Mildred Ellen Sullivan Lacour

March 2, 1916, Lincoln, Nebraska.

April 15, 2016, probably in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Mildred was the daughter of James Sullivan, and wife of Lawrence Lacour. She was educated at St. Elizabeth College; John Fletcher College, University Park, Iowa; Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois; and the Juilliard School in New York City. She studied harp and received two degrees from these schools.

In the 1950s, Mildred and her husband spent several years in Japan, performing in 190 concerts and helping establish 21 churches. In 980s they were at Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, Oklahoma, where Mildred was Director of Graduate Community Life. They subsequently moved to Bartlesville, Oklahoma, where her husband was a senior pastor, and where Mildred retired.

In her later years, Mildred moved to Colorado Springs, where she was a member of the Symphony Orchestra and Summer Opera. She spent over six decades in ministry.

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