Edna Mae (La Fevre) Coover - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Edna Mae (La Fevre) Coover

Born August 12, 1926

Edna Mae (La Fevre) Coover, age 88, of New Castle, DE, passed away peacefully on Monday, January 12, 2015.

Born in Sommervile, NJ on August 12, 1926, Mrs. Coover was the daughter of the late Edward LaFevre and Veronica Helfui LaFevre. She was a talented homemaker who devoted her life to caring for her family.

A true bargain hunter, Mrs. Coover enjoyed visiting local yard sales where she could spend hours hunting for unique treasures. She operated her own table at the New Castle Farmer’s Market for 25 years. Above all else, Mrs. Coover was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother who adored spending time with her loved ones and be will be very dearly missed.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Frederick J. Coover and a daughter, Joan McCord. Mrs. Coover is survived by her children, Judith Coover, James Coover (Beth), Jerome Coover (Kristen), John Coover, Sr. (Jeanne), Joseph Coover (Dawn), Jacqueline Estep (Michael), Joyce Thomas (Tim); caregivers, Joyce Ward and David Johnson; many grandchildren; and many great grandchildren.

A funeral service will be held at 11 am on Monday morning, January 19, 2015, at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 N. DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE, where a visitation for family and friends will be held from 10 am until 11 am. Interment will follow in Gracelawn Memorial Park, 2220 N. DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to Seasons Hospice of Delaware, 220 Continental Drive, Ste. 101, Newark, DE 19713.


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9 Condolences for Edna Mae (La Fevre) Coover

  • Rest easy now Mom Mom…you are at peace with Pop Pop now. Stay the fiesty trooper you were. We love you and miss you!

    Tina, Jim, & JJ

  • I Knew Edna For Many Many Years. She was a great Friend & Neighbor.Always Remembered the Times She Drove Us to School in Her 65 Impala.& We use to Hang out In the Morning Before School at Her House Pitching Pennies, nickles, dimes & Quarters so We Had Extra Money for Lunch. RIP EDNA. U Were a Great Friend & Neighbor….

  • If tears could build a stairway,
    and memories a lane, I’d walk
    right up to heaven and bring you
    home again.

    Rest easy sweet Mom-Mom
    You will be missed by many

    We Love you,
    Krissy, Paul, Michael, Alicia, Mason, Dylan & Brooke

  • Edna-My thoughts and memories of you will always be a part of my life. I will always remember the bargains that you found, that kept all of the us with stuff on our tables.
    The OC trips and the AC trip we made to the slots.

    You made the spaghetti with stuffed meatballs:)

    You will be missed by all. We all need an angel and we are very lucky that we have you!

    BTW-when you see my mom-tell her- I miss her!

    May you RIP!
    Love you always!

  • To all the family and loves. We are sorry to hear of your moms passing. Our hearts and prayers go out to you. Our deepest sympathy.
    Sam and sue Wilson

  • Sorry I won´t be in the USA to say goodbye to Aunt Edna or visit my cousins.

  • Rest in peace Edna, I wish I had got to see you more over the years. I did and always will consider you my mother in law.
    I’m sure Fred was waiting for you with a smile.
    The memories that will stay with me is your love of the beach, the pool and your delicious fudge, Swiss steak & your stuffed meatballs in addition to all the memories created over the years as my mother in law & Mom Mom to Tina & Tony.
    Rest in peace, god speed.

  • Oh my , A fun person has lifted from earth . my yankee candle `s are burning today she gave me so .many . I feel very fortunate to have gotten to know her , she will forever be a part of my heart !!! I pray for peace , for the family . If you all need any thing Jackie has my number RIP

  • So sorry to hear of the passing of Ms. Coover. I got to know her while working with her as one of my patients in a nursing home. She was one of my first patients, when I was still “wet behind the ears” as a fresh graduate. Her being so sweet and kind helped to allay my anxiety of working for the first time out of school. I’ll always remember Ms. Edna. Please accept my deepest condolences, and may the “God of all comfort” provide you with peace during this difficult time. – 2 Corinthians 1:3