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Julia Zieske Coe

Funeral service for Mrs. Julia Zieske Coe will be 11:00 A.M. Saturday, July 13, 2024, at Fairview Church, 1660 Leeville Pike, Lebanon, with Rev. Matthew Meridieth, Rev. Jon Akin, Rev. Dan Coe, and Jordan Marcellino officiating. Interment will follow in Barton’s Creek Cemetery.  Her family will receive friends at Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home on Friday from 4-7 PM and again on Saturday at Fairview Church after 10 AM.

Julia, age 35 of Lebanon, passed away July 7, 2024 at Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital after having fought a long battle with cancer. Even in her final moments on earth Julia was ministering to, and witnessing to those around her.

Born February 21, 1989, in Offenbach, Germany, she is the daughter of Bernd and Regine Mueller Zieske. She grew up in Germany and professed Christ as her Savior at a young age. Having a passion for the Jewish people, Julia became involved in gospel ministry in Israel, where she met the love of her life, Dan Coe. Julia and Dan were married September 24, 2011 and began life together as husband and wife. They served in vocational ministry together for around 8 years, around 5 of which were spent with the Baptist Convention in Israel. When Julia received her diagnosis, she met it with grace and boldness. She never complained, but continued to praise the Lord for His goodness in her life. Moving back to the United States, she and Dan continued to serve the people of God in Wilson County. Dan most recently accepted the call to become the Pastor of First Baptist Church of Alexandria, TN.

Mrs. Coe is survived by her husband, Jesse Daniel “Dan” Coe; four children, Olivia, Naomi, Micaiah, & Josiah Coe; parents, Bernd and Regine Mueller Zieske of Bortshausen, Germany; brothers, Christian (Lea) Zieske and Thomas Zieske; maternal grandmother, Christel Muller; father in law and mother in law, Jim and Rachel Coe of Lebanon; nieces, Mila and Toma Zieske; as well as a host of extended family and close friends. The family would like to give a special thanks to the staff of Vanderbilt Wilson for their kindness and compassionate care, as well as the many intimate friends whom have poured into them over the span of this long battle. Their prayer is this, that “God may be glorified”.

Pallbearers: Matt Coe, Marc Coe, Dustin Marcellino, Josh Richardson, Hunter Baker, & Jordan Marcellino.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to the “Coe Children Education Fund” in care of Wilson Bank & Trust, 623 West Main St. Lebanon, TN 37087.

LIGON & BOBO FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements (615) 444-2142

Messages for the Family

  1. Mary Ann Bradberry says:
    Rachel, so sorry to hear this news. I’m praying for you, all the family but especially her children. I know you are and have been a source of strength and love for them.
  2. Anji and Amir Katz says:
    Although we met Julia , Dan and the children only a few times at our daughter and son in law’s house in Israel ( Esther and Zack) we felt a wonderful rapport with them. Julia truly was a blessing and touched so many and we know how much she will be missed by all that loved her. We send you love and hugs from England.
  3. Saundria Keck says:
    Rachel and Jimmy, my heart is broken for you and your family, especially Dan. Know that I am praying you know beyond reason the strength, mercy and grace of our loving Lord in the coming days, weeks and months.
  4. Saundria Keck says:
    Rachel and Jimmy, my heart is broken for you and your family, especially Dan. Know that I am praying you know beyond reason the strength, mercy and grace of our loving Lord.
  5. Tim Crowe says:
    Dan, we love you all. Julia was a precious soul. We are praying for you and the children! God bless you. Tim and Kathlyn Crowe
  6. Diamond Family says:
    Julia was the most gentle, encouraging, loving, soft spoken, faith filled woman I have ever known. My heart is broken over her passing and This world is a little darker without her in it. Her beautiful legacy will live on.
    We love you Coe family and will continue to support you and lift you up in prayer daily.

    “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Henceforth there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, will award to me on that Day.”
    2 Timothy 4: 7-8

  7. Michael Katz says:
    Dan, we grieve with you, and we also pray for God’s supernatural strength and grace on you and your children as you face this next season in your life. May His care and comfort be on you all, and may He provide for all your needs. Till we are all reunited in our heavenly home, shalom and blessings on you. Michael, Nicci and Ayelet Katz
  8. Pastor Charles Morris says:
    I had the joy and privilege of having Julia in my church in Germany. The light of our Lord Jesus Christ shone through her and her life was a blessed testimony of God’s love and grace. Julia and Dan have served well and have remained faithful. The fruit of their love and labor in the Kingdom will be seen one day in glory. Dan, Debs and I are praying for you and the children.
  9. Antonio de Jesus Ibarra says:
    We had the privilege and honor of having Julia in our church in Gießen. What a lovely and blessed sister in the Lord Jesus always peaceful and joyful, with a constant smile lightening the atmosphere whomever sheis with. Wewill see eah other on the other side of eternity.Auf wiedersehen
  12. Matthew Duncan says:
    My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
  13. Family Bernd and Heidi Mueller (brother and sister in law to Regine) Germany says:
    We are all in grieve and join the ceremony digitally. Dan with Olivia, Naomi, Micaiah and Josiah, the Coe family including our dear sister Regine (Julia’s mum): we wish you all a blessed funeral service in recognition of Julia’s life and outstanding character. We did not meet Julia often in the past years but always witnessed her authentic positive character and smile on her face. May God grant Shalom and love for all who have to shoulder this great loss of a wonderful, young and encouraging woman.
  14. Melba Jobe says:
    July 13, 2024@7:21 AM; With a Humble Spirit/ Humble Heart to the Children & Family. Continue Blessing your/ our Lord & Saviour/Jesus Christ ! God will continue “Blessing All in Jesus Holy, Holy, Holy Name, Amen ! From Ms. Melba (Corder) Jobe & Family. The Corder-Jobe’s, Etc………….. Typed & Posted Words/ Expressions of Condolences Saturday Morning July 13, 2024@7:26 AM. The Lords’ Prayer, Personal Prayers, Tge 23rd Psalm & more Hymns from The Book Of Psalm. Continue Pressing Forward Children/ Teenagers, Young Adults, Adults & Senior Citizens. With Christ all things are Possible, Amen ! Ms. Melba & MyOur Family are Extending Godly Love to all in Jesus name, Amen !
  15. Dan, I just finished watching the service online from Israel. It was so moving. I don’t have words to adequately express our sorrow at Julia’s passing. You spoke with such clarity, purity, and strength from the Lord. Jordan’s words were beautiful and powerful as was Keren Silver’s song. I felt glad about the season you and Julia shared with us on Mt. Carmel. Love to all and shalom, Peter
  16. Josh, Sarah Beth, and kids says:
    Julia is a dear sweet person we had the enormous privilege of knowing and working alongside in ministry. So thankful she is now with her Savior! Dan, we continue praying for you and your beautiful children.

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