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Bernice Clara McClintock

Sherman Democrat
4 July 1990
pg.A10

Gunter - Bernice Clara "Sister Mac" McClintock, 81-year-old retired librarian of Gunter, formerly of Abilene, died Monday at North Texas Medical Center in McKinney.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. today in Flesher Funderal Home Chapel in Van Alstyne. Les Gleaves of the Water View Church of Christ in Richardson will officiate.  Burial will be in Van Alstyne Cemetery.
Mrs. McClintock was born in Eudora, Kan., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schmidt.  She graduated from Vinland, Kan. High School in 1927.  She did post-graduate work at Vinland High School, then taught at the Welcome School District in Douglas County, Kan.
She was employed for three years as a clerk-typist at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, where she made reports of the oil and gas developments in Kansas for the Kansas Geological Survey.
Mrs. McClintock was a longtime employee of Abilene Christian University.  She began at ACU in 1950 as supervisor of the circulation department in the Brown Library.  In 1974, she received the Award of Merit from the library staff, retiring in 1977.  She was a member of the church of Christ.
Surviving are her daughters, Maxine Hunt of Spring and Jane Colby of Richardson; brother, Warren Schmidt of Vinland, Kan.; sister, Mildred Nichols of Vinland, Kan.; and three grandchildren.

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