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Sue Coble (Funk)

Sue Coble Funk

COVINGTON, GA. — Sue Coble Funk ,62, formerly of Greensboro, slipped away into the arms of Jesus on Sunday, February 28, 2010 after a two year battle with cancer.

Sue is survived by her loving, faithful caregiver husband Bill, her two sons Kevin (Tracy) of Marietta, Ga. and Kenneth (Suzanne) of Kennesaw, Ga. Two loving and precious granddaughters Sara and Summer of Kennesaw, Ga. and one very special grandson Bryce of Marietta, Georgia.

Sue was pre-ceded in death by her parents, Murley and Bedford Coble of Greensboro, brother, Johnny Coble of Cedartown, Ga. and sister, Alice Weiss of Roswell, Georgia.

Left to miss and cherish her memory is sisters, Murley (Cookie) Johnson of Greensboro Jean (Craig) McCormick of Archdale and one brother Eddie Coble also of Greensboro.

Sue is also survived by many nieces and nephews who she loved dearly and will miss her terribly.

Sue was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, sister and best friend to all of her family. Our loss is truly Heaven's Gain.

Thanks for loving us Sue and we will see you soon. You will forever remain in our hearts.

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07/15/10 11:19 PM #1    

Sandra Hobbs (Buchanan)

I learned of Sue's death tonight.  I was devastated.  Sue and I were very good friends throughout our younger years.  Libby Horne Lowdermilk, Bonnie Poplin, Linda Johnson, we all were close.  My deepest regrets go to her husband, Bill and her children.  I wish I had known.  This is a very sad day for me.  I talked to Libby Horne tonight and told her about Sue.  She did not know either.  She said she tried to contact her son 2-3 months ago but did not get a returned phone call.  I remember the last time I saw Sue.  It was at one of our reunions.  All of us girls got together that night.  Sue had not changed a bit from her earlier years.  She still looked like the old Sue I knew.  Sue, you will be missed!

With all my Love,

Sandy Hobbs Buchanan


10/07/13 11:12 AM #2    

Brenda Blizzard (Dixon)

Sue was a good friend to me too.  (Look at what I wrote on Carolyn Parks' page....Sue was in that group.)  But one special memory I have of Sue was in a class.....i could not for the life of me catch on to the use of "prepositions."  The more the teacher talked, the more confused I got.  I must have been whining a little bit because Sue turned around to me and began writing examples on my paper....she explained it so well....and thanks to her I got a good hold on prepositions!

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