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Glenda Janice Coffman
Feb. 20, 1937 - Nov. 18, 2020

Glenda Janice (Davis) Coffman, age 83, passed away peacefully Wednesday, November 18, 2020. She was born on February 20, 1937, in Ardmore, Oklahoma, to Euritt and Helon (McCorstin) Davis. She grew up in the Oklahoma City area. She attended Capitol Hill High School.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her brother, Joe Davis & wife Mary Lou; and bestest friend, Wanda Smith.
Glenda is survived by her three children, David Coffman and wife Barbara, of Chickasha; Perry Coffman and wife Vickie, of Mustang; and daughter, Karen Ellison and husband Tony, of Mustang; also, by her grandchildren, Brett Coffman and wife Jerika, of Mustang; Amanda Moon and husband Billy, of Chickasha; Janell Mowdy and husband Ryan, of Haslet, Texas; Jarod Coffman, of Mustang; Matt Ellison, of Yukon; and Kaitlin Carroll and husband Shane, of Mustang; also, her loving friends, Joetta Taylor and Mickey Moon.
She also is survived by great-grandchildren, Gwen and Ella, Evyn and Aidyn, Montana, Miana, and Lucy and Cole.
She was a believer in God and member of the Bridge Assembly of God. She was a loving Mom and MiMi, was a stay-at-home mom raising her three children – her kids and grandkids were everything to her. She was a foster Mom to many babies through the Lutheran Social Service. She loved Diet Dr. Pepper, working in the yard and taking care of her home, running to Braum's with Joetta and Mickey, reading magazines and word search puzzles. She was known for her Red Velvet Cake – the Best Cake Ever!
The family would like to thank Arbor House of Mustang and Tender Care Hospice for the great care of our Mom in her last days.
There will be no service.

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Published in Oklahoman on Nov. 22, 2020.
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