Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

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Abner Louise Coxey

Born: 2/11/1920

Died: 3/28/2000

Maiden Name: n/a

Honorific: n/a

Abner Louise Coxey, 80, of Mustang, Oklahoma passed away March 28, 2000 at his Mustang residence. He was born Feburary 11, 1920 at Albany, Oklahoma to Frank A. and Minnie M. Pulsey Coxey.

He moved to Ardmore, Oklahoma and served in the Army during World War II, receiving the Overseas Service Bar, Good Conduct and American Theater medals, European African Middle East Theater Medal with Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Distinguished Unit Badge, Croix De Guerre and World War II Victory Medal. He lived in Oklahoma City where he married Nettie Marie Locke on March 6, 1948, and returned to Ardmore in 1972 to work at Coxsey Honda. He had also worked at Jandebeur Motorcycle Company. He was a member of American Legion, DAV Chapter 30 and New Covenant Fellowship Church.

Mr.Coxey was preceded in death by his wife, March 12, 1996, and had lived in Mustang since 1999. Also preceding him in death were his parents and a sister, Wanonah Reynolds.

Survivors include a daughter, Vickie Wells, Oklahoma City; three sons, Abner, Jr. of Watanga, Texas, and Robert P., both of Ardmore; a sister, Lawana Coyle, Ardmore; a brother, Gene, Fulton, Texas; 18 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren.