Diana Lynn McCoy: ‘Kind-hearted and Laid-back’
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Diana was preceded in death by her grandma and grandpa Henderson, grandma Stephens, her aunt Dora Estes and her younger brother Duane McCoy. She leaves behind her only child Elisha McCoy, grandpa Rev. Raymond Stevens of Bernie, California, parents Shirley McCoy of Missouri, David McCoy of Louisiana, uncle David Henderson and Aunt Donna west both of Missouri, sister Cheryl McCoy Eilers of Idaho, sister in law Chrystal McCoy- Hatten of Fortuna, California. She also leaves behind 6 nieces and nephews Samantha, Sabrina, and Ahelden Eilers, Johnny, Anthony, and Harley Linz.
Diana was raised Pentecostal. She went to Scotia elementary school and graduated from Fortuna High School. She also attended College of the Redwoods.
She then moved to Oklahoma where she gave birth to her son Elisha McCoy and also found her career in home caregiving which she loved and thrived at.
She then moved back home to Humboldt County. Diana was a beautiful kind hearted and laid back person that enjoyed spending time with her family and friends collecting rocks on the river. And many other hobbies. She was an amazing mother, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend to many. Diana will always be loved forever missed & never forgotten by all that knew and loved her.
Cremation will be done by Global Mortuary in Fortuna. We will be having a celebration of life for her at a later time.