Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Elizabeth Frances Coil of Copperopolis

   Elizabeth Frances Coil of Copperopolis passed away suddenly on April 8, 2019 at the age of 33. Beth, as she was better known, was born in Sonora in 1985 to William
and Paula Coil.

   She is survived by her father William Coil of Copperopolis, son Zackery Coil of West Point, sister and brother-in-law Meagen and Kirk Alexander, niece Bailey Alexander of West Point, Grandma Joan Krajnovich of Copperopolis, Uncle Tony of Copperopolis, Uncle Jimmy and Aunt Millie of Copperopolis, Uncle Todd and Aunt Lynn of San Jose, Aunt Aretta and her partner Chuck Rush of San Andreas and many cousins.

   She is predeceased by her mother Paula Coil, Grandpa George Krajnovich, grandparents Hubert and Dorothy Coil, Uncle Eddy, Uncle Tim and Uncle

   Beth was born a natural athlete and academic. She played many sports growing up and enjoyed
hiking, swimming and especially gold panning.

   She graduated high school at the age of 16 and went on to Columbia College where she eventually earned her AA in 2012.

   She spent several years working for the national non-profit Friends Outside where she helped families of those incarcerated at the Sierra Conservation Center.

   Beth was a good person who loved deeply and was always willing to share what she had with those in need.  She was beautiful, smart, strong, fun loving and will be forever missed.

   A Celebration of Life and potluck will be held on May 11, 2019 from 11 AM to 4 PM at the Black Creek Park.

   IN lieu of flowers we ask that you paint a rock or two with messages that could prevent a suicide (ie: "You are worthy" or "You are loved") and the hash tag BeThe1To and then place the rocks anywhere that you see fit.

   Angels Memorial Chapel is handling arrangements.

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