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David Ray Coley
Submitted by: John Coley

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David Ray Coley
May 23, 1954 - March 1, 2006

David Ray Coley was born to John and Delores (Queen) Coley on May 23, 1954 at Tulsa, OK. He departed this life on March 1, 2006 at the age of 51 years.

Mr. Coley moved to Norman, OK with his family as a child and attended school at Norman, OK. He was employed with the Oklahoma State Department of Corrections as a Correctional Officer at the Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center at Vinita, OK. since 1993, after moving from Lexington, OK. He enjoyed fishing and woodworking.

He is survived by his parents; John and Delores Coley of Lexington, OK., his wife Cheryl of the home, son; Robert Coley of the home, daughter Sherri Coley of Norman, OK., brothers; Johnny Coley and his wife Charolett of Mustang, OK., and Richard Coley and his wife Sherry of Norman, OK., and nephews: Jonathan, Joshua, Dustin, Robert and other relatives and friends.

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