Dolores Evelyn Coyle

Aug 31, 1927 - Mar 1, 2014

Obituary

Coyle, Dolores Evelyn Fassett Renfree

Sunrise: August 31, 1927

Sunset: March 1, 2014

 

Dolores peacefully passed away on March 1, 2014 with her family by her side. She is predeceased by husbands Alfred H. “Harry” Renfree and Charles J. “Chuck” Coyle; sister June Minasian; brothers Bill Fassett and Clayton Fassett; sisters-in-law Earlene Fassett, Betty Green, Leona Renfree, and Margaret Renfree; brothers-in-law Vic Minasian, Jack Renfree, and Reginald Renfree; and step-sons Donald Coyle and Richard Coyle. She is survived by her loving family, son Robert Renfree; daughter Pamela Goldberg (Robert); step-daughters Jan Mentink, Linda Middleton, Kathy Coyle Brown (Ron), and Terry Coyle; step-sons Patrick Coyle and David Coyle (Karen); grandchildren, Matthew Goldberg (Melissa), Adam Goldberg (fiancée Emily Glei), Leah Goldberg, Lori Ybarra (Adam), Wendi Mentink, Michelle Reichenberg (Dean), Jennifer Middleton, Kim Cafarella (Jim), Josh Coyle, Bernie Coyle (Vicki) ,Daniel Coyle, Charles Coyle (Andrea), Erin Prosser (Ryan), Antonio Saldana, and Moises Saldana; great grandchildren Madeline, Jack, and Isabella Goldberg, Ashley Fielding (Jon), Tyler Belcher, Jalen Ybarra, Kyle, Abigayle, and Lily Middleton, Peyton, Brendan, Dylan, and Vanessa Coyle, Adam and Sophie Carafella, and Jackson and Hailey Prosser; sisters-in-law Jean Sims, Connie Fassett, and Shirley Hale (Bob); and brother-in-law Art Green.

Dolores was a Life Member of the VFW Post #67 Ladies Auxiliary, and a Member of the Elks Lodge #6. In lieu of flowers donations may be sent in Dolores’s memory to: Save Ourselves: Sacramento’s Local Breast Cancer Organization, www.save-ourselves.org; Sacramento Police Canine Association, 550 Bercut Drive, Sacramento, CA 95811, www.spdk9.org or a charity of your choice.

Guestbook

  • Tanya Beard says:

    Dear family: I have not seen Dolores since a Pig Bowl dinner in the mid 80’s at the old Arco Arena. We worked together, along with Pam at Oregon Pacific Industries in the earl 70’s. Wow, was she a kick in the pants! I will always remember her “Hi there!” She was a dear heart and I will always remember her with a smile. May God bless your entire family.

  • Joseph Barnes says:

    I knew Dolores for many years as her husband, Chuck worked with me at the Police Department before his passing in 1979. Delores was also the Secretary for our bowling team for a number of years. She and my wife Becky were friends. God bless her and may she rest in peace.

  • Marjorie Colman says:

    Dear Pam and Bob and family, We will always remember the beautiful memories of your mom. She always had a beautiful smile and such a great outlook on life. It was always a pleasure spending time with her. We always loved her optimism and positive attitude in life. Please accept our condolences. Love, Margie and Alan Colman

  • Edie Lenhart & Don Voss says:

    Enjoyed many rounds of golf and drinks with Dolores. We sre so sorry about her passing.

  • Charlene Caples says:

    After a friendship of over 30 years, we look back on all the good times we had. Our condolences to the family.

  • John Eastman says:

    So many good times shared with both Dolores and Chuck and the family. Another page is turned.

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