John Allen Lovelace

John Allen Lovelace (’52), Dallas. He was a writer and editor for several newspapers in Sherman, Tyler and Madison, Wisconsin and, after receiving a master’s degree in religions journalism from Syracuse University, worked for several religious publishers in Texas and Illinois. He also taught at Oklahoma Baptist University. While at North Texas, he was editor of the 1951 Yucca, a tenor in the A Cappella Choir and a member of the Wesley Foundation, Phi Alpha Tau and Phi Mu Alpha. He is survived by his wife, Mary Ellen Reynolds Lovelace (’52), and preceded in death by his parents, William True Lovelace (’38) and Cleo Wayne Crandall Lovelace (’37).

John Allen Lovelace (’52), Dallas. He was a writer and editor for several newspapers in Sherman, Tyler and Madison, Wisconsin and, after receiving a master’s degree in religions journalism from Syracuse University, worked for several religious publishers in Texas and Illinois. He also taught at Oklahoma Baptist University. While at North Texas, he was editor of the 1951 Yucca, a tenor in the A Cappella Choir and a member of the Wesley Foundation, Phi Alpha Tau and Phi Mu Alpha. He is survived by his wife, Mary Ellen Reynolds Lovelace (’52), and preceded in death by his parents, William True Lovelace (’38) and Cleo Wayne Crandall Lovelace (’37).