The following notes were submitted within the last six months.
Dr. HENRY CARMICHAEL ROWE of Gloucester died August 11, 2014. He worked in Newport News and Gloucester for 39 years as a medical examiner and medical director. His contributions provided The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts with the Rowe Collection of Chinese Art. | 2014-08-28 09:40:05
RAYMOND B. "RAY" WALLACE, JR., recently completed his memoir Essex Memories & Beyond. According to the author, the work is about times long ago, a culture that has disappeared, of love, loss, and longing. The eBook version is available on amazon.com. | 2014-07-21 15:14:35
W. GREYSON QUARLES joined the investor team and board of directors of Help Get Sponsors, a full-service sponsorship sales and management team that helps event owners and directors find sponsors. He is a former executive of the SAS Institute, a business analytics company. | 2014-07-18 16:54:47
SAMUEL HARDY DUERSON, JR., of Raleigh, North Carolina, died on June 24, 2014. He attended Hampden-Sydney and graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute with a bachelor's degree and a Master of Engineering. He later earned an MBA from Lynchburg College. As a graduate engineer he worked with the engineering team that assessed the accident damage at the Three Mile Island nuclear plant. | 2014-07-16 10:52:41
JOSEPH F. VIAR, JR., was named the 2014 Nonprofit Board Leader of the Year by Volunteer Alexandria. During the past 25 years, he has been a steadfast supporter of Inova Alexandria Hospital and is directly responsible for raising $40 million for programs such as emergency medicine, women and children's care, and neonatal intensive care. Other non-profits he actively supports includes The Campagna Center, the Walk to Fight Breast Cancer, the Alexandria Office on Women Domestic Violence Program, and the Alexandria Seaport Foundation. | 2014-05-06 04:41:00
Dr. LEWIS H. DREW was the recipient of the Student Affairs Legacy Award, presented at the Virginia Student Services Conference in November 2013. Dean Drew started at Hampden-Sydney in 1963 as the director of Admissions and Financial Aid. In 1970, he was named Dean of Students, a position he held until his retirement in 2000. | 2014-04-11 10:09:00