Mickey Kenneth Coffey © Cheyenne Star, Cheyenne, OK Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Mickey Kenneth Coffey, 61, of Bethany, Missouri, passed away August 1, 1990 in a Kansas City, Kansas Hospital.
Mickey was born December 30, 1928 in Oklahoma.
He was a retired farmer and iron worker.
He married Kathryn Foley on December 29, 1977 in Oklahoma.
He is survived by his wife, Kathryn of the home; three sons, David Coffey of Kansas City, Kansas; John Coffey of the home; Jason Coffey of the home; six daughters, Pat Wright of Elk City, Oklahoma; Betty Tidwell of Kansas City, Kansas; Barbara Alexander of Clarendon, Texas; Holly Crow of Chouteau, Oklahoma; Yvonne Kliner of Kansas City, Kansas; Jennifer Coffey of the home; father and stepmother, O. W. and Gertrude Coffey of Sweetwater, Oklahoma; fifteen grandchildren; one great grandchild; and numerous friends.
Funeral services were held Saturday, August 4, 1990 at 1:00 p.m. in Bethany, Missouri, under the direction of Roberson-Polley Funeral Home.
Burial in Mt. Zion Cemetery, New Hampton, Missouri.
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