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Coye Ann Allshouse

July 13, 1963 - October 2, 2021

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Posted by:
Kurt Stronach

Posted on:
October 6, 2021

I am shocked and in disbelief, Rob (Wingman) I am so sorry for your loss. Coye will be missed and my thoughts and prayers to you and the family!

Posted by:
Stacey Taylor (Barrios/Smith)

Posted on:
October 6, 2021

The BEST COMMO ever! For my first ship, COMMO made my transition seamless. Not only did she lead, she taught me a lot in Radio. She was that Warrant that was on the deckplates testing me on patching and comms. I remember her coming in radio with her stories and checking our morale. She actually cared about her junior Sailors. She will definitely be missed. Have a drink with Effler, Ma’am. It’s been a pleasure. USS Ronald Reagan CS1- Radio, best crew ever!!! April 2004-October 2008

Posted by:
Lucinda Lee

Posted on:
October 6, 2021

Coye made you feel like you were her best friend, and I am proud and honored to have known her. The last few times we were together involved tea and games of Scrabble with good talks and great memories. When I first met her, I was a bit intimidated by her. Then fascinated. Then quickly and forevermore enchanted. Love and deepest sympathy to Rob, Bella, Boudreaux and all her family and friends. And to Coye I won't say, "Rest in peace", but "Go fly and soar with those wings, girl!"

Posted by:
Kevin Wick

Posted on:
October 6, 2021

I met Coye in 2006 when she was the COMMO on USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76). She was never long for being serious, because she always would laugh at a situation, or make you smile if you were being serious too. You always knew where you stood with her. I know she loved her people with such devotion. Everyone on CVN-76 was her shipmate, and she carried herself with that type exuberance. In loving memory and a great loss to all who were touched by her. "RADIO... COMMO"

Posted by:
Holly-Anne Devlin

Posted on:
October 5, 2021

There aren’t words to express what Coye meant to me. We met at the beginning of her NOLA journey and in a matter of weeks she became like a sister. She was a confidant, a cheerleader and a party down queen like no other. Her willingness to support and guide and take in every beat of every day was like nothing I had ever experienced. When I was at the lowest point in my life she took me in, no questions asked, and held me close for weeks until I could make a plan. That’s who she was. Unconditional love and support. My heart is breaking over this loss and for Rob. Sending so much love to all who were blessed to know her.

Posted by:
Jennifer Chapman

Posted on:
October 5, 2021

I was extremely fortunate to call this woman Commo during our tour on Ronald Reagan and mentor, and friend. She walked into a room like she owned it…every, single, time. She never backed down from a challenge and she looked out for her Sailors fiercely. Outside of those doors we could do no wrong, but you better believe she was coming for you afterwards. As a young woman trying to find her place in the Navy, she was exactly what I needed. She taught me more than I could have ever imagined. After my commission (years later), I would catch myself many times sounding just like her as I busted into Radio demanding answers. Each time I would just smile and think “there she is.” She was always with me and never too far. An amazing human being that was loved by so many! We will all miss you! Until we meet again, rest easy my friend. ??

Posted by:
Jim DeLozier

Posted on:
October 5, 2021

I had the great pleasure of serving with Coye on several occasions - including her initiation as a Chief Petty Officer and aboard USS Ronald Reagan. Coye was genuine, honest, fun and most importantly a Sailors Sailor. She absolutely loved what she did in the U.S. Navy. Although I had lost contact I will always cherish our times together -she is deeply missed by all. Fair Winds and Following Sea’s Shipmate!

Posted by:
Jim Symonds

Posted on:
October 5, 2021

I was the Captain of USS RONALD REAGAN when Coye was aboard. She was a great Shipmate and team player, the highest compliment a Sailor can earn. Coye volunteered to serve the Navy and our Nation and did so with dedication and honor. We, her Shipmates, wish her Fair winds and following seas in the next world, as we honor her service and friendship.

Posted by:
Jim Symonds

Posted on:
October 5, 2021

I was the Captain of USS RONALD REAGAN when Coye was aboard. She was a great Shipmate and team player, the highest compliment a Sailor can earn. Coye volunteered to serve the Navy and our Nation and did so with dedication and honor. We, her Shipmates, wish her Fair winds and following seas in the next world, as we honor her service and friendship.

Posted by:
Bill Manders

Posted on:
October 5, 2021

I lost a treasured friend and shipmate and the world lost an angel. She was a Mustang’s Mustang, hard as nails, but with a heart of gold. She (tough) loved her Sailors and showed them the way to excellence. May you Rest in Peace, Coye, until we all muster again on that big quarterdeck in the sky! ?

Posted by:
Bill Manders

Posted on:
October 5, 2021

I lost a treasured friend and shipmate and the world lost an angel. She was a Mustang’s Mustang, hard as nails, but with a heart of gold. She (tough) loved her Sailors and showed them the way to excellence. May you Rest in Peace, Coye, until we all muster again on that big quarterdeck in the sky! ?