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Frank L Ashley High School
Class of 1966



Alan Albright

1948 - 2019

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Alan Albright Obituary

GASTONIA - Stuart Alan Albright, Sr., 71, died after a long, courageous fight with numerous illnesses on November 2, 2019.

Born on August 6, 1948 in LaGrange, Georgia, Alan was the son of Benjamin Phillips Albright Sr. and Loula Callaway Albright. His family moved to Gastonia in 1961. Alan served as Student Body President at Ashley HS while battling cancer. He attended UNC Chapel Hill on a Morehead Scholarship and was elected Student Body President at UNC in 1970. Alan then completed his JD at Duke University while he served as a personal assistant to Governor Terry Sanford in Sanford's term as President of Duke University.
Alan was a long-time Trustee of Gaston College-12 years as Chairman. He was instrumental in supporting new buildings on campus including the Albright Public Safety Building built in memory of his late brother, Dr. Phil Albright. He was a member of First UMC where he served in numerous leadership positions. He was also a NC Heart Association trustee, as well as one of the founding members of Crisis Assistance Ministry in Gastonia.

Alan had a keen interest in public health throughout his life-time health challenges. He was known for a positive attitude during adversity (detailed in his book Nine Lives.) The greatest treasures in his life were his wonderful family and faith community.

In addition to his parents, Alan was preceded in death by his brothers, Rob and Phil Albright.

Survivors include his beloved wife of 49 years, Nancy Wetzell Albright; son and daughter-in-law, Stuart and Jennifer Albright of Durham; son and daughter-in-law Robert and Malissa Albright of Cary; grandchildren, Brett Albright, Cason Albright, John Albright, and Daniel Albright; sister and brother-in-law Jane and Tom Robinson of Durham; sister and brother-in-law Meredith and Steven Shorkey of Charlotte; numerous nieces and nephews and countless friends.

Family and friends of Alan Albright are invited to attend his funeral service at 10:00 AM Saturday November 9, 2019 at First United Methodist Church in Gastonia, with a reception to immediately follow.

The family requests in lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Alan can be sent to the FUMC Building Fund or a charity of your choice.

Condolences may be sent online by visiting

McLean Funeral Directors of Gastonia is serving the Albright family.

Published in Gaston Gazette on Nov. 6, 2019




With sympathy we announce the death of our classmate, Lillian Wood Erhardt, of Raleigh, NC on September 30, 2019.

Lillian Elaine Wood Erhardt


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Lillian Elaine Wood Erhardt Obituary

Lillian Elaine Wood Erhardt


After a brief service of scripture and prayer our beloved Lillian Elaine Wood Erhardt transitioned from this life to a completely spiritual one.

She felt loving connection to her family, her church, her co-workers at Smith Elementary School, her neighbors in Windsor Forest and friends at Brookdale North Raleigh

Her family has chosen to honor her personal request and not have a

formal service.

We remember and celebrate her life, her service, and her love for

everyone she encountered.

We especially appreciate the loving professionals at Rex Hemotology

Oncology Associates (RHOA) and Transitions Life Care Raleigh

Published in The News & Observer on Oct. 5, 2019

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A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ATTENDED OUR 70TH BIRTHDAY PARTY CELEBRATION.  It was great to get together again to see each other and to share memories.  Please stay in touch on our website and offer any comments/suggestions for our next reunion, hopefully our 55th in 2021!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Remember to check our website ( for updates.  If you have enrolled on the website, you can communicate with other classmates who have enrolled. If you have any information on any of the missing classmates on the website’s home page, please email



If you would like to make a donation for future events, we would welcome ANY CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT.  If so, please send your check payable to: Lynn E. Teague, Class of '66, and mail it to: Lynn E. Teague, 1001 Marina Village Drive, Apt. 402, Mount Holly, NC  28120.