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 Clifford Coyle, who was often known as "​Peaches,"​ was born in 1905.  He married long-time friend [[malle coyle|Malle Beckett]] around 1949. Clifford Coyle, who was often known as "​Peaches,"​ was born in 1905.  He married long-time friend [[malle coyle|Malle Beckett]] around 1949.
  
-Before the office of mayor was created, Coyle was the chairman of the [[Florence]] City Board of Trustees, a position equivalent to the city mayor. ​ He held this post from 1940 to 1952.  Coyle was also the co-owner of the Dixie View Nursery in Mason. ​ At the time of his death, he was working as a custodian Ockerman Junior High School. ​ Coyle was a member of the Boone Union Masons and the Covington Scottish Rite.+Before the office of mayor was created, Coyle was the chairman of the [[Florence]] City Board of Trustees, a position equivalent to the city mayor. ​ He held this post from 1940 to 1952.  Coyle was also the co-owner of the Dixie View Nursery in Mason. ​ At the time of his death, he was working as a custodian ​at Ockerman Junior High School. ​ Coyle was a member of the Boone Union Masons and the Covington Scottish Rite.
  
 Clifford Coyle died on June 30, 1981.  Following a Scottish Rite service, he was buried in the [[Hopeful Lutheran Church Cemetery]] in Florence. Clifford Coyle died on June 30, 1981.  Following a Scottish Rite service, he was buried in the [[Hopeful Lutheran Church Cemetery]] in Florence.
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