Lige Henry Coker, Sr.
Jan 20, 1934 - Jan 17, 2002
Submitted by: Sue Hearon
Lige Henry Coker Sr., 67, of Spiro, passed away Thursday, Jan. 17, 2002, in Fort Smith.
He was born Jan. 20, 1934 to Ellie Ellwood and Euthel Leona Winters Coker.
He was a fork lift driver.
Lige was a SN in the US Navy during the Korean Conflict.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Pat Owens and Joyce Darneal; and one brother, Bill Coker.
Survivors include his wife Irene of the home; one daughter, Rhonda Coker of Keota; seven sons, Jimmy Coker, Jerry Coker and Rickey Coker, all of Keota; Danny Coker and Gary Coker, both of Oklahoma City, Bart Coker of Ada and Lige Coker Jr. of Spiro; three sisters, Velta Hunter of Bokoshe, Louise Clark of Arkansas and Gayle Matlock of Keota; two brothers, Loyal Dee Coker of Tulsa and Royal Coker of Fort Smith; three grandchildren, Amanda Coker of Spiro, Brittany Coker of Keota and Travis Coker of Spiro.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 19 at the Bokoshe First Assembly of God with the Rev. C. Lynn Bullard officiating.
Burial will follow in Old Bokoshe Cemetery under the direction of Mallory Funeral Home of Spiro.
Pallbearers will be Kevin Crase, Allan Crase, Mitchel Owens, Jerry Coker, Danny Coker and Jonathan Davis.
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