Jennifer L Coe
August 06, 1979 - March 22, 2022
Obituary For Jennifer L Coe
Jennifer Lynn Coe, “Jen” or “Jenny” to friends and family, unexpectedly passed away on a beautiful spring day, March 22nd, 2022 in Issaquah, Washington. She was born Jennifer Lynn Toman, August 6th, 1979, to Sherry Kuzan and Jim Toman in Redmond, Washington. Jen lived in Maple Valley most of her life and graduated from Maple Valley High School in the class of 1997. She later went on to attend Highline Community College to get her nursing degree. She made the Dean’s list both years and became a Registered Nurse in 2012. Her favorite job was working as a school nurse.
Jen was a kind, caring, creative and thoughtful soul who greatly enjoyed children and helping people in need. Jen’s greatest joy in life was her children whom she always wanted the best for. Her mother cites her theme song as, “Jen-Jen, you are my sunshine, you make me happy when skies are gray.” She was endlessly optimistic and her joy was contagious. Jen enjoyed crafting always making sweet remembrances for her loved ones. If you ever received a gift from Jen it was special for you and the thought that went into the gift made you feel loved. She loved the spring season and especially enjoyed prim roses and daffodils. She loved the great, peaceful forests of the Pacific Northwest, enjoying time in nature and the art inspired by those scenes. She loved all things from the 60’s and 70’s and she had a favorite cabbage patch doll named “Portia Rory” and a koosa cat named “Andrew.” Jen was also a child of the 90’s taking in the great music, festivals, art and culture of the Seattle area. Jen had a natural beauty and wonderful smile that was reflected in her collection of porcelain Disney princess figurines. Jen was an intelligent bookworm and spent countless hours living in the worlds created by great literature. Jen grew up in the Springbrook Church of Christ with close family and was baptized and married there in 1998.
Jen is survived by her by her husband of 24 years, Mathew Coe, her four children Alison Coe (23), Athena Coe (21), Amelia Kuzan (8), and Jacob Toman (6), her parents Jim and Tracy Toman, Sherry and Frank Kuzan, her siblings Chris (Windy) Toman, Tim (Jessica) Kuzan and Kellan Toman, and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. She is preceded in death by grandparents Alpha and Jerusha Sims and Don and Vina Toman. Our long stemmed rose, we will miss you until we are reunited on the other side. You suffered much pain and loss but are now whole and healed. We love you. Memorial services will be held at Springbrook Church of Christ on April 2nd, 2022 at 11am with refreshments and visiting time to follow.
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