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We all admire those people who dedicate their lives to something
greater than themselves. People have called such individuals heroes,
saints, and loved ones. They are honored for their dedication, revered for
their selflessness, and marveled for their passion. Such people are rare as
is their passion. Selflessness, dedication and passion were not rare in the
life of Charlie Hendricks.
Many of us here at Guilford recognize the name Hendricks, but not
everyone knows much about the man behind the name. This year Charlie
C. Hendricks, the man whom many say was the heart of Guilford College,
was sadly lost. In the last couple of years, not many people were able to
see him due to his declining health. I had the pleasure to meet him once,
he was a wonderful man who I would have loved to talk with more. The
best way to understand Charles Clifford Hendricks, or Charlie as he was
better known, is to hear a little about his life and how others saw him.
Charlie was born in 1918 and grew up in Archdale, North Carolina in a
Quaker community. His family lived on and worked the fields of a farm,
however five out of the eight children in his family went off to college,
including Charlie who attended Guilford College. Charlie and his brother
Richard came here together in the fall of 1936. He remained in school until
1940 when he went back home to help on the farm and work with the
Civilian Public Service. In 1949, Charlie was finally able to come back and
complete his degree.
After officially becoming an alumnus, he stayed, and worked in various
places and departments all over campus. From the manager of the soda
shop to the college's first Director of Admissions, Charlie always enjoyed
being around the students. He was so friendly and trusting of the
students that he would lend out his car (filled with gas) and even money.
He was the person on campus that everyone knew they could trust or ask
For over sixty years, Charlie Hendricks had touched everyone in every
department at Guilford. He was not just a student or a staff member, but a
person that through his passion, selflessness, and dedication represented
everything that Guilford College was and still is. His memory will live on in
our hearts as the man who was the persona of Guilford College. Charlie
will surely be missed.
"I am the fifth of five presidents of (_juilford (_.olle^e
for whom (__hanie riendricks has worlced. ~[~here have
been eight in total so that is quite an accomplishment.
Mis presence and contributions over many uears were
among the earliest things | learned upon arriving on
campus. 1 he expression 'been there, done that' applies
to (_,harlie more then anyone else I've everknown in
higher education. |n fact, when L-^on and [j)ntta
McN^mar hosted me for breakfast upon mu
appointment, the onlu other person at the table was
harlieâ€” a true right of passage for new presidents."
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"I met Charlie soon after arriving at Guilford in 1975. 1 shared a thanksgiving dinner with him and his
neighbor, Ed Burrows, my sophmore year. I nearly always found an excuse to drop by Charlie's house
around dinnertime every night. A couple of years later he gave me a T-shirt for Christmas that had the
words 'Hey Charlie" on the front and 'What's for dinner?' on the back."
~ Peter Reichard '80
"When I first arrived on the Guilford campus in
September of 1949, one of the first people I met
was Charlie Hendricks. You knew right away that
he was the manager of the soda shop, which was the
social meeting place. Charlie warmly welcomed new
students to campus. Since it was necessary that I
worked while in college to help defray expenses,
Charlie provided me with a job working in the
dinning room. I think we were paid 40 cents an
hour. Charlie was always willing to help 'his boys.'
He would loan them money, his car (filled with gas),
anything. He was the only person on campus that
everyone knew would befriend anyone."
~ Bill Yates '53
"I remember the first time I saw Charlie. I was worl<ing the phones of a telethon trying to drum up some interest in
the choir tour later that spring. There was Charlie talking up a storm, he just seemed to know everyone. He spoke
so loud and everyone he called was his best friend. Then he would begin laughing at some inside joke from fourty
years ago, I imagine. How odd, this old man sitting in a room full of college kids, what a curiosity, a relic from a
bygone era. As I got to know Charlie better and better over the years, I often thought back on that first meeting
and had to laugh to myself. Yes, Charlie is a precious antique, but he is never out of place at Guilford. He was
right at home there in the telethon, because Charlie has always been active in every aspect of the school.
During the choir trip, Charlie and I got acquainted... I told Charlie I would not be able to return to Guilford because
my father had lost his job, and Guilford was to expensive. That was when 'Mr. Guilford College' rolled into action.
He asked me a simple question, 'if you could afford Guilford, would you stay?' 'Of course,' I replied. That was all
Charlie needed to hear and he set things into action.
Ed Lowe, the music director, told me that I qualified for a Choir Scholarship and would be receiving additional
funds the following year. Charlie then asked if I would consider living with him at his house just off of campus. I
said I would, but there was a new dean of student life that was strict with the rules. One of the toughest mandates
that particular year was that off-campus housing was reserved strictly for upperclassmen and that freshman and
sophomores were not eligible. I put my request in to move off-campus and was denied immediately. I let Charlie
know, as he seemed to know a few people in high places. At the time I was rather naive and didn't fully
understand Charlie's influence and position as 'Mr. Guilford College.'
Early into the summer I received a telephone call form a very angry administrator. He reluctantly allowed me to
move off campus to live with Charlie. He said he didn't know how I did it, but even the President's wife, Beverly
Rogers, called to request I be allowed to live with Charlie. He ended the call with. Til allow this one, but I'll be
watching you.' I am not sure where he is today, but I know Charlie is still at Guilford. I'll wager he gets his way too.
If were not for Charlie, I would not have been able to remain at Guilford."
- Jeff Kloss '92
All information from Ask Charlie by Robin McWilliams
Chapel Hill Press, Cfiapel Hill NO 2003
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The Guilford Tree 18804992
Just days before new students arrived for the Fall Semester,
tfie Guilford College Oak toppled to its side. Tfie enormous
corpse was fiard to miss, spread out as it was next to New
Although nooneactually witnessed its fall, groundskeeper
Barbara hiill was the last to see it in an upright position.
Shortly after mowing under The Oak at 7:45 a.m. on August
1 7th, she glanced back to see that it had follen, crushing a
picnic table under its weight.
The memorial seivice held a week later was one of
Guilford's most publicized events of the year. The Oak was
remember for its prominence and impressive size, and
honored for its service as the college logo and symbol since
the early 1 980's when President Bill Rogers sketched it in its
taken from a Guilfordian article by Ami
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2004 Guilford College Football Team
Front Row (L to R): Ben Massey Christian Adams, Luke Bellman, Marcus Ballard Kyle Becher Delvin Newkirk, Chase Waterhouse Aaron Tull, Wess Kid, Carlos
DAgostino, Mark Davis, Jeff Frisby
Second Row; TJ Journigan. Josfi Smitfi. Aaron Varnam. Ian Kirwan, Corey Hasse. Chns Jones, Matt Andrews, Taylor Baker Jon Matttiews, Darnus Rictimond,
Desmond Jordan. Alex Davis, Terrell Pollock
Tfiird Row: Chns Gammon. Kyle Kiser. Travis Frazier. Enc Del Rio. John Wallauer. Charlie Stroup, Ray Welborn, Eric Smallwood, Kelby Brooks, Cole Long, Scottie
Byrd, Clarence Graham, Micah Rushing, Troy Simmons.
Fourth Row: Ryam Wilson, Troy Smith. Chns Cam, Andrew Ruggles. Chad Joyner. JOrdan Townsend, Josh Sutton, Jason Turner, Brad Dvais, Jonathan Ayres,
T J Beroth, Lucas Bruff. (s/lichael Perkins. Zach Cranford, Joe Battaglia
Fifth Row: Nate Hummel. Shaun, Norman, Dock Ragland, Bryan Cook, Vance Blackwel. Trey Funderburk. Chns Barnette. Andre Bnmmage. Anthony Craft, John
Graham. Brad Fortier. Brandon Lindsey. Joe Joyner, Ricky Boykin.
Back Row: Student Trainer Kieth Paul, Student Trainer Andrew Nida, Asst. Coach Charlie Griffen, Asst. Coach Garrick Vogt, Asst. Coach Tommy Greyson, Head
Coach Mike Ketchum, Asst. Coach Shanard Smith, Asst. Coach J.J.Edwards, Student Asst. Coach Mike Harris, Asst. Trainer Liz Dornbos, Asst. Trainer Shannon
2004 Guilford College Men's Soccer
Front Row (L to R): Neil Meguid, Clarke Seniff , Mike McCaffrey, Walker Noel, Noah McKonan, Danny Stewart, Thiomas Sangster, Greg
Middle Row: Colin Harnlsh, kellen Scfiollaert, Darrlel Cannon, Andrew Allison, Zane Campbell, Matt McCall, Bret Ralls, Matt FeracI,
Back Row: Asst. Coacfi Tim Imafidon, Asst. Coachi Johin Hatchett, Zach Helms, Lenny Niedoslk, Steffen Schollaert, Andres Miranda,
Greg HInkle, Head Coacfi Liam Behrens.
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2004 Guilford College Women's Soccer
Front Row (L to R): Meghan Bowers, Mickl Boulineau, Trina Scurka, Veronica Zych, Kimberly Mullen. Morgan Jones, Emilie Grant.
Middle Row: Dianna Newman, Caryn Stone, Jennah Carter, Emmalee Morris, Danielle Bnsotti, Ashley Imgrund, Alissa VanZee-
Phillips, Jennifer Mundy.
Back Row: Head Coach Eric Lewis, Heather Ruggiero, Sarah Rohan, Sarah Lanzi, Chelsea Glover, Ennily Ott, Asst. Coach Emily
Not Pictured: Rachel Gwin, Amber Hoppe
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2004 Guilford College Cross Country Team
Front Row (L to R): Avoilan Bingham, Matt Haselton, Brett McDonoughi, Jeremy Bante, Joe Horvath, Bo White.
Back Row: Keri Stodolski, Sarah Meyer, Johanna Naradzay, Head Coach Scott Smith, Kendra Potter, Stephanie Boczenowsl<i,
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2004 Guilford College Volleyball Team
Front Row (L to R): Head Coach Glenda Dillinger, Kaira Wagoner, Kendra Harvey, Rhonda Rogers, Jessica Chapman, Stacy
Back Row: Nancy Meador, Leah McKinney, Many Myers, Mackenzie Parsio, Asst. Coach Jamie Kutz.
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2004 Guilford College Women's BasketballTeam
Front Row: Kendra Potter, Dionne Graham, Lauren Blue, Courtney Hill, Rebecca Marshall, Jennifer King, Shannon
Back Row: Assistant Coach Scott Smith, Noelle Sanders, Hilary Henderson, Brittiany Green, Caryn Washington,
Katie Spina, Lizzie Wilson, Head Coach Stephanie Flamini.
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2004 Guilford College Men's Basketball
Front Row (L to R): Kevin Smith, Jordan Snipes, Ketty Atkinson, Caleb Kimbrough, Nick Pendergraft, Ashford Gray, Truitt
Miller, Thomas Burge, Ray Edmond, Jordan Coston, Jeremy McGhee.
Back Row: Asst. Coach Williams Fickes, Asst. Coach Josh Connor, Ryan Kitaif, Eric Belkoski, Robby Poteat, Genaro
Lawhorn, Stephen Gillette, Ben Strong, Jamel Taylor, Patrick Stephenson, Andy Sharpe, Brad Smith, Kevin Storus, Head
Coach Tom Palombo.
Not Pictured: Jarrett Peake
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2004 Guilford College Women's Swimming Team
Top Row: Mallory Malkin (manager), Amanda Oehlert, Leise Gergely, Emmalee Morris, Genny Uhl, Annie Irving,
Genevieve Holmes, Melissa Narro. Head Coach Steve Kackmarek.
Bottom Row: Robin Judge, Caroline Hill, Ashley Kangarloo, Lauren Demarest, Kris Hohn, Katie Talbot, Nikki
Mallmann, Elena Soliz.
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2005 Women's Lacrosse Team
Front Row (Lto R): Billie Pellerito, Devorah Lift, Susie King, Johanna Breed, Caryn Stone, Jess Simmons, IVIoria Foley, Mary
Back Row: Asst. Coch Cayla Veach. Jennifer Maynard, Katie Gilligan, Emily Mayer, Caryn Washington, Jordan Clodfelter, Kelly
Gonzalez, Head Coach Matthew Grosso.
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2005 Guilford College Men's Lacrosse Team
Front Row (Lto R): Colin Davis, Gary Beste, Jr., F.J. lentile, Chris Hayes, Carl Farlow, Andrew Vigne, Preston Gilbert, Ian MacPhail,
Todd Bocheneck, Manny Sargeant.
Middle Row: Marcus Rowe, Aaron Tull, Alex Penny, Bnan Burt, Bryan Borchard, Matt Del Olmo, Tyler Harrison, Ed Massello, Tucker
Jacobs, Andrew Bond, Peter Robinson.
Back Row: Asst. Coactn Jake DeCola, Andrew Allison (mgr.), Doug McConnell, Matt Wagner, Jonathen Jenkins, Carl Simon, Brian
Cosgray, Drew Witt. Dann Orr, Interim Head Coach Andy Rowe
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2005 Guilford College Softball Team
Front Row (L to R): Rebecca Marshall, Caria Cain, Cara Pattillo, Hawi Hall, Jennifer Evans, Jennifer Franklin,
Clara Locklear, Christi Dunnigan.
Back Row: Head Coach Ty Cook, Frenchy Kitchen, Ashley Cooke, Zenovia Hogue, Kendra Harvey, Rhonda
Rogers, Jennifer King, Asst. Coach Lindsay Nemenz.
2004 Guilford College Football Team
Front Row (L to R): Ben MdSsey, Cliiibtian Adams. Luke Bellman, Marcus BallarcJ, Kyle Becher. Delvin Newkirk, Chase vValeinuUsc Aai^n Tun VVcSS KiO, CariOs
D'Agostino, Mark Davis, Jeff Frisby
Second Row: T.J Journigan, Josh Smith, Aaron Varnam, Ian Kirwan, Corey Hasse, Chns Jones, Matt Andrews, Taylor Baker, Jon Matthews, Darnus Richmond,
Desmond Jordan, Alex Davis, Terrell Pollock-
Third Row: Chris Gammon, Kyle Kiser, Travis Frazier. Eric Del Rio, John Wallauer, Charlie Stroup, Ray Welborn, Enc Smallwood, Kelby Brooks, Cole Long, Scottie
Byrd, Clarence Graham, Micah Rushing, Troy Simmons.
Fourth Row: Ryam Wilson, Troy Smith. Chns Cam. Andrew Ruggles. Chad Joyner, JOrdan Townsend. Josh Sutton. Jason Turner, Brad Dvais, Jonathan Ayres,
TJ Beroth, Lucas Bruff. Michael Perkins. Zach Cranford, Joe Battaglia.
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2005 Guilford Women's Tennis Team
(Left to Right): Head Coach Jenn Wolos, Sara Farrington, Anne Landay, Bridget Boyd, Joan Kietzman, Krystal
Parrish, Caitlin Mayton, Songan Nguyen.
2005 Guilford College Men's Tennis Team
(Left to Right): Jose Aguero, Cheyenne Space, Jose Ortiz, Mike Muir, Will Foppert, Bobby lordanov, Ryo Kawai,
Not Pictured: Head Coach William Fickes
2005 Guilford College Men's Golf Team
Front Row (L to R): Chris Lowman, Earlie Gillie, Spencer Witherspoon, Brant Stovall, Blake Wanger, Matt Tipton.
Back Row: Steve Walton, Daniel Day, Colin Clark, Jeff Osberg, Dave Patterson, Head Coach Jack Jensen.
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The German Club
Hosted a 2 week long
visit from two of the
teachers that run the
Munich program for
Guilford. Leo Brux and
came in from Munich
and spent the time
going to German
classes and giving
talks to the students
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allowed the student
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more about the culture
and views from
Germany while getting
to know the teachers
of our program better.
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came to and end with a
party to say a propper
goodbye to these two
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