Rebecca Sue Coy

March 25, 1958 ‒ August 14, 2018

Delaware, Ohio

Rebecca Sue Coy, 60, of Delaware passed away peacefully Tuesday afternoon, August 14, 2018 at Willowbrook Christian Home in Columbus surrounded by her loving family.

She was born March 25, 1958 in Franklin County to the late John and Erma (Wickline) Holley.

Rebecca worked many years for DCS and attended Eastside Mission Church in Delaware. She loved spending time with her grandkids and all the holidays, especially Christmas. She enjoyed arts and crafts and painting. When able, she enjoyed flower gardening, especially her lilac bushes. She loved her dogs and collecting Native American decor and history, including eagles and wolves.

Left to cherish her memory are her children, Adam (Nicki) Coy of Milford Center, Amy Moore of Columbus and Aaron (Melissa) Coy of Delaware; 7 grandchildren; sisters, Karen (John) Dillard of Florida and Linda Holley of Delaware; nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, Rebecca was preceded in death by her sister Marsha Holley.

Services will be held on Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at 12:30 pm in the chapel at the Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, 5600 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43213.

Contributions in Rebecca’s memory may be made to the Eastside Mission Church Building Fund, 32 Joy Avenue, Delaware, OH 43015.

The Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center is assisting the family.

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  • One of my fondest memories of my cousin Becky was when she went to Biketoberfest in Daytona Beach with my Dad and I just weeks after having foot surgery. She would get on the back of my dads bike with her foot in a walking cast and go to all the hot spots and had the time of her life laughing, drinking and talking to just about anybody as that’s just the way she was. I was lucky enough to have visited her at Willowbrook last Christmas and even though her body was failing her she sat up and bed and we joked about the old times. I am sad that she has passed but glad she isn’t struggling to breathe anymore.

    Love you Becky from your cousin Jim

  • Mrs. Becky was a very sweet woman.. Even though she wasn’t to find of my brother. Lol.. She was always nice to me.. Isaiah, Amy and Aaron my thoughts are with you guys as well as the rest of the family.. Sending love and prayers..

  • To Becky Coy’s Family ~ our deepest condolences to you all. Our memory of Becky is from many years ago, I started learning to play Euchre at the kitchen table of the East Central Ave. home. We had some fun evenings. ~ DeeDee & George Warden

  • My Dear Friend,
    I just got the news today and my heart is broken. I will treasure every memory , every moment we spent together. It seems like we’ve been friends forever. Only you and I would know that ” The burner is off.” I love you my friend! Hug Marsha for me. Until we meet again! 💜


  • I’m so sorry to hear about the passing of my dear friend who was like a sister to me and she always called me sissy I just heard about this late today we could party together we could drink our tim hortons coffee together and just hang out and talk and talk we cried together and laughed together and we could even argue together I will miss her I am so sorry for your loss