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Susie Viola "Vi" (Brady) Coym
Mar 23, 1929 - Feb 26, 2018
Posted by: Ann Weber

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Vi Coym, age 88 of Lexington, passed away Monday, February 26, 2018, at the Stevens County Hospital in Hugoton, Kansas.

Susie Viola Brady was born March 23, 1929 in Plato, Missouri, to William C. and Ethel A. (Pierce) Brady. Known to her friends and family as “Vi”, she was raised in the Plato Community, graduating from school there in 1947. Vi taught school for a short period of time there, before moving to Lexington. On October 26, 1949, Vi married Johnie Coym. They made their home in Lexington, where together they raised three children, son, Mike and daughters Susie and Patti. Vi worked for many years at Griffin Memorial Hospital in Norman. She was later employed at the Lexington Heliport at the time of her retirement. Vi cherished her family and loved spending time with her children and grandchildren. She spent many hours on the lake and she never missed an opportunity to go fishing. Vi was a member of the Eastern Star Lodge in Lexington, prior to moving to Cedar Lake near Hinton, Oklahoma. The past 11 years, Vi lived with and was cared for by her daughter, Patti in Liberal, KS.

She was a woman of great faith and a member of the First Baptist Church in Lexington. Vi will be dearly missed!

She was preceded in death by:
Her husband-Johnie Coym, 
A daughter-Susie Mae Idleman Calvary; 
Two Brothers:  Kenny and Bill Brady;         
Four sisters: Roanna Brady, Dortha Lee Brady, Dora Faye Green, and Lois Pack.          Two nephews: Larry Pack and Terry Pack;         
Great nephew-Todd Pack; 

Vi is survived by:
Her daughter-Patti Noland and husband Steve of Liberal, KS;
Son-Mike Coym and wife Pam of Cleburne, TX;
Sister-Jo Lewis and husband Cliff of Purcell;
One aunt-Margaret Pierce Roberts and husband Thomas Lloyd of Purcell.
Six grandchildren;      
15 great grandchildren and A host of other family and friends.

Funeral Services are scheduled for 2:00 P.M. Friday, March 2, 2018, at the Lexington First Baptist Church.

Burial will follow at the Lexington Cemetery.

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