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Obituaries: Charles A. Hostetler Sr. (access required)

Charles Anderson Hostetler Sr. of Raeford died June 10 at age 78 Born in Raleigh, he attained his law degree at Wake Forest, and also attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was chief deputy commissioner at the Department of ...

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Lucius M. Cheshire Lucius M. Cheshire of Hillsborough died June 5. He was 78 years of age. A native of Hillsborough, he practiced law with Cheshire and Parker until his retirement. Marilyn S. Drewry Marilyn S. Drewry of Winston-Salem died ...

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James D. Burroughs Sr. James Dillard Burroughs Sr. of Chapel Hill died June 1 at age 70. A native of Guilford County, he received his law degree at the University of North Carolina in 1960. He was a corporate attorney ...

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Obituary: Judge James Baley (access required)

Judge James M. Baley Jr. of Asheville, 91, died May 11 after a brief illness. Born in Greensboro, he moved with his family to Marshall, then to Asheville. He attained his law degree at the University of North Carolina in ...

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Obituary: Forrest C. Hall (access required)

Graham attorney Forrest Charmers Hall, 81, died March 29. An Alamance County native, his college career at Elon was interrupted by military service, when he served as a celestial navigation instructor in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War ...

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Obituary: Charles R. Holloman (access required)

Charles Robert Holloman of Raleigh died March 24 at age 89. A Greene County native, he was a 1950 graduate of Duke University’s School of Law. Holloman served as budget administrator and state budget officer in the state Department of ...

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Obituary: Alfred D. Ward (access required)

Alfred Decatur Ward, attorney of New Bern, died Mar. 27 at age 78. Born and raised in New Bern, he attended the University of North Carolina until the outbreak of World War II, when he attended the Citadel and the ...

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