Gladys Mae 'Hill' COFFIELD

March 25, 1924 ~ July 10, 2006

Mrs. Gladys Mae 'Hill' Coffield passed away Monday, July 10, 2006, at Farmington Presbyterian Manor at the age of 82 years, 3 months & 15 days. Gladys was born March 25, 1924, in Delassus, MO., & was the daughter of Alfred A. Hill & Alta Mae 'Brown' Hill. Also preceding-in-death were: 1 Sister, in-infancy & 1 Brother, Henry A. Hill.

At the age of 15, Gladys obtained a Work Permit & became employed at the Shirt Factory in Farmington. She worked there until she became a mother. After the birth of her daughter, She became a caregiver of children & the elderly. Gladys was a member of: * Farmington First Baptist Church & * The Order of the Eastern Star, Chapter #430.

Survivors Include: 1 Daughter, Janet 'Mrs. Kent' Lashley, of Bonne Terre, MO; 1 Sister, Phyllis Wigger, of Farmington; 1 Brother: William T. (& Karon) Hill, of Channelview, TX; 1 Sister-In-Law: Peggy Hill, of Florissant, MO; 3 Grandchildren: Jeffrey (& Danielle) Scott, of Desloge, MO; Jordan (& Kristi) Scott, of Desloge, MO; Douglas Scott, of St. Louis, MO. 2 Step-Grandchildren: Lindsey & Lucas Lashley, of DeSoto, MO. Nieces & Nephews: Marsha Moseley, of Farmington; Chris Wigger, of Farmington; Howard (& Jane) Wigger, of Omaha, NE; Also surviving are other Special Nieces; Nephews; Cousins & Friends.

Visitation: Thursday, 6-9 pm. Visitation resumes Friday, 7:00 a.m., & funeral Friday, 10:00 a.m., July 14, 2006

at: TAYLOR Funeral Service CHAPEL, with Rev. Ed Rhodes officiating.

Interment: at Doe Run Memorial Cemetery, Doe Run, MO.

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  1. Janet, Sharon and I wish to extend to you are deepest sympathy at not only yours, but the loss we are all feeling at this time. Our prayers are with you and your family. I know that my dad, grandpa and grandma, and my wonderful Aunt Gladys are having a heavenly family reunion right now.

  2. Janet, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and yours. We regret that we cannot be there with you during this time and will continue to keep you in that special place in our hearts. The video was a walk down a memory lane I have not travelled in a while, as seen through someone elses eyes but what a wonderful journey.

  3. Gladys was my cousin and a wonderful person. Her Mother was my Dads sister and what a close family we were. I will remember all the memories of our childhood with love. Love was our best trait.

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