Yvette Janice Coto

May 28, 1968 - Nov 8, 2019

Obituary

On the morning of Friday, November 8th, 2019 Yvette Coto loving wife and mother of four passed away at the age of 51.

Yvette was born on May 28th, 1968 in Manhattan, New York to Rudolph and Mattie Rowe. She was one of five children. She was born 11 minutes after her twin sister Yvonne. Yvette was married twice and has four children. From her first marriage Jessica and Alana and from her second Alessio and Jose.

Yvette had a passion for gymnastics and language. Growing up, Yvette was quite the athlete and did well in gymnastics. She was very active before her Multiple Sclerosis progressed and enjoyed activities such as working out at the gym, swimming and rollerblading. Yvette attended Green River College studied Spanish. She learned to speak Spanish fluently. It was her aspiration to be a translator.

Yvette was well known for her beautiful smile, kindness, work ethic, her incredible optimism, her positive outlook on life, and for being a loving mother and wife.

Yvette is survived by both her parents Rudy and Mattie, her husband Alex, and her four children Jessica, Alana, Alessio, and Jose. She is also survived by all four of her siblings and an extensive extended family including aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.

A funeral service will be held at
Bonney-Watson
16445 International Blvd, SeaTac, WA 98188 at noon on November 14th.

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Robert and Sherry (Rowe) Landrum and Family
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Robert and Sherry (Rowe) Landrum and Family

Much love and Blessings to Yvette’s Family. May she Rest In Peace

Dawn Veerasami
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Dawn Veerasami

Thank you and Yvonne for taking me and Sherry under your wings when we moved to New York City. I will love and miss you always ❤.

Felix Rowe and Tammie Rowe
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Felix Rowe and Tammie Rowe

With much love to my family our condolences go out and may you all find peace knowing she is now resting. Love you all.

Rhoda PhiferRowe
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Rhoda PhiferRowe

My condolences to you and the family! Blessings to you always