|Joe William Coffee|
|© Coalgate Record Register|
|date of obituary: 12 Aug 2009|
|Submitted by: Pati Holder|
Funeral services for Joe William Coffee, an Edmond resident, were held Friday, August21, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. at Brown's Funeral Chapel in Coalgate with Rev. Jeremy Sanders officiating. Burial was in Coalgate Cemetery with arrangements under the direction of Brown's Funeral Service of Coalgate.
Mr. Coffee was born August 11, 1943 in Coalgate to Jay Arthur and Ida Graham Coffee and passed away August 17, 2009 in Ft. Sill at the age of 66. He attended Coalgate School, graduating in 1962, and married Maxine Nichols on June 17, 1962 in Coalgate. Mr. Coffee was a construction worker and enjoyed his work, loved to hunt and spending time with his grandchildren.
Survivors include his wife Maxine Coffee of the home in Edmond; son, Anthony William Coffee and wife Linda of Edmond; grandchildren, Kasondra Coffee, Nikkolas Coffee, Steffan Coffee and Isabella Coffee all of Edmond; brothers, Carl Coffee and wife Kathy of Coalgate, Ronald Coffee and wife Sharon of Pauls Valley; sisters, Hazel Leonard of Stafford, KS, Juanita Wilson and husband Jerry of Linden, TX and Wanda Jones of OKC; along with nieces and nephews and numerous other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Edith Brannon.
Casketbearers were Nikkolas Coffee, Steffan Coffee, Kelly Coffee, Tracy Coffee, Roland Martin, and Randy Nelson. Honorary bearers were Carl Coffee, Ronald Coffee, James Nichols, Beecher Nichols and Gilbert Kirkland.
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