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Wahletha Price Cofer

Eden Prairie, Minnesota

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Beloved Wife, Mother, and Grandmother Age 75, of Eden Prairie. Will be deeply missed as she went to be with her Lord October 24, 2010. She was preceded in death by parents and 6 siblings, and survived by a devoted and loving family; husband of 53 years, Marvin; daughter, Cindy (Randy) Evert of...

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Another great teacher has left the Class of '61. It was a pleasure to have her as a teacher.

I was a student of Mrs Cofer's in 1959. She was pregnant this year and I usually set her off. She would walk by my desk and give me a lecture on "strike-overs". I still do that. Mrs Cofer was very beautiful and she was one of the few teachers I really loved. The world has lost a wonderful lady and Heaven has gained a new Angel.

Richard Gibson

Wahletha, Mrs.Cofer to her students, was one of the liviest teachers I had in high school. She came by my desk one day in class and showed me how to improve my hook shot (I played basketball). Her husband had watched me play and told her how I needed to tweek my shot. The class was really amused! I will not forget her.

I took Mrs. Cofers class at Red Bank High in 1959 because she was the cutest teacher in school. Midway thru the year, she became pregnant with her first child, which made her even more beautiful. I'm able to type this note due to her teaching. Thank you Mrs Cofer.
Please accept our condolences and prayers for your loss.

I was one of Mrs. Cofer's students at Red Bank High School. She was a great teacher.

On behalf of the staff at Courage Center, please accept our condolences on the loss of Wahletha. Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

We have you in our thoughts and prayers. May God bless you with peace and comfort.

Mrs. Cofer left behind friends in may states and countries. She will be greatly missed.

Aunt Wahletha had the best attitude about life of anyone I've ever met. She always brought a smile to everyone around her. My "Mammaw" Frye always spoke so fondly of her baby sister. Uncle Marvin and all of her family are in our prayers.

What an amazlingly special lady! I didn't know her for very long but the times I did see her, she always made me feel like she had known me forever.
She made my heart happy!
Her love for her family and life was written all over her face...especially in that beautiful simle of hers!
God bless your family as you say your final good-bye, may His Grace give you peace.