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of Virginia as a resident and faculty
member, and later in private practice.
He belonged to Sigma Nu.
Robert P. Lancaster ’62, of Dallas, died on March 7. He started
his banking career at Empire State
Bank. He endured nine mergers;
as senior vice president, he was the
longest-standing employee company-wide when Lehman Brothers failed
in 2008. He retired from Barclay’s
Capital in 2009. He was brother to
John Lancaster III ’58 and uncle to
James Lancaster ’88. He belonged to
Beta Theta Pi.
T. A. Dwyer McNeese ’62, of
Houston, died on March 14. He
worked at Fulbright, Crooker, Freeman, Bates & Jaworski and was head
of the Mexico firm. He belonged to
Clarence Renshaw II ’63, of
Fincastle, Virginia, died on Sept.
27, 2015. He served in the Army
during Vietnam. He was a journalist
and worked in public relations. He
belonged to Phi Kappa Sigma.
John A. Raphael ’64, of Dallas,
died on March 7. He was a CPA with
Intervest Cos. as a partner.
Allan H. “Peter” Graeff Jr. ’65, of
La Gonave, Haiti, died on Jan. 11. He
was an aid worker in Latin America
and Haiti, including a stint with the
Peace Corps. He belonged to Sigma
Thomas M. Raines, Jr. ’65 of Ivor,
Virginia, died on Feb. 20, 2016. He
served in the Air Force. He served as
a congressional aide in Washington,
D.C., as registrar of Sussex County,
and as president of the Voter Registrars Association of Virginia.
Eugene A. Hatfield ’66, of Jonesboro, Georgia, died on Jan. 12. He
served in the Army during Vietnam.
He was a professor of history at
Clayton State University for over
three decades. He belonged to Sigma
Howard J. Beck Jr. ’67L, of Roanoke, Virginia, died on Jan. 23. He
was an attorney at Gentry Locke
Rakes & Moore. He also served as
the clerk of the bankruptcy court in
James W. Cady II ’68, of Hiram,
Georgia, died on Dec. 8, 2016. He
served as an actor and director in local
theater companies and in summer stock
productions. He retired from a career
with the U.S. Social Security Administration in Baltimore, Maryland.
Fielding L. Wilson, Jr. ’68, of Annapolis, Maryland, died on March 6. He
served in the Army during Vietnam. He
was a real estate developer and entrepreneur. He belonged to Kappa Sigma.
Jeffrey A. Davis ’71, of Houston, died
on March 11. He was a managing partner with McGinnis Lochridge. He was
cousin to David Ebert ’87 and belonged
to Kappa Sigma.
Charles W. Glasgow Jr. ’71, of Silver
Springs, Maryland, died on Dec. 2,
2016. He owned the Southern Maryland Seafood Co. Inc. He belonged to
Phi Kappa Sigma.
M. Wesley Maneval ’71, of Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, died on Aug. 9,
2016. He belonged to Pi Kappa Phi.
Lawrence E. Evans Jr. ’73, of St. Louis, Missouri, died on March 6. He was
a partner with Husch Blackwell before
retiring. He was an adjunct professor at
Washington University, St. Louis.
John M. Mason ’73L, of Siler City,
North Carolina, died on Feb. 14. He
practiced law with several firms, was
chief counsel of the Federal Railroad
Administration and held clerkships for
Judge J. Braxton Craven Jr., U.S. Court
of Appeals, 4th Circuit, and Justice William H. Rehnquist, U.S. Supreme Court.
Thomas B. Shuttleworth II ’73L, of
Virginia Beach, died on Dec. 20, 2016.
He practiced law in Virginia Beach. He
was father to Molly Shuttleworth Evans
Bobby R. Smith ’74, of Atlanta, died
on Jan. 5. He worked for AT&T. He
was father to Jarrett W. Smith ’ 12 and
brother to Leslie D. Smith Jr. ’69L.
Scott T. Vaughn ’76L, of North Little
Rock, Arkansas, died on Feb. 22. He
worked for the Hilburn Law Firm in
North Little Rock.
Michael M. Boley ’78, of Williams-
burg, Virginia, died on March 17. He
was an assistant store manager at Dick’s
Sporting Goods and had worked in
the hotel, restaurant and food service
Cody F. Davis ’81, of Tampa, Florida,
died on Jan. 7. He was an attorney with
Cody Fowler Davis trial attorneys. He
was brother to James O. Davis III ’79.
John H. Windsor III ’83, of Coconut
Grove, Florida, died on Feb. 15. He had
a career in real estate management.
He belonged to Kappa Sigma and was
cousin to William Windsor ’54.
Thomas M. Koch ’89, of Hebron,
Ohio, died Jan. 21. He was a certified
public accountant and owned his accounting firm. He was cousin to Rich
Koch ’75 and Dr. Jim Koch ’77. He
belonged to Sigma Chi.
John Charles Reid ’95L, of Arlington, Virginia, died on March 6. He had
been an attorney for Deloitte & Touche.
Frances Kirby McKemy, who retired
from the university after working as the
recorder at the Law School from 1976
to 1987, died on Feb. 21.
Lucille Kyle Mays, who retired from
W&L after working as a custodian from
1966 to 1977, died on March 7.
Charles Everett Dunn Sr., who
retired from W&L after working as a
chef from 1976 to 1989, died on March
12. One of his daughters, Warrenetta
Kay Bostick, recently retired as a public
safety officer at W&L.