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Mollie Sue Adams Cothren
February 26, 1945 - August 24, 2021
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Visitation
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home
3800 N. Big Spring St
Midland, Texas 79705
Thursday 8/26, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Service
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Chapel
Friday 8/27, 11:00 am

Mollie Sue Adams Cothran of Odessa, TX passed away on August 24, 2021 after a heroic 2 ½ year battle with pancreatic cancer. Mollie is survived by her beloved husband of 56 years, Ray Cothran; son Chad Cothran and his wife Jan of Dallas, TX; son Jason and his wife Karen, grandson Cooper, and granddaughter …
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Ken and Donna Cronenworth left a message on August 27, 2021:
It was a beautiful service. We wish circumstances would have permitted us to be there. One of the greatest joys we had while living on Village Way, was having Mollie and Ray as friends and neighbors. The Cothran family will always have a place in our hearts.
Anne Ledbetter left a message on August 26, 2021:
To Mollie's loved ones: it was such a joy to us to serve Mollie sandwiches (and coffee with LOTS of creamer). She was special! We are so sorry for your loss.
Rodger & Karen Crawford left a message on August 25, 2021:
We are truly sorry for your loss. Mollie was a dear friend and neighbor. We will miss her kind words and sweet smile. She was a real fighter and trooper and continued to give us HOPE. In Deepest Sympathy. Love and Prayers sent to the Family.
Crystal Lyon (Alexander) left a message on August 25, 2021:
Poly, Chad, Jason and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. I worked with Mollie 25 years ago, but I still thought of her often and loved her very much. The first year I worked at Nurses Unlimited I was 19 years old. I didn't have a boyfriend then, so on Valentine's Day, Mollie sent me flowers "anonymously" so that I wouldn't be the only girl in the office who didn't get flowers that day. It meant the world to me and I think about it every year. Mollie and I had lunch from time to time over the years and I loved running into her randomly because I knew we would spend an hour standing right where we were catching up. One of the things I knew for sure about Mollie is that she loved "her boys" and she was so proud of all of you. I sure will miss her. Praying for peace that surpasses understanding. God is good and His plans are always best.
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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