ForeverMissed
Penelope ( Penny) Coleman, 79 years of age, passed away unexpectedly at Grandview hospital on September 17, 2021. She is preceded in death by her parents James W. and Almeta Cunningham, brothers Roy and Earl Cunningham, ex-husband Thomas J. Coleman. 
Penny graduated from Jefferson High School in 1958.
During her career she worked at McCall's magazine  and later retired in 1995 from Kettering Hospital.
Penny leaves to mourn her daughters Tanya R. Coleman (Cornelius Watson Jr. ) and Tarell D. Coleman, grandson Cornelius D. Watson III AND Granddaughter Carrington D. Watson, great-grandson Xavier D. Watson and great-granddaughter Londynn A. Watson, Sister Flora Chattam, foster son Michael Jones, and host of other family and friends.
Family will be holding a celebration of life at the White house event center November 6 2021 at 6 pm 101 E. Second St Dayton Ohio. 45402 this is by invitation.
Posted by Tarell Coleman on October 1, 2021
My 1st friend, my rock, my cheerleader, my ride or die and Earth Angel my mother has transitioned to rest after living and giving anyone and everyone the best of herself.
I was the luckiest and most blessed girl in world to have you as my mother. I j pray that with everyday that you felt how much I loved you wanted you and needed you in my life. This hurts Mama I guess I am just being selfish because I still.want you here But God knew you needed to rest I will never ever forget the Love you showed me and how to be a strong woman and not coward to anyone .I pray I make you proud .
Love your
Rella bella

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Posted by Tarell Coleman on October 1, 2021
My 1st friend, my rock, my cheerleader, my ride or die and Earth Angel my mother has transitioned to rest after living and giving anyone and everyone the best of herself.
I was the luckiest and most blessed girl in world to have you as my mother. I j pray that with everyday that you felt how much I loved you wanted you and needed you in my life. This hurts Mama I guess I am just being selfish because I still.want you here But God knew you needed to rest I will never ever forget the Love you showed me and how to be a strong woman and not coward to anyone .I pray I make you proud .
Love your
Rella bella
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