OBITUARY

Barbara Sue Coffee

November 1, 1943December 3, 2018
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Barbara Sue Coffee, age 75 of Midlothian, Texas, passed away on Monday, December 3, 2018. Barbara was born at home in Soddy, Tennessee on November 1, 1943. She is preceded in death by her parents John and Iva Eustice, sisters Johnnie Eustice, Toby Eustice, Margret Ann Eustice, Rosa Gean Eustice, Bobbie Lou Eustice and brothers Tally “Doc” Eustice and Jimmie Allen Eustice. She is survived by her husband Robert Eugene Coffee, sons Allen Hamilton, his wife Nancy Hamilton and Timothy Coffee, his wife Sheila Coffee, daughters Gretchen Morett and Suzanne Hamilton, grandsons Zachary Coffee, Cody Coffee and Christopher Morett, great grandsons Michael Morett and Jack Morett, sisters Peggy Crittenden and Ann Whetstone of Tennessee.

A Memorial to celebrate her life will be held at 2:00pm, Saturday December 15, 2018 at David Clayton and Son’s Funeral Home 200 Center St. Duncanville, Texas 76116.

Services

15 December

Memorial Service

2:00 pm

David Clayton & Sons Funeral Home

200 W Center Street
Duncanville, Texas 75116

REMEMBERING

Barbara Sue Coffee

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Nancy and Allen Hamilton

December 11, 2018

Barbara's love and focus was always on her family, and we all benefited greatly from that love. She was a fantastic wife, mother and friend - always putting everyone else first. As my mother-in-law, there was no better. While our grief is overwhelming, we know she is watching over us and will continue to do so until the day we are reunited.
Buck and Nancy

John R. Allen

December 10, 2018

Bob ,and family I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Barbara Sue. She was a Grand and Gracious Lady. Bob my thought's and prayers go out to you, and your family during this time of grief,and sorrow. May the Good Lord bless and keep each of you in His Loving Hands. Philippians 1:21- For Me to live is Christ,to die is gain. May Barbara Sue RIP. John R. Allen, Retired DPD, & Retired Alvarado PD

Suzanne Hamilton

December 10, 2018

A message of comfort I think Mom would want to impart:
Grief never ends but, it changes. It's a passage, not a place to stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness, nor a lack of faith. It is the price of love.

I love you Mother and will miss you until we meet again. I wish I could hear you say "love my Sissy" one more time but I'll never forget the words.

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