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Daniel V

September 4, 1976 — July 12, 2020

Born in Wilmington, Delaware on September 4, 1976 Departed on July 12, 2020 and resided in Hendersonville, Tennessee

Our beloved son, brother, husband, and father of two children, Daniel Patrick Coyle V passed away on Sunday, July 12, 2020.

Daniel was born September 4, 1976 in Wilmington, Delaware to Daniel and Sue (Schimmelbusch) Coyle. The family moved to Hendersonville, Tennessee in 1977 and lived there until 1983 when they moved to Indianapolis, Indiana. The family returned to Hendersonville, Tennessee in 1987. Daniel graduated from Hendersonville High School and furthered his education at Western Kentucky University where he graduated with a bachelor's degree.

His passion to get to know the Lord more and to tell people about Jesus took him to Germany to participate in a discipleship training school (DTS) operated by Youth with a Mission (YWAM). During this time in Germany, he met his future wife, Cornelia Schwarz, who was from Chemnitz, Germany. After completing the DTS program, Daniel remained in Germany and worked with YWAM. He loved traveling and getting to know foreign cultures. That summer his grandfather Carl, father Dan and brother Aaron joined Daniel and they toured southern Germany and parts of Switzerland for over two weeks. The following year, Daniel and Cornelia were married and moved back to Hendersonville. They raised their two boys, Daniel born in 2008 and Benjamin born in 2010.

Daniel is survived by his wife Cornelia and sons Danny and Benjamin. He also leaves behind his parents Dan and Sue Coyle, sister Kathy McMurtry (Greg McMurtry) and their three children, brother Aaron Coyle, and sister Megan Coyle.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the family for Danny and Benjamin.

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