Willie COYLE

Date of Death: Monday 6th May 2024 Town: Carrickmore
Date of Death: Monday 6th May 2024

We the family of the late Willie Coyle, wife Bridget, daughter Mary, sons Edward and Gareth and brother Paddy, wish to thank most sincerely, all those who sympathised and supported us during our recent sad bereavement. We would like to thank all those who attended the wake and funeral, sent mass cards, letters and messages on social media. We are eternally grateful to our kind friends, family and neighbours; for those making tea, who brought food and assisted in any way. The family would like to thank Dr McDermott, Dr O’Kane, the nurses and staff of Ward 42 Altnagelvin Hospital, who cared for Dad with great respect and kindness in his final weeks. Also the carers and district nurses who attended Dad and Fiona and the staff of Harte’s Pharmacy. We would like to thank Fr Peter McAnenly PP for the beautiful Requiem Mass, Fr Donnelly who officiated at the graveside and the gravedigger for preparing Dad’s final resting place. Fr Arkinson who called at the wake and said prayers with the family. Thanks also to Bernie and Patricia who sang so beautifully throughout the mass and at the graveside. We would also like to thank Anne for the beautiful family flowers, the Mellon County Inn for the refreshments after the burial and FMC Funeral Services; Peadar, Ryan and Kelley who carried out the funeral arrangements with professionalism and dignity; as well as Seamus Russell for all his help.

As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, we hope this acknowledgement will be accepted as an expression of our deep gratitude and sincere appreciation to all.

Willie’s Month’s Mind will be celebrated in St. Colmcille’s Church Carrickmore on Friday 7th June at 7.30pm

We the family of the late Willie Coyle, wife Bridget, daughter Mary, sons Edward and Gareth and brother Paddy, wish to thank most sincerely, all those who sympathised and supported us during our recent sad bereavement. We would like to thank all those who attended the wake and funeral, sent mass cards, letters and messages on social media. We are eternally grateful to our kind friends, family and neighbours; for those making tea, who brought food and assisted in any way. The family would like to thank Dr McDermott, Dr O’Kane, the nurses and staff of Ward 42 Altnagelvin Hospital, who cared for Dad with great respect and kindness in his final weeks. Also the carers and district nurses who attended Dad and Fiona and the staff of Harte’s Pharmacy. We would like to thank Fr Peter McAnenly PP for the beautiful Requiem Mass, Fr Donnelly who officiated at the graveside and the gravedigger for preparing Dad’s final resting place. Fr Arkinson who called at the wake and said prayers with the family. Thanks also to Bernie and Patricia who sang so beautifully throughout the mass and at the graveside. We would also like to thank Anne for the beautiful family flowers, the Mellon County Inn for the refreshments after the burial and FMC Funeral Services; Peadar, Ryan and Kelley who carried out the funeral arrangements with professionalism and dignity; as well as Seamus Russell for all his help.

As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, we hope this acknowledgement will be accepted as an expression of our deep gratitude and sincere appreciation to all.

Willie’s Month’s Mind will be celebrated in St. Colmcille’s Church Carrickmore on Friday 7th June at 7.30pm


COYLE, Carrickmore, 6th May 2024, Willie, RIP. Peacefully at Altnagelvin.

Beloved husband of Bridget and much loved Father of Edward, Mary, Gareth and the late Liam (RIP). Brother of Paddy and the late Tommy and Peggy (McNamee), RIP. Loving Granda and Great Granda.

Remains reposing at his late residence 23 Ardtearmann, Carrickmore BT79 9JH on Tuesday 7th May from 7pm until removal on Thursday 9th May at 10.30am to St.Colmcille’s Church for 11am requiem mass. Burial at 1pm in Glenock, Newtownstewart.

House private on Tuesday and Wednesday night from 10pm and on the morning of the funeral.

Deeply regretted and sadly missed by his loving wife, sons, daughter, brother, grandchildren, great grandchildren, nephews and nieces and extended family circle.

Our Lady Pray for Him.

FMC Funeral Services

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