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Wilma Fay Crowell Coleman
1933-2015

Fay entered into eternal rest on March 28, 2015 at Baylor Scott & White Hospital in Waco, Texas.

A Memorial Service will be held at the Pavilion in Highland Cemetery i Iowa Park, Texas on Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 2 p.m., where she will be laid to rest with Bobby Dean Crowell. He preceded her in death in 1974 after 19 years of marriage.

Fay was born on August 22, 1933 only 8 minutes after her twin brother, Carl Ray King, in Montague County, Texas, to T.R. and Avis King. After graduating from high school in Era, Texas, Fay attened juior collegage and achieved her degree in the dental field as an assistant and hygienist. Fay worked in the field of Dentistry until retiring after 27 years.

She married Bobby Dean Crowell on May 27, 1955 in Gainesville, Texas. They resided in the Wichita County area throughout their arriage, eventually settling down to raise their children in Iowa Park until Bobby’s death in 1974.

Fay married Homer W. Coleman on July 1, 1978 in San Diego, California and they worked i the property management field until retiring for a second time and moving back to Central Texas.

Fay was preceded in death by: husband Bobby Crowell in 1974, and daughter Deana Markwardt in 1993. Also, parents T.R. and Avis King of Midland, Texas and a brother, Weldon King of Midland.

Fay is survived by her hsband of 37 years, Homer W. Coleman of Waco; daughter, Leesa Crowell Brown and life partner Jennifer Vaughn of Cifton, Texas; son, Fred Crowell of Lubbock, Texas; daughter, Laura Pryor and husband Rodney of Elk City, Oklahoma; twin brother, Carl Ray King of Gainesville eight grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and one great-great-granddaughter.