Annie C. Brooks BS ’47, July 5, 2017, age 90. After graduating from Lewis & Clark, Brooks earned a master’s degree in Christian education from San Francisco Theological Seminary. There she met J. Bruce Coleman, whom she later married. Brooks worked as a preschool teacher and volunteered for charities. She enjoyed nature, traveling, gardening, and singing in her church choir. Survivors include her three daughters, Kathleen, Janet, and Joella; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Class of 1947
Ann Coleman BS ’47, July 5, 2017, age 90.
Dorothy Kirkwood Mooney BA ’47, September 3, 2016, age 90. She was a lifelong lover of music and an accomplished pianist and music teacher. In 1953, Dorothy graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary. She went on to serve as the first woman instructor on the faculty there. Soon, Dorothy met Ed Mooney, a young seminarian, over a game of Scrabble, and they were married in 1956. She remained heavily involved in the church; worked as a piano teacher for 54 years; and was involved in a number of community clubs and volunteer groups. Survivors include her husband of 60 years; three sons, Paul, Philip, and Stephen; and five grandchildren.