I did not know Susan.I rarely see the name Coyle.Like Susan, I have a
brother Pat Coyle, lives in Huron,SD— son, Pat Joyce–3 other sons. My little sister AnnCoyle died of cancer many yrs. ago. I saw
the name in paper. My daughter Joan’s Dear Friend, was buried from
this same Funeral Home last wk. I
feel some connection to anyone named COYLE.My Sincere Condolences
Margaret Mary CoyleJoyce
It is truly sad to hear of Sue’s passing. I worked with her for 20 years at P&H and knew her well. My sympathy is with her family. She was always upbeat and positive.
Sue will be remembered as a joyful, caring, considerate woman. We shared many a laugh on the bowling lanes at West Allis. Condolences to the family.
Sue was a good friend. Sue’s lively spirit and wonderous sense of humor will be deeply missed. Thirty-seven years of working together and many years of bowling together have created many fond memories. I will honor Sue by keeping all of our shared experiences in my thoughts.
this is to express our deepest sympathy to Sue’s family and Randy Dedrick. Our prayers are with her daughter, Shannon, and her brother, Pat. Sue was a part of many family gatherings with my parents, Ed and Claire Mittelstedt and my sister, Kris Dobbs. God must have needed Sue and while it is very difficult at this time, Sue will be watching over all of us. Rest in peace; you will be missed by so many people.
The world just lost a wonderful person Sue who will be missed by all who knew her. I will always treasure the time Sue and I shared when I worked with her at P&H and time we spent together outside of P&H. Heaven just gained a wonderful angel SUE.