David A. Cole

April 14, 2021

David A. Cole

David A. Cole – of Woburn and Indiana, suddenly, April 14th at the age of fifty-three. Cherished son of  Elizabeth (Kopp) Cole and the late Norman D. Cole. Loving brother of Corinne Cole Faulkner, her husband Joseph MacInnes of Woburn, Norman D. Cole, Jr. & Johanna Cole, of IL. Also survived by several aunts, cousins, nieces and friends. Arrangements are pending and under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillion Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.  Memorial donations may be made in David’s name to an animal shelter of your choice.

David A. Cole – of Woburn and Indiana, died suddenly, April 14th at the age of fifty-three.

Born in Indiana, David was the cherished son of Elizabeth (Kopp) Cole and the late Norman D. Cole.  He was a graduate of Lexington High School.

For over 30 years, David worked as an exceptional carpenter in many states, but in his heart, he called Indiana his home.

David enjoyed watching Patriots games and car racing, hunting, four wheeling and building and racing derby cars.  There was not a car or truck that he could not fix.  Most of all, he loved spending time and helping his many close friends.

He had the kindest of hearts and will be missed by all the people who crossed his path.

Along with his mother Elizabeth, David is survived and will be deeply missed by his siblings, Corinne Cole Faulkner, her husband Joseph MacInnes of Woburn, Norman D. Cole, Jr. & Johanna Cole of IL.  Also survived by his nieces Stephanie and Janessa Cole, several aunts, cousins and friends.

Arrangements are pending and under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillion Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.  Memorial donations may be made in David’s name to an animal shelter of your choice.

Arrangements are pending and under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillion Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.  Memorial donations may be made in David’s name to an animal shelter of your choice.

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  1. Dave’s house was like a second home to me. We were sometimes mistaken as blood brothers, and his mom would distinguish between the two of us as “Cole” and “Brau”. Good times back then on Wood Street…. You will be missed and not forgotten brother.

  2. While it’s unfortunately been decades since I’ve been able to hang out with the Wood Street crew of my youth, memories of hanging with Dave are vivid and awesome. RIP brother.

  3. Stephen Husbands

    The first of my Wood Street crew to go? I wasn’t ready for that. Farewell Dave . . . (Bird’s Nest!)

  4. Was so sorry to hear about David. He was like a son to me growing up in Lexington and enjoyed having in the house with the rest of his crowd.
    He and the family are in my thoughts and prayers and love to all of you especially “His Mom Betty.” She is a very special friend and has been for a very long time.
    Rest in Peace Dave, XOXOXO

  5. Renee Michelle Raboin

    There are no words, only sorrow. I’m so very sorry to hear of the sudden end of Dave’s life. He was a dear friend, and his presence in this world will be dearly missed. My love to all members of the Cole family~ you are in my prayers.

  6. Sabena Leary Busa

    This is such sad news! He was a great neighbor…when kids could run around Conestoga Rd, Bates, Wildwood and the like…All my best to your family…Sabena

  7. Rest in peace David. A flood of fun memories is swirling in my brain from riding minibikes, bicycles to exploring the woods around Hanscom.

  8. Anita Erdei (Dubs)

    Dear Dave, you have always held a special place in my heart being my first true love. I admired that you always sought to uplift those around you and to make people laugh. Thank you for that and for all that you’ve done. Your many friends wish you well and we send you off with love and peace. ✨
    L, Anita

  9. So sad so sorry for your family, my heat hurts for all of you, especially Mom Cole. RIP David , i pray that you find some joy and peace after returning to your heavenly home. Amy Conn-Kile

  10. Jesse Spratley

    This really saddens me to hear of Dave’s passing! He was a remarkable man and a knowledgable carpenter that I had the pleasure of working with. God bless brother!

  11. Karl von Schmidt-Penta

    To Norman, Corinne, Elizabeth “Mom” Cole, and extended family my deepest sympathy and condolences! God Bless.

  12. Tara Cleary (Herman)

    I was shocked to hear of Dave’s sudden passing! He was always a great guy. I’m so sorry for your loss.

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