Brud Orin Coy

August 29, 1955 - November 26, 2023


TORRINGTON – On November 26, 2023, Brud Orin Coy defeated Multiple Sclerosis, by leaving his earthly body and running into the arms of his Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. He was surrounded by his loving wife, Jackie and daughters, Makenna, and Hanna.

Brud was born on August 29, 1955, in Torrington to Bill and Charlene (Kennedy) Coy. He grew up on a ranch in Goshen County, with his sisters, Judy, Phyllis, Ila, brother B. Joe. He graduated from Wheatland High School in 1973, attended Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington, then went o to attend and graduate from the Swaggart Bible College in Baton Rouge, LA. where he met his wife, Jackie Schneider. They married in 1991 and together they began a Traveling Evangelism ministry, before returning to Torrington and starting a family, with the births of their daughters, Makenna, and Hannah.

Brud loved ranching, bull riding and hunting, but his passion was ministry and sharing the truth of salvation. Even though he had a life changing diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis, it did not define him. He ministered and encouraged people every day through his testimony and daily battle with his infirmity. He lived a life of honor, integrity and loved the Lord with all his heart, all his mind and with all his soul.

Brud is survived by his wife Jackie (Schneider) Coy, daughters MaKenna (Brett) Kehn, Hannah Coy, granddaughters Rylee and Harper Kehn, sisters Judy (Greg) Horton, Phyllis (Fred) Nielsen, Ila Rowen, and brother B. Joe Coy.

He is preceded in death by his father, William B. Coy, mother, Charlene (Kennedy) Anderson, stepfather, Hoy Anderson, and maternal and paternal grandparents. A memorial celebrating Bruds life will be held at the Goshen County Fairgrounds, Brand Room in Torrington on Monday, July 8, 2024, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Lunch will be provided.

“His lord said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant,’” Matthew 25:21