Martha (Jerome) Ward ('78) firstname.lastname@example.org "I am interested in reconnecting with any of my classmates from the class of 1978. I work at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center and I have a son, Matt, who is a junior at UNC-CH and a younger son, Jack, who is in the 7th grade. For the current students-hang in there! It will be all worthwhile."
Camille (Griffin) Williams ('77) email@example.com "Stay motivated! I currently was named POC coordinator for Faulkner Hospital in Boston,MA, a 130 bed community hospital affiliated with Brigham and Women's Hospital. I also continue to rotate bench positions in Blood Bank, Hematology and Chemistry. I am currently taking a first course in a Masters of Education program at Curry College with an interest in teaching CLS. A few years ago, I completed a Molecular Certificate atBoston University, and while I have not worked in the molecular/research realm, I try to maintain familiarity. Again, stay motivated and NEVER stop learning!"
Pam (Morgan) Bimbo ('76) firstname.lastname@example.org "After graduating I began working at Randolph Hospital and have stayed there for 34 years this month, most of that as Hematology Supervisor. We have 3 children: a daugher age 31 (PhD in Psych) and son age 28(an attorney) and son 19 (at UNCW). I wish I had a list of all the people in my graduating MT clsss, as I cannot remember all the names." 6/2010
Debbie (James) Wood ('76) Woodsix@aol.com "I live in Atlanta Georgia and worked as an Assistant Supervisor of Clinical Immunology for 7 years. I have 4 children: Lauren 18, Rachel 15, Alex 13, Nicky 11. After taking some time off to raise my children, I am now a consultant for Atlanta schools regarding health education for young men and women in Middle School and High School. Medical Technology is a wonderful springboard for an array of areas besides the clinical lab. I am considering getting my teacher certification for secondary level science courses. So many doors are open with our level and diversity of education."
Jean (Long) Carlton ('75) Flounderman88@yahoo.com "Husband - Lee Carlton, attorney; Son - Joe, 18 years old; Son - Ted, 15 years old."
Leila (Roberts) Huhman ('75) LHuhman@verizon.net "I spent a few years working (as a yacht charter broker) and sailing in the Caribbean. Then to California, where I worked at UCLA, then Unilab (then MetWest) as supervisor of automated chemistry. After my daughter and son were born, I got into education and have been teaching fourth grade."
Jane (Rogers) Jones ('75) email@example.com "Retired from McLendon Labs Quality Management at the end of 2007. Currently volunteer at the new UNC Cancer Hospital on Wednesday mornings and do whatever I want on the other days!" 6/2013
Scott Justus ('75) firstname.lastname@example.org "After 12 years at NC Memorial Hospital (now UNC Hospitals), I have now worked in clinical research for 15+ years at Glaxo - then Glaxo Wellcome - then Glaxo SmithKline (mergers) on a number of drug development programs. I am married, have 2 daughters. I am grateful to have known Miss Ward and to have graduated from the MT program at UNC."
Dr. Toni L. Sugg ('75) "Graduated from NCSU-CVM 1987. Been with Piedmont Vet. Clinic since 1988. 4-year breast cancer survivor."
Susan (Jarrett) Smith ('75) email@example.com "I no longer in the Med Tech field but always knew I could return and find employment there. I am still married to my first love and our three children have their degrees and marriages." 12/2007
Suzanne (Peace) Fathauer ('74) firstname.lastname@example.org "My wonderful Med Tech degree helped me work in a hospital in New South Wales, Australia for 5 years. My oldest 2 children were born there. I have been at Duke for 22 years, the last 18 in the pediatric lab. I got my NC teacher certification for middle school science and taught 6-9 grades for several years and taught courses at the local community college in lab science and medical terminology. The program was a great background for careers other than strictly lab. Thanks UNC/Duke!!" 10/2009
Kenneth Hill ('74) email@example.com "My degree in Medical Technology proved invaluable to my career--initially as technologist/chief technologist in the Clinical Chemistry Lab at UNC Hospitals and at the University of Virginia Medical Center. Opting for a career in medical equipment sales in 1980, my training in medical technology has given me a definite edge as I work with laboratories nationwide in providing them with the most highly technological and cost effective solutions for their needs." 6/2008
Karen McKay Noland ('74) firstname.lastname@example.org "The longer I work in the profession, I am reminded of the importance of people such as Ms. Louise Ward. Thank you to her and the excellent program/career."
John Barnhardt ('72) email@example.com "After working several years in clinical labs, I became a CPA and worked in public accounting. Since the mid-80s I have worked with publicly traded life science companies in RTP. My wife Lisa, a psychotherapist, and I live in Raleigh. Our daughter, Julia, got an undergrad from UNC in clinical social work and masters from Boston College. Julia works in Boston. Our son, Daniel, is a junior at NC State studying materials science in the school of engineering. Noodle and I stay in touch frequently, but have lost contact with most of our other classmates." 8/2006
Carolyn Nodell Glasgow ('72) firstname.lastname@example.org "I'm coming to the reunion and open house on September 30 and I would love to see other classmates...Nancy Atwood, where are you?" 9/06
Mary Noel (Hobbs) Dodd ('71) email@example.com "Enjoying what will probably be my last 4 years before retirement as supervisor of the Bacterial STD Unit at the State Lab. Husband, Gene, is an attorney; son, Gene III, 24, is in graduate school at Virginia Commonwealth University, and daughter, Ginny, 19, is a junior at ECU. I am grateful for the good foundation I received at UNC and for Louise Ward's faith in me." 08/2006
Anne (Avent) Johnson ('71) firstname.lastname@example.org "I worked at UNC Hospitals for 30 years (Hematology, Special Coag, and Core Labs; Quality Management). I retired in March of 2001. Now I am working on improving my art skills (watercolor and acrylics) and enjoying gardening and traveling with my husband. Retirement is good!"
Theresa P. Ford ('70) "Theresa passed away 9/11/02 from complications of breast cancer."
Marjorie Kachoris ('70) email@example.com "After working in the microbiology and mycology lab at Mass. General Hospital for 31 years, I retired and moved to Raleigh to take care of my mother. I now have a full-time position in the microbiology lab at Duke University Medical Center."
Patricia (Dixon) Marchlowitz ('70) firstname.lastname@example.org "I am retired now and living with my husband in the North Georgia Mountains. Our only child, Paul, continues to run the family business in Ft. Lauderdale. Life is GOOD!" 9/06