February 16, 1932 – October 11, 2018
THERESA J. COYNE, age 86, passed away Thursday, October 11 surrounded by her loved ones. Beloved wife of the late Patrick J. for over 57 years. Loving mother of Kathleen J. Barnes (Jeff), Robert J, Patrick J. Jr (LeeAnn), and Jackie J DeWitt (Dan); grandmother of Michelle Bolger (Colin), Jennifer DeWitt, Madelyn Barnes, Jessica Coyne, Debbie DeWitt, Victoria and Hannah Coyne; devoted great grandmother of Kylie DeWitt, Juan Parker III, Alice Bolger; sister of Frank Adameck and the late Helen, Mary, Joseph, Virginia, Elizabeth and Andrew; aunt of many.
She enjoyed all the time she spent with her family, especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Mass of Christian burial Friday, October 19 at 11:30am in St. Angela Merici Church, 20970 Lorain Rd. interment private. Friends may call at the Corrigan Craciun Funeral Home, 20820 Lorain Rd from 4-8pm Thursday.
- Visitation Thursday, October 18, 2018
- Mass of Christian Burial Friday, October 19, 2018
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October 19, 2018
Mr. and Mrs. Coyne, Hannah and Tori,
I am deeply sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
October 18, 2018
I have so many great memories of my Aunt Theresa, who was my Godmother as well, she was always so loving and caring, her sense of humor always kept me laughing, especially as I got older, when we’d see each other, we would just laugh and enjoy each other’s company.
I always admired how she would stand by her beliefs, stand up for her family, she would tell you what she thought.
She was a strong woman, which is another quality I admired. Both Aunt Theresa and Uncle Pat were so good to me, I miss them both dearly. It’s comforting to know that they are together again in heaven. Love you both 💗💗💗
October 17, 2018
My Aunt Tese took over where my mom left off when she died 27 years ago. She was there to help with Angela, as well as watching her own grandchildren. She would ask some interesting questions at times. Hey Jackie, do you remember the question she asked when your dad was in the hospital? Sometimes we would laugh so hard because there was no answer. Or the answer wasn’t her business. Lol. I remember Uncle Pat having a problem after a colonoscopy. He needed an ambulance. They are telling me this story, and I can’t stop laughing. Tese was on one phone, and Pat was in the other room on the other phone, and after awhile Pat realized he was talking to Tese. Honestly, I don’t know how the ambulance got there. However that was them. We laughed, we cried, we loved and there was nothing I couldn’t tell them or them me. It was an honor being their niece. I hope the Coyne family gets through this by remembering all the goofy stuff Tese did. I’m sure you are all devastated. However, I know she is at peace. You are on a prayer list with my ladies, and we will continue to pray for you during this difficult time. We all loved her dearly. Rest In Peace “Tese”.
October 17, 2018
My favorite memory of Tese is how straight forward she was with a person, whether it being a compliment or just the opposite of that, hahaha. She always had the best humor and would make the room fill with laughter. She loved her family and always made them feel loved. I miss her dearly and will always remember my sweet, silly, and spunky grandma. Tese is now in a better place, reunited with her loved one, and living a more joyful life. I love her so much and am happy to know that she is up in heaven, watching over me and my whole family.
October 16, 2018
I will love and miss my grandma always. Now she's reunited with my grandpa and looking down and smiling on us. I wish I was given the chance to say goodbye but I know she will aways be watching over us! Rest easy Grandma!
October 15, 2018
Pat, Lee Ann, and Family I am sorry for your loss and I pray for your entire family during this difficult time. I wish you strength and peace and hope over the next few days you can share good memories of your mom as a family
Laurie and Frank Spanulo
Maureen & Adam Rosciszewski
October 15, 2018
Now She is with the love of her life Pat. Once again they can enjoy each other in the company of our Lord. They are both missed so much. We remember they never held anything back just told you how it is and that is what we admired about those two. Please accept our deepest sympathy on the loss of your mom now. They are looking down together on their family with great pride. Know they live in your hearts forever.
Uncle Adam & Aunt Maureen