Marion McDonald (Mack) Coyle, 72 Years, 6 Months, 2 Days, departed this life on Oct. 19, 2021 in Jackson.
He was born April 17, 1949 in Bastrop, La., the son of the late Marion Coyle and Elizabeth Mae Raymond Harris.
He was a roofing contractor for many years. He was a hard-working man that never gave up while facing adversity. Love, laughter, and wisdom that flowed from his heart for God, family, and others shone brightly and beautifully wherever he was and in all that he did. This best showed in his servant’s heart in helping others, no matter who it was, where they were or what they needed.
His way of life and humor were bar-none, and his hilarious stories captured and filled a room with joy and laughter. This impact was true both in the stories that he told during his life, and in the story that his life told.
He is survived by the love of his life with 45 years of marriage, Lori Coyle of Bethel Springs; his children, Tammie Robinette of Greeley, Colo., (children, Blake and Dustin), Janie Coyle Owens of Greeley, Colo., (children, Ashley and Christian, grandchild, Lily), Melissa Coyle of Platteville, Colo., (children, Kayla, Addison and the late Austin Graves), Mac (Aleshia) Coyle of Orange, Texas, (children, Pepper, Morgan, Cherish, Keara and Karma), Damon (Amanda) Coyle of Jackson (children, Riyah, Michael, Elise and Gemma), Amanda (Nathan) Sickler of Medina (children, Gabe and Arabella), Jeremiah (Kesha) Coyle of Bethel Springs (children, Bradley, Hailey, Aiden, Gabe and Timmy), Elizabeth Coyle of Bethel Springs (children, Lori Beth, Joseph, Alana, Houston and Hudson), Sarah (Blake) Rudd of Bethel Springs (children Chloe and Josh), Abigail Coyle of Selmer (children, Sean, Addison and Chase), Isaiah Mack Coyle of Selmer (child, Matthew), Grace Coyle of Selmer, Abraham Coyle of Selmer, Hannah Coyle of Bethel Springs (children, Jayden and Riley), Jesse Coyle of Bethel Springs and Michaela Coyle of Selmer; a sister, Ida McGuffee of Aimwell, La.; one brother, Buddy (Gail) Coyle of Denison, Texas; and a host of nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Ruthie Weatherford and Helen Christeol; and several children and grandchildren who are now in his arms.
A Celebration of Life Memorial Service will be held in a few weeks, and the family hopes that you all attend. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate contributions toward his celebration of life service. Please feel free to contact his family members to find out more information on what type of contributions may be made to help with his service. www.shackelfordfuneraldirectors.com