Messenger - Vol. 2, No. 1, Page 31
Fall 1992
Wall of Fame adds five alumni

     In a ceremony April 28, five alumni were added to the University of
Delaware Wall of Fame in the Alumni Room of the Perkins Student Center.
Established in 1983 by the Board of Trustees, the Wall of Fame recognizes
alumni achievements in diverse fields, including business, law, education,
the creative  and performing arts, athletics, religion, politics, medicine
and the military.
     Januar D. Bove Jr., Delaware '41, was senior partner of the Wilmington
law firm of Connolly, Bove, Lodge and Hutz. A graduate of Harvard Law, he
was attorney general of the state of Delaware from 1959-1963. He died at
age 71 on Oct. 16, 1991.
     C. Wayne Callaway, Delaware '63, has a private practice in internal
medicine, endocrinology and metabolism and clinical nutrition and is an
associate professor of medicine at George Washington University. He is an
expert adviser on obesity to the National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive
and Kidney Diseases (National Institutes of Health).
     Robert W. Gore, Delaware '59, is president of W.L. Gore and Associates
Inc., high-technology manufacturers of electronic, medical, industrial and
fabrics products. Gore patented a method of insulating electronic cable
when he was an engineering student at the University of Delaware. His
parents, Bill and Vieve Gore, launched the family's business in the
basement of their home, making products based on their son's ideas. He went
on to discover a method of expanding the polymer PTFE, which led to
GORE-TEX products.
     Peyton Blanche Hudson, Delaware '57, an international consultant to
retailers and manufacturers, is an associate professor of textile and
apparel management at North Carolina State University. She wrote the first
U.S. textbook on apparel manufacturing.
     Bruce E. Jarrell, Delaware '69, is chairperson of the department of
surgery at the University of Arizona. Previously, he was professor of
surgery and director of the transplant program at Thomas Jefferson
University Hospital in Philadelphia. He co-authored the book, Surgery, and
holds three patents.
                                   -Aryn Toto, Delaware '93