Margaret Pauline Woy
1948

MISS WOY, LEADER IN BPW CLUB, DIES
Was Member of Centenary, Active for Many Years in Civic and Social Affairs


    Miss Margaret Pauline Woy,  treasurer of the Chattanooga Business and
Professional Womenıs Club and an employee of the United Hosiery Mills, died
at a local hospital early Thursday morning.
A member of
Centenary Methodist Church , Miss Woy resided in the Monroe
Apartments, She was active in local social and civic affairs for many years.
A daughter of the late Margaret and Charles W. Woy of this city she is
survived by three brothers, Joe W. Woy of Hixson and Charles W. and Paul R.
Woy, Chattanooga and by three sisters, Mrs. R. H. Brown Jr. and Mrs. Fred
Coffelt, Chattanooga, and Mrs. Clyde Bussell, Lexington, Ky.
Funeral service will be held from the Centenary Methodist Church today at 3
p.m., with Dr. Bachman G. Hodge officiating. Interment will be in
Forest
Hills
Cemetery
.
Active pallbearers will be her nephews, Wesley Brown, Harry Brown, Charles
Hardy Woy Charles Lee Woy Edgar Woy and Hoyt Bonds Jr. Honorary pallbearers
will be members of the Conley-Platt Sunday School Class of the Centenary and
the business and Professional Womenıs Club and the Wesleyan Service Guild.
The
Chattanooga Times, July 16, 1948.

Submitted by Claudia O'Leary
coleary@thefloridacatholic.org