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Linda Luzzi Coe

March 6, 1946 ~ October 12, 2020 (age 74)

Obituary

Linda Luzzi Coe passed away on October 12, 2020, at the age of 73 in the comfort of her own home. She was born and raised in Eureka. Linda was a wonderful woman, wife, mother, daughter and friend.

Linda was the “sweet voice” behind her 25-year career with David L. Moonie & Co. She loved her job and the people she worked with. She loved being a grandma and spoiled everyone around her. She was kind and thoughtful. Linda love crafting with her friends and was always happy.

Over the past several years, Linda has been able to spend priceless times with many of the Luzzi family relatives at polenta feeds put on by Sons of Italy. She and her cousins would reminisce about the old times while also catching up with each other. Those were really good times for Linda.

It is hard to discuss Linda without discussing the love of her life, Bob. Linda is predeceased by her husband of 57 years, Robert “Bob” Coe, who passed away on May 20, 2020. Their undying love was the perfect example of how life and love should be lived. They were best friends who did everything together. Their marriage was inspirational to all of those who were lucky enough to know them.

Linda and Bob were members of the Redwood Vintage Rods Club. With Linda’s help, Bob built their 1941 Chevy Coupe which was customized and won many awards. They loved going to car shows with their friends. Their family were most proud of their combined efforts in completing their ‘1941. Both of their talents were never ending; always a team. Linda loved cars as much as her husband.

Linda leaves behind her daughter, Tammy Coe, her son, Mike Coe, the family of John and Maralee Davis. Linda loved each and every one of her four grandsons, Logan Coe, Zachary Osborne, Jeffrey J. Osborne, and Rogan Hauger Osborne. She was close to all of her grandchildren. Linda also leaves behind the finace of Jeffrey J. Osborne, Heather Grabow. And nobody can forget Linda’s Great Grandson, Mason Osborne, age three. Great-grandma and Mason loved hanging out and eating popsicles all the way up to the end of her life. Those were precious moments for Linda.

Linda will leave a gaping hole in the hearts of the many who dearly loved her. We will miss her smile, her sense of humor, and her devotion to family and friends. She was a loyal, honest, good woman of the greatest character. She leaves a lasting legacy of love to her family, and we will forever be grateful for our time with her. She was truly one of a kind and very special to all who knew her.

At Linda’s request, there be no service. She wants everyone to remember her just the way he was. She was one of a kind; this community lost an extremely loving, kind and wonderful woman. She will be missed by many. A special thank you to Hospice of Humboldt who were wonderful to Linda and her extended family. This family is truly grateful for their help.

Linda and her love Bob lived life to the fullest; always together. They also left this world on their own terms, with all of the dignity and respect they deserve. Now, they are together once again; molecularly connected for all eternity.

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