Cally - Please accept my deepest sympathies at the loss of your father. Remembering the good times and laughing at the humorous moments will keep them forever in your heart. My prayers are with you and your family at this time. Sincerely, Tina Coleman, BAC (plan document/amendment dept), Reynoldsburg, Ohio.
Cally, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am sure that you are a living tribute to him.
Condolences from Anchor Lumber Yard.
Erol Tucker & employees
I've only met a few "Great" men in my life. Mr Coleman was one of them! He will be missed!
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
From my family to yours please accept our deepest and most sincere condolences. So many memories from working for him 1978-1984,will never be forgotten.
Raul Ruben Reyna and family (Victoria,Tx)
Rejoicing with you in your father's complete healing and reunion with His heavenly family! We are praying for your comfort and peace as you grieve his death.
Carol & Dale Tally
Dear Melba and Cally,
What a wonderful and full life Dan had.It was always a a special time for me when our families spent time together. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Dan was the type of friend each of us should have. Oscar Zuniga
My thought and prayers are with the family. Dan was an exceptional person, who cared a lot about family, employees and friends. I totaly enjoyed my time with him while he was on the LMC Board. A true gentleman. He will truly be missed.
Dear Cally and Travis,
I only new Dan for the past few years but the first time I met with him and with other meetings that followed, he was always a true gentileman..Please accept my sincere sympathy....
Bud Krusa GAF Corp.
Dear Cally, we have never met, but your dad and I served on several NLBMDA committes together, a wonderful ,talented, thoughtful friend.
My Condolences Cally to you and your family, for your loss, Truly, Bud Howe, NLBMDA President 1983
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this sad time of loss. Please call on me if there is a need or errand that I can fill. Love you.
Mr. C was my boss for many years and I know how deeply saddened the Lumber Yard's and his family must be. He was a good man and will be missed by many. ((HUGS)) and prayers to co-workers and family.
Mr. Coleman was a good and fair man, who always treated people with respect. I am glad to have known him. My prayers are with Melba, Cally, Travis and the family.