Up & Coming Weekly

January 19, 2021

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WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM JANUARY 20-26, 2021 UCW 23 1960 Gould M. Hambright (50) Insurance business and trained Gov. Phil in the Insurance business, Kiwanis Lt. Gov. 1963. 1961 Basil G. F. Laslett (40) Architect who designed Old City Hall, now the Fascinate U Children's Museum. 1962 Raymond A. Muench, Jr. (56) Came to Fayetteville and started a Baby Diaper business and later became the head of PWC, and was Kiwanis Lt. Gov. 1966. 1963 Samuel L. Elfmon (37) A Doctor on Green Street where the Systel building is today. 1964 George E. Matthews, Jr. (57) Pharmacist on Hay St. and was conveniently located next to Pittman Hospital. 1965 urman Williams, Jr. (59) Owned and operated Williams Office Supply on Ray Ave. 1966 Robert O. McCoy, Jr. (57) M & O Chevrolet Dealer and later realtor with McLean Real Estate. 1967 John C. Pate* (57) CPA with Home Federal S & L. and son of Kiwanian J. W. Pate, the Pres. in 1934. 1968 Richard L. Player, Jr. (60) A real estate developer. 1969 J. Wilbur Breece (42) Rogers & Breece Funeral Home. 1970 Herbert H. orp (62) An attorney who came here as an assistant to Charles G. Rose, Jr. Herb and Bo Started the Sunday of the Square events in 1970, the precursor of the Dogwood Festival. 1971 J. V. Cosby Summerell (67) Nicknamed (Bing) was the minister at First Presbyterian Church. 1972 Joseph M. Hatcher (63) Joe Mac is a construction engineer and builder. 1973 L. Stacy Weaver, Jr. (67) An attorney with deep roots in the community. 1974 H. D. "Cobby" Reaves, Jr. (63) Was President of Home Federal, Savings & Loan. 1975 George B. Herndon, Jr.* (62) Attorney, son of George B. Herndon, Sr. the 1955 President. 1976 John H. Swope (69) Was an Economic Developer and Industry Recruiter, responsible for many of the successes of Cumberland County, such as Goodyear, Black & Decker, Monsanto and Rohm & Hass. He Joined the club in 1969 and in 1970 won three of the four Kiwanis Awards at that time. 1977 U. Glenn Daughtridge (69) Carolina Telephone. 1978 Robert W. Sanders (72) AKA/ the Rev. Sun-Moon Sanders. *1979 Brownie D. Schaefer (64) Was a pharmacist, owned Huske Hardware on Hay St. & was in the Insurance business. Was the Father- in-law of Kiwanian Stephen Moore. 1980 Joseph Hollinshed (63) Partner in Cape Fear Building Supply, while he was a student at FHS was a member of the Catbird Trio, they performed in the very first Kiwanis Talent night in 1955 and won! Eight years later, he joined our Kiwanis club. 1981 Worth O. Moore (68) He was the head of Personnel at the U.S. Post Office on Green St. 1981 Robert L. Ladehoff (74) St. John's Episcopal Rector & later a Bishop in Oregon. 1982 Alfred J. Lemire (74) Ret. Col. - Head of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. 1983 Richard M. Lewis, Jr. (63) An Attorney, Played Football for Notre Dame in 55-56 and was in Law School with Quincy Scarborough at UNC. Dick was the only President that had Impeachment proceedings brought against him. 1984 Phillip B. Harris* (63) Kiwanis Lt. Gov. 1986, in 1991, He became the 2nd Best Gov. from our club, FHS Keyclub, an Accountant with Corder-Vossler. Son-in Law of Kiwanian George Vossler, and father of Kiwanian Phil Harris, Jr. 1985 Wade E. Byrd (75) Attorney, Grew up in Fay. was a close friend of Kiwanian Chris Cammack, and attended Wake Forest University. 1986 James C. Cherry (76) A Banker with Wachovia, & later became President of Park Sterling Bank in Charlotte. 1987 J. Daniel Highsmith (75) Beasley Broadcast Group, Regional VP Beasley Media Group, 1977-1987 was the commentator for the Duke Sports Network. 1988 Owen W. Cook (67) Attorney, and Co- Namesake of the Harsant-Cook Award. 1989 L. Brooks Gore (80) Audiologist, with Southeastern Speech & Hearing. 1990 William A. VanStory, III (60) With the VanStory-Exum Insurance Agency with fellow Kiwanian Bob Exum, Kiwanis Lt Gov. in 1991. e Co-namesake of the Vanstory-Maxwell Endowment Society. 1991 Charles T. Haigh, Jr.* (61) Property Management with Haigh & Holland on Anderson St. and Father of Kiwanian Charles T. Haigh, III who has been a member for 60 years. 1992 Frederick A. Booth (73) Orthodontist hailing from Texas and the "brain trust" behind one of the club's most successful fund raising campaigns. 1993 Jack McGinley* (79) School Principal & Assoc. Superintendent - Wake Forrest Baseball Natl. Champion 1955, Jack Pitched 3 and won 3 of the 5 games in Omaha to win the series defeating Western Michigan. First and only Principal of Reid Ross Senior High School. Father of Kiwanian Jack Y. McGinley. 1994 Jerry A. rasher (80) Cumberland County Library System Director. 1995 Randall P. Fraley (85) Headed Cablevision of Fayetteville. 1996 Richard L. Fisher (82) Precision Mold Truck Tire Re-Tread co., Kiwanis Lt Gov. in 1997. 1997 George T. Holden, II (77) State Government Youth Services Coordinator, Kiwanis Lt Gov. 1998. 1998 Fred Best, Jr. (77) Retired Colonel, Kiwanis Lt. Gov. in 2004. 1999 Carmine John Malzone (86) Commercial Real Estate GURU and Business Consultant. Originator and Grandfather of the Dogwood Festival along with Bill Hurley. Fred Best 1998 Phil Harris Jr., Danny Maxwell 2007 C. John Malzone 1999 Danny Highsmith 1987 KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL

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