Patricia M. (Jeannotte) Coyle | News, Sports, Jobs


Patricia M. (Jeannotte) Coyle, 89, a longtime resident of Nashua NH, passed away peacefully on March 1, 2022 at the Courville in Nashua. She was the widow of Frederick J. Coyle who died in 1996.

She was born in the Roslindale section of Boston, MA on October 22, 1932, the daughter of the late Norman and Helen (Devine) Jeannotte, former owners of Jeannotte’s Market.

Patricia attended Nashua Schools and was the first class of Mount St. Mary’s Academy. She then attended the Chandler Secretarial School. At one time, she worked as a medical secretary at Lowell General Hospital.

“Nanny” loved to shop, eat out and had a huge sweet tooth; dessert was the best part of the meal. She was a child at heart and a proud Nashua native. She was probably the only person who had lived in Hawaii for a while and was looking forward to returning home to Nashua. Nanny loved taking care of her family and talking to everyone. She definitely had a gift for small talk.

She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Kathleen and Daniel Donovan; his son, Kevin Coyle, all of Nashua; five grandchildren, Jamison Coyle (Leah), Jeffrey Donovan (Taryn), Jesse Coyle, Julie Guay (Cory) and Allison Donovan; three great-grandchildren, Jaxson and Mason Coyle, Nathan Guay, and one who will be arriving soon. She was the stepmother of the late Kim Coyle, who died in July 2021.

SERVICES: Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to his visitation from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. on Monday, March 7, 2022, at Davis Funeral Home, 1 Lock St, Nashua, NH 03064. His funeral mass will follow at 10 a.m. :00 AM at Immaculate Conception Church, 216 E. Dunstable Rd., NH 03062 (For those unable to attend in person, Mass will be streamed live at Interment will follow at St. Patrick’s Cemetery, 102 Derry Rd, Hudson, NH 03051. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in honor of his loved ones who received treatment. An online guest book is available at (603-883-3401) “ONE MEMORY IGNITES ANOTHER.”


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