ’10) was named the 2019 Columbia County, Georgia Teacher of the Year.

Paul Trotter (DMD ’10) has joined the board of directors for Queensborough National Bank & Trust.

Renee Hilton (MD ’11) traveled to the state capitol to lobby before the Senate Health Committee in favor of a proposed bill about state employee health benefits.

Benjamin M. Kacos (DMD ’11) was featured on 318 Forum giving tips for overcoming dental anxiety.

Christen Pirkle (MD ’11) joined Harbin Clinic Family Medicine Cartersville as an internist.

Jeffrey Switzer (MCTS ’11) discussed COVID-19 and strokes in some patients on WJBF.

Viren Vasudeva (MD ’11) joined Georgia Neurological Surgery and Comprehensive Spine, part of St. Mary’s Medical Group.

Davis B. Horkan (MD ’12) joined Athens General and Colorectal Surgeons (AGCS), part of St. Mary’s Medical Group, in Athens, Georgia.
Annette Bourgault (PhD ’12) won the 2020 Phoebe Kandel Rohrer Distinguished Alumni Award for the College of Nursing at Augusta University.

Lynsey Ekema (MS ’12) was featured on News Channel 12 about how she and several other Augusta University faculty members are working on a project to create 3D-printed face shields for our healthcare workers to prevent exposure to COVID-19.

Zachary Diiulio (BS ’12, MD ’16) joined Virginia Mason Memorial Hospital.
Kacee Camp Morris (BS ’12, PA-C ’16) won the 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award for Athletics at Augusta University.

Haley Bourne (BA ’13) was appointed to the Family YMCA of Greater Augusta’s Board of Directors.

Young J. Kwak (MD ’13) joined Laser Skin Care Center in Douglas Park, California.
Fady Adel Tawadrous (BA ’13) won the 2020 Outstanding Young Alumni Award for the Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at Augusta University.

Brock Pumphrey (DMD ’13) was certified in the LANAP and LAPIP protocols to treat moderate to severe gum disease in patients.

Eric Gordon (MD ’13) joined the orthopedic sports medicine practice at Piedmont Athens Regional’s Oconee Health Campus as a sports medicine surgeon.

Jin Sol Oh (MD ’13) joined Northwest Community Healthcare Medical Group as a general surgeon.

Michael Cosper (BBA ’14) was promoted to chief financial officer for the Center for Primary Care in Augusta.

Sarah Murray (BBA ’14) won the 2020 Outstanding Young Alumni Award for Hull College of Business at Augusta University.

Bryce Wyatt (MD ’14) was featured as the doctor of the week on WSB-AM.

Nancy A. Riccardi (DMD ’15) was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Sumter County Development Authority.

Alex Shurling (MD ’15) was featured in an Atlanta Journal-Constitution article for her mission work in Nicaragua.

Rahul Shinde (PhD ’15) was selected as the first Caspar Wistar fellow at the Wistar Institute.

Shanu Markand (PhD ’15) joined A.T. Still University’s Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine as an assistant professor of anatomy.

Koosh Desai (MD ’16) won the 2020 Outstanding Young Alumni Award for Medical College of Georgia.

Stephen Jackson (MD ’16) won second place on Jeopardy on Feb. 3.

Kyle W. Hollis (DMD ’16) was named to Georgia Southern’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2019.

Rachel M. Hunt (MD ’16) joined Hometown Pediatrics in Watkinsville, Georgia.

Peter Lawrence (MS ’16) had his artwork featured at {9} The Gallery in Phoenix.

Nameer Shamsi (BBA ’16) has topped the International Tennis Federation level 2 coaching course.

Rebecca-Lyn Sokolove (MD ’16) joined the pediatric staff at Yakima Neighborhood Health Services.

Steven Cauthron (BS ’17) won the 2020 Outstanding Young Alumni Award for the College of Science and Mathematics at Augusta University.

Catherine DeSilvester (BA’17) graduated from Villanova University’s Charles Widger School of Law and will be working as an attorney in Philadelphia upon completion of the bar exam.

Roshni Thakkar (PhD ’17) won the 2020 Outstanding Young Alumni Award for The Graduate School at Augusta University.

Anna Strasma (MD ’17) was featured in an Atlanta Journal-Constitution article for her mission work in Nicaragua.

Rachel Johnson (MD ’17) was featured in an Atlanta Journal-Constitution article for her mission work in Nicaragua.

Keshun Sherrill (BA ’17) was featured on the cover of Salisbury the Magazine.

William H. Cheney (BA ’18) became a full-time sports writer for The Augusta Chronicle.

Michael Fortino (BA ’18) acted in the role of Ricky in the Netflix hit Stranger Things.

2nd Lt. Lara Way (BS ’18), an Augusta University track star and a Health Professions Scholarship Program recipient, is following in her father’s footsteps as a dental student at The Dental College of Georgia.

Sun Kim (DMD ’18) in practice at Buford Family Dental, was named a 2019 top patient-rated dentist by Find Local Doctors.

Jonathan DeLaigle (BS ’18) joined Zivtech as a director of engineering.

Marlo Vernon (PhD ’18) received more funding for her new pregnancy care app called Vida that would allow doctors and providers to monitor basic vital signs such as blood pressure and weight in pregnant patients.

Ansley Jones (DMD ’19) joined the Greensboro Cosmetic & Family Dentistry practice in Greensboro, Georgia.

Kim Toler (MAISS ’19) was featured in the Augusta Chronicle for being the first to graduate with a Master of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies from Augusta University.

Garret Siler hosted the ninth annual basketball camp in Augusta, Georgia, in 2019.

Kojo Sarfo (DNP ’19) shared his experience as a health care provider during the pandemic with Mental Health America.

Danielle Wilson (BBA ’19) joined Queensborough National Bank & Trust as a wealth services assistant.

Tommy Woods Jr. (BS ’19) began working at NASA, in Huntsville, Alabama, immediately after graduation.

 

Achievements by Former Fellows, Residents and Interns

Dr. Tiffany K. Goldsmith Boyd was welcomed as a new women’s health physician at MUSC Health Florence Medical Center.

Dr. David Hess visited The Means Report to discuss the state of MCG. Dr. Hess was also featured in The Augusta Chronicle about plans for a new curriculum and adding more research.

Dr. Zackary Klaassen was featured on UroToday about his meeting with Dr. Alicia Morgans about treating cancer patients during the pandemic.

Dr. Brian Miller talked about his research on psychotic disorders in an article for Psychiatric Times.

Dr. Azeem Mohammed discussed what may calm the cytokine storm of COVID-19 in an article on the website Scienmag.

Dr. Dale Peeples was featured on News Channel 6 to share some tips for parents on how to talk about COVID-19.

Dr. Chad Ray was featured on Fox 54 News about how pregnant women are not at a greater risk for COVID-19 because of their pregnancy.

Dr. Henaro Sabino began seeing patients at another facility in Rome, Georgia — Harbin Clinic Ansley Park Pediatrics.

Dr. Manish Shah was featured in an article about how to choose a board-certified plastic surgeon.

 

In Memoriam

Dorothy D. Adams (AA ’41)
Bruce L. Alford (BBA ’81)
James T. Atkins (MD ’51)
Stewart M. Attaway (BBA ’80)
William M. Bailey (MD ’68)
Suzanne P. Barksdale (MEd ‘79)
Martha H. Baumann (MSN ’90)
Janice P. Bell (BBA ’73)
John A. Bowers (MD ’56)
George H. Boyd (AA ’62)
Dempsey S. Brown (MD ’67)
James W. Burnham (MD ’55)
Fred L. Buxbaum (BBA ’69)
Doris E. Cain (BS ’73)
Joseph E. Carlisle (DMD ’74)
Carolyn M. Carter (AS ’62, MEd ’89, EdS ’00)
Harris D. Carpenter (MD ’70)
Barbara F. Chalker (BBA ’72)
Francis W. Coleman (MD ’67)
Joan L. Combs (AS ’77)
Marjorie L. Collins (AA ’81)
Robert N. Cross (MD ’73)
Lloyd C. Davis (MD ’55)
William E. Davis (BA ’83)
Olyvia A. Deal (BSN ’76)
Ralph E. Dickey (BA ’68)
Guy J. Dillard (MD ’62)
Jimmy L. Dixon (MD ’69)
Sarah W. Dixon (BS ’01)
Harriet O. Dotson (MEd ’78)
Loulie D. Driggers (AA ’45)
Brent L. Dubois (BSN ’94)
Augustus B. Dudley (MD ’54)
Wilbur L. Edgar (BBA ’68)
Jack R. Edgens (MD ’65)
William R. Evans (MT ’70, MHEd ’79)
William K. Fitzpatrick (MD ’52)
Douglas J. Flanagan (BBA ’73)
Sybil M. Fletcher (BSN ’74)
Alan D. Ford (DMD ’99)
Kimberly A. Gauldin (BBA ’83)
Hugh E. Gleaton (MD ’65)
Phyllis F. Glenn (BSN ’59)
Joseph E. Greene (MD ’49)
Joseph F. Griffin (DMD ’82)
Victor R. Gullatt (MD ’55)
Thomas P. Harden (AA ’62, MD ’67)
Linda A. Hargrove (AS ’95)
Mollie Harley (BSN ’78)
Carl R. Hartrampf (MD ’56)
Sol J. Hazan (MD ’53)
Albert S. Hollingsworth (MD ’68)
Emory W. Holloway (MD ’60)
Arthur R. Holt (MD ’79)
Donald E. Hubbard (MD ’54)
Marion A. Hubert (BBA ’69)
Keith B. Huckaby (MD ’82)
Eddie L. Hudson (BBA ’76)
Ernest R. Huff (BBA ’72)
John L. Hughes (AA ’52, MD ’59)
Richard G. Hutchinson (MD ’59)
Earnestine A. Ivey (AS ’74)
James A. Jefferson (BBA ’68)
Charles G. Johnson (MD ’55)
Patricia W. Johnson (MS ’54)
Tony A. Johnson (BSN ’78)
William B. Johnston (MD ’54)
Linda M. Joines (BSN ’74)
Frederica L. Jones (BS ’15)
Forest D. Jones (MD ’49)
Rose M. Jordan (BSN ’62, MSN ’75)
Stephen M. Jordan (MD ’69)
David A. Justice (MD ’66)
Thomas B. Kane (BBA ’83)
Robert E. Kelley (MD ’69)
Brant G. Kersey (MD ’99)
James E. Kicklighter (BA ’84, MEd ’95)
Chester R. Lapeza (MD ’96)
Nancy L. Lavin (BS ’68, BA ’73, MEd ’80)
Irby L. Lindsey (MD ’61)
William F. Lindsey (MD ’54)
Howell J. Martin (MD ’65)
Natalie S. Mason (BSN ’77)
Terese M. McAlister (BS ’82)
Rita G. McFarland (BS ’75)
Robert A. McFeely (AA ’48)
James C. Metts (MD ’55)
Harold M. Mims (AA ’44, MD ’48)
Anne R. Mitchum (MS ’68, PhD ’68)
John W. Moody (BBA ’69)
Victor A. Moore (MD ’48)
Robert F. Mullins (BS ’91, MD ’96)
R. L. Neville (MD ’65)
Homer S. Patterson (MD ’61)
Peter M. Payne (MD ’64)
Alton R. Pilcher (BS ’68, MD ’83)
Deborah A. Prince (BBA ’75)
David C. Proffitt (BS ’70)
Victor J. Rattner (BS ’86, MBA ’94)
Yvonne Reeves (AS ’96)
Mark A. Retterbush (DMD ’83)
James A. Rinker (BBA ’94)
Steven J. Ritchey (BSN ’94)
Paul L. Rubin (MD ’80)
Floyd H. Sanders (MD ’66)
Milton B. Satcher (MD ’56)
Anne B. Sawyer (BS ’59)
Meredith D. Saxon (BA ’11)
Susan F. Scannon (BA ’74)
Patricia A. Schaffer (BBA ’02)
Clarissa Y. Schmidt (AS ’90)
Ruth M. Shull (MD ’55)
Fredric M. Simowitz (MD ’62)
Herbert D. Smith (MD ’59)
Mark E. Smith (AAS ’83, BS ’88)
Margreta S. Smith (BSN ’80)
LeRoy F. Smith (MD ’60)
Randolph R. Smith (MD ‘70)
Tessa E. Smith (MD ’06)
Peter S. Sommers (MD ’68)
Steven G. Souza (BS ’95)
Victoria S. Spinks (MSN ’99)
Donna S. Steele (AAS ’82)
Robert L. Steele (MD ’72)
Merle P. Stringer (MD ’68)
Luther M. Thomas (MD ’58)
Mary I. Thornton-Vogel (MHS ’76)
Andrea S. Turley (AA ’85)
Linda K. Twedt (MSN ’77)
Roy W. Vandiver (MD ’59)
Joan D. Veazey (BSN ‘70)
Irving Victor (MD ’45)
R. J. Vignati (AA ’60)
Harvey C. Walker (BS ’57, MD ’61)
Tyler T. Wallace (DPT ’19)
Jacquelyne S. Walters (AA ’52)
Robert L. West (DMD ’73)
Andrew J. Whitaker (MD ’54)
Adam R. White (DMD ’04)
Leslie L. Wilkes (MD ’65)
Trevor G. Williams (MD ’48)
Conrad V. Wynne (MD ’78)
Randolph M. York (MD ’69)

Non-Graduate Alumni
Martha S. Blanco
Thomas J. Carstarphen
Oliver W. Owens
Jacqueline B. Sapp
Tom T. Sutherland
Clara P. Tantillo

Former Fellows/Residents/Interns
Jerry L. Boshell
Douglas A. Bruce
Eric D. Lincoln
Jessie L. Petrea

Faculty/Staff
Ruth M. Boblett
Ansel M. Bridgers
Margaret Chapman
Ernest J. Cloutier
James R. Creech
Selfie L. Culbreath
Robert Duggar
Emile T. Fisher
Michael G. Gabridge
William F. Hamilton
Yvonne Harrop
Patricia S. Hoff
Paul G. Isler
Florence Maris
William M. McCullough
Patricia Nichols
Sherri Polatty-McDaniel
Jean G. Sanders
Julius S. Scott
Johnnie M. Stubblefield
Henry B. Thomas
Ernestine H. Thompson
Bette W. Youmans
G. Lionel Zumbro

 

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