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Kraft Funeral Service & Kraft-Graceland Memorial Park

2776 Charlestown Road, New Albany, IN

OBITUARY

James W. Coyle

April 18, 1948July 27, 2020
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James W. Coyle, 72 years of age died Monday July 27th. He was born April 18, 1948 in Louisville, Kentucky to the late Pat and Rhea (Board) Coyle and was the widower of Sharon M. (Humphrey) Coyle who died in March of 2020. Jim was a retired Vice-Pesident of Manufacturing for Fire King International and was a member of American Legion Post #28 in New Albany, a Kentucky Colonel, and Jack Daniels Squire Club. Survivors include; Five children; Candace Coyle, James W. Coyle Jr., Julie Carney (Gene), Robyn Haller (John), David Hepp (Paula). Nine grandchildren; Brandi, Katelyn, J.J., Bailey, Cory, Brian, Ryan, Ronnie and Riley. Visitation at Kraft Funeral Service 2776 Charlestown Rd. will be Friday July 31 from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. His Funeral Service will be held at 2:00 pm, in the Kraft Charlestown Rd. Chapel. Private burial will be in Kraft-Graceland Memorial Park. The family requests all visitors wear protective masks and abide by current regulations. Expressions of Sympathy to: Bonnie Sloan American Legion Post # 28 in New Albany, Indiana 47150

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, July 31, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, July 31, 2020

  • Private Burial

    Friday, July 31, 2020

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James W. Coyle

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Janice Ross Gregory

July 31, 2020

When JW lived with Mag & Woodford , his Board grandparents, he was my closest neighbor. Although he & I were the same age & in the same class in school I probably knew his little brothers better they would walk to our house to play with my brother.
I lost track of J W and thought of him often wondering where he lived and what he was doing. Fond Memories.
Thanks to the family for sharing pictures.
May God Bless you All.
Janice

Elaine Brooks

July 29, 2020

I remember that when he walked through the plant that he had swagger, a smooth walk, a man of few words. But don’t think for a moment that he wasn’t taken it all in. He new what was going on and knew how to handle it . He was a man of business at work . I didn’t get to know him on a personal level but I was very grateful when he hired me “Thanks Jim !” My prayers go out to all his family members. Until we meet again Jim may you Rest In Peace

Mabel Allen

July 29, 2020

So sorry for your loss. I knew J.W. from High School and thought a lot of him. He liked writing poetry back then and was pretty good at it. Will have his loved ones in my thoughts during this difficult time.

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