ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of My dad Ronald Coleman he was 60 years old , born on May 13, 1958 and passed away on March 30, 2019. We will remember her forever. He was the son of the late Tom and Anna Coleman, the husband of Gwenda(gay) Coleman, he had 4 daughters, Lisa and devone romine of zanesville, Melissa Coleman of zanesville, Rhonda brown of zanesville, and Amber and Drew Grady of zanesville, and had 11 grandchildren, two brothers his twin Donald Coleman of zanesville and Thomas and Karen Coleman of Zanesville, 4 sisters, Stella Coleman of zanesville, violet Brown of Zanesville, Vivian and Les daily of zanesville, and Nancy Byers of West Virginia, and many nieces and nephews, and many of cousins, he was proceeded in death by his parents, his sister Gladys Coleman, Brother Elmer Coleman, and Brother Eugene Coleman who he was very close to, My Dad loved the out doors, in the summer he was always fishing, camping, hunting or anything that would involve outdoors, he was also a good mechanic he could fix about anything, and when it came to making repairs around the house my dad could do it all, but one thing he loved most was his wife Gwen, and his kids, we love you dad and now you are our guardian ange

Posted by Rhonda Coleman on April 6, 2019
Dad i remember our halloween party one year we had a wiener roast and you put on a mask and hid in the cemetary as we got close you came out and scarred us those were some good times ill always remember. I love you fly high with the angels and keep watch over me. You are my guardian angel now dad love you and miss you always
Posted by Kari Montgomery on April 2, 2019
Gone, but never forgotten. You're memories will live on forever. R.I.P. Uncle Ronald
Posted by Lori Skobrak on April 2, 2019
So sorry for you and your family. This was a special man . We all loved him so much. What a hard worker he was. God bless you and your family. God sure got a wonderful person. You were a heck of a fighter. Love you buddy.
Posted by Lisa Romine on April 1, 2019
Dad I’m going to miss you so much, I don’t understand why god chose you, but I guess he does everything for a reason, I love you, and I will always be your little girl and you will always be my daddy, fly high with the angels and keep watch over me, you will always be our guardian angel

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Posted by Rhonda Coleman on April 6, 2019
Dad i remember our halloween party one year we had a wiener roast and you put on a mask and hid in the cemetary as we got close you came out and scarred us those were some good times ill always remember. I love you fly high with the angels and keep watch over me. You are my guardian angel now dad love you and miss you always
Posted by Kari Montgomery on April 2, 2019
Gone, but never forgotten. You're memories will live on forever. R.I.P. Uncle Ronald
Posted by Lori Skobrak on April 2, 2019
So sorry for you and your family. This was a special man . We all loved him so much. What a hard worker he was. God bless you and your family. God sure got a wonderful person. You were a heck of a fighter. Love you buddy.
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My dad was a outdoorsman, loved it outside, fishing was his favorite as a matter of fact he was telling me not to long ago that he couldn’t wait until it got warm so he could do some fishin, he loved Camping, and sometimes just sitting outside in the evening with his wife, he loved his coffee, and Mountain Dew, he liked picnics and cookouts when everyone could get together, my dad loved his family, he also was a outstanding mechanic he could fix about anything, he had a temper everyone knew if he was upset the best thing you could do was leave him alone until he cooled off, he loved country music and collecting antiques, but most of all he loved his wife and kids and grand kids,I’m going to miss my dad but now he is our guardian angel

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