Rev. Coy Jean Scroggins1

M, #40066, (1927 - 2003)
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Children of Rev. Coy Jean Scroggins & Nancy Harmer

  • Last Edited: 21 Sep 2013


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  2. [S51] Obituary Rev Coy Jean Scroggins, Locust Grove Funeral Home, Locust Grove, OK, a 17 Dec 2003
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    Coy J Scroggins - (918) 479-5668 - , Locust Grove, OK 74352.
  7. [S51] Obituary Rev Coy Jean Scroggins, Locust Grove Funeral Home, Locust Grove, OK, a 17 Dec 2003
    In Loving Memory...
    Rev. Coy Jean Scroggins
    July 8, 1927 - December 17, 2003

    Funeral services for Rev. Coy Jean Scroggins, 76, of Locust Grove, were held Monday, December 22, 2003, at 2:00pm in the First Assembly of God Church, Pryor. Pastor Steve McPherson, Rev. Floyd Renfro, and Pastor Harry Jackson officiated, with interment following in Hogan Cemetery South, Locust Grove. Services were under the direction of the Locust Grove Funeral Home.

    Scroggins was born July 8, 1927, in Wynona, Oklahoma, to Frank and Beula (Terral) Scroggins. He passed from this life on Wednesday, December 17, 2003, in Tulsa.

    He grew up around Peggs, Locust Grove, and Tahlequah, and graduated from Tulsa Central High School. He served one enlistment in the US Army and was honorably discharged. He received his Master’s degree in education from Northeastern State University, and taught for over 30 years at schools in the area, including Smith Chapel, Salina, Little Rock, Jay, and Spavinaw schools. He had also been a licensed minister in the Assembly of God church since 1956; he spent 35 years in the ministry and pastored five churches.

    He was married to Nancy Harmer on July 26, 1963, in Muskogee. He had been in the Locust Grove area since his retirement in 1985, coming from Jay. He enjoyed fishing, cutting wood, and deer hunting, and he especially loved spending time with his grandchildren and family. He attended the First Assembly of God in Pryor.

    He is survived by his wife Nancy Scroggins of the home; two sons, Darren and wife Tammy Scroggins of Jay, and LaRay Scroggins; brother J.D. "Corky" and wife Ardena Scroggins of Bartlesville; three sisters, Rhoda Johnston, Wanda and husband Tommy Doyle, all of Pryor, and Nora Lee Whitaker of Kenwood; four grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by both parents; one brother Billy Ray Scroggins; and two sisters, Fay Johnson and Edna Mae Holt.

  8. [S51] Obituary Rev Coy Jean Scroggins, Grove Sun Daily, Grove, OK, a 17 Dec 2003