Bruce Elliston was the first faculty member at Mountain Area Health Education Center in Asheville, a center that has helped train countless health professionals in the mountains.
Rosalind "Roz" A. Marlowe, known as the food co-op "medicine women," treated her customers with equal doses of herbal remedies and love.
Lord served in the U.S. Army Air Corps in World War II, then in logistics for a P-38 squadron before marrying and returning to Asheville and the family business.
Wright was a master baker, Lion's Club president, bible class teacher and a darn good professional boxer.
Barbara Keleher, the first woman elected to Asheville City Council, died Jan. 13. She was 93. Keleher was elected to City Council in 1969. She was known for her community involvement, especially with the Asheville ...
Former Asheville Citizen-Times reporter Paul Clark has launched a new blog, Died and Yet…, that tracks obituaries of interesting people. Fascinating people die every day, some well-known, some not so known. People’s obituaries are ...