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Alice Haas Coats Obituary

Alice Haas Dannenbaum converted from Judaism to Christian Science in the early 1910s, having been introduced to the religion from her husband's aunt, Reine Loupe Haas. After her divorce from Arthur Dannenbaum in 1926, she met and married Curtis LeRoy Coats. The two met as Readers in their church in San Mateo.

New Orleans Times-Picayune, Thu 20 Jun 1963, p. 5:



Orleanian Was Christian Science Practitioner


Private funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Alice Haas Coats, widow of the late Curtis LeRoy Coats, at the House of Bultman, 3338 St. Charles, with Mr. Richard Davis, Christian Science practitioner, in charge.  Interment was in Metairie Cemetery.


Mrs. Coats, a native of Haasville and a resident of New Orleans for the past 33 years died Tuesday at 4:55 p.m. at her residence, 7626 Willow.


A member of a prominent Louisiana family, Mrs. Coats was the daughter of the late Hannah Pokorny and Col. A.M. Haas.  Prior to his death in November 1962, her late husband was a Christian Science practitioner and director of publications for the Church of Christ, Scientist.


Mrs. Coats herself was a Christian Science Practitioner for more than 40 years, and served also on the Prison League Board.


She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Ralph P. Levey, Mrs. Harold A. Levey Sr. and Mrs. Richard B. Davis; five grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren, all of New Orleans.


She was the sister of the late Mrs. Nannie Haas Pokorny, Mrs. Maccie Haas Strouse, Dr. W.D. Haas and Dr. A.M. Haas.

Owner/SourceNew Orleans Times-Picayune
Date20 Jun 1963
Linked toAlice Rosalind HAAS

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