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Charles Robert Coe

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The passing of Charles Robert Coe “Chuck”, will not be a sad event to add to September 11th, instead, it will be a reminder of the time spent with a loving husband, dedicated father, and loyal friend.  Chuck passed with the three people that he loved most by his side in Goodyear, AZ where he retired with Mary (his wife) in 2016.

As the youngest of four children and the only boy, Chuck was born in Wichita, Kansas.  At the age of five, the family moved to Grand Junction, Colorado where they made a home.  Chuck graduated from Grand Junction High School in 1969, and then from Mesa College in 1976 with a Bachelors of Science in Geology.  Early in his career, he worked as a geologist in southwestern Colorado, followed by 25 years in construction in the Eagle Valley. He loved classic cars, golfing with his friends, reading, and watching his son (Zach) play baseball and golf. He will be deeply missed by those who knew and loved him.

There will not be a service at this time but a celebration of life is planned for summer of 2019 in the Eagle Valley of Colorado.

14 Comments on “Charles Robert Coe

  1. We are truly saddened and so sorry to hear about Chuck moving on to his next adventure . We wish the whole family all the best in the healing and the future.
    Dudley & CJ Pinion

  2. Zach and Mary
    Les and I are so sorry to hear this. Chuck was a great man and friend. Prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.
    Les & Shelly Ware

  3. Mary and Zach, it saddens me to hear this news. Please know that you are both in my trouts and prayers at this time. I will always remember his smile and dry sense of humor. Take care and know your Colorado family loves you

  4. I know Chuck is in a better place but hope for you healing and great memories. A hug is coming your way 😔

  5. We are truly sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing our thoughts and prayers are with you and Zach during this dificult time.

    Cindie & Wayne Nelson

  6. To the family sorry for your loss. I will never forget Chuck, my early years in life working for him and all the fun and advise he had given me. A totally huge loss to the world.

  7. Mary and Zach, I know that there are no words to help ease the heartache. Chuck could always put a smile on my face, and he will always hold a very special place in my heart. Please be kind to yourselves, and when the time is right, I know you will embrace all of the memories. Sending huge hugs, and lots of love to you both.

  8. I know you will see him again. Chuck was a great guy. Still remember the opportunity I had to go to Houston with him, Brubaker and Warmenhoven for the Home Builders show. Man Chuck could snore!! My condolences to Mary and Zach on Chuck’s passing

  9. Mary & Zach, I was so sad to read the news about Chuck in the Daily. Then I realized how lucky I was to meet him probably back in the late 80’s. He had a great demeanor, sense of humor, and smile. I’m remembering the old haunts like Winterhawk, The Tack Room, and fond memories of you & Chuck at flight days. He will truly be missed by all who were lucky enough to have known him. Consider this: nothing would be the same if you did not exist. Every place you have ever been and everyone you have ever spoken to would be different without you. We are all connected, and we are all affected by the decisions and even the existence of those around us. With sincere sympathy to you and your family. Pls. keep in touch RE: his CELEBRATION OF LIFE. Annie & Pete Brenner, Luke & Brady Lemon

  10. I knew Chuck as “Charlie” back in high school. We were in classes together and went to many concerts thru out the years. He worked for my dad at City Market. I left Grand Junction many years ago and moved around the country so I never was able to see him but, I am happy that he had a family and so many friends. He was a friend who was always there for you. I am sure that he was so proud of his family and cared about you and his friends deeply. We will all miss him.

  11. Les and Shelly,
    Thank you for the thoughts an prayers for my brother’s family. They are much appreciated.

    Marilynn (Rysavy) Coe

  12. Debbie,
    Thank you for your memories of my brother Chuck Coe. We too remember his dry humor and his smile.

    Marilynn (Rysavy) Coe

  13. Sandy,
    Thank you for your comments regarding Chuck Coe. As siblings, we have fond memories of Chuck, his sense of humor, his smile, and his loyalty to his family.

    Marilynn (Rysavy) Coe

  14. Everett,
    Thank you for your memories of my brother, Chuck Coe. We appreciate your comments.

    Marilynn (Rysavy) Coe

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