William Hawkins Bogart, Jr. ’49, 84, of Oak Ridge, N.C., passed away Nov. 8, 2011, at Countryside Manor in Stokesdale, N.C. He was born March 25, 1927, in Greensboro to the late William H. Bogart, Sr. ’24 and Eunice Bowen Bogart. Bogart was a member of Union Grove Baptist Church in Oak Ridge. Before moving to Oak Ridge, he was an active member of Moffett Memorial Baptist Church in Danville, Va., serving as a Sunday school teacher, deacon, and trustee. He was a graduate of Davidson and N.C. State University, and served in the U.S. Navy during WWII and in the Naval Reserves. He moved to Danville, Va., where he was a professor of chemistry at Danville Community College until his retirement, and also was employed at Dibrell Brothers. Bogart was an active member in the Jaycees and was named outstanding Jaycee; he also was a member of the Kiwanis Club, an officer of the Danville Philatelic Club, and a lifetime member of the American Philatelic Society. Stamp collecting was his hobby. Surviving are his wife, Barbara Phlegar Bogart, 5925 Tarleton Dr., Oak Ridge, NC 27310-9106, whom he married on Dec. 17, 1960; three children, Brenda Hall (Steve), Beverly Royals (Jim), and Bryan Bogart (Cheri); three grandchildren, Aaron and Michael Bogart and Jordan Hall; sister, Nancy Kabrich (Randy ’50); and three nephews.