McKEE, Gladys (Coy)

Date of birth: 15 Feb 1905, Bartholomew County, Indiana

Date of death: 7 Oct 1989, Mission Hills, Santa Barbara, California

Source: Franklin Daily Journal, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, October 11, 1989

SYLMAR, CALIF.
Gladys McKee
      Gladys McKee, 84, died Saturday night 
at Holy Cross Hospital in Mission Hills, 
Calif.  She was a resident of Sylmar, Calif.
      She was born in Bartholomew County 
Feb. 15, 1905, to John Wesley Coy and 
Hannah Melissa (Milnes) Coy.  She mar-
ried Ellis McKee May 29, 1929.  He died 
in 1985.  Survivors include two daughters, 
Hannah Dyke of Sylmar and Joyce Smith 
of Franklin; two grandchildren and a
 great-grandchild.  She was preceded in 
death by six brothers and eight sisters.
      She was a member of First Christian 
Church in Oceanside, Calif., a former 
member of Edinburgh United Methodist 
Church and a past president of American 
Legion Auxiliary Post 233 in Edinburgh.  
      The Rev. Nancy Chizmar will conduct 
a private graveside service Friday at Rest 
Haven Cemetery in Edinburgh.  Friends 
may call Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. at 
Long Funeral Home in Edinburgh.  A 
memorial service will take place Thurs-
day at 7:30 p.m. at the funeral home.

Source: Edinburgh Tri-County News, Edinburgh, Johnson County, Indiana, October 18, 1989

Gladys McKee
      Gladys McKee, 84, died Saturday, 
October 7th at Holy Cross Hospital in 
Mission Hills, CA.  She was a resident 
of Sylmar, CA.
      She was born on February 15, 1905 
to John and Hannah Milnes Coy.  She 
married Ellis McKee May 29, 1929.  He 
died in 1985.  Survivors include two 
daughters, Hannah Dyke of Sylmar and 
Joyce Smith of Franklin; two grand-
children and a great-grandchild.  She 
was preceded in death by six brothers 
and eight sisters.
      She was a member of First Christian 
Church in Oceanside, CA, a former 
member of Edinburgh United Methodist 
Church and a past president of American 
Legion Auxiliary Post 233 in Edinburgh.
      The Rev. Nancy Chizmar conducted 
a private graveside service Friday at Rest 
Haven Cemetery. 

Submitted by Mark Wirey

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