A good and faithful servant of God on Max Creek, Oneeta Quesenberry Coble was called to
her heavenly home on Tuesday June 8th, 2010 surrounded by her loving family. Born in Hiwassee June 26, 1927 she was the daughter of the late William P. and Essie Owens Quesenberry. Also preceding her in death were her husband, Henry Roy “Buck” Coble. Sisters; Frieda Graham, Edith Wilson and Dorothy Kirkner. Brothers; Emmett, Guy, Early and Herbert Quesenberry.
Mrs Coble was a retired sales clerk from Parks-Belk department store in Pulaski.
She was a charter member of Max Creek Baptist Church for over 63 years, having served as Treasurer for 50 years. She was presently a member of Grace Fellowship Baptist Church on Max Creek. She was a true inspiration to all, especially in light of her many trials and tribulations. The love of God poured out to everyone she touched through her gentle, humble heart. Her genuine sacrificial care and concern of others was evident through her many deeds of kindness whether it be a phone call, a card, or a pot of chicken and dumplings or her famous devil’s food cake. Her love, her prayers, her wise counsel, her encouragement and her service to her community will be greatly missed by her beloved family, church family and friends.
Surviving are her children and spouces Diane and Roger Hurd, Terry and Cathy W. Coble, Gary and Dawn Coble all of Pulaski and Russell and Rebecca Coble of Floyd. Sister; Eloise Q. Smith. Sister-in-law, Margaret W. Quesenberry and Brother-in-law Homer Coble. 14 Grandchildren. 11 Great-Grandchildren.
Many nieces, nephews, beloved extended family and friends.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 12th at 11 am from the Grace Fellowship Baptist Church with pastor Doug Ballew and pastor Mike Coleman officiating. Burial will follow in the Highland Memory Gardens, Dublin. Visiting will be Friday from 6-8 pm from the Church. In remembrance of Oneeta Coble those that wish may make contributions to the Grace Fellowship Baptist Church, P. O. Box 326 Hiwassee, Va. 24347. Arrangements are by Stevens Funeral Home, Pulaski.