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David Brian Coyle

Berlin, Maryland

Feb 8, 1943 – Jul 30, 2019 (Age 76)


Burbage Funeral Home - Berlin, MD - Berlin Obituary

David Brian Coyle Sr., age76, died on Tuesday, July 30th, 2019 at his home. Born in Baltimore MD., he was the son of the late William H. Coyle and Anna Mae Coyle. He is survived by his beloved companion, Charlotte Wisnom, sons David Brian Coyle Jr, (Lili)of South Carolina, and Patrick Michael Coyle, (Tammy) of Bel Air MD., brothers William (Bill)Coyle, (Barbara) of Aberdeen, Richard Coyle, (companion Roberta Lijewski) of Bel Air, grandchildren Jacob Coyle, Sydney Dutton, Leah Coyle and Mason Coyle.

Mr. Coyle had served in the United States Army for 22 years and 9 months. He was employed by Locke Insulator for 22 years. David was a member of TCA (Trains Collectors Association) since childhood. He was an avid Lionel train collector. Not only was he an avid train collector he also collected U.S. mint coins and stamps. David was also a big fan of the Baltimore Colts. He was a member of the Sinepuxent American Legion Post #166 in Ocean City MD.

A service will be held Saturday August 3 ,2019 at Ocean Pines Community Church at 6pm. Reverend Boyd Etter and Reverend Dale Brown will officiate. Interment will be private for the family. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Community Church of Ocean Pines, 11227 Racetrack Road, Berlin MD. 21811, 410-641-5433. Letters of condolence may be sent to www.burbagefuneralhome.com  Arrangements are in the care of the Burbage Funeral Home in Berlin.


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I will miss you dad. Best father in law:) During one of our last talks.... I thanked you for accepting me into the family as a daughter ... in law. Thank you for taking me to buy my first car... Ford Probe. You always wanted to be sure everyone was ok and taken care of. I told you we would all be ok. I am glad we could care for you.... I know you are ok now. I love you.

He was a friend of 55 years. We had so many good times eating crabs and drinking beer in Bal'more! I will miss him.
You pain is over and you are pain free and happy as before.

It has been many years since I have seen David, but I always knew he was a kind person. My Mom & Dave grew up together as teenagers & she always spoke highly of him. He is in a better place now & will no longer be suffering. We willl keep his family in our thoughts & prayers!

Im so sorry for your loss . Your dad was always a nice man .

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

Rest in Peace Dave. The pain is over. You have touched everyones life who had the pleasure of getting to know you. You will be missed.

With loving memories of you, Dave. You were a great guy. Rest In Peace and be with the Lord. We will see you again and rejoice. Love, Jeanne and Harry

Rest in peace, Dave. Your suffering is over. You are now in the loving arms of the Lord, walking, painfree, and with joy.
We will all miss you and your
loving, kind, heart. Love, Joyce