|Birth: ||Jun. 22, 1894|
|Death: ||Mar. 3, 1975|
Family name has been listed as Coffey or Coffee in various records so both spellings are correct.
CLARK, MAE COFFEY, 80, died March 3, 1975 at the Harriman Hospital after an extended illness. Mrs. Clark was the daughter of the late William and Nancy Coffey.
She was born June 22, 1894 and was married to the late Charlie R. Clark. She was a charter member of the Rankins Chapel Church where she was faithful in attendance. She served as secretary for many years. She also served as president of the Rankins Elementary School PTA when there was a school in the community. She took an active part in the community activities. Mrs. Clark practiced midwife services for many years. The weather never got too bad for her to walk miles to render services in case of illness.
Survivors include daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Copeland, Mrs Mable Blake and Mrs. Lela Watson, all of Oakdale, Mrs. Eva Solomon, Rossville, Ga.; sons, Arnold Clark and Carl Clark, both of Oakdale, Albert Clark of Harriman and Walter Clark of Rockwood; brother, Lawrence Coffey, Oakdale; 14 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held March 5 from the Rankins Chapel Church with Rev. Bill Johnson and Rev. Fred Copeland officiating. Burial was in Rankins Chapel Cemetery in Morgan County. Kyker Funeral Home, Harriman, was in charge of the arrangements.
William Larkin Coffey (1853 - 1905)
Nancy Arsnolle Dryman Coffey (1854 - 1945)
Charles Robert Clark (1884 - 1958)
Carl Boone Clark (1925 - 1995)*
Carlene Clark (1925 - 1925)*
Leonard Edward (Eddie) Coffey (1876 - 1964)*
James "Harrison" Coffey (1878 - 1966)*
Rosa Lee Coffey Shepherd (1882 - 1960)*
William M. Alexander Coffey (1885 - 1944)*
Walter Franklin Coffey (1889 - 1970)*
Lawrence Winifred Coffey (1891 - 1979)*
Mae Coffey Clark (1894 - 1975)
Minnie N. Coffey Blake (1897 - 1931)*
Rankin Chapel Cemetery
Created by: BJ
Record added: Feb 16, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 33916533
Those we love don't go away..They walk beside us every day..Unseen, unheard, but always near..Still loved, still missed and very dear. In Your Memory ~ Rest in Eternal Peace!|
Added: Jul. 5, 2016
Birthin' & raisin' babies plus taking care of the farm & church family, it proves women are the backbone of this country as we all know.I salute you dear lady. Rest in Peace.|
Added: Nov. 18, 2010
Another sweet grandma to meet in heaven. Your hard work is done. "Well Done Good and Faithful Servant".|
Added: Jul. 14, 2010
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