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Phillipp Stewart Coy

April 22, 1951January 1, 2021
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Celebrating the life of Phillipp Stewart Coy. Phillipp was born on April 22, 1951 in Monette, Arkansas to Thomas Aaron (T.A.) and Patricia Ann Coy. He was the 3rd of their six children. Phill served his country in the U. S. Army from 1970 to 1976 and attained the rank of SP5. He received the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal with 60 Device, Vietnam Service Medal with 1 Bronze Service Star, Army Commendation Medal, and 2 Overseas Service Bars. Phillipp married Pamella Sue Smith on November 10, 1973 at Overland Pentecostal Church in Overland, MO. Out of this union they were blessed with four children. Phillipp and Pamella raised their family in St. Charles County, MO. before moving to Crosby, TX in 2015. He retired from Yellow Freight in 2013 after 38 years of service and enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, traveling, playing games, and gardening for the past seven years. Phill was a Teamster, Mason, and member of the VFW Galmey, MO. He was a passionate, loving, friendly, and honest servant leader. Phillipp was preceded in death by his parents, Patricia and Thomas Aaron “T.A.” Coy; Mother-in-law Leona Smith; Father-in-law Arthur Smith and Sister-in-law Dolores Mills. He is survived by his wife Pamella Coy; Sons, Phillipp D. Coy, Aaron Coy and David Coy and wife Sarah; Daughter Michelle Luff and husband Kurtis; Grandchildren, Caleb Coy, Kurtis Charles Luff, Devin Coy, Kadince Luff, David L. Coy, Thomas Coy, Elizabeth Coy, Reaghan Coy, Gavin Luff, and Aiden Coy; Brothers, Gary Coy and wife Akemi, Buford (Rusty) Coy and wife Thelda; Sisters, Susan Barringer, Tamathea (Kathy) Williams and husband Dennis, Stephany Montecinos; Sister-in-laws, Linda Wolfe and Beverly Steveson; Brother-in-law, Steve Mills; and many nieces and nephews. A Celebration of Life for Phillipp will be held at 2:00PM on Friday, January 8, 2021 at Earthman Baytown Funeral Home, 3919 Garth Rd. Baytown, Texas 77521, Pastor Keenan Smith to Officiate. A visitation will be held 1 hour prior. Phillipp’s remains will be interred at a later date.

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Sheila Zwilling

January 8, 2021

To all the family,
I care about what you are feeling now & in the days ahead. I'm keeping you in my prayers. As God promised Psalm 46:1 He is your refuge and strength. Matthew 5:4, John 14:18 Your comforter. John 14:27 Will give you peace.

I thank God for uniting Phil with you Pam for many reasons. You both truly are one in so many ways. Your marriage put him on the same path of life as me for 47 years being a great friend & considered as family just like you have been for 54 years.

So many reasons over the years to appreciate & love Phil. To name a few...his caring heart, listening ears & silly wit that would make me crack a smile through sad tears. Most of all his love shown in his actions/ heard in his words for God & each of you....Pam, kids, grandkids, sisters, brothers, in-laws, parents, nieces, nephews & others.

Through the years my mom has always said,
" Phil is one of the good ones" He sure is!!

Believing in Jesus Christ as our Savior puts Phil in our future. His spirit lives now in my heart & memories. So I will just say, "Phil so long for now until I see you again. Luv Ya"

Scott Smith

January 6, 2021

Pam,
There are few people that we've met that we could say we've had more respect for than Phil. We only knew him for about three years but we immediately liked him and grew to trust and depend on him if we ever needed any help. He helped us install our fence and he worked circles around Scott. He was there every morning early, before Scott had his coffee, and was there every day until it was finished. He was Scotts poker buddy but he always made him mad because he usually beat him. We enjoyed having dinner at the club house with the two of you and hope we can continue doing that so we can talk about his life and how much he was loved. We will miss him dearly as I'm sure many will. Listen to God he will guide you forward.
Bless you and your family, Scott and Sherry Smith

Georgie Geist

January 6, 2021

We only meet phil a few times i remember him as being fun and kind he was a sweet man he always helped me when we played cards ill truly miss him he was a great man and I know he really loved his family My husband and I will miss him. Pam im truly sorry for your loss y'all made a perfect couple love Georgi e Luff Geist & Dan Geist.

John Banocy

January 5, 2021

My condolences to you Pam and your entire family. I always thought Phil was the best thing that ever happened to you. My prayers are with you all.

Rachel Miller

January 4, 2021

Dear Coy Family,
I am so sad to hear of Phil's passing. He was always so kind and funny and I know he will be sorely missed. Sending my love and prayers at this very difficult time.
Thoughtfully, Rachel Miller💞

Dennis Wiggins

January 4, 2021

Pam,

Pat and I wish to extend our deepest sympathies and condolences to you and your family. We will continue to lift all of you up in prayer; that God will grant each of you strength and peace in this time of tragic loss.

Please do not hesitate to call upon us if there is anything at all that we can do for you in this time of sadness and bereavement.

Dennis and Patricia Wiggins

Pat and Don Siewing

January 4, 2021

Pam and Family,
Our hearts go out to you all in the loss of Phill. You all have been in our thoughts and prayers every day he was in the hospital and we will continue to keep you all close in prayer. May your faith, the love of family and friends and the memories of Phill bring you comfort and peace. Peace and Blessings, Don and Pat ❤️🙏🏻

Donna Dorough

January 4, 2021

Pam and family: I remember Phil from the halls of HHS. Life certainly is not fair.
While there are no words to ease your pain, I hope your memories will bring you comfort.
Donna (Kelly) Dorough

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