• Valley View Memorial Park & Funeral Home
    West Valley City, UT
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Rulon L. Coe 1925 - 2014

Rulon L. Coe

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Words can not describe my feelings for Rulon. Rulon and Bev always made me feel like a part of their family. I'm a better person for having known him. My thoughts and prayers go to his family. He will be missed, but he leaves a great legacy behind.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Mr. Coe was our landlord in the 90's. I became a single parent with 6 children and my situation overwhelming. Mr. Coe helped me figure out how to make my payments and offered me as a referral to a man that needed an at home secretary. He could have sold the home but kept us in it for a year to stabilize our situation and checked on our general welfare from time to time. He was an angel on earth to me. He will be missed. Launa Taylor
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
My deepest sympathies and condolences to the passing of a true hero. He always treated everyone with dignity and respect. He will be missed.
Kevin Foard
Monday, April 21, 2014
I am so saddened to hear of Rulon's passing. To Rulon's family - I met Rulon by chance, riding the airport shuttle bus with him. We struck up a conversation one day and from then on, I always looked forward to seeing him. He would share his love of family with me along with many stories of his life. I will sincerely miss him. My sympathies to his family. Julie Woodward
Monday, April 21, 2014
I can truly say that Rulon was one of my finest friends. I worked with him at Avis and found him to be one of the most kind and loving individuals I have ever known. He was a wonderful man, and he married a wonderful woman in 'Bev', as he often referred to her. I also remember with fondness his sister Rula, made of the same great 'stuff' as was he.

Although he didn't realize it--even though I told him several times--I looked upon him as a mentor--a wise and trusted counselor and teacher--to me, and he changed my life for good in many ways. His was a spirit filled with good solid values and blessed by the Lord with an abundance of good common sense, which always helped me to see things in the most positive ways. He was like a big brother to me, and yet he made me feel as an equal, with whom we could discuss anything. I truly loved this fine man, and will greatly miss his delightful humor, good sense, honesty, love and the spirit of true charity that was so evident in his life.

I pay the Lord to bless his family, and I hope they will all follow his wonderful example of love and caring. God bless you all!
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