Zachary Thomas Coffield
Passed away on March 18, 2020
Zachary Thomas Coffield, age 45, entered the gates of Heaven at 7:15 AM on March 18, 2020 after a courageous battle with Non Hodgkin’s T-Cell Lymphoma. He is survived by his wife of 19 years (high school sweethearts since the age of 14 and 16), Angie Godwin Coffield and his daughter, Chloe Rocklyn Coffield (11). He is also survived by his parents, Thomas and Sharon Coffield, his sister, Tonya Coffield Myers (Chris) and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, in-laws, cousins, and friends.
Zachary was a loving husband, father, friend to so many, and an incredibly creative designer of natural stone (StoneMasonryWork.com), where he used his God gifted talents to create many beautiful pieces of Art. He was a man who was generous with his love, time, and attention to details. He will always be remembered for his infectious smile and laid back demeanor.
A long time resident of Bluff Park, Alabama, he graduated from Pelham High School in 1992 and attended Auburn University. Zachary loved playing golf (extremely proud of his 2 Hole in Ones), the Auburn Tigers, and being with family that he gave his unconditional love to every day of his life.
In light of the COVID-19 restriction, a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date (to be announced).
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made for Chloe’s educational fund. Checks can be made payable to Chloe Rocklyn Coffield and sent to the following address: P.O. Box 381044 Birmingham, Alabama 35238
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Zachary Thomas Coffield
March 26, 2020
Zac and I spent four months together in the late summer and fall of 2018 working on my back patio project. We talked golf, college football and raising daughters. His stonework was artistry and I very much appreciated his perfectionism. He insisted I ride with him to Oneonta to pick out the stone - so I did. He had an attention to detail and care for his clients that is hard to find these days. He needed one last capstone for a column and couldn't find what he wanted locally, so he traveled back to Oneonta to get the perfect piece. He wanted it to be right. I needed a stone mason and I found a friend. I'm going to miss him.
Angie, Chloe and family - My deepest sympathies for your loss. Zac was a good man and I know he was a good husband, dad and family member. I pray for your comfort and peace during this difficult time.
Doug and Vicki Weyerbacher
March 23, 2020
We have known Zachary since he was born. He was always a wonderful and talented person. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. He will be missed very much!
March 21, 2020
Was and still my favorite uncle. I would like to thank Uncle Zach for giving me my video game addiction. I remember Alanna and I, when we were younger, trying to beat frogger on his Playstation 1 and Super Mario Brothers on our GameBoy Colors, we would hand our toys over to him because he was better than us at the video games. I like to think he was the starting drive for Alanna and I to become better by working hard and putting time into what we love. Whether it be video games, stone work, or being a better spouse, he showed us at a young age how to be passionate. For that, I can not thank him enough. You will be missed but never forgotten. Love you Big Zach
March 21, 2020
He was a great guy, always smiling and looking out for other people. He could always be counted on to help someone in need. He will be missed by all that knew him.
March 20, 2020
I had the pleasure of having Zach as a patient. He was always kind and upbeat no matter what problem came his way. Angie and the family are in my prayers.
March 19, 2020
Zach will be really missed, he was a great friend to me and my wife Leslie and we will always cherish the times we had together. He had such a positive outlook for all the years that he had to deal with this. He made me laugh so much that it was such a pleasure to be with him. Zach and Angie were perfect together and you could always count on laughing a lot when Zach would get Angie laughing it was so infectious! Just know that you will be missed.