A private family service will be held at a later date for Mary Elizabeth Coy, 25, of Paradise, Texas. Mary passed away in Decatur, Texas on Sunday, May 24, 2020.
She was born June 25, 1994 in Medina, New York to Todd and Karen (Fredericks) Kyle. She graduated from Lyndonville High School where she was active in sports and music. Mary worked as a CNA and then later became a stay at home mom who loved spending time with her children and family.
Mary was survived by her husband Tyler Coy of Lyndonville, New York; children Dean, Vanessa, and Preston; parents Todd and Karen Kyle of Paradise; sister Abigail Kyle of Paradise; brother Jackson Kyle of Paradise; paternal grandparents Keith and Kathleen Kyle of Lockport, New York; Aunts and Uncles David and Sharon Fredericks of Texas, Linda and Robert Dunn of Texas, Sharon and Jim Graham of Texas, Mary Ann and Tom Herman of South Carolina, Merle and Mitzi Fredericks of New York, Kelly and Jeffery Shaft of New York, Tom and Cindy Fredericks of New York, Debbie and Carl Bachman of Florida; and several cousins.
She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents Merle Fredericks and Jerrine Brace.
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