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ATHENS (MNS) - A
University of Georgia phar
macy professor took a UGA
sponsored test preparation
course too far, according to
the national organization
that certifies whether phar
macy students know enough
to become practicing phar
The group, the National
Association of Boards of
Pharmacy, has now ceased
giving the test until further
notice, preventing pharmacy
school graduates from tak
ing the licensing exam.
In a federal lawsuit, the
group says UGA clinical
pharmacy professor and for
mer Assistant Dean Flynn
Warren Jr. systematically
gathered questions from
the exam, then shared them
with graduating pharmacy
students at UGA and other
pharmacy schools before
they took the tests.
That amounts to copyright
infringement, according to
the pharmacy group.
The group also alleges
misappropriation of trade
secrets and contract viola
tion by Warren.
The pharmacy group’s con
tract violation claim stems
from a 1995 agreement
after the national pharmacy
board rr\ade similar allega
tions against Warren. In
the agreement, Warren and
UGA agreed to stop using
questions from the licensing
exam, according to the docu
ments the pharmacy group
An examination this
month of Warren’s UGA and
home computers revealed
hundreds of the test ques
tions, according to docu
ments the pharmacy group
filed in U.S. Middle District
Court in Athens.
Federal marshals seized
the computer materials from
Warren’s UGA and home
offices days after NABP filed
suit Aug. 3.
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EVA ERNELL HUNTER RINER
WARNER ROBINS - Eva Ernell Hunter Riner ended
her life journey Wednesday, August 29, 2007, while
visiting her beloved sisters in Louisiana. She was a
retired telephone operator at Robins Air Force Base.
She is preceded in passing by her loving husband,
Thomas W Riner, Sr., a devoted son, Kenneth Lee Riner,
her brothers, Elmer, Elton, and Edward Hunter; and
her parents Webb and Minnie (Youngblood) Hunter.
Eva will be lovingly remembered by her son and daugh
ter-in-law, Thomas W. Riner, Jr. and Deborah Jacobs
Riner, of Brunswick; sisters, Jean Mills and Elaine
Bogues, of Haynesville, La., and Florence Johnson,
of Shreveport, La.; her companion, Joe Thibodeau of
Warner Robins, as well as several sisters-in-law, broth
ers-in-law, nieces, nephews, and most wonderful friends.
A service to celebrate Eva’s Life and honor her transi
tion will be held Sunday September 2, 2007 at 5:00 p.m.
in the Chapel of Heritage Memorial Funeral Home, Carl
Vinson Pkwy., Warner Robins, GA. Long time friend Fred
E. Wages of Brunswick will present the remembrance.
Family visitation will be Sunday September 2, 2007 from
2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Heritage Memorial Funeral Home.
Burial will be private at Parkway Memorial
Gardens, Carl Vinson Pkwy, Warner Robins, GA.
To help the family carry on Eva’s courageous battle with
cancer, they ask in lieu of floral sentiments, charitable dona
tions would be appreciated to The American Cancer Society,
3011 Hampton Ave., Suite 361, Brunswick, GA 31520 or
Perry Church of Christ, Highway 41-N, Perry, GA 31069.
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NOAH BLAKE FORBUS
WARNER ROBINS - Noah Blake Forbus, 12, passed
away Tuesday. Family members include his parents, a sis
ter and grandparents. His grandmother preceded him in
death. Services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Southside
Baptist Church in Warner Robins. Graveside services will
be held Sunday in Evergreen Cemetery in Sylacauga, Ala.,
at 3 p.m.
CONNETTE ROBINSON GAYLE
PERRY - Connette Robinson Gayle, age 86, passed away
Friday, August 24, 2007 at Emory University Hospital in
Atlanta. Memorial Services were held on Sunday, August
26, 2007 at 3:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Perry.
Mrs. Gayle was the daughter of the
late Theodore Curry and Elizabeth %
Lyne-Robinson. Born in Nicholasville,
Kentucky, she received nurses train- |
ing at John Hopkins Hospital during
World War II and later graduated from
University of Kentucky. She attended
Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri
for a while, moved with her husband,
Joe Gayle, Sr., to Malatchie Farms outside Perry in 1953, then
to "town" in 1960. Having worked for the Houston County
Department of Family and Children Services for many years,
she retired in 1983 to do what she loved most - spend time
with her family. She loved antiques and antiquing, and was
a founding member of the Perry Historical Society. Mrs.
Gayle was a member of First Baptist Church of Perry, the
Jewel Teresi Sunday School Class, and the Delphian Club.
Survivors include her husband, Joe Atkerson Gayle, Sr.,
of Perry; children Joe Atkerson Gayle, Jr. (Sylvia) of
Atlanta, Currey Hubbard Gayle (Pat) of Marietta, Debbie
Gayle Davis (Isaac) of Perry, Dr. Richard Robinson Gayle
(Melissa) of Augusta; a sister, Lyne-Holcomb of Troy, Ohio;
grandchildren, Joe Atkerson Gayle, 111 (Kim), Theodore
Barnhart Gayle (Liz), Jennie Douglas (Michael), Currey
Robinson Gayle (Kasey), Heather Birchfield (Mike), Chuck
Davis, Christine Anderson (Frank), and Connette Blake
(Nick); great-grandchildren, James Currey Douglas, Lynly
Grace Gayle, Henry Anderson,Frank Anderson, Zion Davis,
Elizabeth Birchfield, and M. J. Birchfield. She was pre
ceded in death by her sister, Elizabeth Currey Robb.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations
to Heart of Georgia Hospice, 103 Westridge Drive,
Warner Robins, GA or the donor's favorite charity.
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