Mary Virginia Noah ©Coalgate Record Register Nov 3, 2010 Submitted by: Pati Holder
Graveside services for Mary Virginia Noah were held Friday, October 29, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at Coal Creek Cemetery with Rev. Nathan Scott officiating. Brown's Funeral Service of Coalgate was in charge of arrangements
Mrs. Noah as born September 8, 1940 to Robert David and Ida Washington Noah and passed away October 25, 2010 in Midwest City, OK at the age of 70. She attended and graduated from Atoka High School, was a nurse's aid at a nursing home in Atoka and was affiliated with the Coal Creek Church.
Survivors include two sons, Jeremiah Robison and wife Alice of OKC, and Tim Robison of Arizona; grandchildren, Jeremiah Robison, Jr., Tryna Robison, Michael Robison, Justyn Robison, and Davyd Miller; sister, Lola John of Coalgate, OK; brother, Jones White of Talihina, OK; along with numerous other relatives and dear and loved friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Elizabeth Johnson and Tenny Nelson; brother, Brice Jerry White and stepbrother, Clarence Noah.
Casketbearers were David John, Raymond John, Roland Cooper, Johnny Cooper, Jeremiah Robison, Jr., and David Miller.
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