• Given-Dawson Funeral Home
    Coshocton, OH
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Bruce Allen McCoy 1935 - 2014

Bruce Allen McCoy

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Friday, August 15, 2014
Bruce showed me how to cut Bob's hair about 1958 and I have been doing it since.
Friday, August 15, 2014
Baseball..A great moment for me and Bruce. I believe it was our senior year in high school. It was the first of the seventh inning (last inning of game), with Warsaw leading by one run. There were two outs and we had runners on second and third base. I was the batter at the plate and the Warsaw coach, Dewey Todd, told the pitcher to walk me and he did. Bruce was the next batter up. He hit a ground ball or a low line drive into right field and two runs scored. We retired Warsaw in the last of the seventh inning without their scoring again, so we won! Bruce was the hero that day!!
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Keep the memories coming, they will all have a special place in our memory book. Thanks to everyone for sharing. It means so much to me! Kay McCoy Lane
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
As long as I can remember, I always loved listening to Uncle Bruce tell stories with not only a big smile on his face, but a twinkle in his eyes. My forever memory will be walking back from Roscoe Village to Grandma McCoy's house with Darla to the sound of a saxophone playing and discovered it was our Uncle Bruce. He was leaning against the guard rail playing her saxophone and I remember thinking I'm sure everybody walking to their vehicle enjoyed listening to him play too. We will miss you so much Uncle Bruce. I would give anything to hear another story, see another smile, or just get a get a hug from you. Until we meet again Uncle Bruce! We love you!

Darlene, Dustin, Cora and Avery Hall
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
I was truly saddened by the loss of my Uncle Bruce. It has taken me a long time to put together the words to post on here, but after visiting with a lot of friends and family members at the calling hours, I feel like I know him even better. I agree with my cousin Colleen, he was a force when he entered a room and he was my larger-than-life uncle. It was hard to see him decline over the last 6 years, so I'm trying oh so hard to hold on the memories from before. I remember when my almost 17 year old son, Nash, needed his first haircut. There was not a second thought given, that I wanted "Uncle Bruce" to do it. The hard part was, he and Jeannie were constantly on the go, and it was hard to pin him down. Those are the types of memories i will keep close to my heart. Miss you so much! Darcy (Lint) Strohl (Linda McCoy Lint's oldest daughter, Mansfield, Ohio)
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