Cathy Ann Stockton Copley


Cathy Ann Stockton Copley, 63, of Metropolis, died Monday, July 15, 2019 at Massac Memorial Hospital in Metropolis.

Born March 28, 1956 in Williamson County, Mrs. Copley was a graduate of Shawnee Community College, where she received her licensed practical nurses training. She had been employed at Massac Memorial Hospital in Metropolis as well as the office of Dr. Bharat Patel. Mrs. Copley also worked at Active Day, an adult day care facility, in Paducah.

For many years, she worked for TIP Home Health Care and later TIP Hospice.

Since 2016, Mrs. Copley has been employed by United Energy Worker's Healthcare, located in Lone Oak, Kentucky.

She was of the Baptist faith.

Survivors include her mother, Frances Bullock Stockton Rohrer of Metropolis; three sons, Joel James Michael Copley, Timothy Andrew Copley and Jeremy Dean Marshall Copley; eight grandchildren; two brothers, Raymond Stockton and Riley Stockton and wife Pat; two sisters, Zetta Mae Stockton Davidson and Leona Rader and husband Jim; one brother-in-law, Dane Clark and wife Anita; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 44 years, Herbert Timothy "Tim" Copley; her father, Eldon Leon Stockton; two sisters, Madonna Stockton Odum and Opal Dianne Stockton Clark; and two nephews, James Rader and Jacob Clark.

Funeral service was held Friday at Bailey Funeral Home in Vienna with Pastor Frank Forthman officiating.

Inurnment will be in the Kerley Cemetery in the Flatwoods community.

Memorials may be made to New Hope Baptist Church, 6408 New Columbia Rd., Belknap, IL 62908.

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