"His master replied, 'Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master's happiness!” Matthew 25:23 NIV
With heavy hearts we announce the peaceful transition of Mr. James Ervin Coaxum , 71, who was a resident of Walterboro, SC. His legacy will forever be cherished in the hearts of those whom loved and knew him.
As the final care has been entrusted to the professional care of Koger's Mortuary Service; A walk-thru visitation will be held on on Friday: July 2, 2021. 10:00AM-11:00AM In the Legacy Chapel of Koger’s Mortuary. The Celebration of Life will conclude on Friday : July 2, 2021 Eleven O' Clock in the morning also in the Legacy Chapel of Koger’s Mortuary.
(In an effort to reduce the spread of Covid-19 and protect the health of the public, a facial mask will be required during the visitation and service.)
As this family prepares to bid there farewells to their loved one, we ask that you would keep them lifted in prayers, comfort, and support.
James Ervin Coaxum Aka “Cokomo” transitioned on June 26, 2021. James was born on November 9, 1949,in Walterboro, SC.
He attended schools in Colleton County. James was a jack of all trades and many talents. Carpentry, construction, ac repair, and installation, and painting. James loved his last job working for Colleton County School District because he met so many people. He left a lasting impression on everyone he came in contact with, be it his sense of humor or his stories of life in his younger years.
He was preceded in death by seven siblings, Elford, Nathaniel, Daniel, Lee Marion, Edith, Mary, and Clarence.
He was married to Eartha Mae Grant. To this union three children were born, James Ervin Grant, Teresa (Teri) Coaxum, and Willie Coaxum; he also leaves to cherish one sister Annette Coaxum; grandchildren, Jarranda, Carleigh, James Ervin, Shadiquah , Jordan, Kareen, Rakeil, Kasiana, Tanayla, Willie, and Faith; great grandchildren, Terry and Andrew. Special niece who cared for him Marlo Williams, along with a host of other nieces,nephews and other relatives who loved him.
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