Daniel F. Coakley, 75, a resident of Kennebunk, died Monday night, June 7, 2021, at his residence.
Daniel was born March 10, 1946 in Milford, Massachusetts, the son of Daniel F. and Margaret Mahoney Coakley, and is a graduate of Newton South Excessive Faculty in Newton, Massachusetts.
Following his commencement, he enlisted within the U.S. Military and served in Vietnam.
Upon his discharge, he returned to Massachusetts, working as a truck driver hauling metal and heavy gear, ultimately retiring after 30 years of secure driving.
Dan beloved spending time together with his household, particularly his two granddaughters, an avid sports activities fan, he not often missed a Bruins and Pink Sox sport. He additionally took nice enjoyment volunteering with Literacy Volunteers of America, aiding new immigrants to grasp the English language, permitting them to grow to be Americans.
He’s predeceased by his dad and mom and a sister, Margaret Sepos.
Survivors embody his spouse, Linda Sostilio Coakley, of Kennebunk, two daughters, Terri Coakley, of Portland, and Karen Coakley and her husband, Chris Clark, of Standish, a brother, Thomas Coakley and his husband, Robert Bruce McKibben, of Lee, New Hampshire, and two granddaughters, Sabrina Kenny, of Portland, and Bridgit Clark, of Standish.
A non-public celebration of life will likely be held by the household.
Ought to associates want, memorial contributions could also be made to the Vietnam Veterans Affiliation 8718 Colesville Highway, Suite 100, Silver Spring, MD, 20190 https://vva.org/donate/
To share a reminiscence or go away a message of condolence, please go to Daniel’s Guide of Recollections Web page at www.bibberfuneral.com.
Preparations are in care of Bibber Memorial Chapel, 67 Summer season St., Kennebunk, ME 04043.