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Stella L. Coker Sollers
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Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Stella L. Coker Sollers, 79, of Tempe, passed away Monday, December 7, 1987 at Desert Samaritan Hospital.
She was born August 8, 1908 in LaFolett, Tennessee to James and Annie Kathlene Lay Coker.
Mrs. Sollers and her husband, Wylie H. Sollers owned and operated Lariet Lodge form 1952-69. They also owned the Kenwill Apartments from 1965-70.
The couple moved to Tempe in 1969.
Mrs. Sollers was a member of the Gilbert Baptist Church and a member of Carpenters Auxiliary in Prescott.
She is survived by her husband, Wylie; two sons, Samuel H. Sollers of Chandler; and Jesse E. Sollers of Tempe; one sister, Pauline of Pamona, California; four grandchildren; and five great- grandchildren.
Services for Ms. Sollers were conducted at 2:00 p.m. Friday, December 11, 1987 at the Arizona Ruffner Wakelin Funeral Home.
She was buried in the Mountain View Cemetery.

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