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Randolph T. Coe

Allentown, Pennsylvania

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Randolph T. Coe, "Randy", 65, of Coplay, passed away June 20, 2020, at home. Born in Allentown, he was the son of the late William and Althea (Kulp) Coe. Randolph was married to Diane M. (Reis) Coe for the last 31 years. He was a supervisor bank teller at Wells Fargo Bank.

Survivors: Wife, Diane; Daughter, Allison Leonard and husband Troy; Brother, William Coe and wife Wendy. He was predeceased by his Daughter, Jessica Coe.

Services: Funeral 10:30AM Monday, June 29, At Bachman, Kulik & Reinsmith Funeral Home, 1629 Hamilton Street Allentown, PA 18102. A viewing will be held Sunday June 28, 3-5PM and 10-10:30AM, Monday at the funeral home. Interment will follow at Grandview Cemetery, Allentown. Guests must wear a mask and practice social distancing.

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While it's been many years since I have seen Randy I remember him as a very sensitive and kind friend from my neighborhood. We were members of Boy Scout Troop 105 and shared many acitivities and camping trips together. May all those who knew Randy, especially his family, be comforted in knowing that he is in a far better place among the heavens.

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Eternal Affection Arrangement- BASKET INCLUDED

Sending my condolences to his family and friend. I worked with Randy many years. Matter of fact he trained me and made me feel right at home. He was that type of guy. Rest in peace my friend.

Thoughts and prayers sent to all family and friends. I remember Randy well. We shared many gets times in the Boy Scouts Troop 105.

Allison and family, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. He went way too soon and at a bad time but just think how happy Jessica was to see him up there with her and to celebrate Fathers Day with him the day they reunited in Heaven and the fact they are together again bring you all some comfort.

Ive known Randy for over 40 years working at Wells Fargo He was the sweetest person always going out of his way to say hello and ask how youre doing. He will surely be missed. May your memories always be a comfort to your family. Rest In Peace Randy

I work with Randy for years through all those mergers with the many banks. Randy was a sweet person whom was loved and respected by his customers and co-workers. RIP Randy!!

My sincere condolences to Diane and Allison and the Coe family. Praying God gives you the strength to get through this hard time and to remember all the happy times you shared with him. I am so sorry to hear of Randy's passing. I bowled with Randy for many years at the Ukes and we had much fun. Randy was a nice guy, fun to be with, and always looked out for others. I am sure he will be very missed. Rest in peace Randy.