COY, Alice Catherine (Barrett)

Date of birth: 2 May 1938, Greenwood, Johnson County, Indiana

Date of death: 19 Oct 2000, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana

Source: Franklin Daily Journal, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, October 19, 2000

Alice Coy
      Alice C. Coy, 62, died 
Thursday, Oct. 19, 2000, at 
St. Francis Hospital.  She was 
a resident of Morgantown.
      She was born May 2, 1938, 
in Greenwood.  Her parents were 
Hubert W. and Sarah "Sally" W. 
(Jackson) Barrett.  Survivors 
include a son, Chris Douglas 
Coy of San Antonio, Texas; two 
daughters, Lou Ann Sabatier of 
Falls Church, Va., and Karla 
J. McConnell of Trafalgar; a 
brother, Roy Barrett of Indian-
apolis and seven grandchildren.  
She was preceded in death by 
two sisters and a brother.
      She was a 1960 graduate 
of Nineveh High School. 
      From 1976 to present she 
owned and operated Ceramics 
by Coy in Rensselaer and Morgan-
town and was a judge for ceramics 
in 4-H for several counties.  
She was previously employed 
from 1992 to 1997 by Marion 
County Prosecutors Office, 
Child Support Division; from 
1969 to 1976 she was employed 
by Johnson County Memorial 
Hospital as a nursing assistant; 
from 1962 to 1969 she was employed 
by Central Rubber & Supply Co. 
as an executive assistant; and 
from 1958 to 1962 she was em-
ployed by Franklin United Metho-
dist Home.  She also taught 
voice lessons.  She had modeled 
hairstyles at Indiana Schools of 
Beauty in Indianapolis during 
the 1960s. 
      She was a charter member 
of Iroquois Valley Christian 
Church in Rensselaer and Fair 
Haven Christian Church in 
Trafalgar.  She was a member of 
Francesville Christian Church 
and Wabash Valley Ceramics Asso-
ciation.  She was choir director 
and Sunday school teacher at 
Iroquois Valley Christian 
and Fair Haven Christian churches.  
She was a NASCAR and Dale Jar-
rett fan.
      The Rev. Steve Fair will 
conduct a service at 10:30 a.m. 
Monday at Fair Haven Christian 
Church in Trafalgar.  Friends 
may call from 5 to 9 p.m. Sunday 
at the church.  Burial will be 
at Hopewell Cemetery in Johnson 
County.  Arrangements are being 
handled by Meredith-Clark Funeral 
Home in Morgantown.
      Memorial contributions may 
be made to Fair Haven Church 
Building Fund, 1476 W. County Road 
300S, Franklin, IN 46131.

Source: Brown County Democrat, Nashville, Brown County, Indiana, October 25, 2000

Alice C. Coy
      Morgantown resident Alice 
C. Coy died Thursday, October 19, 
2000, at St. Francis Hospital in 
Indianapolis.  She was 62.
      She was born May 2, 1938, 
in Greenwood, the daughter of 
Hubert W. and Sarah "Sally" W. 
Jackson Barrett.
      She was employed at the 
Methodist Home in Franklin; had 
been an executive assistant at 
Central Rubber and Supply in 
Indianapolis; and had worked in 
the Child Support Division of 
the Marion County Prosecutor's 
office from 1992 
until 1997.
      Mrs. Coy owned and oper-
ated Ceramics By Coy in Rens-
selaer and Morgantown since 1976, 
and had judged ceramics in 4-H 
for several counties.
      She also had taught voice 
to students and had modeled hair-
styles at the Indiana School of 
Beauty in Indianapolis during the 
early 1960s.
      A charter member of the 
Iroquois Valley Christian Church 
in Rensselaer and the Fair Haven 
Christian Church in Trafalgar, 
Mrs. Coy had been the choir 
director and a Sunday school 
teacher at both churches.
      Mrs. Coy also had been a 
member of the Francesville Chris-
tian Church and the Wabash Valley 
Ceramics Association.
      She loved NASCAR racing and 
was a fan of Dale Jarrett.
      Survivors include two daughters, 
Lou Ann Sabatier of Falls Church, 
Virginia and Karla J. McConnell of 
Trafalgar; a son Chris Douglas Coy 
of San Antonio, Texas; a brother, 
Roy Barrett of Indianpolis; and 
seven grandchildren.
      She was preceded in death 
by two sisters and a brother. 
      Reverend Steve Fair offici-
ated a service Monday, October 23, 
at Fair Haven Christian Church in 
Trafalgar.
      Burial was in Johnson County's 
Hopewell Cemetery.
      Meredith-Clark Funeral Home 
in Morgantown handled the arrangements.
      Memorial contributions may be 
made to the Fair Haven Church building 
fund, 1476 West 300 South, Franklin, 
Indiana  46131. 

Source: Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, October 21, 2000

ALICE C. BARRETT COY
      Alice C. Barrett Coy, 62, 
Morgantown, died Oct. 19.  She 
owned and operated Ceramics by 
Coy in Rensselaer and Morgantown 
for 24 years.  She also worked 
for the Marion County prosecutor's 
office in the child support divi-
sion from 1992 to 1997.  Pre-
viously, she was a nursing assis-
tant for Johnson Memorial Hospital, 
Franklin an executive assistant 
for Central Rubber & Supply Co. 
and a worker for Franklin United 
Methodist Home.  She also taught 
voice.  She was a charter member 
of Iroquois Valley Christian 
Church, Rensselaer.  She was a 
member of Francesville Christian 
Church and Wabash Valley Ceramics 
Association.  Services: 10:30 
a.m. Oct. 23 in Fair Haven Christian 
Church, Trafalgar, of which she 
was a charter member, with calling 
there from 5 to 9 p.m. Oct. 22.  
Burial: Hopewell Cemetery, Johnson 
County.  Memorial contributions 
may be made to the building fund 
of Fair Haven Christian Church.  
Survivors: children Lou Ann Sabatier, 
Karla J. McConnell, Chris Douglas 
Coy,  brother Roy Barrett seven 
grandchildren.  Meredith-Clark 
Funeral Home, Morgantown, is 
handling arrangements. 
Submitted by Mark E. Wirey