John A. Coil
                                         April 8, 1929 -- July 5, 2015

John A. Coil, 86, of Mocksville, NC, formerly of Middlebury, died on Sunday
July 5, at Regency Care, Clemmons, NC.  He had been declining health for
several months. He was born on April 8, 1929 in Swan Township, to Albert
and Fern (Warner) Coil. On May 21, 1950 in Andrews, he married Virginia
Blake; she survives. Survivors in addition to his wife are a daughter, Sally
Ann (Michael) Brill of Advance, NC; a son, John A. (Janette) Coil of Kansas
City, KS; five grandchildren, three great grandchildren; three brothers, Keith
A. Coil of Huntertown, Harry Malcolm Coil of Fort Wayne, and Jesse E. Coil
of Crawfordsville. He was preceded in death by his parents, a sister, Wanda
Lee Hampton and a brother, Warner Albert Coil. John had been Pastor of
several Christian churches through the years. He had been the director of
building, grounds and transportation for the Middlebury School
Corporation, built 2 Golf courses (Oak Hills, Middlebury, and Hawthorne
Hills, Fishers,) and hauled milk from farm to dairy in his earlier years. He
resided in Venice, Florida for 17 years after retirement then moved to
Mocksville, North Carolina due to declining health and to be close to family.
He was a former member of Central Christian Church and most recently of
First United Methodist Church in Mocskville, NC, had an associate
membership at St. Mark's Methodist Church and was a member of the
Masonic Lodge. Visitation will be from 5:00 - 8:00 pm on Friday July 10, and
10:00 - 11:00 am Saturday, July 11, followed by a funeral service at 11:00 am
at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, Middlebury. Services will be conducted by
his son John Coil. Family and friends may gather for a graveside service at
3:00 pm on Saturday, at Swan Township Cemetery, LaOtto. Memorials may
be given to Alzheimer's Foundation of America.

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I'm so sorry for your loss I will keep the family in my prayers as you go
through this difficult time.  I enjoyed getting to know John. He was a great
person even as a bus driver he knew how to inspire us kids. After school I
had the pleasure of going to church with him. He was such an inspiration to
me. May God be with you all.
From: Denise (Ditmars ) Manges
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May your hearts be comforted knowing your Husband/Father is in Heaven
with our Almighty Father.  He has been restored.  With all our love.  Your
nephew/cousin and family
From: Steven Coil