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that

position.

However

the

succession

of

fun

and

excitement

that

is experienced in Angell Hall has not nor ever will be broken.

Coate Hall In 1966 yet another dormitory evolved at the University. Coate Hall, named for one time English Department Head David

Coate, was built to house 370 men (Quarberg, 1986). The first housemother in Coate was Mrs. Helen Buschman. She enjoyed the opportunity to be the original housemother in

the her

new building.

She

transfer

to

Wilder

remained in 1969.

in the housemother role Her successor in Coate

until was

Doris Baures who in Coate through

had the

previously been in Laux.

Mrs. Baures stayed

1971-1972

school

year

(Buschman,

1987).

In 1972, Jim McIntyre assumed the head resident position.

He vivaciously held that role for four years.

In 1976, Bob

Massey school

succeeded Jim.

year.

Both

of

the

hall

during

their

He remained through the 1978-1979 these men made lasting contributions respective terms (Koehler, 1986).

to

In 1979, David Dorman came aboard as the fifth hall

director service.

of Coate.

He resigned after three years

The

following

year

Dan

Schaefer

entered

of diligent the hall

director

ranks.

He

accepted

another

position

after

the

Fall

Semester of 1983 and was replaced by his assistant, Cindy

Zomcheck (Kurinsky, 1986).

During the 1984-1985 school year, Mike Lambrecht took

over

the

illustrious

helm.

The

next

year,

Anne

Wolfe

became

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