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Adams, Richard Posted: 3/13/2012 11:57:58 AM
Class of 1970 

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The attached picture, compliments of Carver Rudolph, '70, is from the 1969 Final Four in Louisville's Freedom Hall. A large group of Phis watched Carolina go down in defeat first to Rick Mount and Purdue and then to mighty Drake Bulldogs in the consolation. Note the Phis holding up four fingers to show where the Heels finished. NC Betas pictured are:
Murray, All State, Poole '69
Pete Davenport '72
Richard Adams '70
Leroy Keys, College Football All American and Heisman Runner up in 1969 from Purdue who was elected as an Honorary NC Beta Phi that weekend
Carver Rudolph '70
Harry Bryant '70
Bill Federal '69
Goofy Kelly ,69—Goofy who personally introduced John Wooden at the UCLA victory party following their win
Bill Aiken '72
Laverne Steele '69
And a local homeless man
Few Phis who made that trip would count it as one of the best weekends of their four years—whether the Heels won or not.


Holland, Kenneth "Dutch, Juke, Ken" Posted: 2/19/2009 12:39:01 PM
Class of 1975

My wife, Kathy and I still live in Chapel Hill. Our oldest son, Kyle is a freshman at UNC and hoping to go through rush in the fall of '09 and become a Phi. Christina is a sophomore at UNCG, Daniel is a HS sophomore, Houston is in the 4th grade. Houston and I have the same birthday - March 20th. Our daughter, Helen is married and has two wonderful little girls Grace 2 1/2, and Sawyer, 16 months.

We still love being in Chapel Hill - there is always a lot going on, and I get to see some of the old Phis's every now and then.
We recently caught up with Ownr Moore, David Weeks, and the famous Dancing Cheese Bear.

Pritchard, Thomas Posted: 1/8/2007 1:11:37 PM
Class of 1975 

My wife Elizabeth, 6-year-old daughter Emily and I live in Atlanta. After spending 20-plus years in the private equity and mergers and acquisition business, a few years ago I decided to shift gears. I left the world of finance and now spend my time teaching (two Bible study courses and an investment course), hanging out with my wife and daughter, serving in a few not-for-profit endeavors, working on personal investments and staying as healthy as one with three surgically-repaired limbs (both knees and one shoulder) can be. Regarding reunion activities, we've got a big one 30 years coming up in 2005. Robert Paschal 75 and I organized a reunion for the 20th back in 1995, and I hereby volunteer us (sorry Robert!) for similar duty in 2005. If you're interested in participating as an attendee and/or planner, shoot me an e-mail. Also, keep in touch and stop by if you get to Atlanta. (425 Peachtree Battle Ave. NW, Atlanta, GA 30305-4063)

McKinnon, McKay Posted: 1/8/2007 1:11:37 PM
Class of 1971 

I continue to practice plastic surgery in Chicago. I wish I had much more contact with Phi Delts from North Carolina Beta. I'd be interested in coming to an unofficial reunion if it happens. Love to see any brothers in Chicago. Call me at 847-853-0112. (225 Leicester Rd., Kenilworth, IL 60043-1244; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Mitchell, Roy Posted: 1/8/2007 1:11:37 PM
Class of 1971 

My wife, Lethea, and I had a baby girl in February, Ashley Jean. She has a big brother, Roy (7-1/2), and a big sister, Molly (4). Needless to say, there is never a dull moment at our house! (250 Blanton Rd. NW, Atlanta, GA 30342-3618)

Green, Richard Posted: 1/8/2007 1:11:37 PM
Class of 1975 

I work in medical sales. I keep up with Daisy Coleman 75, Kirk Kirkland 74 and Joe Garcia 75. Every year, we try to get together for a golf weekend but don't; we need another four brothers to spur us on! (396 Windsor Rd., Asheville, NC 28804; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)