Minnie Cobbins

minnie cobbins
Funeral services for Minnie Lee Cobbins, 94, of Naples, TX will be at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, January 14, 2009 at Norris Currey Methodist Church in Naples, TX with Rev. Melvina Darty officiating. Burial will be in Morning Star Cemetery under the direction of Reeder-Davis Funeral Home, Inc. Mrs. Cobbins was born August 10, 1914 in Hughes Springs, TX. to the late Marshall and Mary Turner and passed away on Saturday, January 10 at a Longview, TX hospital. She received her education from the Mt. Olive Public School System. In 1938 she met and married Oliver Cobbins. He preceded her in death. She was a member of Cottrell Chapel Church later renamed N.S. Curry C.M.E. Church for many years. She served faithfully as a member of the Missionary Society and the Stewards Bard. She was a Spiritual leader in the church who lived and expressed her love for the Lord. She was a willing worker in the fundraisers that helped the chruch move from the old building to the new. Those left with sorrowing hearts but not without hope are her daughters Dorris Herderson (Naples, Tx), Bobbie Jean (Billy) Marshall (Dallas,TX). One Son O.C. Cobbins of Hughes Springs, TX. One Special Daughter Sally Hill of Naples, TX. Two Special Nieces Mary Louie Franklin of Los Angles, CA and Betty Griffin of Hughes Springs, TX. Daughter-in-law Elwilla Cobbins of Daingerfield, TX. 11 grandchildren, 30 great grandchildren, 24 great great great grandchild; one great great great great grandson. A host of cousins and many many friends. I have fought the good fight I have finished the course I have kept the faith From The Heart... Being the best me - I learned from you How to be a good mother - I learned from you Always strive to do my best - I learned from you How to walk this Christian Journey I learned from you How to be a lady I learned from you Your lessons taught me were very well learned I will miss you Your Granddaughter Angles East,Angels West, Angles North and Angles South Just do your best to guard and watch her, while she rests! Your great grand-daughters - Mary

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  1. What we have once enjoyed we can never lose;All that we love deeply,becomes a part of us.Love Dusti and Domenic

  2. when I come to minnie house we always got a warm welcome and she always had ice cream for me and all the kids,Iwent to visit Minnie 3yrs ago and she had ice cream it brough go many memory from 40 years ago.Minnie we love you

  3. Our prays and thoughts are with you, Mary and your family in your time of grief.Love,Mary, Dee Dee, Alec, Nikki and Lexi we love you.

  4. Dear Mary,In knowing you and reading Sis. Cobbins, your Grandmother, biography, I know she was a Beautifully Blessed Lady of God. God's continued Blessings to you and your Family.Love you, Bettie W. Jackson

  5. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. She was our BIG MAMA and was always there for us when we were growing up. She was loved by so many and will be really missed. Love to you all, Janet Walters Krauss and Christie Hooser Parker.

  6. To the Cobbins Family, I pray God's grace upon you and your family during this time in your life. A great life has been lived and loved and now moves on to it's heavenly home. I love you and share in your time of transition. Yours in Christ,Barbara

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