Donald Collins Coulter

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Donald Collins 'Donnie' Coulter, age 56, of Den Bo Lane, Willisburg, passed away at 9:20 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012 at Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington surrounded by his family and a special friend, Paula Shryock Leineke.
Born on Jan. 27, 1956 in Mercer County, he was God's gift to Joe and Margie Coulter at three days of age.
Donnie never met a stranger and had friends far and wide. He was a farmer, loved horses, cattle, his bib overalls and was a superb cook. His door was open to all and his generous heart will be remembered.
Preceding him in death was a sister, Jonelle Coulter on Aug. 1, 1950.
Survivors include his parents, Joe and Margie Stine Coulter of Springfield; two sons, Dain Coulter and his wife, Kelli of Lexington and Josh Coulter of Danville; and five grandchildren, Dillion, Cameron, Lexie, Bella and Bailey Coulter of Lexington.
Donnie was also blessed when he found his three half-sisters, Cleva, Irene and Eva and three half-brothers, Tony, Sam and Mitch Simpson.
Funeral services were held at 1 p.m., Friday, Oct. 5 at Carey & Son Funeral Home with Bro. Charlie Blevins, officiating. He was assisted by Bro. Burnice Richardson, minister of the Willisburg Church of Christ.
Burial was in the Evergreen Cemetery at Willisburg.
Serving as pallbearers were Tony Dearinger, Jeff Bishop, Jimmy Hurst, Danny Lindsey, Dale Spalding, David Coulter and Darrell 'Poochie' Boblitt.

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Published in The Springfield Sun on Oct. 10, 2012
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