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Christine Roberta Coffman, American secretary.

Background

Coffman, Christine Roberta was born on September 14, 1914 in Bradford, Arkansas, United States. Daughter of John Franklin and Martha Vannetta (Eubank) Coffman.

Education

Associate of Arts, Center Baptist College, Conway, Arkansas, 1933. Bachelor of Science, University Center Arkansas, 1935. Postgraduate, University Arkansas, Fayetteville, 1939.

Career

Elementary teacher, Washington School, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 1935-1937; elementary teacher, Cleveland Avenue School, Camden, Arkansas, 1937-1942; teller, First Commercial (formerly Commercial National Bank), Little Rock, 1942-1944; stenographer, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Little Rock, 1944-1954; secretary to assistant agent in charge for Arkansas, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Little Rock, 1954-1969; secretary to special agent in charge for Arkansas, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1969-1988.

Membership

Formerly active membership drives Community Concern Association, Little Rock. Former president Arkansas Baptist Business Women. Past president Pulaski County Federation Baptist Women, also other offices.

Member Baptist Women, Immanuel Baptist Church. Former Sunday school teacher Baptist Church, Camden and Little Rock. Teacher conversational English, Friendship International, since 1988.

Member American Association of University Women, American Association Retired Persons, Arkansas Art Center, Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.) (president, other offices), Little Rock Musicale Coterie, Little Rock Department Club.

Connections

father:
John Franklin Coffman

mother:
Martha Vannetta (Eubank) Coffman