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“She was the fun Aunt. She joined in on a lot of our trips to Rainbow Beach! She will truly be missed!I know she is at peace with God.Lisa ”
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Annie Frances Coyne

Annie Frances Coyne passed away peacefully in Seattle, Washington, on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at age 77. She was born in Wenatchee, grew up in Spokane, but lived much of her life in Seattle where she raised three children with her husband Curtis Coyne.

Annie worked for the Seattle Mariners for 25 years. She enjoyed fishing with family and bowling or bridge with friends. She was an active member of Assumption Catholic Church and had a strong faith in God. Annie was loved by many here on earth and she will be dearly missed. Her family and friends find great comfort in knowing she is now reunited with many loved ones in heaven.

Annie was preceded in death by her parents, Edward and Eunice, of Spokane, WA. She is survived by her sister Kathleen Pasby, of Spokane, WA; her children, their spouses, and grandchildren in Seattle, WA: Sean (son), Sabranie (daughter-in-law), Callysta (granddaughter), and Aidan (grandson); Eileen (daughter), Tracy (daughter-in-law), and Anna (granddaughter); Brian (son), Leah (daughter-in-law), Paige (granddaughter), and Pierce (grandson). Annie is also survived by her children's father Curtis, and stepmother Carol Ann, as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins.

The family would like to thank the enormous number of people who cared for Annie and visited with her during her illness. There will be a memorial service at Assumption Catholic Church in September, details to be announced. There will also be a burial in Spokane later in September, details also to be announced.

Charitable donations can be made to Assumption Catholic Church of Seattle or the American Cancer Association.