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“Tommy and Annie,I am so sorry for your loss....May God Bless you at this time ”
1 of 12 | Posted by: nancy Staszewski - danbury, CT

“Tommy & Annie, I'm so sorry for your loss. ”
2 of 12 | Posted by: JoAnn Whitfield - Bethel, CT

“God blessed this family with our sweet Aunt Corrine. She was a joy to be around, her smile unmatched and her laughter unmistakable. You will be...Read More »
3 of 12 | Posted by: Andrenna Dorsey - Fort Washington, MD

I will cherish this picture of you on Tommys and I wedding day. xoxox “MY hart is very heavy. I will miss you MOM Coles!!! ”
4 of 12 | Posted by: Annie Coles - Danbury, CT

“Such a beautiful lady inside and out!! ”
5 of 12 | Posted by: Theresa Chikezie - Danbury, CT

“May heart and prayers are with you. She was a beautiful woman of God who will be truly missed.Stay strong in the Lord and be of good courage, as he...Read More »
6 of 12 | Posted by: Wanda Short - Farmington, CT

“My R.I.P ”
7 of 12 | Posted by: Brenda Gibson - Danbury, CT

“Sorry for your loss she was an amazing women that I had the pleasure to call my aunt. May God provide comfort to you all in the time. ”
8 of 12 | Posted by: Rhonda Coles - Lynchburg, VA

“I love you Mommy. ”
9 of 12 | Posted by: Carissa Mayo - Waterbury, CT

“I'm sorry for your loss , may the Lord give you peace in your heart , to know your beautiful mom is pain free and will rest now ”
10 of 12 | Posted by: Connie Harrison - CT

“Your mother will be truly missed she was a inspiration in my life.She was always there for me. I will carry her in my heart always. I will always...Read More »
11 of 12 | Posted by: Betty Miller-Jaynes - Bristol, CT

“We would like to express our sincere condolences to the Coles family. ”
12 of 12 | Posted by: Columbus Sprueill and Family - CT

Corine F. (Bobbitt) Coles, 87 of Danbury, earned her heavenly wings on Tuesday October 11, 2016 at The Hospital for Special Care in New Britain, Connecticut.

Corine was born in Gretna, Virginia on August 1, 1929 the daughter of the late Clifton and Agnes (Kelley) Bobbitt.

Corine was raised in Chatham, Virginia and attended Chatham public schools. After residing in Washington, DC for a few years, she settled in Danbury, Connecticut in 1955. Corine selflessly dedicated her life to her family and their wellbeing. She worked as a laborer once her family was older. She retired from the Risdon Corporation of Danbury in 1993.

Corine was a joyful, caring and kind woman who loved her family and friends. She would never turn away anyone in need. Her personality was one that always attracted others to her. She would light up the room wherever she was.

As a child, she was known to be energetic and always the center of attention. Her vivaciousness earned her the nickname of "Frisky" which, over time, shortened to "Frisk" or "Fris". Even in her later life, she was still lovingly referred to as "Frisk" or "Fris" by some friends and family.

Corine had many interests over the years; one of her favorites being entertaining and cooking. Loving to entertain and socialize, Corine's warm personality always made it easy for her many friends and family to feel welcomed and special…making her home the regular gathering place. She also enjoyed playing poker with family and friends. Her "Poker Face" won her many a game. She was a winner…in so many ways.

Corine leaves behind to cherish her memory, her beloved children, Sandra L. (Edric) Bates, Carissa L. (Craig) Mayo and W. Thomas (Annie), Coles, Jr. the apples of her eye, her grandchildren Careema Mayo, Shalaya Mayo, Jordon McAlpine and Haley Coles, one sister; Louise Potter of Miami Florida, several nieces, including special niece Barbara J. Willie, nephews, cousins, honorary grandchildren, extended family and friends. Mrs. Coles was predeceased by one son, Wayne M. Coles, sisters, Elmer Stephens, Nannie J. Potter, Odell Miller, L. Arlene Coles, `Ruth Bittle, Willardine Logan, bothers, Haywood, Clyde and Charles Bobbitt.