Chol Motley

Chol Motley

Williamsburg, VA
04.08.1944 - 11.07.2018
Birthplace
Korea

Chol Motley, 74, passed away on November 7, 2018 in Williamsburg.  She was the widow of Jerry Steve Motley.

She was a member of the Virginia Korean United Methodist church. For many years she worked at Churchland Cleaner. Chol was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother.

She is survived by her son Steven Motley and his wife Ashley of Williamsburg; 3 grandchildren, Riley, Colby and Tyler, as well as many other family members living in South Korea.

A Memorial Service will be held on Sunday November 11, 2018 5 PM at the Virginia Korean United Methodist Church, 5701 Lee Farm Ln. Suffolk, VA 23435, service and fellowship to follow. All floral contributions may be sent to the church.The family is being assisted by Baker-Foster Funeral Home. Online condolences may be registered at www.RWBakerFH.com 
 

 
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Virginia Korean United Methodist Church
5701 Lee Farm Ln.
Suffolk, VA 23435
United States

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I am so sorry to hear about your mother. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers! Please let us know if you need anything.
Love,
THE VAN FAUSSIENS

The Van Faussiens

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Please let your baseball family know if you need anything.

The Deciano/Bassett Family

"The loss of a Mother can never be replaced, but the love of a Mother can never be lost. "(Kelly Flannery)
Ms Ahn will be deeply missed at Greenfield. Sending thoughts of strength and comfort your way during you time of bereavement.

Rheila Johnson, Wellness Asst, Greenfield Senior Living, Williamsburg

My sincere condolences goes out to the family during this difficult time. May you find a measure of comfort in God's promise at Revelation 21:3,4 where we look forward to a time when there will be no more pain and death any more.

Hope

So sorry for your loss. She will be greatly missed. She was my spicy girl and I loved her dearly. Rest in peace.

Nikesha Drewery

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