In Memory

Brent Coon

Brent Coon

A. Brent Coon (1946 ~ 2005)

A. Brent Coon, 58, of The Woodlands, TX passed away March 16, 2005. Brent was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on June 11, 1946 and has been a longtime resident of Texas.

He is survived by his loving wife Billie Sue and his daughters, Stephanie Kelly, Brittney, Brigette and Brooke Coon; step-daughter, Billie Sue Curtice; mother, Della May Coon; brother, Owen Wayne Coon and wife Kathleen; granddaughter, Kloe Curtice along with four nephews, numerous friends and relatives.

Visitation will be 4-6 p.m., Sat., March 19, 2005 with a Celebration of Life 2 p.m., Sun., March 20, 2005 in the chapel of Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home. Entombment will follow in the Mausoleum at Forest Park The Woodlands Cemetery.

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09/01/13 04:42 AM #1    

Kristie Tolman (Pitts)

I was sorry to hear about Brent.  He was a good friend from grade school.  If I remember correctly, he and Richard Jackson, another girl, and I went on our first "group date" the summer out of the sixth grade.  We took the bus to go swimming at the Deseret Gym!

04/27/14 10:07 AM #2    

David Kunz

Seeing our friends in this class memorial is very sobering to me.  It makes me realize just how short life is and how precious it is.  I met Brent shortly after he and his family moved to Holladay.  They lived just a round the corner from me.  He dropped by often and we would play on some construction scaffolding like monkeys on tricky bars, or toss a football back and forth.  Oh and yes I can't forget our many conversations about girls as we tried our best in our adolescents to figure them out.  All good memories with Brent.

Dave Kunz


04/28/14 09:18 AM #3    

Doug Boyle

Brent taught me how to play the guitar.  He was amazing on the instrument.  I could not imagine how clever this kid was, how he knew when to make the chord changes, how to pick and strum and all the other good stuff that had me absolutely awe struck.  We played baseball and all the other sports kids played in those days.  He was a good man, and I remember how much he looked up to his older brother.  Good family. 

04/29/14 11:02 AM #4    

Annette Fox (Kennett)

I first remember Brent from the Olympus Jr High talent show.  He and two others, as I recall, (Kingston Trio style) sang Sloop John B.  I was amazed at his talent.  Whenever I hear that song, I am taken back to Olympus Jr and his group.  (Sure wish I could remember the other guys!)

06/05/14 10:29 PM #5    

David Judd

I remember, like Doug, his guitar picking. I thought he was great and a little intimidating.  

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