• 1930s

    Jean Lindborg BA ’38
    Marie L. Greenwood BA ’35

  • 1940s

    Francis May Eachus BA ’49
    Robert “Bob” Heinich MA ’49, BA ’48
    Ida Adelia Hinz MA ’49

  • 1950s

    Edwin E. Piper Jr. BA ’51
    Robert H. Biegel BA ’52
    Eva Jane (Ambrose) Morton BA ’52
    Lois Eileen Lindstrom BA ’53
    Gordon T. Maddux BA ’53
    LaVeda Louis Sears BA ’53
    Gordon W. Kalahar MA ’54, BA ’52
    Lyle “Pat” Kingery MA ’54, BA ’49
    Joanna I. Hart MA ’55
    Anne Genevieve Gowdey MA ’57
    Richard William Van Beek MA ’57
    John C. “Jack” McGuire BA ’58
    Mary Frances (Sandoval) Rome MA ’58
    Alexander J. “Alex” Aschenbrenner MA ’59
    Stephen K. Hiza MA ’59, BA ’57
    Virginia “Ginger” Johnson BA ’59
    Virginia Kletke BA ’59
    Ralph James Rogness MA ’59

  • 1960s

    Douglas Warren Boggs BA ’61
    Marvin Fellers Ed.D. ’61, MA ’52
    William R. Frogge, III BA ’61
    Richard (Dick) Hays MA ’61
    Paul Kerby BA ’61
    Lawrence “Larry” Nims BA ’61
    Kenneth M. Renner MA ’61
    Bernetta (Kautz) Nelson MA ’62
    Charlotte Kay Roper BA ’62
    Goldie Merle “Merle” Smith MA ’62, BA ’58
    Fairy Rae Harrison MA ’63, BA ’55
    Larry Raasch MA ’63
    Mary (Harms) Savage BA ’63
    Kenneth C. Brinkman BA ’64
    Ruth Fountain BA ’64
    Roberta Ann Liggett BA ’64
    Edward A. Stenger, Jr. MA ’64
    Carl E. Fenn Ed.D. ’66, MA ’59
    Joseph Hooper “Sandy” Luppens MA ’66, BA ’60
    Floyd G. Nelson MA ’66, BA ’61
    Patrick “Pat” Baxter MA ’67
    Dale Johnson MA ’67
    James W. Nelson MA ’67
    Sharla Marie (Jung) Blendinger MA ’68
    Sharon (Varra) Boden MA ’68
    Ronald G. Dick BA ’68
    Geraldine “Jerri” Cason MA ’69, BA ’64
    Keith Douglas “Doug” Fitch MA ’69, BA ’63

  • 1970s

    Judith Ann (Harper) Horose BA ’70
    John “Jack” Knapp BA ’70
    Danny Lee “Dan” Rushing BA ’70
    Nancy J. O’Connor Ed.D, ’71, MA ’63
    Beverly (Bryant) Paillette BA ’71
    Joseph William Glavan Ed.D. ’72, MA ’59
    Ron Hein BA ’72
    Nancy Kofman BA ’72
    Robert Lee Taylor Jr. BS ’72
    Edward Jay “Jay” Friedlander Ed.D. ’73
    Gilbert M. Burney Ed.D. ’74
    Dennilee “Sissy” Hill Mishou BA ’74
    B. Gen Harold H. Rhoden (Ret.) MA ’74
    Col. Joseph “Mike” Romero (Ret.) MA ’74
    Norman Alfred Seim BA ’74
    Duane Carter Webb Ed.D. ’74
    Col. Frank “Pete” McKay Gray, Jr (Ret.) MA ’75
    Wayne Walter Haverson Ed.D. ’75
    Craig Harold Trindle BA ’75
    Jeanne Diane (Kessinger) Andrews BS ’76
    Carolyn R. Coker MA ’76, BA ’69
    Walter Wynn Golti MA ’76, BA ’62
    Janet “Mary Janet” (Dunn) MacKenzie MA ’76
    Col. Charles W. Patterson (Ret.) MA ’76
    Patricia Lee Pike MA ’76
    Luther Harry Burns MA ’78
    Ramona Jean Fischer MA ’78
    Robert “Bob” LaDuke Ed.D. ’78
    Mary (Grunewald) McGown BA ’78
    Lt. Col. John W. Wiker MA ’78
    Patricia S. Johnson MA ’79

  • 1980s

    Cynthia “Cindy” Zukerman BA ’80
    Ann W. English MA ’81
    Col. William Robert “Bob” Osborne (Ret.) MA ’81
    Harvey Walter Boyce MA ’82
    Gwen Hayes Feindel MA ’83
    Todd Allen Demijohn BS ’84
    Gordon Millslagle BS ’85
    Ronald K. Maeda BAE ’87
    Mary K. Moran MA ’87

  • 1990s

    Kristin Noel Schneider BA ’90
    Holly Baker MA ’93
    Gretchen K. Price MA ’94
    Diane M. Reed MS ’96

  • 2000s
    Crystal Lin (Hesebeck) Mathisen BS ’07
  • 2010s
    Rebecca “Becky” Clark BS ’14
  • Tributes

    David W. Smart Ph.D. Draper, Utah, former UNC professor died November 25, 2018. During his 23 years at UNC, Smart was Director of the UNC Counseling Center, was a tenured professor in the Department of Higher Education and Students Affairs Leadership, served on the University President’s Executive Council, chaired 22 doctoral dissertations, was a licensed psychologist in the state of Colorado, and served as legislative liaison chairman for the Colorado Psychological Association. Smart also co-founded a suicide prevention hotline funded by the National Institute of Mental Health for Studies of Suicide Prevention. Smart is survived by his wife, four children and 11 grandchildren.

    Robert W. “Bob” Larson passed away May 18, 2020. Larson retired as emeritus professor after teaching at UNC for 30 years (1960-1990). He authored many books one of which is the well-known UNC history book Shaping Educational Change. Larson is survived by his wife and large extended family.