Kevin J. Coyle

  • Born: June 13, 1950
  • Died: February 3, 2021
  • Location: North Easton, Massachusetts

Kane Funeral Home & Cremation Services

605 Washington St
PO Box 34
Easton, MA 02375
Tel. (508) 238-4269

Tribute & Message From The Family

North Easton--Kevin J. Coyle, 70 of North Easton, passed away on February 3, 2021 after a lengthy battle with ALS, surrounded by his loving family. Born on June 13, 1950 in Boston, he was the son of the late Thomas E. and Gloria I. (Berardi) Coyle. After serving our country in the United States Air Force, Kevin worked for General Dynamics for 10 years later working for United Liquors where he retired in 2012 after 25 years of service. He was a proud member of Teamsters Union Local 653. He loved gardening at his home, bird watching on his deck, listening to music and collecting clocks. Kevin spent many summers camping at Maple Park in Wareham. Most of all he enjoyed spending time with family and friends. Kevin was the beloved husband of Judy A. (Parker) Coyle. Devoted father of Kevin T. Coyle of Easton. Dear brother of Joseph Coyle and his wife Lisa of Brockton and Michael T. Coyle and his wife Brenda of Mashpee. Kevin was the loving uncle to many nieces and nephews. Visitation for Kevin will be held on Wednesday, February 10th from 3 pm to 7 pm at the Kane Funeral Home, 605 Washington St, South Easton, MA 02375. All other services will be private for the family only, due to COVID restrictions. A special thank you to all of the staff that took care of Kevin and his family at the New England Sinai Hospital in Stoughton. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Kevins memory can be made to Compassionate Care ALS, 752 W Falmouth Hwy, Falmouth, MA 02540.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Our prayers go out to your Family - you are in our thoughts and in our hearts. Please accept our deepest sympathy for your loss.

Posted by Doreen & Marty Castrechini - Coworker   February 18, 2021

My deepest sympathies go out to Judy and young Kevin in this saddest of times. Kevin and I shared a lot of laughs over the time that we knew each other. We both had a wry sense of humor that was not as common among all our co-workers. He will always be known as “King Coyle” in my heart .God bless him on this next journey.

Posted by Tom Dougherty - Friend   February 08, 2021

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.

Posted by Barbara Butler - Family   February 08, 2021