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May 11, 2012
Dear Coleman Family--this message is filled with love and sadness for you all. It takes a special person to be in law enforcement, Bill surely fit this characteristic.

The simple words "thank you for your diligence" are surely not enough, but yet heart felt nonetheless.

This message came to me by e-mail today (5-11-12) so excuse the tardiness of the comment(s)

From a distance....Wm. Radabaugh, Past Master of an Ohio Lodge of Freemasons. And yes the Masonic community mourns Bill's passing also, for he was a worthy Brother. Just wish we could have known him in person.

May God bless and continue to do so from this time forward.
February 24, 2012
Dear Colemn Family - You have my deepest heartfelt condolences. May God be with you to bring you comfort and peace through this difficult time. He promises at Isaiah 61:2, 65:8, to actually do away with death forever; ... will certainly wipe the tears from all faces.
February 13, 2012
A month has passed since Bill was taken from us at MCSO. Like his own family, the Office has experienced a hole which can never be filled again. Each day, we see his picture and are reminded of a life well-lived, but also one taken too soon. Time may ease the pain, but it never serves to help us forget it.

And we shall not forget you, Bill. You were a valued part of the Office, not just because you were one of the "tan and brown" who faithfully served, but because you were a man of integrity and great humor. The lives you touched were done so because you were, first, a decent man and, second, a good and faithful servant.

Thank you for being the example you were and continue to be for those deputies and officers who follow humbly in your shadow.
February 10, 2012
I have known Billl for well pretty much all my life everytime I see him he gives me a hard time and I don't mind it at all. My favorite part was when Bill let me stand on his feet to dance with him at his wedding that was my favorite memory of him.
February 10, 2012
I have known Bill for most of my years with the Sheriff's Office. We started our friendship working together in District II. Bill and I have always had this unwritten compitition on who would get the most citizen complaints. As most who had worked District II back in the good ole days, it was considered that, "you're not doing your job right unless your getting citizen complaints." It was a battle for me to keep up with Bill!

One of my favorite memories of Bill was the day I backed him up on a vehicle fire assist at interstate 10 and Cotton Lane. Bill was out with a burning vehicle and had a man in custody? Upon my arrival it was discovered that the man was also the victim of the burning vehicle. Bill had to remove this man from the vehicle when he refused to get out at Bill's, "I'm sure, kind request." Even though Bill saved this man from his scouring death , Bill still recieved a citizen complaint from the grateful man. Now I ask, how do you compete with that? ""Wild Bill you are the man!"" I will always look up to you my Friend. Love graciously, Hedger
February 10, 2012
I met Bill in late 2009. I worked side by side with him during the Commercial Vehicle Regulations. Bill loved to teach and was a great instructor. I learned so much about the proper procedures and requirements that entailed this division. Bill you will always be remembered for your attitube and professional demeanor.
February 09, 2012
On behalf of my family, my friends, and myself,"Thank You" Deputy Coleman! May God comfort and strenthen your family, and give them peace in their hearts during this time and always.
Daryl De Angelo, MCSO-SIMS Division
February 09, 2012
Your family and Bill will be forever in our hearts and thoughts, we never forget a fallen brother or his loved ones.
February 09, 2012
From the Kovars family to yours, our thoughts are with you and we are proud to have had a man like him here to protect us.
February 04, 2012
I am so sorry for your loss. May the Most High God comfort you during these difficult days. (Psalm 83: 18)

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