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Millie Coker

May 11, 1930 — February 3, 2017

Millie Bell Coker was born on May 11, 1930 in Perry, Oklahoma to Virgil Amzie Bradshaw and Iola Pearl Shelton. She was delivered into the arms of our Lord on February 3, 2017. She was a resident of the Green Valley Nursing Home of Perry at the time of her death. Services have been entrusted to Brown-Dugger Funeral Home of Perry.

Millie was a loving mother and grandmother to her five children, thirteen grandchildren and sixteen great grandchildren. She was married to Jesse Coker in 1952 for ten years.

Millie grew up and attended school in Perry, Oklahoma. She had lived in Garber, Oklahoma for the last seventeen years. She was employed during her working career at Sooners Corner, H&P Grocery and Southwestern Bell Telephone Company.

She loved to read novels and enjoyed crossword and jigsaw puzzles and made beautiful crocheted doilies.

She is survived by her sons - Jerry Bradshaw and wife Phyllis of Highland Ranch, Colorado; James Coker and wife Betty of Silverdale, Washington; daughters - Diana Bagent and husband Pete of Spavinaw, Oklahoma, Paula Alexander and husband Calvin of Stillwater, Oklahoma, Cathy Kimmell of Garber, Oklahoma; brothers - Virgil Bradshaw and wife JoAnn of Pryor, Oklahoma, Marvin Bradshaw and wife Linda of Grand Junction, Colorado, Clarence Bradshaw and wife Maxine of Perry, Oklahoma; sister - Dolores Hodge and husband Dan of Perry, Oklahoma. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Robert Bradshaw and son in law Melvin Kimmell.

Private family services will be held in the near future. She will be greatly missed. Friends and family may sign the register book and leave condolences online at www.brown-duggerfuneralhome.com

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