OBITUARY

Jason Andrew Coyle

October 17, 1982February 13, 2021
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Jason A. Coyle, 38, Kansas City, Kansas passed away February 13, 2021. Jason was born on October 17, 1982 in Kansas City, Kansas to Gary K. and Phyllis E. Coyle. He graduated from Schlagle High School and was very proud of his Presbyterian faith.

A funeral for Jason will be held Saturday, February 20, 2021 at 2:00 PM, available live on Chapel Hill-Butler Funeral Home’s Facebook page. Please log on to facebook.com/chapelhillbutler to view the livestream of Jason’s service. Shortly before the appointed time, the livestream will begin. If you do not see the livestream on your screen, please refresh your page. You may need to scroll down to see the livestream. Interment will be immediately following in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens.

Jason was preceded in death by his sister, Alicia Coyle; grandparents, Kenneth and Carol Coyle, Donald and Maxine Striggow; grandmother, Betty Striggow; and great grandparents, James and Mabel Carter and Harold and Gladys Allen.

Jason is survived by his parents, Gary & Phyllis Coyle; a brother, Gideon Coyle and his wife, Christina; two sisters, Maria Fields and her husband, Ed and Carolina Foster and her husband, James; two nephews, Leo Coyle and Dean Foster; and one niece, Deniese Foster.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Maria Fields
  • Ed Fields
  • Carolina Foster
  • James Foster
  • Gideon Coyle
  • Crystal Catron
  • Gary Coyle, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Leo Coyle, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Deniese Foster, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Christina Coyle, Honorary Pallbearer

Services

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, February 20, 2021

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  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, February 20, 2021

Memories

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Darrel & Cindy Keeley

February 20, 2021

We're sorry for your loss! Jason is going to be missed so much, but we know he got his complete healing now and is walking on the streets of gold with Jesus, and we have the promise of seeing him again one day soon. We're going to miss seeing him on our get-togethers. We're continuing to pray for all of you!

Alec & Tabetha Tillery

February 17, 2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Coyle family at this time. I will always remember sharing the stage with Jason when he was Gideon's best man. It was an honor! We will all miss brother Jason.

Alec & Tabetha Tillery

Lynn Jolliff

February 17, 2021

I had the honor of calling Jason my brother, we aren't blood related but related by choice. I've known him for over 20 years so many great memories it's hard to choose just one. He had his way of communicating with you and letting you know when he didn't want to be bothered. I will always remember how anytime Phyllis or Gary would bring him to my mom's and put him in the big blue recliner he was out like a light within 5 minutes. He taught me to enjoy the little things in life he is dearly loved and will be dearly missed.

Christina Coyle

February 17, 2021

I remember when we all went on vacation. We went to the casino. I’m not a big gambler. Jason/we didn’t have his ID with us. So they wouldn’t let Jason in. I decided I was going stay with Jason so everyone could go and have their fun. That night I truly enjoyed the conversation we had together. He communicate In his only little way. His smile lit up the room. We were smiling and laughing together. I know you are looking down on us in heaven. No more wheelchair, no more medicine. Just that bright smile of yours. Love you and miss you

maria fields

February 17, 2021

Maria fields

February 17, 2021

It has not been easy little bro. Since you have left this earth. I will always remember our outtings. Such as drives, park, movies, out to eat, and baseball games. I love you so much. Also dancing with you and going to concerts.

Sarah Johnson

February 16, 2021

I loved how this family always rallied around with their love for Jason. My favorite memory would be when I to go this ladies house to get fitted for my wedding dress and Maria said come on Jason and she threw him over her shoulders and carried him in the house. I pray God cover this family and give them peace through this time.

Carolina Foster

February 16, 2021

Jason was my oldest brother. He had his own way of expressing his thoughts with you. You just had to take the time to truly understand what he was trying to say. He knew who took the time to communicate and understand him. I will never forget his smile. It could light up any room. We always included him in different activities. I will always remember putting him in the car on a nice afternoon driving with the windows down and listening to music. As a kid he helped me with paitence. My side kick is now my guardian angel 👼I know he is running around in heaven with our sister and family that have passed. Ask God for the sun to shine bright at your celebration of life!

LaVina Staab

February 15, 2021

Jason was a wonderful nephew and a joy to all our lives. You gave Jason a wonderful life full of fun, happiness, and love. He will be missed. Hugs and prayers.
Love LaVina

Susan Robare

February 15, 2021

Phyllis, Gary, Maria, Gideon, Carolina
Words can not express how sorry I am about Jason's passing. You gave him the best life. One of my favorite memories is when he would be vocal during church! I always knew when he was vocal he was happy about something that was being said or sung. Hugs and prayers during this extremely difficult time.

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