Sunday, February 04, 2007


I owe the Class of 54’s Freylon Coffey and his wife, Norrice, a big, fat apology.

See, I was sent a 50th Anniversary announcement ‘bout them. They wanted it in the paper, either paper. Problem was, between Christmas crowding and the fact that the happy couple doesn’t live here anymore, there were no takers.

Your dummy Editor couldn’t comprehend that he had the perfect medium at hand … until now.

So, with sincerest apologies:


The children of Freylon and Norrice Ann Coffey honored their parents with a Golden Anniversary celebration at the Katy, TX Church of Christ Saturday, December 9, 2006.

The Coffeys were married in Seminole, Texas. He continued his education at Texas Tech and graduated with a B.S in Chemical Engineering in 1960.

His work took them to several cities throughout Texas, the Midwest, and the Northeastern USA; as well as Canada, Mexico, Germany, and Japan.

She was an elementary teacher, with a degree in English Literature from the University of Texas, Permian Basin, and is a former teacher at Katy Elementary.

Mr. Coffey is a graduate of Searcy High School (1954) and Little Rock Jr. College (1957), and currently works at the Houston Dow Center.



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