While working in retail fashion industry, Megan felt the call to find a new challenge and make a big impact on the world around her. She became a pre-arrangement counselor with Trust 100 and worked for several family owned funeral homes in Detroit, Michigan and ultimately moved back to Toledo to begin her family for the affordability, amenities and proximity to relatives. In 2012 she bought the business and over the course of her career has won many national Preneed industry awards, including the locally prestigious 20 Under 40 award in 2011.
Megan brings a sense of calm and comfort to those around her. She believes in providing an honorable and healing way for families to say goodbye.
“There are no do-overs with a funeral. You have one time to have a meaningful funeral ceremony; you must do it right. It is a service and intimate business.” - Megan Coyle-Stamos
In order to offer a wealth of choices and a comforting experience, Coyle Funeral Home partners with many local vendors and businesses. They joined the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce more than 25 years ago and are also a part of the University of Toledo Family Business Center. For nearly the duration of their businesses, Coyle has relied on Florian Insurance, another five generation community business, to provide coverage. Coyle prides itself on honoring the fire, police and military veterans with special services, like the Last Alarm, 21 gun salute, and other fitting ceremonies.
Emily Dammeyer is the Communications Manager for the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce. Please email
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