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Julia Ann Coker, age 70

Julia Ann Coker, age 70, of Jacksonville, Arkansas passed away on Sunday evening, June 13, 2021 at home surrounded by her family.  She was born at Fort Bragg, in North Carolina to Harrell Gene Earnhart Sr. and Patricia May-Earnhart.

Julia was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, and friend. She enjoyed playing Farmville, reading and spending time with family.   She loved animals especially horses. Julia was most proud of being a grandmother and she loved her family more than life itself.

Julia is preceded in death by her father Harrell Gene Earnhart Sr., two sons; Christopher Carter and Michael Coker.

Julia is survived by her loving husband of more than 45 years, Terry Coker, and their three children; Gabriel Coker, Terena Lovston, and Winter Colbert, six grandchildren; Faith Johnson, Adrianne Colbert, Terry Lovston, Juliann Lovston, Gabriel Coker and Sylvia Ferricher, her mother Patricia May-Earnhart, a brother Harrell Earnhart Jr., three sisters; Sharon Anderson (Bob), Venus Markham, and April Sheldon as well as a host of nieces, nephews and other family and friends.

Visitation will be held on Friday, June 18, 2021 from 9:30-10:30 am in the chapel at A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. Graveside funeral services follow on Friday, June 18, 2021 at 11 am at Arkansas Memorial Gardens Cemetery, 8507 Arkansas Highway 161 in North Little Rock, Arkansas. 

Arrangements are under the trusted direction of A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. 501-982-3400.

 

Please Click Link for Tribute Video of Julia’s Life:

https://www.tributeslides.com/tributes/show/3MGFMGP3JH63DX3L

7 Comments

  • Sally Whitehead Posted June 16, 2021 7:51 PM

    My sincerest condolences to Julia’s family. She and I were friends for decades and I know she will be missed terribly by those who knew her. Go with God now, Judy.`

  • Stephanie Ault Posted June 16, 2021 8:13 PM

    She loved her puzzles. I remember many a nights staying up with her and terena working puzzles. She will be missed by so many.

  • Winter Colbert Posted June 17, 2021 10:27 AM

    Mom, I am and have been missing you so much.

  • Sharon Anderson Posted June 17, 2021 11:26 AM

    I will always remember her barrel racing with her horse when she was a teenager, she was so good at it. Letting me use her car when I was a teenager, being there for me my whole life. When she was in the Air Force, I stayed with her for awhile in Bossier City, she took me out and we had fun. I am missing her so much and will always miss her and love her and she knew she was loved by all that knew her. We will meet again someday, Rest well my sister with family that has gone before. I love you, Sharon

  • Sara Anderson Posted June 17, 2021 9:40 PM

    Rest in love Aunt Judy. You were loved by so many, an amazing aunt, friend, wife, mom, grandma, sister, daughter and many more roles. You will be missed by so many. You’re no longer in pain and flying high with loved ones already passed, including your 2 sons and your Daddy. ❤❤

  • George Markham Posted June 18, 2021 7:13 PM

    Judy Coker was one of the smartest, most tenacious human beings I ever encountered in my life, a true force of Nature worthy of admiration and respect. I know she was certainly dedicated to her family, and a willing to do whatever it took to advance their agenda. I am very sad to get news of her passing late, but pleased to read she left us surrounded by those who knew and loved her most. No one could ask for more in this age, thankfully she was able to do that, many families have been robbed of that basic human right of late. God bless each and every you during this time of adjustment. Please know that just because I am not close to hand these days doesn’t mean I don’t think of you folks often, and care for you. You know in short order we will all be moving on past all this mortal business, and the real living will commence under much better circumstances. If I can ever be of any service, please feel free to holler, the kids know how to rattle my cage. Hang in there.

  • Winter Coker Posted August 23, 2021 10:33 AM

    Mom, I miss you every day. So much more then you woukd have ever imagined. There are so many challenges and times I realize the stuff you accomplished effortlessly. You are so smart mom. I wish you could see the pride in saying that’s my mom, grandma, wife, sister, daughter, friend, or person who helped me out even let’s hope people know asking Judy was the thought thing because you just knew where to find out everything. Now I look and look and look for answers mom Where do I find them? I need you here

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