Andrew Hunter Manson, Jr. ’34 of Jacksonville, Fla., passed away December 28, 2005. He was president of the first full class of graduates of Robert E. Lee High School, where he excelled in basketball. True to his Scottish heritage, he was also a lifelong golfer. At Davidson, he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Omicron Delta Kappa leadership fraternity. He held numerous leadership positions, including vice-president of his senior class. He was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Infantry in 1942, and served his country for three and a half years during World War II in Scotland, England, Wales, Africa, Sicily, and Italy. He was appointed to the rank of major in the Transportation Corps in 1947. Before his retirement in 1983, he was treasurer of St. Joe Paper Company and worked with the Nemours Foundation and the estate of Alfred I. Dupont. During his many years as a member of Riverside Presbyterian Church, Andrew served as an elder, a deacon, captain of ushers, and president of the George Simons Bible class. Survivors include his wife of sixty-six years, Katherine Hooper Manson, 4185 Lakeside Dr., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210; a daughter, Kay Manson, his son, Andrew Hunter Manson, III; and several nieces and nephews.
T. Hooke McCallie ’34 of Chattanooga, Tenn., died May 5, 2005. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, where he taught Sunday school and served as a ruling elder of the governing session for more than forty years. During World War II, he was a commanding officer in the 3rd Infantry of the U.S. Army serving in Newfoundland and the Philippines. He remained in the U.S. Army Reserves until his retirement. He started his business career with Penn Mutual Insurance Agency. After the war he entered the radio business as assistant manager of WDEF, then moved to Florida to manage local radio stations. He returned to Chattanooga in 1955 to work in banking. He retired from First Tennessee Bank in 1977 as vice president and trust officer. As a young man, he was active in the Junior Chamber of Commerce, and was a charter member of the Brainerd Kiwanis Club. He was a board member and officeholder of the Better Housing Commission, the YMCA, Bethel Bible Village, the Caldsted Foundation, and the Tennessee Retired Officers Association. He is survived by his wife, Eleanor W. McCallie, 2700A Parkwood Ave., Apt. 3, Chattanooga, Tenn. 37404-1730; and children Tom, Wyatt, Eleanor Cooper, John, Jim, and W. Alex McCallie ’82, 3116 Natalie Cir., Augusta, Ga. 30909-6868.; sisters, Alice Pressley of Atlanta and Ellen M. Cochrane of Winchester, Va.; a brother, David McCallie; and many nieces and nephews