Class notes from graduates of the 1960s

Barbara Birenbaum, ’61 College of Education. Her book, “Groundhogs Across America” was the recipient of Academics’ Choice Smart Book award for Mind-ThinkingExcellence. Reviewed by Harvard, Princeton and George Washington University. (submitted 12/12/18)

Jimmy Cooper, ’61 Elementary Education, Jimmy Preston Cooper and Ann Reese Cooper of Columbia, SC recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary.

Jim Fox, ’65, has an illustrated children’s book, “Babies Nurse,” that introduces the most natural and loving act — mother’s nursing their young

Richard Dwight Porcher Jr., ’66 was awarded The Order of the Palmetto by The Honorable Henry McMaster, Governor of South Carolina in recognition of his lifetime of service and myriad contribution to the State of South Carolina. 

Flynn Warren, ’64, College of Pharmacy, Made six presentations on Dr. Crawford Long’s discovery of ether for anesthesia in Georgia and South Carolina

Douglas F. Dent, ’66 Economics, ’73 Law, has closed his private law firm of 40 years and been appointed as General Counsel for the Greenville County Redevelopment Authority, an independent agency of Greenville County whose mission is the provision of housing, community revitalization and economic development.

Daniel Turbeville, ’67, Arts and Sciences, retired at the rank of Professor Emeritus of Geography from Eastern Washington University, where he taught for 22 years.

John P. Cardillo, ’68 Law, a founding partner of the law firm Cardillo, Keith & Bonaquist, P.A., was selected as Attorney of the Month by the Legal Aid Service of Collier County.