Paul Mebane Pritchett ’92

Paul Mebane Pritchett died unexpectedly on September 9, 2021.

Paul was the son of Mebane Moore Pritchett and Elizabeth Bost Pritchett. He graduated from Davidson College and enjoyed a career in debt financing with Wachovia Bank (later Wells Fargo). He was a member of the Piedmont Driving Club and enjoyed playing golf with his friends.

Paul is survived by his mother, Betsy Pritchett, who is incapacitated with dementia.

A private interment at All Saint’s Episcopal Church will be held at a later date.

Tomm Lorenzin ’92

Tomm Lorenzin passed away after a heart attack on Aug. 23, 2014, in Winston Salem. He was 67.

Tomm was a true Renaissance man. He was a lifelong learner, an amateur photographer, astronomer, and author. His passions included the sciences, art, and nature. He kept an encyclopedic website chronicling his interests and photos at

Tomm started his career as an industrial engineer in Chicago, was a stay-at-home dad while he wrote an astronomy field guide, and ended his career working for Microsoft.

He is survived by his wife Lydia Lorenzin of Mooresville; his daughters Alexis Lorenzin and Lisa Lorenzin, and son-in-law Mike Broome; and sisters Priscilla Tomei and Anita Mitchell and their families.

Memorials may be sent to the Mooresville Soup Kitchen.

Andrea Logan Rogers ’92

A native of North Carolina, Andrea was born Nov. 15, 1970, in High Point to Larry E. Rogers and Jane Logan Rogers.

She was active in Trinity Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, was a member of the junior committee of the Shepherd Center, and had recently volunteered in the wheelchair division of the Peachtree Road Race. Andrea was an active Davidson College alumna as the secretary of the graduating class of 1992. She is remembered and honored by countless friends and family members and will be missed by all who knew her.

Andrea is survived by her father, Larry E. Rogers of High Point; her mother, Jane L. Rogers of Winston-Salem; a brother, Matthew K. Rogers of Hickory; her grandmothers, Thelma Rogers and Viola Logan; several uncles, aunts, cousins; and many, many dear friends.

The family and friends will have a memorial service celebrating Andrea’s life at 11 a.m. Friday at Reynolda Gardens in Winston-Salem, conducted by the Rev. Charles Carter.

Brennan Ashley Guth ’92

Brennan Guth ’93, March 15, 2001, while kayaking on the Palguin River in Chile. After attending Reed, he studied philosophy at the University of Montana, and he later worked as an Americorps member on environmental issues. He became a world class kayaker and founded a company, Tarkio Kayak Adventures, in Missoula, Montana, dedicated to bringing together the best whitewater instructors to teach kayaking to adults and young people and to lead tours around the world. He was well known for boating challenging rivers around the world and for making numerous first descents into uncharted sections. He was also featured in a number of kayak videos. Survivors include his parents, a sister, two grandmothers, a niece, and a nephew.