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Carroll C. Coker

April 10, 1931March 14, 2013
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Carroll Coker died Thursday, March 14, 2013 in a Granbury, TX Hospital at 8:00 p.m. Carroll was the son of Joe Burt and Lora Coker of Dallas, TX. Carroll was born on April 10, 1931 and was a proud graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School where he played in the band. Carroll graduated from SMU and was a member of the Mustang band and Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity. Carroll served in the Air Force for 6 years with the Texas Air National Guard. After graduation he worked in Human Resources for Nieman-Marcus. He left Neiman’s to work for Frito Lay as a skillful contract negotiator with the Unions. Carroll joined de Moley as a teenager and was a 33rd degree Mason with the Hillcrest Masonic Lodge. He is survived by one cousin, George Coker of Granbury, TX. A celebration of life Memorial Service will be held at a later time. Carroll requested in lieu of flowers donations be made to the Mason’s Children and Orphans Fund, 338 Grapevine Hwy., Hurst, Texas 76054. Online condolences may be made at www.Sparkman-Hillcrest.com.

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March 23, 2013

Carroll was a good friend through high school and college. Though we'd lost touch in recent years I will always remember him fondly. If I still had my clarinet I'd play a little "Taps" for him. -- Larry Dunning

Mickey Huffman

March 20, 2013

You will always be one of my closest friends. YITBOS Mickey

Katherine W. Sandel

March 20, 2013

Bravo Carroll for living a long and meaningful life. Your loving cousin,

March 19, 2013

Mr. Coker was a true and just man and an inspiration to many. He will be missed here, but truly welcomed at a beautiful, magnificent place. God be with the family at this trying time of their loved one.

Billy Reed

Billy Reed

March 19, 2013

Mr.Coker was a true and just man, and an inspiration to many. He will be missed here, but will be truly welcomed at a beautiful, magnificent place. Work well done. May God be with his family at this trying time.

FROM THE FAMILY