James G. Patton ’46

James G. Patton ’46 of Atlanta, died June 17, 2006. After serving in WWII, he graduated from the University of Virginia and received his master’s from Georgia State University. During his thirty-eight years at The Westminster Schools, he wore many hats. He had been coach of the football, baseball, and golf teams, director of the boys school, instructor of biology and dean of students. He was a longtime member of North Avenue Presbyterian Church and recently a member of Roswell Presbyterian Church. During his retirement, he was active with the Meals on Wheels program, golfing, watching his favorite team, the Atlanta Braves, and enjoying his grandchildren. Survivors include his wife of fifty-three years, Arlene, and four daughters, Patricia Nicks, 677 Bruce Way SW, Lilburn, Ga. 30047-2217; Susan Fraley of Roswell, Elizabeth Harper of Roswell, Janet Liles of Marietta, twin brother Sam Patton of Toccoa, Ga., sister Katherine Carssow of Austin, Tex., and nine grandchildren.