COY, Milo Norman, Sr.

Date of birth: 28 June 1901 Bartholomew County, Indiana

Date of death: 25 January 1978 Edinburgh, Johnson County, Indiana

Source: Columbus Republic, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana, January 25, 1978

Rites Pending
Milo Coy
Edinburgh
      EDINBURGH --  Milo Coy, 76, 501 
Kyle in Edinburgh, died today at his 
home.
      Funeral arrangements are pending 
at Eskew Funeral Home in Edinburgh.

Source: Franklin Daily Journal, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, January 27, 1978

Services Sunday for Milo Coy, 76
      Funeral services for Milo Coy, 
76, will be conducted 1:30 p.m. 
Sunday at Eskew Funeral Home, 
Edinburgh, with internment 
following the services. Friends 
may call after 2 p.m. Saturday 
at the funeral home.
      Mr. Coy, of Edinburgh, 
died Wednesday at his residence.  
He was born June 28, 1901.
      He was married to Norma 
(Stilabower) Coy.
      Retired from Amos-Thompson 
Company in 1966, he was previously 
a farmer until 1944.  He was a 
member of Old Union Christian 
Church.
      Survivors include a son, 
Milo Coy, Jr., Franklin; a daughter, 
Alice Mae Williams, Edinburgh; 
a sister, Gladys Ferrell, Edinburgh, 
and seven grandchildren.
      The family has requested that 
memorial contributions be made to 
the American Cancer Society.

Source: Edinburgh Tri-County Enterprise, Edinburgh, Johnson County, Indiana, February 1, 1978

MILO COY SERVICES WERE SUNDAY
      Funeral services for Milo Coy, 
Sr., 76, 501 Kyle Street, Edinburgh, 
were conducted at 1:30 p.m. at the 
Eskew Funeral Home.
      Mr. Coy died at his home Wed-
nesday morning after a year's illness.
      The Rev. Lawrence Tedrow was 
in charge of the funeral followed 
by cremation.
      Mr. Coy was born June 28, 
1901, in Bartholomew County the son 
of William A. Coy and Ida May Wray 
Coy.  On October 17, 1923, he was 
married to Norma Stilabower who 
survives.
      Other survivors are a son, 
Milo Coy, Jr. of Franklin, a daughter, 
Alice May Williams, Edinburgh route 
1; a sister, Gladys Ferrell of Edin-
burgh; and seven grandchildren.  He 
was preceded in death by two brothers, 
Clarence and Eldon Coy.

Submitted by Mark Wirey

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