Kyle Mathew Coleman, 56, died May 10, 2022, at his home in Manchester, NH. He was born on June 25, 1965, in Lowell, Massachusetts, the son of Richard Coleman and Joyce Coleman (Peck).
Kyle spent the last 17 years with the love of his life, Linda McDonald.
Kyle graduated from Nashoba Valley Technical High School in Westford with a focus in automotive mechanics. He worked for 15+ years at Kaye Instruments and General Electric as a calibration lab technician. His most recent position was with US Tools in Manchester NH.
He began his working career with his 4 brothers at Howard Johnson's in Chelmsford, where he also developed lifelong friendships.
Of his many interests, Kyle often spoke fondly of playing wiffle ball with his family on the beach late in the day and his biggest regret was that he could not hit Grampie’s fastball, which of course brought much laughter from all his siblings. Kyle loved playing the slots and poker at Mohegan Sun with Linda.
He also loved to spend time with his brothers and sisters. Attending concerts or playing hoop, softball and golf would bring him so much happiness. Fond memories of skating, sledding, and fishing in the easement behind the Ansie Road house where he grew up were expressed frequently by Kyle.
Kyle was the #1 fan of the Dallas Cowboys. In fact, Kyle was known to possess many current sports-related statistics. If you wanted to know who has the lowest ERA or the most TDs’ thrown, Kyle most likely had those answers.
The stories and laughs he shared 40 years later live on through his family. His sense of humor was quick and spot on. Even with his recent health challenges, his grace and humility were inspirational.
Kyle is survived by his 6 siblings including Kathleen Descoteaux of Goffstown, NH; Karen Bagni of Chicago, IL; Kenneth and Barbara Coleman of Chelmsford, MA; Kevin and Sandy Coleman of Tyngsboro, MA; Keith and Jeanmarie Coleman of Sterling, MA and Kris and Donna Coleman of Chelmsford, MA. Kyle is also survived by many nieces and nephews.
He will be dearly missed but will live on in the hearts of Linda and his family.