Date of birth: 23 Aug 1908 Johnson County, Indiana

Date of death: 13 Jun 1936 Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana

Source: Franklin Evening Star, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, June 13, 1936

Death Results From Long Illness
Funeral Arrangements Not Completed   
      Lloyd Coffman, age 27, died Saturday morning 
at 10 o'clock at his home on the corner of West King 
and Jackson streets.  He had been ill for the past two 
years and in a serious condition for several weeks.
      Pending the arrival of relatives funeral arrange-
ments have not been completed.
      Mr. Coffman was born Aug. 23, 1908, near 
Nineveh the son of Jacob and Stella Tearman 
Coffman.  He received his education in the Nineveh 
and Hopewell schools.  He was a member of 
the Nineveh Christian church.
      On Jan. 11, 1929 he was united in marriage to 
Miss Dorothy Childs, of Franklin, who survives.
      Two children were born to this union both of 
whom preceded their father in death.  Lloyd, Jr., died 
three years ago in March and Jimmie passed away 
two years ago in May.  The death of his little sons 
was a severe blow to Mr. Coffman who was in failing 
health and following the death of Jimmie he gradually 
grew weaker until death resulted.
      Of a pleasant cordial disposition Lloyd Coffman 
numbered his friends by the score in the community.  
He was industrious and continued his duties until failing 
health compelled him to discontinue his work.
      Surviving with the wife are the father and mother
and three brothers, Paul and Mark, of the Hopewell 
community, and Lawrence, of Franklin.  Several nieces 
and nephews and other relatives survive.

Source: Franklin Evening Star, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, June 16, 1936

Many Friends Attend Rites Monday Afternoon 
Burial Made in Greenlawn
      Final rites for Lloyd Coffman were held Monday 
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Grace Methodist Church. 
 The rites were attended by a large number of relatives 
and friends.
      The Rev. George F. Powers, pastor of the Nineveh 
Christian Church that Mr. Coffman joined in young 
boyhood,conducted the services, assisted by the Rev. E. 
E. Aldrich, pastor of the Grace Methodist Church.  
There was no music.
      The casket was carried by Mayor L. W. Oliver, Fred 
Mitchell, Harry McMillan, Harold McGinnis, Charlie 
Shine and Paul Kerlin.
      The flowers were carried by Ruth Hardin, Thelma 
Shine, Pauline Dunlap, Elsie Mitchell, Beulah Simons, 
Lois McGinnis, Mildred Bridges, Julia Stark, Mrs. Harry 
McMillan, Ruth Hicks, Bernice Littleton, Martha Murray, 
Goldie Tearman, Pauline Curry, Ethel Forsythe, Phyllis 
Salmon and Mildred Harter.
      Burial was in the family lot at Greenlawn Cemetery.
      All of the funeral arrangements were made by Mr. 
Coffman, who had been ill for many months, and all of 
his wishes were carried out by his family.

Source: Franklin Democrat, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, Jun 18, 1936

LLOYD COFFMAN, who had been ill for nearly two 
years and whose condition had become serious during
 the past few weeks, died Saturday morning at his home.
      Funeral services were held Monday afternoon with 
the Rev. E. E. Aldrich in charge assisted by Rev. Powers 
of Nineveh.  Burial was in Greenlawn.
      The deceased was born August 23, 1908, near Nineveh.  
He was the son of Jacob and Stella Tearman Coffman and 
he had received his education in the schools at Nineveh 
and Hopewell.
      He was married to Miss Dorothy Childs of Franklin on
 Jan. 11, 1929 and two children were born to this union.  
Each preceded the father in death.
      Surviving with the wife are the father and mother and 
three brothers, Paul and Mark, of Hopewell community 
and Lawrence, of Franklin.  There are also a number of 
nieces and nephews.  

Submitted by Mark E. Wirey

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