OBITUARY

Coy LaVell Marsden

October 15, 1983May 30, 2017
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MARDSEN, Coy LaVell At age 33, Coy “coyfish” Marsden was involved in a tragic motorcycle accident on May 30, 2017 in El Mirage AZ. He was born on October 15, 1983 in Salt Lake, Utah and grew a passion for motorcycles. He graduated from U.T.I in Avondale, AZ and earned certificates in motorcycles, Big Rigs, Small Rigs and refrigeration repair. Coy is survived by his fiancé AubryAna, daughters Kairi, Evelynn and unborn baby girl Saylor. He also leaves behind his mother and step father Darla and Darrel Archer, father Steven Marsden, grandparents Linda and Tom Archer, and numerous family members, biker family, and dear friends. Coy loved his family, friends, riding his motorcycle and was known as the “Wheelie King”. He carried a big heart and will be remembered for always helping others. He will be greatly missed but will live on forever in our hearts. RIDE IN PARADISE COYFISH, “Wheelies”. Celebration of life will be held June 24, 2017 at 10:00am located at Vineyard Church in Peoria, AZ. Committal service to follow at Resthaven cemetery. Please visit www.chapelofthechimesmortuary.com

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  • Celebration of Life

    Saturday, June 24, 2017

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Bri Marsden

June 26, 2017

I miss you more than anything in this world you were taken from me so soon & life will never be the same without you. I wish this was a nightmare I could wake up from! I need my other half I love you my handsome coyfish! Only yours & forever

Glenda & James Rowland

June 22, 2017

God Bless all of you during this time of saying goodbye and the months ahead. In viewing the photos that were posted, what a treasure box of memories you have. Our prayers are with you.

Rachel Minetto

June 22, 2017

My heart breaks every time I think about you leaving this world :( You were taken way to soon. My heart is with your family xoxo

Louis Houck

June 13, 2017

Coy,
Hey Mr., it's hard to write in this book...because it is our good-bye to you... and it shouldn't be this soon ! I wish it wasn't so,especially after just seeing you for such a blessed and happy occasion as finding out you're gonna be a daddy again to another beautiful daughter (Saylor) and us grandparents again. Thank you for taking care and loving my babygirl the way you did and being such a great daddyfish to Evelynn (They both loved you so much and you could see it in their eyes when they looked at you and you at them) a blessing to not only them, but to us all ! You will be truly missed by Teri and I !!! Until we see each other again....

Karen Hawn

June 13, 2017

Grandpa and I send our love. We are so sorry for your loss. We will miss Coy. We won't be able to attend his service but pray God will comfort you during this difficult time.

Bri Marsden

June 12, 2017

God I miss you! You gave me the best years of my life! I will NEVER forget you and all of the amazing memories we have shared together. I will get justice for you my love! I will never stop! #wheeliesinparadisecoyfish #theloveofmylife #ripcoy #daddyfish

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Blake Chicoine

June 11, 2017

Coy.... you were literally the very first "rider" in the bike community that I was introduced to... who knew that over 3 years later how things would change and turn out? You and your beautiful family- your wifey Bri and your daughter(s)/ welcomed me with open arms... even through some messed up situations- you remained a true, loyal constant friend. I don't think I would be in such a good place with friends if it wasn't for you, your kindness, and love of motorcycles all those years ago. I will NEVER, ever forget your compassion and humor; the fun nights we had at the house parties, Thursday night rides, "can" collectIng, to then watching you and Bri's relationship evolve into a true MARRIAGE of understanding, friendship, passion, love and most importantly, FAMILY. Because my dear brother- for you truly are a brother to so many of us in this bike community- I have to thank you; thank you for showing me what it really means to have a passion for something so intensely, for showing me what true love could and should look like, and mostly for showing me what FAMILY really means. I will never forget your prescence in my life- anyone can easily see the depth of your touch on so, so many lives. I promise you, brother, that I will do whatever it is I can to ensure that your baby girls- all three of them- never go a day without knowing what an amazing and incredible father they have... we will take care of the beautiful family you leave behind. Thank you- Coy and Bri- for allowing me to even be a part of your lives... it has been a much- needed blessing my life has desperately yearned for.... I love you both so much, and I will be here... no matter what. #RideInParadise #Coyfish #WheelieKing

June 11, 2017

I love you my sweet boy. Your dad and I will miss you forever. You will always live forever in our hearts and our soul. Love you mom and pops.

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