Philip Brooks Lovett Fund for St. Paul’s United Methodist Church
Born in Danville in 1916, Philip Brooks Lovett graduated at the top of his class at Danville High in 1934 and continued his education at Penn State, where he received both his undergraduate and master’s degrees before joined the teaching staff as a professor of mechanical engineering. In 1948, he married Mary Frances Cannard, whom he had known all of his life. They were married almost 60 years before her passing in 2006. Lovett was actively involved with St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in State College, as well as seven Masonic organizations. He enjoyed photography, traveling, birding, gardening, and collecting clocks, stamps, and antiques. The Philip Brooks Lovett Fund for St. Paul's United Methodist Church will be divided in half between supporting programs and supporting building fund purposes.
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