Ronald Lee COLEMAN Sr.

Bedford/franklin, Virginia

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If I had known about this in time, I would have come to pay my respects for I truly respected Ron. He was a man of integrity and joy. Be comforted in knowing he is with the Lord.

I was very sorry to hear of Ron's death. I enjoyed working with him at VWCC. I will always remember the twinkle in his eyes when he smiled. My sympathies to the family.

Desiree Frye

Ron's great blocking and tackling on our championship Annandale team allowed many of us to achieve our goals in life.
Thank you Ron

To Edie and all the Coleman family, we will think of you during this sad time. Thank you so much for sending us the information and calling us. We enjoyed talking to you and catching up with all the family reports. Hopefully, we will maintain contact.

Ronnie & Heather,
We are so truly sorry for your loss. Mr. Coleman was such a wonderful man and great neighbor. Greg will miss the long talks they would get into about politics and sports. May your memories bring comfort to you always. God bless you all.
Greg, Kristen & Andrea

I am grateful for all the years that Ron assisted the Western Virginia Emergency Medical Services Council.He service as a board member, friend, mentor and active partner will be long remembered. Ron did so much to help build and maintain the advanced life support program in the region.

I am heartbroken to hear that Mr. Coleman passed away. Hugs and prayers. Love you guys.
Paige Guilliams Saufley

To the Coleman family. I am sincerely sorry to hear of Coach Coleman's passing. He was one of my track coaches at Edison High School in 1969 and 1970. He was a great teacher and coach. Very sorry for your loss.

I always enjoyed working with Ron at Virginia Western. My thoughts and prayers are with all of his family.


Ronald's Obituary

Ronald COLEMAN passed away in Bedford/franklin, Virginia. Funeral Home Services for Ronald are being provided by Vinton Chapel. The obituary was featured in Roanoke Times on June 14, 2013.