Graham D. Newton ’50

Dr. Graham D. Newton ’50 of Charlotte, N.C., passed away on February 19, 2006. He graduated from Cornell University before attending his residency at Duke University. He also served in the U.S. Army as the leading medic stationed in Okinawa, Japan, for four years. Dr. Newton worked for forty-one years as a caring dermatologist for Steiger, Mitchner and Newton, which later became Dermatologist Associates. Graham had a wonderful sense of humor and a unique way of making people feel good through his many stories and jokes. Survivors include his three nephews, Dana, Tom and Craig Winslow. In lieu of flowers, send donations to WDAV, Davidson College, P.O. Box 7178, Davidson, NC 28035-7178.

Amos Towle Camp ’50

Amos Towle Camp ’50 of Annandale, Va., died August 27, 2005. He was president of Camp Distributors, Inc., a distributor of health products. At Davidson he was a member of Sigma Delta Pi, ROTC, and Phi Gamma Delta. He was a member of the varsity basketball and football teams. Just twenty days following his graduation, he was called up for service for the Korean War. He was assigned to the 82nd Airborne Div. at Fort Bragg, N.C. for two years. He was editor of the Korean War Veterans Association magazine, The Graybeards, during the time the Korean War Memorial was dedicated on July 27, 1995. He established his own business after leaving active duty but managed to get in twenty-eight years of overall service counting reserve time and retired with the rank of lieutenant colonel. He was a past lieutenant governor of the Kiwanis, past post commander of the American Legion, and was a Bible teacher in his church. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Patricia Jones Camp. They had a son, Stephen, and a daughter, Tracey C. Furman. He is survived by his second wife, Emelina R. Camp, 7828 Rebel Dr., Annandale, Va. 22003 and her five grown children; a brother, Carol Camp ’52 of Akron, Ohio; and grandchildren.

William Clark Little, Jr. ’50

William Clark Little, Jr. ’50 of Laurinburg, N.C., died August 24, 2005, following a brief battle with cancer. At Davidson, he served as president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and a member of Le Cercle Français. Following his retirement J.P. Stevens, he lived in Laurinburg with his late wife, Sallie Townsend Brown Little. He attended the Laurinburg Presbyterian Church. He is survived by three children, Jeanne Little of Oakland, Calif., Clark Little of Greenville, S.C., and Sally L. Few of Atlanta, Ga.; two stepchildren, Richard T. Brown and Sarah B. Leach; and eight grandchildren, Will and Rob Little, Pate and Jack Few, Carr, Lane, and Brennan Fullagar, and Conner Leach.