Rev. Bernard-Coleman-Obituary

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Rev. Bernard Coleman

McKenney, Virginia

Nov 6, 1949 – Jun 18, 2019 (Age 69)

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Joseph M. Johnson and Son Funeral Home - McKenney Obituary

Reverend Bernard Coleman, 69, of 16018 Flatfoot Rd., Dinwiddie, VA entered into eternal rest peacefully, Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at the Southside Regional Medical Center in Petersburg, VA.


Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Joseph M. Johnson & Son Funeral Home, 530 S. Sycamore St., Petersburg, VA 23803. (804) 863-4411.

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MISS YOU SO MUCH!

TO MY BEST FRIEND IN THE WORLD. OUR HEART TO HEART TALKS WILL BE FOREVER MISSED! YOU WERE A ONE OF A KIND. MY HEARTS ACHES BUT YOU ARE NOW FREE FORM ALL THE PAIN..RIP MY FRIEND

To the Coleman Family may you find peace is knowing Bernard is resting with God! Hold on to his memories they will be a guiding light in your dark moments.

My prayers and condolences are with you and your family

Sincere condolences and heartfelt sympathy to extended family and friends. Rapp was very much loved and will be missed by many. I was blessed to call him family and friend. He was a man doing God's work and left a lot of wisdom in hearts under his ministry for the Lord. I will always remember attending his church and being welcomed from the moment i pulled in the parking lot til the moment i left that lot. The outpouring of love was genuine and was evident from a Pastors guidance. I also was...

I did not know Rev. Coleman personally but Eldridge and Arabelle I say...let not your hearts be troubled for Bernard is at peace/rest; look to Jesus for strength and guidance and He'll direct and soothe your hurting hearts..I join with my siblings in conveying our heart felt condolence..

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Im truly going to miss Pastor Bernard Coleman. He was truly a man of God. RIP

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.