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Coley Ray Dool, Jr.

December 23, 2001 — March 10, 2024

Cedar Creek

We gather here today to celebrate and honor a true legend, a great son, a great brother, a great friend and a genuine stand up guy. Coley Jr was one of a kind and he made his mark in this world and in the hearts of every single person he met. Coley Jr was taken from us way too soon.

On March 10th, 2024, Coley Ray Dool JR aka “CJ” “Wheelie King 22 of Cedar Creek, Texas” was called home to be with our heavenly father. Coleys life was tragically taken from us when a car pulled out in front of him while he was riding his motorcycle home in Mustang Ridge. Coley had a passion for the ride, he did not look at the motorcycle with fear and doubt, he saw freedom and open skies.

 Coley JR was born December 23,2001 to Coley Ray Dool SR and Jolleen Goodson is Ausitn TX. Coley   graduated from Lockart Hish school in 2020. Shortly after graduation from high school Coley attended MMI (Motorcycle & Marine Institute) in Orlando Florida, where he graduated as a certified Harley Davidson Mechanic. While in Florida attending school Coley worked a full time job at Seminole Harley Davidson. He started out as a porter, which in itself wasn’t a bad job to have because he got to ride every brand new bike that came through the shop and put the first 10 miles on them. Seminole quickly saw Coley’s talent and his abilities to work on bikes and moved Coley up to a mechanic even before he graduated. Once he graduated College and came back to Texas he was going to start working with Harley Garcia at Tries & Taco but unfortunately was convinced to go to work for All makes cycles. That did not last long because they did not allow him to do what he went to school to do and to make the kinda of money he should have been. That’s when he began working at Central Texas Harley Davidson where he got to pursue his dreams and do what he intended to do with his life, work on Harley Davidson’s. It didn’t take long for them to welcome him in and they became his second family.

Now a little bit about Coley, he  was riding from the time he could walk. From bicycles, to dirt bikes, to scooters & then to Harley Davidson’s, pretty much anything with 2 wheels you can bet your ass he was riding it. He lived and breathed Harley’s. Coley owned 4 bikes. The first bike Coley fell in love with was gifted to him after his high school graduation by Joe Ogg who unfortunately met his fate on a motorcycle as well, this bike was named “Joker”. Joker and another sportster were Coley’s stunt bikes, and he defenitely rode em like he stole em. The next bike Coley received was a his dream bike a “1985 FXR” this bike accompanied him on his journey to Florida where he received his education for the one thing in this world he loved and craved working on Harley’s. Coley and his FXR had a love hate relationship and it was supposed to be his daily driver while attending school in Florida but he could not bear the thought of putting that many miles on it, that’s when he got his Dyna. The Dyna was Coley’s second baby. Most of the time he treated her with love and respect, but every now and again he would ride her hard.

Coley could ride a motorcycle like nobody’s business and his love for wheelie’s well I don’t have to say anything else on that. Other than he was the Wheelie King. Coley was extraordinary, he loved life and knew how to have fun. Coley Jr was the light that brought any room he entered to life, either making jokes or dancing around, Coley was also popular among the niece and nephews because he would play with them for hours on end. He would give the shirt off his back even if that was all he had.   As us older folks would say “they don’t make em like him anymore.” Coley  was rare, kind, genuine, respectful, compassionate, and a stand-up guy. Very well mannered “yes ma’am, no ma’am” “yes sir, no sir” as he was told from a young age manner like that will get you far in life.  He was also silly, funny, but serious when that time was upon him. We definitely can’t forget that he was a ladies man, with his good looks, boyish charm and the way he could show off and show everyone up on a bike was a dangerous mix and the ladies ate it up. Even as a young child the ladies hearts melted with his bleach blonde hair and his big blue eyes. Coley without a doubt made his mark in the world and everyone that met him will never forget him. Coley will be missed by so many, and he touched a lot of hearts and souls in his short 22 years here with us on earth. We have to say see you later to Coley but our loved ones that have past get to say hello. We know that Dusty, Tommy, David, Joe and all of our other loved ones were there to greet him with open arms. They will be tearing up the streets of gold in heaven just as they did here on earth.

 

Coley is proceeded in death by his baby brother Stone Ray Dool, his step mom Dusty Johnson, grandmother Robbin Hanks, Grandfather Clifton Goodson, Grandfather Charles Hooper, Uncle Tommy Hooper, Uncle Tommy Walker, Joe Ogg, David Olm, Jason Ivie, and friend Harley Garcia and so many more loved ones we have lost.

Coley is survived by his father Coley Ray Dool SR, Mother and Stepfather Jolleen & Michael Toliver. Grandmother and grandfather Frances & Nick Rurak, grandfather Rick Hanks. Siblings Dallas Dool, Angel Toliver, Dustin Toliver & wife Chelsea Toliver. Nieces and nephews Coleton Lee, Malachi, Sadie, Maisy & Lilah. Aunts and Uncles Katie Goodson, Sean Dool, Travis Goodson, Sherry Dool, Casey and wife Melissa Crane, Lynette & husband Chris Cowan, Shawnta Toliver. Cousins includes Curtis Braddock, Drew Braddock, Emily Gray, Alyson Gray, Morgan Dool, Michael Dool, Vassar Holman, Kasey Johnson, Kayla Prentice, Kristen Holman, Brianna Walker, Alyssa Lynkins, Damien Crane, David Crane, Cody and wife Amanda Cooper, Britney and Husband Daryl Wilson, Scott Masterson. Brothers from another mother Robert Fox, and so many more people that if Coley JR met then you then you were family. 

Services to celebrate his life will be held Saturday, April 6, 2024. 
Family and friends will gather at Marrs Jones Newby Funeral Home from 12:30 to 1:00pm and the service will begin at 1:00pm.

After Coley’s services here today there will be a short ride to Antioch Cemetery located at 227 Antioch Rd Paige TX where we will bury a small amount of remains with his baby brother Stone, followed by A  Celebration of life service to be held at the Waterhole located at 5244 HWY 71 Del Valle, Tx 78617. In lieu of flowers

Your passion for the ride will never be forgotten, may you ride in peace brother on your new adventure, this is not goodbye this is I will see you later. Through the twists and turns of life, you were always a friend we were proud to have by our side. Even in death, your motorcycle will forever be parked in our hearts.





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Service Schedule

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Gathering of Family and Friends

Saturday, April 6, 2024

12:30 - 1:00 pm (Central time)

Marrs-Jones-Newby Funeral Home

505 Old Austin Hwy, Bastrop, TX 78602

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Funeral Service

Saturday, April 6, 2024

Starts at 1:00 pm (Central time)

Marrs-Jones-Newby Funeral Home

505 Old Austin Hwy, Bastrop, TX 78602

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