Obituary for Lavie Young Coltrane

Obituary for Lavie Young Coltrane

Lavie Young Coltrane, 90, of Draper peacefully passed away at home surrounded by her loving family on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 in Wythe County. She was born November 15, 1929 in Pulaski County and was the daughter of Claude S. Young and Lucy Ann Carr Young. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Jerry K. Coltrane, by two brothers, Kenneth and Roy A. Young, and her sisters, Daphne McCormick, Marie Dillon and Evelyn Quesenberry and a daughter, Linda Kinzer Busick. Lavie was a retired seamstress and retired from Greenlawn Classics in Wytheville.

Lavie is survived by her loving family, including her daughter, Sue Kinzer, Draper, son-in-law, John O. Busick, III of Madison, N.C.

Grandchildren: Leslie Friddle, Suzanne Kinney, Kevin, Kenny and Gary Hurst.

Great-grandchildren Kelly and Kyle Epperly, Katie Spencer, Brittney Surratt, Amanda Hovencamp, Abigail and Audrey Hurst, Kasey, Chase and Garrett Kinney; step-grandchildren Victoria, Houston and Katelyn Friddle.

Great-great-grandchildren: Ella Hovencamp, RaeLynn and Emerson Surratt; step-great-great-grandchildren Kolton Pascal and Macy Friddle. Several nieces also survive her.

Stevens Funeral Home, Pulaski, Virginia is in charge of the arrangements. Chaplain Jason Kline will be officiating and John O. Buick, III will present the eulogy. Pallbearers will be Kevin, Kenny and Gary Hurst, Kelly and Kyle Epperly and Timmy Friddle. Visitation, service and burial will be private. Burial will be at the Draper’s Valley Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Pulaski County.