In Loving Memory of Sarah Coyle Lee

January 27, 1925
Danbury, CT
December 06, 2018
Weston, CT
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Spear-Miller Funeral Home

39 South Benson Road,
Fairfield CT US 06824

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Sarah Coyle Lee

Sarah Coyle Lee, a long time resident of Weston, died on Thursday, December 6, 2018. Sarah (Sally) was born on January 27, 1925 in Danbury and attended local schools. She graduated from Danbury State Teachers college and taught in the Weston public schools until her retirement. Sally also volunteered with the Connecticut Red Cross for over 25 years receiving several awards for her exemplary participation and willingness to give of her time. Sally was an accomplished bridge player and loved traveling with friends to exotic places, such as Africa, Italy, Spain, Egypt and Ireland to name a few. Sally was predeceased by her husband Bob in 1976. She was also predeceased by a brother John Coyle, and two sisters, Patricia Coyle and Mary Coyle Tobin. She is survived by sisters Sheila Coyle Dolan, and Jean Coyle Oldham. Other survivors include Jack and Paulette Coyle; James and Lynda Coyle; John and Stephanie Dolan; Barbara Jackson; David and Deirdre Nesline; Kathleen and Geoff Gallo; Geraldine and Chuck Brady; Maura and John McCarthy; FJ and Marcie Oldham and many grand nieces and nephews. The family wishes to thank the staff and nurses at Crosby Commons and Bishop Wicke nursing home for their excellent and compassionate care during her stay at the facilities. In the Spring, the family plans to have a memorial mass of remembrance at St Francis Church in Weston celebrating her life. Interment will be private at the convenience of the family. For information or to offer an online condolence please visit www.SpearMillerFuneralHome.com

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  1. Pleased to have worked with her in Weston. She was loved and revered by generations of students. May wonderful memories and blessings comfort her family and friends in your loss.

  2. I worked with Sally at Hurlbutt Elementary School. I was lucky to enjoy her company at our retired birthday lunches and playing bridge. Sally was also one if my husband s elementary school teachers. She will be missed