Susan Coleman
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Susan COLEMAN Susan Coleman died peacefully on June 7th 2011 leaving behind a husband Richard Coleman, son Douglas Coleman, daughter Jenny Coleman Carr and three grand kids, Alexis, Dylan and Blake. Sue was born October 20th 1953 in Philadelphia, PA, later the family moved to Anchorage, AK where she spent her early childhood. In 1961 the family moved to Renton, WA where she graduated from Renton high in 1971. After high school Sue attended Green river community College for two years and later moved to Colorado and worked for a summer. She returned to Seattle where she met her husband Richard and was married in 1975 in Shoreline WA.Sue was a loving wife, mother and grandmother, she enjoyed doing things with the family although camping and sleeping on the ground was not her idea of having fun she tolerated it for us. She would much rather sleep in a nice hotel room in Cannon Beach Oregon where we spent many wonderful summers together with the kids playing on the beach and rummaging through the gift shops in town. Sue liked to spend her quite time reading and gardening. She will be dearly missed, but not forgotten. The memorial service will be held at The Bible Chapel of Auburn 2606R St. SE Auburn, WA 98002 on the 18th of June 2011 at 1:00 p.m. Please visit www.yahnandson.com to sign the online guest register.

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Published in The Seattle Times on Jun. 15, 2011.
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June 16, 2011
Dear Richard, Family
I'm looking for the heart felt words to say how sorry we are to hear that your wife had passed away. I,Debbie hoped to have had the chance to know Susan. I know that we would of been good friends, as it is, I think we will be friends in the future in another time. I know that we the Georges do have a wounderful friendship with you Brother Richard. Brother in Jesus Christ forever. We'll miss Susan as we feel the loss of a family member as you are are family. Keep prayer in our hearts and pray faithfully to God our Father in Heaven. God will not leave you and will always be there for you.
Lloyd,Debbie and David George
Debbie George
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