William Louis Daisy ’65

Retired District Court Judge William Louis Daisy, 73, died July 15, 2016. He was born in Greensboro, February 14, 1943, (which he always noted was both Valentine’s Day and Boy Scout Sunday) to the late Harold Louis Daisy and Mary Viola Cameron Daisy.

His family soon moved to Winston-Salem, where he grew up. Bill was an Eagle Scout and received the Silver Beaver Award. He was a graduate of R.J. Reynolds High School where he made lifelong friends. He enjoyed attending many reunions of the Class of 1961.

In 1965, Bill graduated from Davidson College with a degree in business administration. A member of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, he maintained many close friendships over the years with his fraternity brothers and classmates. He received his law degree from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

He served for two years in the US Army in Worms, Germany. After his military service, he worked in Worms as a civilian for the Army, traveling widely in Europe before returning to settle in Greensboro.

He began his legal career in Guilford County as an assistant county attorney. He then worked as an attorney in private practice for several years before being elected a district court judge in 1980. He attended two summer sessions at the National Judicial College in Reno, NV.

He retired from the bench in 2004 and became a certified mediator, which he practiced until his death.Bill was a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, the Greensboro Bar Association, the Guilford County Inn of Court, and was active in the Greensboro Bar Association Family Lawyers Section.

He had served on the Board of Directors of One Step Further. Since his retirement, Bill was as an active volunteer with the Women’s Resource Center, helping many people navigate the court system. He chaired the North Carolina Bar’s local Fee Dispute Resolution Committee and was a regular volunteer for the Greensboro Bar’s Law Day, specializing in family law questions.

He was a long-time member of the Nat Greene Kiwanis Club, where he had served as a member of the board of trustees and president. Bill also was a member of the UNCG Theatre Angels for many years and served as president. He was an emeritus member of the Society of Bacchus.

He was a long-time member of Sedgefield Country Club, where he spent many happy hours, and where he served on the board of directors.

An avid if not especially accomplished golfer, Bill enjoyed volunteering at various golf events held at Sedgefield, namely the ACC Women’s Golf Tournament, the American Junior Golf Association (now Haas Family Tournament) and the Wyndham Championship.Bill loved fine food and wine, tastes he acquired while living in Europe and on his many travels.

An accomplished chef, he enjoyed entertaining friends and family. He also shared his talent by donating gourmet dinners to the auctions of various non-profit organizations, such as the United Arts Council, Operation Smile and the Nat Greene Kiwanis Club.

Bill is survived by his wife of over 35 years, Leslie Purcell Daisy; his sister-in-law, Wade Purcell Penny (Robert) of Charlotte; and brother-in-law Bradley Purcell (Karen) of Richmond, VA.

He loved very much his three nephews, Rep & Slice Penny and Thomas Purcell.

He is survived also by special cousins Jo Greene of Raleigh, Lois Lindsley of St. Michaels, MD, and Paul Daisy of Moultonborough, NH, in addition to other extended family.

A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, July 23, at Highland Presbyterian Church, 2380 Cloverdale Ave., Winston-Salem, NC. The Rev. Dr. Augustus Succop will officiate. A reception will follow the service.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Davidson College Class of 1965 Scholarship (Davidson College, Box 7170, Davidson, NC 28036), the UNCG Theatre Angels Scholarship (UNCG Theatre, P.O. Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402) or Hospice & Palliative Care of Greensboro (2500 Summit Ave., Greensboro, NC 27405).

Online condolences may be made at www.haneslineberryfuneralhomes.com.

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Charles Walker McCrary Jr. ’56

Local industrialist Charles Walker McCrary Jr. passed away Wednesday, July 13, 2016, at his home in Asheboro with his loving family by his side.

He was born May 15, 1934, in Randolph County.

He is the son of the late Charles Walker McCrary and Julia English McCrary.

Charles graduated from Asheboro High School and attended Davidson College majoring in English. He served in the United States Army and was stationed in the Panama Canal in 1956-1958. He retired third generation President and CEO of Acme-McCrary Corporation and Chairman of the Board of Sapona Manufacturing. He also served many years as a Director and Officer of Randolph Oil Company, Director of Randolph Hospital and Wells Fargo Bank and Trust and a Director and Officer of Acme-McCrary & Sapona Foundation.

Charles was a life-long member of First United Methodist Church and an avid hunter and fisherman. Most weekends one could find him piddling on his boat at Badin Lake. He was a HAM radio operator and self-proclaimed electronics guru. Charles never knew a stranger and was a generous friend and mentor to all.

He was preceded in death by his sister, Elizabeth McCrary Simmons.

Charles is survived by his wife of almost 50 years, Susan Noble McCrary; daughter Suzanne English McCrary; son, Charles Walker McCrary III and wife Shannon; grandchildren, Samantha Grace McCrary and Charles Walker McCrary IV; and several nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends on Sunday, July 17, from 5-7 p.m. at Pugh Funeral Home, 437 Sunset Ave., Asheboro, N.C.

The funeral service will be held Monday, July 18, 2016, at 2 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 224 N. Fayetteville St., Asheboro, with his pastors the Rev. Lynda Ferguson and Dr. Donald Haynes officiating. Burial will follow at the city cemetery. Military honors will be provided by Randolph County Honor Guard.

The family wishes to express their sincere appreciation to all his devoted caregivers.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions be made to First United Methodist Church, 224 N. Fayetteville St., Asheboro, NC 27203; or Randolph Hospital Community Health Foundation, 364 White Oak St., Asheboro, NC 27204-1048.

Please share remembrances and condolences at www.pugh funeralhome.com.

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Howard George Ling ’76

The family of Dr. Howard George Ling announces his passing with peace and grace  on July 13, 2016 after a brave and optimistic battle with cancer.

A native of Fayetteville, NC, Howard was the eldest of four sons of Lt Col Pete Ling (deceased) and Colleen Milligan. His brothers are Chris of Fayetteville NC, Andrew of Winston-Salem NC, and Daniel (wife Lia Kalom and children Annika and Per) of Wilmington, NC.

Married to Dr. Marilu E. Santos, Professor of Microbiology at the University of North Carolina Pembroke for 12 years, Howard and Marilu have travelled the world together from Asia to Europe and the Mediterranean. They loved sailing the Carolina waters and driving the countryside in his 30 year-old MGB.

Howard treasured family time with his stepchildren Jan Lee, Paolo, Angelin (with fiancée Austin Hobbs,) and Angelie (with husband Andrew Twaro and son Colin) in their home in The Oaks, Lumberton NC. Howard and Marilu are parish members of the Basilica Shrine of St. Mary Catholic Church in Wilmington, NC.

Dr. Ling earned his PhD degree from Old Dominion University. He spent 16 years as Professor of Marketing and International Business and served as MBA Director and Chair of the Department of Marketing, Management, and International Business at UNCP. Howard served as Commodore of the Wrightsville Beach Ocean Racing Association and earned a sea captain’s license and a scuba diving certification.

Perhaps Howard’s greatest gift was being able to make anyone feel special.  A lover of music and the arts, Howard was always interested in sharing ideas and hearing about the experiences of others.  We will all miss him.

A funeral service will be held on Saturday, July 16, 2016 at 1:00 PM Floyd Memorial Chapel at 809 East 5th Street, Lumberton, NC 28358 with Rev. Joe Bounds officiating.   A time for visitation will follow the service on Saturday.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are encouraged to be made to St. Jude Children’s Cancer Clinic, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 or donors@stjude.org

Talmadge Franklin Broughton ’56

Talmadge Franklin (Tal) Broughton, 81, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Wednesday, July 13, 2016 after battling progressive Alzheimer’s for more than ten years.

He is survived by a loving family including his wife of 59 years, Mary Virginia Broughton; two sons, Mark Talmadge Broughton and Bradley Powell Broughton; twelve grandchildren, Aaron, David, Paige Rosekopf, Peter, Elizabeth Oller, Mary, Julia, Rachel, Rebekah, Samuel, Hannah, and Abigail; and by three great-granddaughters, Claire, Kate, and Megan. He is also survived by his brother, Kirby Broughton of Greensboro, N.C.

Tal accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior during his college years at Davidson College where he earned a scholarship to play football. While his life included many accomplishments, none were greater than living to honor his Lord and consistently loving his family.

He proudly served in the United States Marine Corps and received exceptional care by the loving staff at the Virginia Veterans Care Center in Roanoke during his declining years.

Tal was the Founder and CEO of SATCOM for 40 years, a successful software company headquartered in Virginia Beach, where he shared operational responsibilities with his two sons for more than 20 years.

Tal was also known to be a kind-hearted man with a refreshing personality and an engaging smile. People of all ages and walks of life enjoyed his company.

He was recognized as a leader in the community, in business, and in his church, so his plate often overflowed with responsibilities. But he always seemed to do them well Chairman for the Hampton Roads’ Billy Graham Crusade; Chairman for the Hampton Roads’ Bill Gothard Institute in Basic Life Principles; Chairman of multiple church building committees; and Hampton Roads’ Investment Liaison for State of Israel Bonds.

But despite his busy schedule, Tal always seemed to find time to be with his family and show them love, taking many trips throughout the country with his grandchildren prior to his declining illness.

Tal and his wife Mary Virginia were longtime residents of Virginia Beach, but moved to the Daleville area of Roanoke in 2003.

His public memorial service will be at 7 p.m. held, Saturday, July 16, 2016 at Faith Alliance Church located at 7505 Barrens Road, Roanoke, Va. 24019.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Missions to Military (2221 Centerville Turnpike, Virginia Beach, Va. 23464, 757-479-2288), or Samaritan’s Purse International Relief at https://www.samaritanspurse.org Arrangements by Simpson Funeral Home, 540-366-0707.

“In hope of eternal life, which God, who cannot lie, promised before the world began” Titus 1:2

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John Milton Archer III ’55

John Milton Archer III, 82, passed away on Tuesday, July 12, 2016 at his home in Charlotte, with his three children at his side.

Born Sept. 3, 1933 in Knoxville, Tennessee, he was the son of the late John Milton Archer Jr. and Beatrice Payne Archer. He spent most of his life growing up surrounded by the beautiful mountains of Macon County in Franklin. He graduated from Franklin High School, where he was the quarterback of his high school football team.

After receiving a football scholarship to Davidson College, he played one year there before transferring to UNC-Chapel Hill where he completed a degree in Pediatric Dentistry. He later continued his education to expand his dental practice into orthodontics.

His career as the “favorite” and “best” pediatric dentist in Charlotte spanned more than 35 years. John was a Sigma Chi at UNC-CH and also a member of the Delta Sigma Delta dental fraternity. He was president of the UNC Dental Alumni Association, as well as president of the Southeastern Society of Pediatric Dentistry.

As a longtime Charlotte resident, John was very involved with the community around him. He was a member of Myers Park Presbyterian Church, where he was an elder and a deacon, where he also enjoyed Bible studies and small groups, volunteering for Room in the Inn and travelling to Malawi for mission work. He spent time helping others at the soup kitchens and homeless shelters in Charlotte.

John was a former president of the Rotary Club of North Charlotte. He was a member of Charlotte Country Club, since 1967, and so enjoyed tennis, swimming and dining, but his true love at CCC was golf. His golf group, the RODS (Royal Order of the Dew Sweepers), was near and dear to his heart, and he maintained these close friendships until the very end.

John was passionately involved with Myers Park Trinity Little League baseball as a coach, referee and umpire for over 15 years. John was a family-centered man who appreciated and enjoyed having his 3 children and their families growing up in Charlotte.

He had many hobbies and loved sharing them all with his family (and some lucky friends). Besides golf, he loved long walks, hiking, camping, gardening, biking, rafting, skiing with family and friends, tennis, volleyball and family beach trips.

Many special memories with family were created in the North Carolina mountains. He longed for roaring fires at Hillcrest Circle in Franklin. He loved picking blueberries and blackberries and then making cobblers with his grandchildren. “Dadoo,” as he was called by all the grandchildren, taught all the young people the “Rhododendron” song to sing and entertain them on many hikes. That made us all smile and laugh.

He was a lifelong Tar Heel inside and out, a marathon runner in his earlier days and had special canine friends “Rusty-dog” and Britty. He loved “pampakes” with the grandchildren.

He is survived by his three children, all of Charlotte, John Milton Archer IV (Ellen), Charles Pressly Archer (Kelley), Mary Catherine Archer Chesney (Bobby); seven cherished grandchildren, John Reynolds Archer, Jordan (Chapman), Johnny and Megan Archer, Taylor and Grace Brookhouse, and William Chesney; his one sister Mary Alice Archer McLaughlin of Boise, Idaho; a special, loving companion, Becky; and his first wife and mother of his three children, Betty Dale Pressly Archer.

He was predeceased by a second wife, Mebane McDonald Reed Archer and is survived by her children, Tisha Reed Hardcastle (Bill) of Dallas, Ashley Reed Walsh (Kevin) of Atlanta, Rusty Reed (Kara) of Santa Barbara, California; and grandchildren Brooks and Will Hardcastle, Reed, Tally and Michael Walsh, and Brooks, Cooper, Logan, and Dashiell Reed.

John is also survived by nephews John Edwin McLaughlin of Chester, Maryland and David McLaughlin of Chester Springs, Pennsylvania; and a niece, Carol McLaughlin Dixon of Boise, and their families.

A visitation will be held from 5-8 p.m. Friday at the home of Ellen and John M. Archer IV, 717 Hempstead Place, Charlotte. A service to celebrate John’s life will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 16 at Myers Park Presbyterian Church, 2501 Oxford Place, Charlotte, NC. Family will receive friends in Oxford Hall immediately following the church service on Saturday.

Memorials may be made to: Myers Park Presbyterian Church, Outreach Ministry, 2501 Oxford Place, Charlotte, NC 28207 or Novant Health Hospice, 324 North McDowell Street, Suite 200, P.O. Box 33549, Charlotte, NC 28233. Gaskin Funeral Services is serving the family, and online condolences may be made at www.gaskinservices.com.

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George Irvin Richardson ’51

Dr. George Irvin Richardson, 86, of Reidsville, NC, went to be with the Lord Monday, July 11, 2016 at Brookdale Reidsville.

Funeral services will be conducted 11 a.m. Thursday, July 14, 2016 at First Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Greenview Cemetery.

A native of Rockingham County, he was a son of the late Robert Payne Richardson, III and the late Lucy Irvin Richardson and had lived in Reidsville his entire life.

A graduate of Davidson College, affectionately known as “Boys Town,” he later attended UNC School of Medicine. A retired physician, and a US Army veteran, he was a member of First Presbyterian Church, where he served as an elder and loved the Montreat House.

He was a former member of the Board of Directors of Wachovia and later served on the Board of Directors of First Federal Savings & Loan.

He was a member of the Heritage Club of Annie Penn Hospital Foundation and was also a charter member of the Oak Island Golf Club.

Always a Southern gentleman, his kindness made everyone feel special. Things he loved most were first and foremost his family, his friends, caring for his patients, gin rummy with his friends, and playing golf.

He was dedicated to everything he pursued; he never missed a day of school. Irvin was a great storyteller, and whatever he lost on the golf course he would recoup in the card room.

Although he was known as “Runt” by many of his friends, he was a giant of a man.

Irvin was preceded in death by a daughter: Hunter Richardson Snow and a brother: Robert Payne Richardson, IV.

Survivors include his wife: Dorothy Smothers “Dot” Richardson of the home, daughters: Susan Richardson McLeod and husband Bill of Reidsville, Jane Richardson Stenhouse and husband John of Raleigh, son James Irvin “Jim” Richardson of Atlanta, GA, son-in-Law: John M. Snow of Raleigh, sister: Jane Richardson Vieth and husband G. Duane of Bethesda, MD, grandchildren: Jane Snow Myers (Taylor), John Richardson Snow (Kristen), Benjamin Paul Snow, Robert Alexander Snow, William Franklin McLeod, III (Cherie), Dr. George Irvin McLeod, James Richardson McLeod (Isabelle), Robert Payne McLeod, George Merritt Stenhouse, Lucy Hunter Stenhouse, and Hunter Britt Richardson, and his loving companion, his pet dog, Susie Payne.

The family will see friends 6 till 8 p.m. Wednesday July 13, 2016 at First Presbyterian Church and at other times will be at the home.

Memorials may be sent to: Hospice of Rockingham County, P.O. Box 281, Wentworth, NC 27375, or to First Presbyterian Church, 318 S. Main St., Reidsville, NC 27320.

The family would like to thank the staff and management of Brookdale Reidsville and Dr. Roy Fagan, who lovingly cared for Irvin.

Citty Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.Online condolences may be sent to: www.cittyfh.com

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William Bostick Baxter ’49

William Bostick Baxter, 88, of Holland, passed away on July 11, 2016. He was born in Dothan, Ala., in 1928 and attended Davidson College in North Carolina.

He worked for J.M. Huber Corporation as an accountant after serving in the military. After moving to Holland in 2008 he became a member of Third Reformed Church. He was a committed Christian and dedicated to memorizing scripture.

He was preceded in death by his parents, William P. Baxter and Francis G. Howell; and his wife of 63 years, Elizabeth Fortson Baxter.

He is survived by his two daughters, Katherine (George) Hunsberger of Holland and Anne (Jim) Mead of Orange City, Iowa; five grandchildren, Lauren (Dan) Eisnor of Grand Haven, Peter (Emily) Hunsberger of Grand Rapids, Anna (Mark) Bogertman of Holland, Andrew (Jana) Mead of Grand Rapids, Molly (Paul) Towne of Zeeland; and eight great grandchildren, Kate Eisnor, Luke Eisnor, Levi Eisnor, Gracie Bogertman, Amelia Bogertman, Joel Bogertman, Asher Mead, and Simon Hunsberger. He is also survived by his step-brother, Crawford (Gladys) Howell of Dothan, AL.

Following a family committal service at the cemetery, a memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, July 14, at Third Reformed Church in Holland. Memorial gifts may be made to Hospice of Holland, or to Third Reformed Church of Holland.

For more information please visit www.dykstrafuneralhome.com

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James Louis Maxwell, Jr. ’48

James Louis Maxwell, Jr., died Sunday, July 10, 2016 at Kitty Askins Hospice Center. He was born in Wayne County on January 9, 1927 to the late James Louis Maxwell and Ruth Herring Maxwell.

Louis graduated from Goldsboro High School and attended Davidson College. He joined the U.S. Navy during World War II and, after completing his service, Louis graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill.

He was a lifelong member of St. Paul United Methodist Church and an Eagle Scout. Louis was Chairman of the Board of Goldsboro Milling Company, a family owned business involved in many ventures including swine, real estate, poultry, and Butterball, LLC.

He made many contributions to the betterment of his communities, state and country through his dedicated involvement in many organizations and passionate service on numerous boards.

There will be a private graveside service at The Maxwell Family Cemetery.

He is survived by four children and their children and grandchildren, daughter, Mary Ann Maxwell; daughter, Charlotte Maxwell Weaver and husband, Harroll Hudson Weaver, and their children, Maxwell Jeffreys Weaver and wife Leigh Anna Weaver, and their son, Maxwell Jeffreys Weaver, Jr., James Harroll Weaver, David Hudson Weaver and wife, Tracey Harrell Weaver, and their children, David Hudson Weaver, Jr. and Leslie Forbes Weaver, and Kathryn Weaver Sumrell and husband, Stephen Cale Sumrell, and their children, Weaver Davenport Sumrell and Isabelle Kathryn Sumrell; daughter, Elizabeth Maxwell Yarboro and husband, Thomas Richard Yarboro, and their children, Thomas Richard Yarboro, Jr., Virginia Marshall Yarboro, Eleanor Maxwell Yarboro, and Charlotte Ruth Yarboro; son, James Louis Maxwell III and wife, Gina Comer Maxwell, and their children, Lily Page Maxwell and James Louis Maxwell IV.

In addition to his parents, Louis was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Ann Jeffreys Maxwell, and his sister, Effie Ruth Maxwell Pike.

The family will receive friends from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 12, 2016 at his home, 711 Lake Shore Drive, Goldsboro.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to honor Mr. Maxwell be made to St. Paul United Methodist Church, 204 E. Chestnut St., Goldsboro, N.C., 27530; UNC Memory Disorders Program, c/o Medical Foundation of North Carolina, 880 MLK Jr. Blvd., Chapel Hill, N.C., 27514; or Kitty Askins Hospice Center, 107 Handley Park Court, Goldsboro, N.C., 27534.

Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.sey mourfuneralhome.com

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James Todd Welborn ’44

Dr. James Todd Welborn, 92, of Weaver Drive, died Saturday, July 9, 2016, at Hinkle Hospice House after declining health.

A funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at First Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Dr. Lee Zehmer. Burial will follow at Forest Hill Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Thursday prior to the service in the church fellowship hall.

Dr. Welborn was born Oct. 7, 1923, in Davidson County to William Fowle Welborn and Bessie Lee Todd Welborn. He was a graduate of Davidson College, the University of North Carolina Medical School and the University of Maryland Medical School, completing his residency at Charlotte Memorial Hospital.

As a physician, he served his community for 53 years, first opening his private practice in Lexington in 1949. He was called to military service in 1956 serving as an Army captain medical officer in Japan, post Korean War and returned to Lexington to reopen his practice in 1958.

He is a former chief of staff of Lexington Memorial Hospital, former chairman of the board of trustees of Lexington Memorial Hospital and member of the Davidson County Medical Society.

He was the staff physician for the Department of Corrections, Davidson County Facility for 40 years and served as medical director of Buena Vista Nursing Facility. Dr. Welborn was also past president of the Lexington Rotary Club and a lifelong member of First Presbyterian Church, where he served as a deacon and elder.

His favorite pastimes were playing golf and tennis and traveling after retirement. He was a charter member of Sapona Country Club and traveled extensively in the U.S. and abroad with his brothers and friends.

His most memorable travel was playing golf at the old course at St. Andrews Golf Links in Scotland. His brothers, William Fowle Welborn Jr. and wife Geraldine Hobbs Welborn and Samuel Gould Welborn and wife Marion Guerriero Welborn, and sister-in-law Janice McNeill Welborn preceded him in death.

He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Lillian Marie Summers Welborn of the home; sons James Todd Welborn Jr. and wife Becky and David Summers Welborn and wife Ellen, all of Lexington; daughter Leigh Welborn Stephenson of Raleigh; brother John Henry Welborn of Charlotte; grandchildren Lynn Welborn Scott and husband Gabe, Kelly Marie Welborn, Davis Hauser Welborn, Myers Summers Welborn, Blair Stephenson Kuplic and Annie Hunter Stephenson; great-grandchildren Grace Elizabeth Scott, Madelynn Marie Scott and Wyatt James Scott; and numerous nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to First Presbyterian Church, P.O. Box 586, Lexington, NC 27293 or Community Health and Wellness, Circle of Friends Fund, c/o Lexington Medical Center Foundation, P.O. Box 1817, Lexington, NC 27293.

Davidson Funeral Home is serving the family.

Online condolences may be made at www.davidsonfuneralhome.net.

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John “Jack” Willits ’73

John “Jack” Willits, 64, died Thursday, July 7, 2016. Jack was born in Pittsburgh, PA, August 23, 1951, son of the late John Ward Willits and Janet Claybaugh Willits. He was pre-deceased by his sister, Janet “Janney” Willits.

He was a behavioral councilor at Myrtle Beach Middle School.

Jack graduated from Davidson College in 1973, where he was a four-year letterman in baseball and was Honorable Mention All-American. He received his Master’s Degree in Public Health from the University of S.C.

For thirty-two years Jack was a band member of the “Mullets” along with Terry Amaker, Russ Flack, Bob O’Connor and Tom Smith, who all were his dear friends.

He is survived by his long-time friends, Molly Whitworth of Charles Town, WV and Mike Frye of Myrtle Beach.

A graveside service will be held at 11:00 AM, Monday, July 11, 2016, at Southern Palms Memorial Gardens in North Myrtle Beach.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Grand Strand Miracle Leagues, PO Box 7503 Myrtle Beach, S.C. 29572.

An online guest book is available at msfh.net.

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Davidson College Alumni Obituaries