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Official Obituary of: Cynthia (O’Leary) Coyle 09/22/2020

Cynthia (O’Leary) Coyle 09/22/2020

North Attleboro – Cynthia M. “Cindy” Coyle, 75, of North Attleboro passed away peacefully on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at her home surrounded by her devoted family.  She was the loving wife of Timothy “Tippy” Coyle for over 54 years before his death last September 21, 2019.

Born June 22, 1945 in North Attleboro, she was a daughter of the late Howard and Mary (Martello) O’Leary.

Cynthia was a beloved mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, godmother, great-grandmother and friend.  She was a lifelong resident of North Attleboro.

She was predeceased by her husband and her son, James Coyle.

She leaves behind her sons Timothy Coyle, Jr. of North Attleboro and Sean Coyle and his wife Karen of North Attleboro.  She was the loving sister of Heidi, Holly and Scott Leary and his wife Lisa.  Cynthia also leaves behind Helen Johnson, of whom she thought of as a daughter, and many dear friends.

She leaves behind her grandchildren: Shaelin Wells, Kayla and CJ Leary, Kelsey, Jack, Drew and and Ryan Coyle, Chloe Lynch and Ryan Zaborski; also great-grandsons Jamie Coyle and Brayden Zaborski and many nieces and nephews.

Cynthia was a homemaker when her children were young and then worked for the North Attleboro School Department for many years, later working in the food industry.

She was known for her extraordinary crafting talents, making beautiful dolls and crafts for many years.

Cynthia was a loving and caring person.  She brought a smile to everyone she met.  Her kindness spilled over into every aspect of her life and into all of the memories she left behind.

Visiting hours will be held on Friday, September 25 from 4-6 p.m at Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro.

A graveside service will be held on Saturday, September 26 at 10 a.m. at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Attleboro Falls.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Cynthia’s memory to the North Attleboro Parks and Rec Department, 43 South Washington Street, North Attleboro, MA 02760.

To sign an online guestbook for Cynthia, please visit www.sperry-mchoul.com.

  • Comment (16)
  • Dear Cindy, you were always such a cute smiling presence in our the corridors of old NAHS.  Rest in peace.
     

  • So very sorry to learn of your death Cindy. May you rest in peace.           Classmate of NAHS 1963. My prayers are with your fa!mily.                  

  • Condolences on the loss of your Mom, she always had a smile and a kind word for everyone .  

    Brian and Carol Nelson

  • We were fortunate to have Cindy as a long time neighbor. We have many fond memories of her kindness and our neighborly chats. Our heartfelt condolences go out to the family. She will be missed by all. 

  • Cindy, Rest In Peace. We did not know Cindy very well, but being neighbors always thought she was a very nice and friendly person. Sorry for the family loss but Cindy is now at peace and with Tippy. 

  • I was so sorry to hear about Cynthia and rather shocking.  I grew up with the Coyle family, they on Peck and me on Lafayette.  Upon my return home from California to Lafayette, the year JFK was killed, that was when I met and got to know her at LG BALFOUR on East St.  She was the kindest and sweetest young girls I had ever known.  She left lasting impressions on me.  My sympathy to her children and other family members.  So sorry.  May God Bless!

  • We are so sorry to learn of Cindy’s passing. Her beautiful smile, her kindness will always be remembered. May she rest in Peace. keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Cindy, dear friend, classmate, you will be missed!  Your lovely smile and spirit made you a special person to all who knew you.  RIP Cindy. You were a pleasure  to know.  

  • To the entire Coyle Family,
    I am so very sorry for your loss. Cindy was the sweetest person. She was always so kind to me.
    She will be missed by all.
    All of my sympathy.

  • You were a great person Cindy. You gave me my very first job when I was 14. I have great memories of you growing up in our neighborhood. May you rest in peace.

  • [i]Condolences to the all. Cindy was a wonderful women, I will miss her smile and great conversations. May your memories with her always bring a smile to your faces. [/i]

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  1. [i]Condolences to the all. Cindy was a wonderful women, I will miss her smile and great conversations. May your memories with her always bring a smile to your faces. [/i]

  2. You were a great person Cindy. You gave me my very first job when I was 14. I have great memories of you growing up in our neighborhood. May you rest in peace.

  3. To the entire Coyle Family,
    I am so very sorry for your loss. Cindy was the sweetest person. She was always so kind to me.
    She will be missed by all.
    All of my sympathy.

  4. Cindy, dear friend, classmate, you will be missed!  Your lovely smile and spirit made you a special person to all who knew you.  RIP Cindy. You were a pleasure  to know.  

  5. We are so sorry to learn of Cindy’s passing. Her beautiful smile, her kindness will always be remembered. May she rest in Peace. keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.

  6. I was so sorry to hear about Cynthia and rather shocking.  I grew up with the Coyle family, they on Peck and me on Lafayette.  Upon my return home from California to Lafayette, the year JFK was killed, that was when I met and got to know her at LG BALFOUR on East St.  She was the kindest and sweetest young girls I had ever known.  She left lasting impressions on me.  My sympathy to her children and other family members.  So sorry.  May God Bless!

  7. Cindy, Rest In Peace. We did not know Cindy very well, but being neighbors always thought she was a very nice and friendly person. Sorry for the family loss but Cindy is now at peace and with Tippy. 

  8. We were fortunate to have Cindy as a long time neighbor. We have many fond memories of her kindness and our neighborly chats. Our heartfelt condolences go out to the family. She will be missed by all. 

  9. Condolences on the loss of your Mom, she always had a smile and a kind word for everyone .  

    Brian and Carol Nelson

  10. So very sorry to learn of your death Cindy. May you rest in peace.           Classmate of NAHS 1963. My prayers are with your fa!mily.                  

  11. Dear Cindy, you were always such a cute smiling presence in our the corridors of old NAHS.  Rest in peace.
     

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