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 Marvin Mack Coley

Marvin Mack Coley

Birth
Sanford, Lee County, North Carolina, USA
Death 17 Sep 1971 (aged 52)
Sanford, Lee County, North Carolina, USA
Burial Sanford, Lee County, North Carolina, USA
Memorial ID 101345380 · View Source
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Father: Henry Wade Coley (1881-1924)
Mother: Minnie Alice Kiser Coley (1881-1959)

Spouse: Myrtle Elizabeth Dalrymple

Heart attack claims M.M. Coley, 52 of Rt.6 Sanford was dead on arrival this morning at Lee County Hospital, death resulting from an apparent heart attack.

Born in Lee County, he was the son of the late Wade and Minnie Kiser Coley. He was an employee of the State Highway Department.

Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 3 p.m at Jonesboro Presbyterian church by the Rev. W.T.Perkins pastor. Burial will follow in Lee Memory Gardens. The body will remain at Rogers Funeral Home until carried to the church and hour before the service.

Surviving are his wife, the former Eizabeth Dalrymple. one son Michael Coley of Southern Pines; one daughter, Miss Diane Coley of the home. Two brothers Reece Coley of Sanford and Ray Coley of Utah and four sisters, Mrs Margaret Jones, Mrs Maude Stone and Mrs Leoma Smith all of Sanford and Mrs Belle Cameron of Carthage.

Published in the Sanford Herald Sept 17,1971

Children:
Jerry Michael Coley (1950-1983)
Diane Virginia Coley

Brothers and Sisters:

Lena Lavenie Coley (1904-1963)
Eula Margaret Coley (1905-1990)
Clifton Ray Coley (1907-1985)
Mary Belle Coley (1909-1987)
Dorthalue Maude Coley (1911-1995)
Verla Loucile Coley (1913-1921)
Tillman Wade Coley (1915-1961)
Frank McKinly Coley (1917-1969)
Leoma Meter Coley (1921-2011)
Elbert Reece Coley (1923-1999)

Mack was my brother-in-law. He was very special to our family. He is the first one I met when my husband took us to North Carolina and he welcomed me into the family with Love. He and his wife Elizabeth and both of their children were so sweet and kind. We spent a lot of time with their family while living in North Carolina and when we moved back to Utah I felt really sad leaving my new family that I loved. Mack was a very special kind and loving man and he loved his family so much. I know that he served in WORLD WAR II. REST IN PEACE DEAR BROTHER.






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  • Added: 26 Nov 2012
  • Find A Grave Memorial 101345380
  • Esther Kinder
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Marvin Mack Coley (12 Mar 1919–17 Sep 1971), Find A Grave Memorial no. 101345380, citing Lee Memory Gardens, Sanford, Lee County, North Carolina, USA ; Maintained by Esther Kinder (contributor 47944192) .