Brian Neil Coffey

November 1, 1957 - August 25, 2020

On Tuesday, August 25, 2020, Brian Neil Coffey, loving husband and father of two passed away at the age of 62. Brian was born on November 1, 1957, in Port Arthur, Texas, to George and Dorothy Coffey.

He graduated from Hamshire-Fannett High School in 1976 and married his high school sweetheart, Patricia DeLaine Austin, on October 9, 1976. Together they raised their two children, Mandy and Jason. Brian retired from ExxonMobil in 2012 after 29 years of service and has been a longtime resident of Winnie, Texas. Brian loved Jesus Christ, his family and music. His special ability to play guitar and sing was admired by many as he shared his gift on stage for over forty years. His best work was handwritten and sung in church. He had a passion for woodworking, his Chevy SSR, and his Texas shaped pond. He is known for his unrelenting faith, his quick wit, and a deep love for his six grandchildren.

Brian was preceded in death by his father, mother and brother, Gary. He is survived by his wife, DeLaine; his daughter, Mandy and her husband, Daniel Andrews; his son, Jason and his wife, Randa Coffey; his six grandchildren, Aubrey, Ainslea, Rae, Jayla, Jake, and Rainey; his brother, Jeff; sisters, Sharon and Lisa; aunt, Barbara; and a host of in-laws, nieces and nephews.

A gathering of Mr. Coffey’s family and friends will be from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Sunday, August 30, 2020, at First Baptist Church of Stowell, 117 Van Ostrand Lane, Stowell. His funeral service will be at 2:00 p.m., Monday, August 31, 2020, at First Baptist Church of Hamshire, 25304 Highway 124, Hamshire. His interment will follow at Fairview Cemetery, Winnie, under the direction of Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont.

Memorial contributions may be made to Loham Childcare Ministries in Uganda www.loham.org; Livada Orphan Care www.livada.org; or Aeternum Grace Foundation www.patreon.com/alicejeen. Contributions may be made online via their website or can be mailed to First Baptist Church, P.O. Box 70, Stowell, Texas 77661 to be forwarded to the charity of your designation.

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  • 08/31/2020
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Cynde Walker

So sorry for your loss. Lifting you in prayer during this difficult time.

Gene Harrington

Its heartbreaking for us to lose Brian, but right now Brian is enjoying a real life in His direct presence that the rest of us can only imagine. It was my honor and privilege to have known such a fine man. You and your family are precious to us. Brian, you will be missed. Until we meet again, Gene.

Jesse Evans

I am saddened to read of the passing of Bryan. I go a long ways back to our days of playing football. After graduating, everything I have known or heard of pertaining to Bryan was church related. I did not know that Mandy Andrews was his daughter until I read his obituary, but I immediately realized the connection that was between the two of them in having a great heart. I am so sorry for this family and communities loss, but I am almost positive that God brought him home for a reason. If their is any man that is in heaven, Brian is one of them. mAy he Rest In Peace, and God Bless the family

Sarah Bardwell

Delaine and family: I am so sorry for the loss of Brian. As I told Angie, I just lost two very dear friends this past two weeks from this same disease. I have been praying for Brian as soon as I heard. my prayers continue for your family as you walk this path. May our loving Lord Jesus send his angels to surround you all and grant you the peace that passes all understanding.

Lois Barrow

Kagey and I loved serving with Brian and his music always brought glory to the Lord . Praying for Delaine, Jason and Mandy and families . Love y’all

Russell & Bernice Farrow

Brian Coffey we will miss you dearly. May you rest in Jesus loving arms.

Martha Aucoin

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for all.

Lou Ann Rainey

My love and prayers have been with your family. I love you all.

Becky Neeb

I am shocked & saddened by Brian’s death. He was a wonderful co-worker.

Roland & Jeanette Weekly

Our Sincere Condolences to the Coffey Family. God Bless You All.

Jerry Tomplait and wife Dona

We are heart broken to hear the terrible news. We will always have great memories of the Thanksgivings in Winnie at your parents’ home. The fun football games in the front yard and all the other mischief young cousins could get into. Our prayers and thoughts are with your family.

Betty G. Peebles

You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Donnie & Tammy Patterson

Delaine and family we are so sorry for your loss. What an amazing guy Brian was and always fun to run into on our yearly trip to the rice festival. His humor was quick and hilarious. I know he will be missed by many. You are in our prayers, love to all.

Doris Bourgeois

My late husband, Charlie Bourgeois worked with Brian at Mobil. I was so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers go up for his family and friends.

David and Cindy Day

So very sorry to hear about Bryan. Such a sweet guy. Prayers for DeLaine and family.

Doris Matthews

So sorry for your loss , Condolences Delaine, Mandy, Jason and the whole family. May Brian RIP

Audie Milner

So sorry for your loss. He was a really nice guy, great worker, and funny. I worked with him at the P.E.Plant, he will be missed. Will be praying for y'all and condelonences for the family.

Pastor James & Mrs. Kori Leinneweber

Rick, Leisa and family. We grieve with you over this loss. Please know that we love you and your church family in Spring Branch, Texas is and has been praying for you. May you feel the Lord's peace today and tomorrow and in the weeks to come.

Dellphine Haynes

Sharon so sorry to hear of the loss of your Brother, praying for you and your family!

Carol and James Gentz

I am heartbroken for Brian's family. He left them too soon. Praying for them all.

Vicky Corbello

Heartfelt condolences. Praying for peace and love to surround your Family.

Anne Shivers

So very sorry for your loss. Think of you often. Anne and Jerry Shivers

Steve and Ann (Martin) Picou

So very sorry to hear of Brian’s passing. Our continued prayers for all who loved him .

Michael Amason

Annie and I will miss Brian greatly. I remember him first as a Little League Baseball player and secondly as a stand tall Christian displaying what a Christian should. His example is one to be aspired to by all. We will miss him greatly.

GROVER MOORE III

It seems life and good times pass by so quickly and we are left with wonderful memories of times past. Brian was a great guy and a dedicated Christian. Linda and I remember the good times at Thanksgiving , but words are so insufficient to ease the pain of loved ones. Being loved and appreciated means so much in life and Brian was definitely loved and appreciated by many people. Brian is in God's Heaven where we will meet again. God bless Brian's family and we will pray for you. Your Brother and Sister -in-Christ : Buddy and Linda Moore

Suzie Ortego

Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of sorrow. Sincerely, Suzie and Kenny Ortego

Ketha jones

Brian, wonderful wood worker. Kind heart. Love Lane bug. Loved his grandchildren. Especially the ones he made blue drum swimming pool. Master controlman for BPEP. A true friend. Jones family extends love to Coffey family. Condolences to all of the family

Crystal Estes

So sorry for your loss. I will keep your family in prayer for the days ahead.

Sherry and Tommy Goth

We grieve for you, and pray God’s peace over you. Brian’s love for Jesus was evident in all he said and did, and he leaves that legacy with your family When we all get to Heaven what a day of rejoicing that will be!

Allen Peltier

Brian was a kind and solid man. He was an awesome husband to Laney. He was a great Dad, Grandfather, Brother, Uncle, Brother-n-law and a dear friend. I will forever miss his soothing conversations. Wish i could have had one more. God bless his life, his wife and his family you were so lucky to have him. So sorry he is no longer here in body but his memories will live forever.