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Robert Miles Coe

Lompoc, California

Feb 5, 1931 – Jul 17, 2020 (Age 89)

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BORN
February 5, 1931
DIED
July 17, 2020
AGE
89
LOCATION
Lompoc, California

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Starbuck-Lind Mortuary - Lompoc Obituary

Bob Coe wore a bracelet inscribed “Whatever  It Takes” and that’s how he lived his life. He was the moral and intellectual compass to his children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and hundreds of employees.

Bob was born February  5, 1931 in Rockford, Illinois to Loren and Burdetta...

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What a Wonderful Man. He gave me my 2nd job @ the opening of the Buellton Taco Bell. Was Always polite & gave words of motivation... You helped so many families with jobs over the years. Thank YOU Mr. Coe.

Chris Andreasen (Employee) 1991-1993

A Great man! Who valued helping others.

Mr. Bob Coe was perhaps the GREATEST EVER MEBER of the LOMPOC UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF EDUCATION .
Thank You Mr. Coe for being such a GREAT EXAMPLE FOR ALL WHO HAVE EVER KNOWN YOU.

Jeffrey D. Day
1969 Graduate of CABRILLO HIGH SCHOOL &
Distant cousin of Caitlyn Jenner .

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Your DAD made Taco Bell the best job a little kid from Lompoc could ever have. He was a great inspiration and role model to me and so many others. I was very lucky to work for him and be a part of his Taco Bell family.

Scott and family, I have known your father when I began my career as a teller when I was 19 years old and he had started his career with Taco Bell. I enjoyed our many conversations and his great advise. I then had the great opportunity to work with you at the end of my career. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time of loss.

A great loss to the community of Lompoc. I remember Mr Coe at every track and cross country meet with stop watch in hand and always an encouraging word.

Mr. Coe was quite the bright light. What a productive life he had. I have such great memories as a young girl of him. I loved his gentle teasing and his sense of humor.

Bob was a credit to his family, the community and all he touched. He will be greatly missed.