Date of Death: March 23, 2021

Service Details

A celebration of life will be held at the 9th Street United Methodist Church (lower level) on July 10, 2021 at noon followed by a luncheon.

Obituary Notice

Molly June McCoy, 86, of Three Rivers, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on March 23, 2021.

She is survived by two sons, Steven (Debra) Wayne and Robert (Julie) Wayne. Also survived by grandchildren, David Wayne, Diane Coy, Nicholas Wayne, Christopher Wayne; great-grandchild, Katie Coy; sister, Patricia (Joseph) Kinder; several nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews; special great-niece, Jenny Johnson.

Molly was preceded in death by her husband, Duane McCoy; children, Michael, Cynthia and John Wayne; grandson-in-law, Gary Coy. Further preceded by siblings David (Henrietta) McKee, Tom (Thelma Smith) McKee and Kate (Leo) Lovejoy.

Born Molly June McKee on July 9, 1934. She spent most of her life in Three Rivers. Molly loved her family dearly and was active in all their lives. She was president of the PTA and in charge of room mothers when her children were young. She was active in Organ Donors Association. Molly also loved to bake, and we will miss her blueberry pies the most.

Molly was devoted to God and her beloved 9th Street United Methodist Church. She taught Sunday School and assisted in church fund-raisers – often baking up a storm!

Molly loved to talk, laugh, reminisce and tell stories. She always had a kind word or words of encouragement for all that needed it. Molly was a dear friend and will be missed by many. She lived a long and vibrant life.

Additional Information

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the 9th Street United Methodist Church. Envelopes are available at Hohner Funeral Home in care of her arrangements.

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  1. Miss Molly was a very dear lady.
    She and our Mom, Mary Miller were good friends.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    David & Denise Mills

    • Molly was an amazing friend and always loved and shared God with everyone. Her love for Him was evident. Molly baking was yummy. Molly always knew how to make you laugh and always had a smile. Molly your dancing in heaven free from pain with Jesus. Love you. Amy

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