Mary Margaret (Corea) Blevins
Wednesday 24th of November 2021
Mary Margaret (Corea) Blevins, 84 of Lexington, KY, formally of Williamson, WV and Huntington WV, passed away on November 24, 2021. She was born in Williamson, WV in 1937 to Frank and Maggie Corea.
Mary Margaret attended Main Building Grade School and graduated from Williamson High School in 1955. There she was a member of the thespian club. She was a very active member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church and actively supported Sacred Heart Catholic School. In 1959 she married the love of her life Jack Blevins and they shared 62 loving years together. After marrying, they lived in Huntington, WV until Jack graduated from Marshall University. In Huntington she worked as a telephone operator for ten years, until they moved back to Williamson where she owned and operated a family business the “Cold Spot’s”. Mary Margaret was a member of the Williamson Bridge Club, Tug Valley Country Club and was a loving mother to her 4 children. She was very active volunteering as a member of the Williamson High School Boosters Club throughout her children’s time at Williamson High.
After living in Williamson for many years, they returned to Huntington where they resided until moving to Lexington KY in 2004. She became a member of The Cathedral of Christ the King. She is preceded in death by her parents, brother, Frank Corea, sister, Annie Corea, in-laws, David and Angelina Blevins, Clyde and Lou Ann Brewer, and niece, Sheila Blevins. Mary Margaret is survived by her husband Jack T. Blevins Sr., children, Tomi Anne (Royce) Pulliam, Teri (Mario) Moceri, Jack (Veronica) Blevins, Tina (Jim) Pellechia, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law Linda Corea, Bill, Barbara and Don Blevins, grandchildren Mia Pulliam, Maggie Pulliam, Christian Blevins, Brice (Cate) Kreiger, and Savannah Pellechia, nephews and nieces, Frank (Bethany) Corea III, Annamaria Corea, Monica (Tim) Holt, Amy Gaamp, Walter, Dirk, Lee and Phil Blevins, Rick and Mary Kay Brewer, great nephews, Alex (Morgan) Holt and Nate Holt, great grandchildren, Beckett and Lilly Gray and numerous extended family members. Mary Margaret will be missed dearly by her family and all who knew her.
Funeral Mass will take place on Friday, March 18, 2022 at 11 am, Cathedral of Christ the King. Interment will be at Camp Nelson National Cemetery in Nicholasville, KY.
Memorial contributions may be made to Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 160 West Fourth Avenue, Williamson, WV 25661, the Central Kentucky American Heart Association, 354 Waller Ave., Lexington, KY 40504, or the Lexington Cancer Foundation, 1504 College Way, Lexington, Ky. 40502.
Dear Friends, I am so sorry to hear of Mary Margaret's passing. I will always remember her laugh and how much she loved her children; she was an awesome mother.! My prayers are with all of you!
Tomi Anne and family, I am sorry for your loss. I remember your mom and how nice she was. My thoughts and prayers are with you. CAS
Jack and Family; I am so sorry to hear of ‘Maggie Margaret’s passing. This is the name my daughter (Leslie) gave her when she and Tina played as little girls. I pray for Comfort and Peace for each of you during this sad time. Your entire family was so special to us. ❤️ Jackie Honaker-Davis
Each and every time I hear the name Mary Margaret no matter where I am, regardless who I’m with my soul lights up thinking of this lady. The laughter, the love, family time, always brings me back to a time when Mary ,Jack and family were our neighbors. We ate together, played together and just plain enjoyed life together. I love Mary Margaret. I will miss her infectious laugh and encouraging words. I look forward to celebrating her life in the spring Jack, Tomi Ann, Teri ,Tina and Jackie my prayers are with you.
Mark Edward Maddoxsays
She was a wonderful woman! So sad she is no longer with us but I'm sure she is in a better place. God her and her family.
I remember you Mother a a very kind loving person. She sent me soup after my surgery in 2009 and checked up on me with Donna many times. I know she will be sorely missed by all her family and all that knew her. May God’s peace and love strengthen you through your grief. Love Glenn C Gordon (GG)