Edward Michael Coy

February 4, 1947February 1, 2019

Edward Michael Coy, age 71, passed away February 1, 2019 at Houston Northwest Medical Center. Edward was born in Meadville, PA and served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War, where he earned the Rifle Sharpshooter Award. Ed’s work history includes G.E., delivery services, sign installation, and Sifco, where he ended his work career plating. Ed retired as soon as he could, to begin a busy retirement, spending his days with friends & family, going to lunch with his daughter, visiting the grandkids or with his one true love, fishing. Ed was preceded in death by his father and mother; George and Mary Jane Coy, as well as his youngest sister, Nina Coy. Those left to mourn his death include his daughter, Kelly Coy (Chase Parker), grandchildren, Kendall and Cooper, sisters Christine Peterson (Ted), Judy Jentgens, brother George “Pat” Coy, uncle David Johnson, nieces Stacy, Carrie, and Kim, nephews Mike, Pat, great-nephews Harry and Caleb, great-nieces Kelsey and Brittany. A service with full military honors is pending. The service date and time will be updated when confirmed. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you donate to the Coastal Conservation Association Texas, The Gary Sinise Foundation, or the charity of your choice.


  • Committal Service Friday, February 22, 2019

Edward Michael Coy

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Audrey Rester

February 11, 2019

Rest easy, Ed. I will always be grateful to you for good memories, but mostly for giving me our daughter. Your smile lives on in Kelly, Kendall, and Cooper. Keith and I enjoyed the times we spent with you and will miss you. Thanks for the laughs and the memories.

Howard Dunn

February 3, 2019

I know your up there looking down at all of us right now .
We are sure going to miss you Cuz.
If it wasn’t for seeing you almost every weekend I don’t think I would have survived the old farm days .
You’ll always have a special place in my heart .
I love ya man,

Tom Dunn

February 3, 2019

Days on the farm provided lots of fun. The hard work was a good relief from other things in life. Who knows....maybe you and "Old Rivers" are swapping stories!