225 years of Tar Heels: Peaches Golding
Mon Oct 8, 2018
How does a person who studied biology at UNC get appointed lord-lieutenant of Bristol in England? Just ask 1976 Carolina graduate Lois Patricia “Peaches” Hauser Golding, who began that position in 2017. As lord-lieutenant, Golding is Queen Elizabeth II’s representative in the city and county of Bristol, where Golding lives. Golding was raised in Winston-Salem, N.C.
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