The new members, who will be sworn in at the July meeting of the board, are Dan V. Kinlaw of Fayettevile, a business executive; Willie C. Martin of Wilmington, Del., a chemical company executive; and Henry G. Williamson Jr. of Winston-Salem, a banker.
The UNC board also reappointed Phillip R. Dixon, a Greenville attorney who is secretary of the ECU board.
All appointments are for four-year terms. The new members replace William C. Baggett of Winston-Salem, William P. Furr of Charlotte; and Dr. Valeria O. Lovelace of Teaneck, N.J. All three have served the maximum two consecutive terms.
Kinlaw, owner of Fayetteville Moving & Storage, International Moving & Storage and Kinlaw Development Co., is a 1965 graduate of ECU. His wife and their two daughters also hold ECU degrees.
He is a director of First Citizens Bank, a lifetime member of the ECU Educational Foundation, and a patron of the Cape Fear Regional Theater. He is a former co-chairman of the Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Basketball Tournament.
Martin is director of Dacron global operations for DuPont. He is a former manager of the DuPont plant in Kinston. He is a graduate of Johnson C. Smith University and holds a master's degree from the University of Virginia.
He is a member of the ECU Board of Visitors and was named an honorary alumnus of the university this month.
Williamson, the chief operating officer of Southern National Corp. and BB&T, holds bachelor's and master's degrees from ECU. He is a board member of the ECU Foundation and the ECU Medical Foundation.
He was co-chairman of Shared Visions, the ECU capital campaign that raised more than $50 million for the university.
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