July 11, 1934 ~ July 12, 2020

Born in: Cross Hill, Sc
Resided in: Snellville, GA

Mary W. Coker, age 86,daughter of Will and Lula Workman, passed away July 12, 2020 in Snellville, GA. Mary loved and enjoyed spending time with family, and particularly her nieces and nephews. She was a caring person and always enjoyed helping others, evidenced by her obtaining her home healthcare certification after retiring from General Motors. Mary was of the Baptist faith and attended First Baptist Church of Atlanta. She is survived by her daughter Diane D-Stephens (Reginald), of Stone Mountain, GA and a host of nieces and nephews, all of whom will miss her dearly. A Memorial Service will be planned for a later date still to be determined.

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  1. Diane and Reggie,

    Condolences from our family to yours.

    I smile as I write this – I had the opportunity of vicariously knowing your mom through our many, “let me tell you about my mother stories.” Although rough at times, your love and devotion as a daughter never faltered. Your mom was blessed.

  2. CandleImageSo sorry for your loss Diane and Reggie. She was beautiful and Diane, you are the spitting image of her. How lovely!

  3. CandleImageDiane,
    Rob and I are saddened to hear of your Mother’s passing. We hope the memories of all the happy times together help to lighten your loss. We will be praying for comfort and peace for you and your family. The knowledge that she is resting in the Lord’s arms with no more pain or struggles will be a comfort to you as you travel down the road of grief.

  4. CandleImageDear Diane,
    My condolences on your mom’s passing. I recall your after church Sunday visits to her (pre-Covid-19), no doubt which you both looked forward to. Take comfort that she is in her glorified body singing praises! You and Reggie stay well and know you both are in my prayers.

  5. Diane may the God who loves you keep your heart and mind.
    You can shed tears that she is gone
    or you can smile because she has lived.
    You can close your eyes and pray that she’ll come back
    or you can open your eyes and see all she’s left.

  6. CandleImageDiane, please accept my sincerest condolences on the loss of your mother. I know how much you meant to each other. I pray that the great memories that you shared will sustain you in the days ahead. Now your angel will be continuously watching over you and Reggie. Just know that I am just a phone call away. Much love.

  7. CandleImageDiane , Otis and I are sending our deepest condolences to you and Reggie on the lost of Aunt Mary. She is well and resting in eternal peace with all her love ones. We will continue to keep you and Reggie in our prayers. Much love😘

    • Thank you Janice and Otis, You are right, I do take comfort in the fact that she is now at peace! God bless you both.

  8. CandleImageDiane,

    My deepest condolences. I am sure this season of difficulty will allow time to remember times of love and laughter you shared with your sweet mom.

    ♥️ Ingrid

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