Alice Coyle Hughes

Media, Pennsylvania


Media, Pennsylvania


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Alice Coyle Hughes, 56, of Media, PA, died from a short, but difficult, bout with liver cancer on Thursday, February 20 in hospice at Riddle Hospital. Alice attended St. Margaret’s grade school in Narberth, Lower Merion High School, and graduated from Bloomsberg University. After many and very...

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My deepest condolences to Alice's family. She was wonderful and great to work with when she was still at ACP. So very sorry. John Stelluto

May the love and memories of friends and family carry your through their your grief Alice! Rest In Peace!

Our sons both play soccer for King's College. Alice and I shared a laugh together being that our boys have the same name/initials. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Our deepest condolences.
The Holton Family

We share your grief and send love and fierce prayers of support to you all. The Axtman Family

I had the privilege of knowing Alice for a relatively short time, through the local Democratic Committee. Alice was irrepressibly energetic and always willing to lend a hand, an ear or a warm shoulder when needed. She'll be sorely missed by people who knew her in her many different roles.

Deepest condolences to Josh, Nathan, Patrick and the entire family.

So very, very sorry for your loss. Alice was such a kind person. She was the sort of person who asked how you were doing not as a pleasantry, but because she cared. She is missed.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Sorry for your loss of Alice. Im friends with Audra Havrilla. And although I only met Alice once I immediately felt like Id known her forever! Hugs and prayers that she is resting in heaven with our Savior.

Alice was a kind and passionate person to all, but for me, she was one of my dearest friends. We first met at a chapter meeting right after the ASIM and ACP merger in July 1998. She befriended me and tried to teach me about the then alien culture of ACP and how to survive it. She defended and counseled me, told her ACP colleagues I really was a nice person (notwithstanding my sometimes abrasive manner) and let me know when I was wrong and needed to do better. Most importantly, she...