Let the memory of Harry be with us forever
  • 65 years old
  • Born on December 15, 1946 .
  • Passed away on October 23, 2012 .

Harry Russell Coleman, 65, a longtime resident of Granville County passed away Tuesday, October 23rd 2012 at Hock Family Pavilion in Durham.

A native of Orange County, the son of Gee and Anne Coleman, both of Hillsborough. He was a longtime resident of Creedmoor and was editor and publisher of the Butner-Creedmoor News for many years.

Memorial services will be held Sunday, October 28th 2012 at 3:00 PM at Butner Presbyterian Church by Rev. Tom Carlson.

Surviving other than his parents are his wife of forty years, Elizabeth G. Coleman of the home, a daughter, Amy McFalls (Dennis) of Butner, a brother, Keith Coleman(Patricia) of Hillsborough, a sister-in-law, Marty Stephens(Jim) of Cary and a grandson Alex McFalls.

Cut flowers and potted plants accepted or memorial contributions may be made to Hock Family Pavilion, 4023 N. Roxboro Street, Durham, NC 27704 or to one’s favorite charity.

Visitation will be held after the memorial service in the fellowship hall of Butner Presbyterian Church.

Eakes Funeral Home in Creedmoor is assisting the Coleman family.

Posted by Hugh Robertson on 16th November 2012
To the Coleman Family: Sorry for your loss, My prayers go out to each family member. Harry was a great citizen of Creedmoor and Granville county. He always thought about our community and ways to improve citizens lives.God blessed Harry, he touch many lives and his willing to care for everybody made him a special person. We will remember Harry.
Posted by Delores Hatley Bayless on 2nd November 2012
I am so sorry to hear about Harry's passing. I have not seen him in many years but he was always just a nice person. We went to school together at Orange High School. May God be with your family in this time of need. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Kay Turner on 28th October 2012
Bebe, Amy, Dennis, Alex & Family. My prayer is God will put his loving arms around each of you during this difficult time . I will miss Harry stopping by my Table on Wednesday nights to pick up a paper. Harry was a caring and ideal person to work for. God wanted another child to come home to find peace in his loving arms.
Posted by Maria And Bill Renfro on 28th October 2012
Sending our sympathy and prayers to all of you.May God comfort you and family at this time of sadness. Harry was a very sweet person and always had a big smile. May he rest in peace in God's loving arms. God's blessing and love to all of you. '

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