Huger Sinkler King, Jr. ’57 died May 13, 2006. He served in the Navy as an executive officer on the USS Portunas and the USS Yamacraw. In 1963 he graduated from UNC Chapel Hill Law School and later returned to Greensboro to practice law. Having retired from his law practice in Greensboro, he married and started a new chapter in his life with a new family. In 2001 Huger and Josie moved permanently to Wilmington. Huger is survived by his loving wife of twenty years, Josephine Gregory Robson King, 514 Santa Maria Ave., Wilmington, N.C. 28411-7642; his children, Anna King Dollar and her husband, Bob of Concord, Elizabeth King Burns and her husband, Derek of Hillsborough, Greg Robson and his wife, Lisa of Atlanta, Ga, Laura Robson Voigt and her husband, Phil of Dallas, Texas, Chris Robson of Greensboro, Page Robson ’92 of Wilmington, Lisa Robson of Greensboro; seven grandchildren; his siblings, Richie King ’59 and his wife, Patty of Davidson, N.C., Rinda King de Beck of Greensboro, and Michael King and his wife, Susan of Mt. Airy. Also surviving him are: his uncle, Carl Carlson, Jr. ’37, his wife, Anne of Greensboro; his aunt, Laurinda Carlson Schenck of Yeaman’s Hall, SC; four beloved nieces and three nephews who brought him great joy; and his mother-in-law, Frances Manheim Ferguson of the home.