In Memory of

Tommy

I

Coen

Jr.

Obituary for Tommy I Coen Jr.

Tommy I. Coen Jr.

Angelica

Tommy I Coen Jr., 49, of 145 East Main Street, passed away unexpectedly due to injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident, Friday (September 7, 2012) in Rushford.

Born in Olean, April 1, 1963, the son of Tommy and Carol (Jacobs) Coen Sr., he was a lifelong area resident, graduating from Cuba-Rushford School, Class of 1981, and also serving in the Air Force for 3 years. Tommy was employed as a truck driver for Brad Holland Trucking in Franklinville. He was a member of the “Lost Souls” motorcycle group, and the Emerald Hook and Ladder Hose Company #3 in Wellsville.

He was predeceased by his father Tommy Coen Sr.

He is survived by wife Judy Marie Coen whom he married July 21, 1996, his mother Carol (Ken) Thompson of Angelica, 4 daughters Laura (Joel) Dudley of Bolivar, Maryann (Paul Cochran) Powers of Angelica, Cassie (Larry) Rogers of Wellsville, Ashley Coen of Angelica, 3 sons Randy (Cheyenne) Miller of Wellsville, Kevin Cosper of GA, and Ryan Coen of Belfast, a sister Shari (Hans) Schnell of Almond, 2 brothers Donald Coen of Angelica, and Michael Coen of Angelica, 13 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

A Private Memorial service will be held at the Brown & Powers Funeral Home 101West Avenue, Angelica, with Pastor John Francisco officiating, as well as a military service, and Fire Department honors.

To send a remembrance visit www.brownandpowersfuneralhomes.com

Friends may make memorial contributions to: American Cancer Society