Jessie Ann Bradford McCoy

Beaverton, Ore., California

1941 - 2011

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It's Christmas Day and I'm thinking about Jessie and remembering how much she enjoyed the holidays with her girls and grandchildren! I miss her today and am warmed by the thought of how much love she offered to me and the world.
Walt, Carrie, Courtney & Catherine...I wish you and your families a very, merry Christmas!

Dear Courtney and McCoy family - I was so sorry to hear about Jessie passing. I have many fond memories of doing arts and crafts in her kitchen. She always was a great listener and gave us young girls sound advice. She was smart

Walt,Carrie,Courtney,& Catherine,
I'm sorry to hear about Jessie's passing. My heart goes out to you. May your memories keep you smiling & laughing.

Dear Courtney and all the McCoy's...
I am late to add my condolence to your mom's passing. She was an amazing person. I remember her fondly and I send much love especially during this holiday season. Court: I would love to reconnect with you ...
You still live bright in my memories of the past...
Julie Grimm

Dear Jessie's Family,
In the years since you left Camarillo, Jessie has continued to be a been part of our community in the wonderful memories of the hundreds of kids that learned how to swim and lots more about their ability to achieve a skill that would stay with them for a lifetime. We still pass by "Jessie's house" on Manzano and smile and that will also last for many more years.
Sol, Laura,& David Chooljian and Laura McAvoy send our condolences to you.

Dear Walt, Carrie, Courtney, Catherine, and all others who Jessie touched in life:
i was stunned and immensely saddened when i received the news of jessie's passing today from my mom. i recognize that our time on this earth is limited, but jessie had such zeal, energy and love for life and others that it's just hard to fathom that she is no longer with us. rest assured though, that she's got st. peter, and probably a few others up there, wearing husker red over their robes.

Dear Walt, Carrie, Courtney and Catherine,
We are deeply saddened by the news of Jessie's passing.
She brightened the lives of all who knew her. We have such fond memories of our time with all of you in Corpus Christi and California.
Of all of our friends during these periods, Jessie is the one our children remember the most. She was always smiling, full of fun, and had a great unique sense of humor! She told our daughter, Megan (age 3) to introduce herself as "Megan...


I am so sorry to hear about your mom's passing. I have terrific memories of her driving us to the beach and around town. She was truly a beautiful woman in every sense of the word. I pray for God's peace to comfort you and your family.

With love,
Heidi (Holbert-Rankin) Johnsen

Dear the McCoy family, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. She was a wonderful women and taught all 3 of my girls to swim. They loved her. God bless and be with you at this very hard time. Kim Arimura


Jessie's Obituaries

Jessie Ann Bradford McCoy, 70, of Beaverton, Ore., passed away surrounded by family at her home on Oct. 21, 2011.

She was born in Omaha, Neb., on Aug. 8, 1941, to the late Dana Cuthbert Bradford and the late Ann Gooch Bradford. Jessie grew up in Omaha and graduated from Duchesne...

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