Zackary R. Coffey

February 28, 1998
- September 12, 2018

MILO - Zackary R. Coffey, 20, passed away unexpectedly September 12, 2018, as the result of an automobile accident in LaGrange. He was born February 28, 1998, in Dover-Foxcroft, the son of Angiela M. Coffey and John R. Lewis. Zackary will be remembered for his do anything for anyone demeanor and for simply being a great person. He was a Penquis Valley High School graduate, Class of 2016, and he participated in football, tennis, band, and the Key Club. Zackary enjoyed hunting with his Buppa, camping, and had a general love for the outdoors. He was currently employed for TAB Retail Remodeling.
Zackary is survived by his mother, Angel Coffey; his father, John Lewis and his wife, Billie Jo; two sisters, Adriena Desmarais and her son, Brantly Kulas, and Destiney Marie Fleckinger and her daughter, Lillianna Fleckinger; his maternal grandparents, Cathy and "Buppa" Jack Bragg, Sr.; his paternal grandfather, David Lewis, Sr.; his step-maternal grandmother, Sharon Coffey; two step-brothers, Christian and Tyler Lewis; his step-sister, Brittany Banker; five uncles, Richard Clifford Coffey II and his fiancée, Sheena Bragg, Jack Bragg Jr. and his wife, Brittany, Richard Charles Coffey and his wife, Connie, David Lewis Jr., and Tommy Lewis; five aunts, Angela Cote, Eleanor Lewis, Mary Lewis, Melissa Coffey, and Katrina Henry and her husband, Roger; and many cousins, including two special cousins, Jonathan, Drew, and Dana. He will be missed greatly by his two best friends, Zach and Travis Lane, and all of his dungeons and dragons friends. Zackary was predeceased by his maternal grandfather, Richard Clifford Coffey; his paternal grandmother, Mary Elizabeth Lewis; and his uncle, Samuel Wayne Lewis.
A memorial service will be held 2pm Tuesday, September 18, 2018, at the Brownville Community Church, 84 Church Street, Brownville, with Rev. Elizabeth Coffey officiating. Arrangements are in the care of the Lary Funeral Home. Messages of condolence and memories may be expressed at
Published in the Bangor Daily News on September 17, 2018

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