- 66 years old
- Date of birth: March 19th, 1949
- Place of birth:
Thomasville, Georgia, United States
- Date of passing: July 1st, 2015
- Place of passing:
Warner Robins, Georgia, United States
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Eugene Coleman, 66, born on March 19, 1949 and passed away on July 1, 2015. We will remember him forever.
Tuesday, July 7, 2015 @ 2:30 PM
C. J. Edwards Funeral Home
409 Preston Street
Fort Valley, Georgia 31030
Great guy and a great friend. I miss him.
Coleman was a good golf partner. Some days we played 27 to 36 holes. We had a friendly competition and each of us thought we were the best.
Godfather as we all called him I'm going to miss him so much our days of arguing for no reason. The days of advice about the girls and their schooling thank you so much. .. Rest now brother you have earned your wings.
Brother Eugene Coleman, you will be missed my friend. We had spent some long hours at the lodge doing whatever it took to beautify it. We had some ver u serious conversations on many topics. I will miss his advise, his honesty, his willingness to help any person he came in contact with. Rest in peace my brother, for you have fought a good fight, lie down and get your rest. FAREWELL !
The lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. Lord give us strength. Gene you fought just like you said you would do. I know heaven's light has a bright glow because you brought a smile to all who knew you. Take a seat my brother and my close family friend. God makes no mistakes, he needed you more. Good night and I will see you on the other side.
We shared so many moments of humor and honesty. Iwe became so close over the years. I'll always remember and admire the way you pondered before you spoke. That's why we always listened. I'll truly miss you my brother.
You will truly be missed by us all . My husband and I will always remember you and the good times. Jackie and Freddie Adams
There are no words to describe or explain this remarkable man. He has helped so many! He surely will be missed and remembered by me and mine.
Mr. Coleman you will be missed. He taught me everything I know about financial aid. I ran into him just a few months ago and you were still the same regardless of the time we last talked we picked up conversation just like it was yesterday. Thank you for the wisdom and honest talks.
Thanks for the assistance as a student and the nurturing you provided me as a young man. The transition was seamless. We love you. RIP.
Mr Coleman RIP because you have served a great purpose doing your earthly Journal. Your were used by God to encourage me to complete my educational goals at a mature age/a non traditional student. Mr. Coleman I thank God for placing you in my life when I needed help in completing my educational goal
Bro. Coleman, Godfather, I have finally come to grips with the fact that I will no longer see you when I return to the lodge. I am truly grateful for all the wisdom, guidance, and words of encouragement you offered up to me during my time in fort valley. I will honor your memory by maintaining my integrity and being the best man and mason I can be. May you Rest In Peace Brother.
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