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Mr. William Edgar Coxe

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Ed and I hung out together ,coached our boys at baseball ,partied and loved Robin Trower " Bridge of Sighs" which we tried to emulated never successfully.Helped on a small part of the house he built ,mostly by himself in Watson,La. Missed him after he joined the Navy

Posted by: Cooper Watson - Denham Springs, LA - Friend   Sep 04, 2020

Dear Ed,
I can't remember when we first met, but I do remember I knew you were the perfect husband for Maureen. Your warmth and friendly demeanor mirrored her warmth and love - you were two peas in a pod. I always enjoyed getting together with you and Maureen: eating out, church, etc., but especially going to Comic Cons locally and in San Diego. But, I feel I really had the opportunity to know you best when you and Alfred would

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Posted by: Becky Mendoza - Norwalk, CA - Family Friend   Aug 27, 2020

I know you are in Heaven rejoicing with all our family. I love you and will see your smirky smile one day. Love and will miss you til I see you again.

Posted by: Gwen Fussell - Watson, LA - Family   Aug 22, 2020

In honor of the best father a girl could ever ask for. Until we meet again, I love you, Dad.

By Kristin Nicole Coxe

As I gaze at his chair
It seems so unfair
That life must go on without him.
His laughter so dear
Is no longer here
But all of my dreams are about him.

When I go to bed
He is no longer dead.
His feet dance through the night.
His spirit moves through me
As he whispers to me
Please hug Maureen for me tonight.

And tell her I

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Posted by: Kristin Coxe - Deltona, FL - Daughter   Aug 21, 2020

I'm so so sorry Maureen. I am glad you had so much quality time and know you have a strong faith.

Posted by: Eileen Kennedy - Monrovia, CA - Coworker   Aug 21, 2020

When my mom and Ed told me that they were getting married I was 10 years old. I immediately told him that he was not my dad. I was little and sad that my parents were not together. So I let him know where he stood.

The funny thing is, he understood. He loved me like I was his own daughter... like I was his flesh and blood. But it was ok with him that he wasn't my dad. That

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Posted by: Andrea Ostermann - Bellflower, CA - Daughter   Aug 21, 2020

Whenever I would walk into the room the first thing he would say to me is "Who are you?". That would always make me laugh!

Posted by: Sydney Ostermann - bellflower, CA - Grandchild   Aug 20, 2020

He would always tell me when I came in the house "Who are you." That always made me laugh!

Posted by: Sydney Ostermann - bellflower, CA - Grandchild   Aug 20, 2020