Harriett Coghill Tate, 69, of Gum Spring, went to her forever home on Tuesday February 18th, 2020. She was born September 15th, 1950, preceded in death by her parents Garland and Evelyn Coghill, and sister Nancy Koenig. Survivors include her husband of 46 years, Ronald Tate, daughter Christine Sprouse (Brent), granddaughter Katelyn, grandson Carson, and numerous family and friends.
Harriett was beautiful, caring, and hardworking. She dedicated her life to her family and friends. She enjoyed going to church, and she loved to cook and spend time with her beloved grandchildren and dog Bailey.
Family and Friends will gather to celebrate her life on Sunday, February 23rd, 2020 at 3pm, at Ragland Baptist Church, 2838 Sandy Hook Rd. Goochland, 23063.
Arrangements by Affinity Funeral Service-Richmond Chapel.
My friend let me tell you about my day
My friend thanks you for your warm smiles, they will stay in my heart all the rest of my days
My friend your acceptance of my faults is unlike any other
My friend your compassion and joy are just like your smile contagious.
My friend your voice of encouragement has lifted me past some hard days.
My friend your warm embrace and reassuring positive outlook cannot be replaced.
My friend you leaving today has left me empty of words.
My friend let me tell you that you will be missed each day.
My friend until we meet again let the tides of time easy the pain of the day.
Harriett, all of your friends who worked with you, past and present are really going to miss you! We all worked together for so long it was like we were family! You will always hold a special place in my heart. I will miss you.
To all of Harriett’s family and friends, I would like to send my condolences to you all during this difficult time. I worked with Harriett at Infilco for several years. She was always so sincere, sweet, and real. I loved our talks. Boy how she loved her family, especially her grandchildren! I know she will be greatly missed. God has been given a special Angel. Rest in Peace sweet Harriett.
Sending condolences and prayers to family and friends of such a dear, sweet lady.
I have lovely memories of Harriet. We were neighbors and best buds in 8th grade, and remained close throughout HS. She hosted my Sweet Sixteen birthday party. We lost touch about thirty years ago. I always hoped I’d find her on facebook but never did. My heartfelt condolences to her family.
Harriet you were a light and shining star to all who knew you. You never passed judgement on others and always knew the truth in others.. Thanks for the short time we really got to know each other.. You were one of a kind. Now you have your wings.
Harriet was one of the sweetest people I have ever known. She would do anything for anybody and she was a true friend. I have known Harriet for over 20 years and we worked together in a couple of different places. My heart goes out to her husband and her daughter and her grandchildren. I know that she loved them all very much and I know this has left a huge hole in their family. But I also know that Harriet was a believer in God and she now rests in the arms of her Jesus. During her lifetime she had many struggles but now she is at peace and although she will be severely missed, we take comfort in knowing that she is now healed and whole in her Heavenly home. Therefore, we know that if we cling to our faith, someday we will see her again.