After a valiant four-year battle with Ovarian Cancer, Darlie Andrea (Coffman) Genrich was called to be with the Lord.
Darlie was born on February 20, 1962 to Cloyde (Andy) Coffman and Gwendolyn (Price) Coffman in Indianapolis, Indiana. Darlie lived with her maternal grandmother, Marie (Martin) Hover, and graduated from Broad Ripple High School. Darlie spent the majority of her professional career (over 30 years) working for the Indiana Department of Revenue and was recognized as “Employee of The Year” in 2017.
With her ever-present smile, Darlie made friends wherever she went and was still close with friends that she met in grade school. In 1982, Darlie married Steven Kent Genrich (Stevo) and began a lifelong adventure that would take them from Indiana to Florida, North Carolina, Texas and then back home again to Indiana. They loved traveling and camping with friends and family. Their last adventure took them all the way to Oklahoma City travelling along the Historic Route 66.
Darlie was a proud Mother of her two Daughters (Kerry Henderson and Maggie Genrich) and Grandmother of her three grandchildren (Mason Genrich, Lincoln Henderson and Abigail Genrich).
Throughout her battle with Cancer, Darlie’s faith in Christ remained rock solid. Darlie was quick to say that while she was not ready to die, she wasn’t afraid to die. Darlie felt blessed to share her life with a wonderful husband, to raise her daughters and watch them mature and blossom into beautiful women and to see a glimpse of the amazing future that awaits her grandchildren.
Darlie was preceded in death by her father (Andy Coffman), her mother (Gwendolyn Price) and her grandmother (Marie Hover). Darlie is survived by her husband, Stevo, sisters, Cliffenia Hanning and Mary LaDawn Hanning, children, Kerry (Brent) Henderson and Maggie Genrich, and grandchildren, Mason Genrich, Lincoln Henderson and Abigail Genrich.
The family is planning a Celebration of Life for Darlie in 2024. If you would like to make a contribution in Darlie’s memory, please consider: Donate | ovariancancerin.org