John Stackhouse, 100, who spent a long career in the electricity business, and saw more than his fair share of serious burns speaks with a reporter at the Siena Hotel in Chapel Hill. He helped found the burn center at UNC-CH in the 1970s. He is still an active supporter of the constantly evolving center.
John Stackhouse, 100, who spent a long career in the electricity business, and saw more than his fair share of serious burns speaks with a reporter at the Siena Hotel in Chapel Hill. He helped found the burn center at UNC-CH in the 1970s. He is still an active supporter of the constantly evolving center. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
John Stackhouse, 100, who spent a long career in the electricity business, and saw more than his fair share of serious burns speaks with a reporter at the Siena Hotel in Chapel Hill. He helped found the burn center at UNC-CH in the 1970s. He is still an active supporter of the constantly evolving center. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

Tar Heel of the Week: John Stackhouse was the force behind the NC Jaycee Burn Center

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