John Lewis Payne, Jr. ’49, of Lexington, Ky., died Oct. 13 from complications of Parkinson’s disease. He was born in Charlotte, N.C., the son of John and Louise Payne. He was a graduate of Davidson, Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, and received an M.A. from West Georgia College. He was an ordained Presbyterian minister for 16 years, serving churches in W.Va., and was a Presbyterian campus minister at University of Tennessee. He was professor of psychology at Lees College for 20 years, then professor at Lexington Community College for five years. He retired in 1994. In addition to his wife, Peggy, 551 Albany Rd., Lexington, KY 40502, he is survived by his children; John Payne III, Robert Payne, and Margaret Jack; six grandchildren, Seth Payne, Luke Payne, Becky Payne, Cammie Payne, Alleya Jack, and Noah Jack; and one great-grandchild, Elena Watts. Memorials may be made to Davidson College, Box 7174, Davidson, NC 28035-7174.