A.J.-Coleman-Obituary

In Memory Of

A.J. Coleman III

Decatur, Alabama

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Sad news for me about a WW II buddy from 65+ years ago; Abraham Jordan Coleman & I were buddies in the 282nd AGF Band while in Seoul, Korea. A.J. was a great young man and excellent tenor sax musician. God bless his wife, Shirley, and their family members

Oh death, where is thy sting; Oh Grave, where is your victory ?

met A J IN 6TH GRADE OR MAYBE BEFORE, IWAS PROUD TO CALL HIM A FRIEND AND HE WAS A MODEL. SLUG.

David and I are so sad to learn of A.J.'s passing. He leaves a great void in many lives as he was a very special man, generous,loving and caring in every way. As a first cousin, I have many wonderful memories of family gatherings and the love we all shared.

AJ Coleman was a big man who helped me and my family during difficult times. His heart was broken when Taylor was killed in a car accident, but he showed us (youngsters at the time!) how to face grief. My sympathies to the family.

Jim McAllister

I was one of the nurses who had the pleasure of caring for Mr. Coleman prior to his passing. I fell in love with Mr. Coleman and Mrs Shirley, such wonderful, sweet people. I'm so sorry for your loss Mrs. Shirley, my prayers are with you.

Coleman family we are so sorry to here of Mr A J passing my self Janice and sister Diane feel a part of us is gone we both love Mr and Mrs Coleman dearly our pryers are with you all ( All Care Home Health)

An Outstanding, professional honorable man. He did good. My prayersare with the family.

Shirley, I am so sorry to learn of A.J.'s passing, know that I love you and your family very much and you are in my prays.

A.J. charmed and loved all of us in the class of 1946 and wisely chose Shirley for his life mate. I join all in giving thanks for his good life and for the distinction he brought to everything he did. My love to Shirley and all those who loved A.J. Betty June Parker (and Franklin Parker)

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