Roberta Coleen Clines
October 18, 1927 – March 5, 2021
Coleen Mahoney Clines, 93, of Greencastle, passed away on Friday, March 5, 2021.
Born on October 18, 1927 in Greencastle, she was the daughter of Robert Donald and Pearl (Allee) Mahoney. She was a graduate of Greencastle High School “Class of 1945”.
On October 22, 1949 she married Robert E. Clines and to this union was born a son, Dallas R. Clines. Robert passed away in 2003. Coleen and Robert celebrated their 50th Anniversary in 1999, she was so happy, as they were the only ones in her family to accomplish this milestone.
Coleen worked in the office at Farm Bureau Co-op before going to DePauw University, where she worked for 15 years in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. She had also worked in several other offices at DePauw, helping out when they needed extra help.
She liked to be around people. Coleen bowled for several years and also with her husband in doubles.
Coleen is survived by her son, Dallas, his wife Wanda; grandchildren, Jennifer Hites, husband Mike, Chris Clines, & Elizabeth Clines, companion Wayne Raphael; two great grandchildren, Courtney & Zachary; and two great great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband; parents; a sister, Eileen Ridgway; and a half sister, Nancy McVay.
A private family service will be held at a later date. Bittles and Hurt Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.
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Roberta Coleen Clines
March 17, 2021
My deepest condolences to the family. I worked at the apartment building she lived in and done alot for her. I will cherish the talks and memories we shared. Another angel earned her wings. Fly high sweet lady and you will be so very much missed.
Much love, Dianna 😢❤
March 14, 2021
Coleen was a wonderful colleague during her years at DePauw’s mathematics department, and a joyful person to be around. She was of great help to me on many occasions. It was fun to see her around town after we both retired. Jack Morrill