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Joseph L. Coelho, 70,

Joseph L. Coelho, 70, of Milford, passed away September 19, 2022. A life-long Milfordian, Joe was the son of the late Jose and Palmira Coelho. He was a graduate of the Milford High School class of 1970. He was a Navy Veteran of the Vietnam War.     

Joe is survived by his brother James and his wife Laura, and their son, Giancarlo Coelho. He is also survived by his cousin Rosemarie Coelho, many cousins on both sides of the family, and countless dear friends, whom he considered part of his extended family. Many gathered to celebrate his 70th birthday this past March.                

A private family funeral will be held from the Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home, 46 Water St. Milford MA. The burial will follow in the St. Mary’s Cemetery on Cedar St. in Milford. A celebration of his life will be held for family and friends at a later date


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May he Rest In Peace ... 🙏😇🙏
Ana Caldas


https://milford2.mytroop.us/node/1538 1st Eagle I met. Great guy. the Spirit lives
Ed Evers


Hard to believe when I heard of your passing lots of great times together really enjoyed your company lots of laughs at the dc you are going to be deeply missed I just can't say enough you will never be forgotten rest in peace JOE JOE. Jimmy v
Jim viliott


Your beautiful smile, happy laughter and the wonderful childhood moments we shared are sweet memories forever imprinted in my heart. May you rest in peace, my dear Cousin Joe, till the day we meet again.
Vera Soares


When I was just a little boy my Mom had this friend who was always around. Always smiling and always just a little bit mischievous. Enough for a little boy to find a cool older friend. See my father wasn’t around so I dove headfirst into having an older, funny dude around. And I was (am) a handful, Joe never missed a smile, never dropped that grin and laughter. He came camping with us on numerous occasions. One particular year it decided to just rain like we were in the midst of a hurricane. Joe didn’t even miss a beat, smiling, laughing, and digging trenches with my grandfathers old Navy issue shovel. Since hearing of his passing I’ve been thinking of that part of my life when he was around, when I was around, and cannot find a time when that playful trouble maker smile wasn’t painted on his face. He taught me something when I was real young that I still haven’t mastered but that makes me think of him every time I attempt still into my forties. The world lost a smile when they lost Joe. Or as we called one another, Zioperhead. RIP to a real one. Thank you for the memories and rest in sweet peace my old friend. Until the next campfire lesson
Jarred Samarco


The many years of the whole crowd of us camping I think Sebago was the best you truly loved it there. My son whom Joe nicknamed Zipperhead was floored by the news of your passing for many years you were the closest to a father figure & for that I will always be grateful! Soar with the angels my friend May you rest in eternal peace. Love You my brother
Liane Samarco


Rest In Peace Joe, The memories we shared together, will forever live in my heart. Till we meet again
Debra(Scanlon) Nault


My your soul Rest In Peace. Your loss saddens me.
Regina C P Mendes ( Gina)


My your soul Rest In Peace. Your loss saddens me.
Regina C P Mendes ( Gina)


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