NATICK - Kenneth MacDonald Coull, age 75, passed away peacefully in his home
surrounded by his loved ones on August 11, 2020. Kenneth was born on
November 17,1944 in his grandmother’s home in D’Escousse Cape Bretton, Nova
Scotia, Canada to his parents Dorothy (Macdonald) and Lindsay Coull. Kenny
spent his youth in Montreal and attended Christian Brother’s School in Lachine,
Quebec. He graduated from Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1970.
Kenny met the love of his life, Louise Landry, at a family party in Dorchester in
1970. They were married after a short courtship and would be celebrating their
50th wedding anniversary this upcoming October.
Kenny and Louise lived in Montreal for almost a year, moved to Brookline, MA
and then bought a house in Natick in 1973 which still remains their family home.
Kenny and Louise raised 3 daughters: Lindsay, Heather and Meaghan. Kenny took
great joy in being an active part of their lives and activities growing up. He had a
big and generous heart and loved to love people. It was through his volunteer
work with The Big Brother Association that he was matched with Alan Savill, who
he loves dearly and is still a “Big Brother” to.
Kenny had a very entrepreneurial spirit and founded New England Rubber of
Dedham, MA in the 1970s and where he worked until retiring in 2018.
Kenny was a devoted lover of God and spent much of his life practicing his faith.
For 25 years he was a Eucharistic Adora at Saint Patrick’s Adoration Chapel in
Natick. He spent 20 years as a Eucharistic Minister for the homebound and
remains a dear friend of Sharon Leger. For 15 years, Kenny prayed weekly for the
holy souls in Purgatory at the Fatima Shine in Holliston. And Kenny was also an
active member in 2 of the Marian Movement of Priests Cenacles.
Kenny is survived by his wife, Louise Coull, daughters Lindsay Kintop (Benjamin)
and grandson Grant Thomas of Essex Junction, VT, Heather Coull of Asheville, NC,
and Meaghan Coull of Natick, MA. Surviving Relatives: Brother, Steven of Nova
Scotia (Becca), Sister-in-law, Josephine Connors, of Westwood, MA and many
nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Saint Stephen Parish at 221 Concord
Street, Framingham MA 01702 or to Family Divine Mercy PO Box 2511 Westwood,
Visiting Hours will be at the John Everett & Sons Funeral Home at 4 Park Street
NATICK COMMON on Saturday, August 15th from 8:30-9:30am
A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at Saint Stephen Church, 221 Concord
Street, Framingham at 10:00am. Masks and social distancing are required.
A private burial will follow.
A celebration of Kenny’s life will be held at a later time when safe to do so.
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