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JOHN COKER John Coker, 89, passed away Thursday, December 20, 2018, at home after a lengthy illness. He was a U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force veteran who served during the Korean War. He worked at the Nevada Test Site for many years. He was preceded in death by his wife, Anita; and son, Erik. John is survived by his son, John; daughters, Lisa, Suzy, and Donna; plus many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services will be at 1:20 p.m. Wed., Jan. 9, at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 1900 Veterans Memorial Dr., Boulder City, NV 89005.

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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on Jan. 6, 2019.
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January 9, 2019
From the moment I met Jack, he showed me nothing but kindness, and we became friends right away. We spent many nights, sitting up just talking, Jack , you will be dearly missed my friend, I love.. Rest in peace...
Debbie Hart
January 9, 2019
John was a wonderful man and will be missed by many. Prayers to his family at this difficult time.
Colleen Good
January 9, 2019
I've known Coker for a long time working with him at the NTS. He was the go to guy at fleet ops. A car guy we traded parts back and forth. Good people like Coker are few and far between. He knew me as Ozzie. Our family will remember him forever Jim and Faye Osburn
James Osburn
January 7, 2019
Our sincerest condolences to his family. He will be missed by many.
Ben Archibeque
January 7, 2019
Although i only knew him for a short time, i will miss him forever. He called me his guardian angel, now i hope he can be mine. Rest in Peace Jack.
Rebecca Mendoza-Murray
January 6, 2019
May the god of all comfort strengthen the family of John Coker during this time of deep sorrow. Those who pass on God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes. My sincerest condolences. Psalm 116:15
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