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In Memory of

Coby Lane Stinson

February 4, 1997 - June 9, 2017

Obituary


Coby Lane Stinson, 20, of Colorado City, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, June 9, 2017.
He and his twin sister were born February 4, 1997, in San Angelo, TX to Joe and Allison Stinson.
Coby spent most of his life in Colorado City, graduating in 2016 from Westbrook High School where he was a regional qualifier for the track team, and played football and golf. After school Coby went to work for Bartlett-Cocke Construction based out of Austin for a year before going to work at Keystone Pipeline out of Coahoma where he worked...

Coby Lane Stinson, 20, of Colorado City, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, June 9, 2017.
He and his twin sister were born February 4, 1997, in San Angelo, TX to Joe and Allison Stinson.
Coby spent most of his life in Colorado City, graduating in 2016 from Westbrook High School where he was a regional qualifier for the track team, and played football and golf. After school Coby went to work for Bartlett-Cocke Construction based out of Austin for a year before going to work at Keystone Pipeline out of Coahoma where he worked for the past two to three months as a pipeliner.
Coby was a kind-hearted, fun-loving soul, who loved his family with all his heart. He was a fine son, a great brother, and a good uncle, always making sure to be protective of his sisters, and teaching his twin sister everything he could. He was the type of guy who liked to have fun, loved the ladies, worked hard, and was considered to be a Jack-of-all-Trades. He made friends with ease and honesty was key to him. He always made sure to give a good, firm handshake and look people in the eyes when he talked to them. Coby was very good at working with his hands and could build just about anything. He was an exceptional welder and a natural at problem solving, with the exception of keeping his truck or anything with wheels from getting stuck in the mud. In his spare time Coby could be seen out playing golf, mudding in his truck, and repairing anything. He spent much time with his family who would frequently be at his Nannie and Papa's house. Everyone knew when Coby was coming because he believed the louder, the better when it came to vehicles. His wittiness, great hugs, and big smile will be missed by all.
Coby is survived by his parents Joe and Allison Stinson of Colorado City, his twin sister Courtney Stinson of Colorado City and his sister Lesli Morgan and her children Tyson Morgan and Alexia Samarripa also of Colorado City, and by his dog Buddy. Also surviving are; his paternal grandparents Bill and Glenda Stinson of Colorado City, his maternal grandmother Jackie Wetzel of Colorado City, his aunts Sharon Lewis of Tuscaloosa, Alabama and Sherry Berry and husband Brent of Killeen, and his cousins Tristan Hanks, Lauren Walters, Brien Berry, Chris Lewis, and Kristen Hollingsworth.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather Harold Wetzel and by his cousin Nicholas Hanks.
The funeral service for Coby will be held on Friday, June 16, at 10 am at the 22nd and Austin Church of Christ of Colorado City with the burial to follow at the Colorado City Cemetery.
The family will be present on Thursday, June 15th from 5-8 pm for a visitation at the Kiker-Seale Funeral Home.
Those who wish to offer condolences may do so by visiting www.kikerseale.com