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a. Note:   Maj. Jesse5, Capt. John4, Daniel3, Timothy2, Timothy1), 88, passed away in her home at 3015 Blackshear Avenue, Pensacola, FL, on June 8, 2014, after a lengthy illness. She was born March 13, 1926, in Pensacola.
  She was preceded in death by two husbands, Jack Quinton Smith and Wendell F. Grubbs and her youngest son, Walter Wales Smith, one sister, Ruth Moreno Romberg, two brothers, Charles Shipley Coe and James Mansfield Coe and her parents, John Moreno Coe and Evalyn Shipley Coe.
  She is survived by her daughter, Evalyn Coe Narramore (Lee) and son, Jack Quinton Smith, Jr., two grandchildren, Walter E. �Ward� Narramore (Denise) and Evalyn Lea Herring (Jon), four great-grandsons and numerous nieces and nephews. For many years she was the �matriarch� of her family and was beloved by all.
  Evalyn Grubbs was a life-long resident of Pensacola, graduated from local schools and attended Ward-Belmont College in Nashville. She married Jack Smith in 1944 and spent the earlier years of her marriage as a homemaker. After his death in 1969, she was employed at Pensacola Junior College and Air Products. She married �Bill� Grubbs in 1972 and owned and managed The Clock Shop in the Seville District for several years.
  Ms. Grubbs was active in many social and civic organizations. She was a charter member of the Junior League of Pensacola, was a Life Member of the Presbyterian Women of First Presbyterian Church, was one of the founders of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice and was very active in the Democratic Women�s Club of Escambia and the Democratic Women�s Club of Florida, Inc.
  After a private interment in Bayview Memorial Park, there will be a memorial service at 12 noon at the First Presbyterian Church, 33 E. Gregory St., on Friday, June 13. Visitation will be on Thursday, June 12, from 5:00-7:00 PM at Waters & Hibbert Funeral Home, 124 W. Gregory St.
  The family wishes to express their appreciation to Covenant Hospice and to Dr. Megumi Maguchi, MD.
Note:   EVALYN9 COE SMITH GRUBBS (John Moreno8, John McClay7, Dr. William Cecil6,


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