Alumni News – Fall 2016
“The Hon” Francis Inge ’50 entered Mystic Circle on January 27, 2015, as a resident of Mobile, Ala. He served as a missionary to the Athabascan Indians on the Yukon River in the Missionary District of Alaska from 1956-59 and was an ordained priest at St. James’ Episcopal Church in Tanana, Alaska. Coleman also served as vicar of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Irvington, started St. Francis Mission in Dauphin Island, and founded Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, a mission church of St. Luke’s. He enjoyed his family, friends, sailing, classical music, reading, traveling, and playing with his dogs. Coleman is survived by his wife, Jean; son, Coleman Jr.; daughter, Mildred; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.
S.O. Irvine ’65 reports that all is well and lives in Daphne, Ala., with his wife, Anne. He has an e-mail group for a few DKE classes around ’65. If you are interested in joining, e-mail Starke at email@example.com.
John Mostellar ’66 shares that his grandson, Mac Mostellar, pledged Psi Chapter this fall. John and his wife, Joy, live in Mobile, Ala. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
David Wood ’89 married Alexandra Terry on June 14, 2014. They live in Mobile, Ala., and welcomed triplets in October. E-mail: email@example.com
Joseph Dennis ’05 is saddened to see that Randy Clark ’61 passed away. “At the final (special) Undertaker’s Ball in 2006, celebrating the death of the old Mansion on the Hill, I noticed a jolly man who was having the time of his life. I took a picture with him and, during an entertaining conversation with him, someone walked up and advised me that Mr. Clark’s first departure from this mortal coil was at the inaugural Undertaker’s Ball. I was thrilled we got the picture because I was the final deceased at the Old DKE House in 2005—he was the first and I was the last at that legendary Mansion.” E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org