Coy Knarr Quesenberry , age 93 took his last breath on earth and his first in heaven on October 19, 2017.
Coy was born in Six, West Virginia on February 27, 1924 to Larmie Turpin and Harley Quesenberry. He was proceeded in death by his parents and 5 brothers and 3 sisters.
Coy leaves behind Ethelene Quesenberry, his wife of 70 years; a daughter Glenna Q. Cox and (Gary), a son Reggie Quesenberry (Sherri); Granddaughters Lee Coldicotte ( Kenneth), Sunnie deBearn (Marc), 5 great and 3 great-great-grand children. Many treasured Nieces and Nephews.
Coy served with the Army Field Artillery during the 2nd World War from Camp Bowie Texas, to England, landing on D-Day plus 3, across northern Europe, to German Surrender in Czechoslovakia. Earning a Purple Heart at Bastone, Belgium battlefield.
After his military service he was employed as an auto mechanic . His retirement years spent tinkering, trading, and advising his friends on their auto needs, Coy loved cars and trucks. He also spent time cruising on his Moto Guzzi.
Visitation will be Sunday, October 22nd from 2 to 4 PM at Stevens Funeral Home.
Services will be Monday, 11 AM October 23, 2017 at Stevens.