Obituary of Randy Coyle
It is with great sadness that we must announce the passing of Randy Coyle who passed away on January 26th, 2024. Randy was a wonderful husband, father, and Grampies to his grandchildren, and was loved by so many.
Randy was a self-made man that made his living by inventing and manufacturing both exercise and cemetery equipment. He held many patents, including one for his invention of the SWINGSQUAT machine which is now extremely popular! Randy was a very hardworking man that was proud of his work. In addition to his career, Randy was married to the love of his life, Myra Coyle, and the pair brought two beautiful daughters into the world. The couple shared over 56 years of marriage together, making precious memories throughout the years.
In his free time, Randy was a lover of music and had an extensive record collection that spanned many genres. He loved his grandchildren and even his furry grandbabies. Randy was also a proud supporter of President TRUMP and his endeavors, as well as a staunch member of the National Rifle Association.
Randy Coyle was many things, but he will always be remembered as a devoted husband, caring father and grandfather, and a loyal friend. Thought it brings us sadness to say goodbye, we take comfort in knowing that he is reunited in heaven with his beloved grandson, Johnny Travers. It is now that we look to those he leaves behind to carry on his memory. Randy’s survivors include his wife, Myra Coyle, his daughters, Victoria Spencer (Norman), Kathy Travers (Kevin), his granddaughter, Natalie Travers (Brandon), as well as a wealth of cherished family, friends, neighbors, and colleagues that will remember him fondly.
If you would like to contribute to Randy’s memory in your own way, please consider making a charitable contribution to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Donations can be made via inmemof.org.
Hours of public visitation for Randy will be held on Friday, February 2nd from 3 to 7 PM at Norman Dean Home for Services. A brief interment service will be held at Hollywood Memorial Park in Union on Saturday, February 3rd at 11 AM. All are welcome to come and celebrate the life of this incredible man!