Flousel Coleman III

January 18, 1962October 28, 2018

Flousel Coleman III, age 56, of Acworth, GA, passed away on Sunday, October 28, 2018. He was born on January 18, 1962 in East St. Louis, IL to the late Flousel Coleman Jr. and Annette Moore-Branson.

Mr. Coleman’s hobbies included fishing, biking, bowling, traveling on cruises and going to the beach. He enjoyed watching college football and a good tailgate party! His daily routine entailed being a work-a-holic and running as HOA President of his subdivision community. Flousel had a great passion and devotion to his family with strong beliefs of being brought up with the “old school” mentality.

Flousel Coleman III, leaves to cherish in his memory, his wife, Michelle Coleman; daughters, Crystal Coleman, Yonna Coleman, Jordan Coleman, Janice Coleman; brothers, Montrell Coleman, Shaun Moore; sisters, Crystal Coleman, Nicole Staples, Patrease Edwards; sister-in-law, Monica Hollins and niece, Monique Hollins; grandson, Corey Coleman; and granddaughters, Vanessa Lackey, Amari Wallace, Saniyah Wallace and Sean’te Coleman.

The family will receive friends for a visitation on Monday, November 5, 2018 at Winkenhofer Pine Ridge Funeral Home from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM. There will be a private graveside service where Flousel will be going to his final resting place at Pineridge Memorial Park. A funeral service to honor the life of Mr. Coleman will be held at Acworth United Methodist Church on Monday, November 5, 2018 at 2:00 PM.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to Janice’s College fund at Valdosta State University at CashApp: $ColemanFamily3.


  • Janice’s College Fund


  • Visitation Monday, November 5, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, November 5, 2018
  • Burial Monday, November 5, 2018

Flousel Coleman III

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Rochelle Ross

November 6, 2018

I grew up with Fly and Crystal in grade school we were friends, as we got older we drifted apart. I had the pleasure of seeing Fly at our 20th Class Reunion it was like we never lost touch with each other he still had that same smile on his face like I remembered, my condolences to his family and I will keep you all in my prayers God has another Angel by his side.

Joslyn Ward

November 5, 2018

Words can not express how sorry we were to hear of Coleman’s passing. He was a great person and did so much for our subdivision as the HOA president. We will miss his friendly waves each time we come in or go out. We pray God comforts you today and in the days to come. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you.

Mike and Joslyn Ward
Brittney Boquet

James Leavy

November 3, 2018

I met Flousel upon my arrival to Atlanta in November 1988. Coleman is the brother one never had. We've raised our children together and celebrated numerous occasions and travels together. We all love you, but God loves you more. One day we will meet again My Friend!
God Bless Team Coleman,
Team Leavy,Goodnight!📿

Franco Bautista

November 3, 2018

I just found out you left this earth my older brother, it breaks my heart, but I know one day I will see you again, you left an empty hole in the lives of many, but I know this can’t be all, you will forever be missed until then your younger brother Franco from your favorite restaurant Las Palmas Mexican Restaurant
R.I.P Coleman...

Laurie Nichols

November 3, 2018

From the O.R. team at NHRMC Orthopedic Hospital -
Though Flousel only worked with us for a short time , how blessed we were to know him ! His kind and gentle way was an admirable gift he gave to anyone he interacted with ! He was loved and will never be forgotten! Our thoughts and prayers are with the Coleman family and friends of Flousel.

Jovetta Jones Woodard

November 2, 2018

There are so many wonderful memories that will be treasured as I reflect over the circle of life we experienced growing up together on 83rd/84th street in E. St. Loius as children. The same fun, laughter, and protection followed us to T.S.U as a true friend and brother.
You will forever have a footprint in my heart.
Rest in peace my dear brother,
Jovetta ( Trece ) Jones Woodard

Genine Thompson

November 2, 2018

Words can't express the sorrow we felt when we got the news of Third's passing. He was such a blessing to our family. He was not only a friend but he was our brother. We will miss our talks, his smile, his compassion, and his overall love. Third was simply "The Best". Until we meet again our brother and friend, may you rest in peace. We love you and we will miss you. -The Cannon's

Don and Linda Ford

November 2, 2018

I will always love and respect you, my friend. The love and dignity you brought to your family, and all who knew you, will be with us forever. I thank you for being a part of our lives. Our loss is Heaven's gain.

Don and Linda Ford

Alverine Dewar

November 1, 2018

I will share one of the last correspondence I had with Mr. Coleman. I wrote " I heard that I was on the prayer list at church so I am assuming you asked for prayer for me. Thank you." His response in part was "It was for you and I will continue to keep you in my prayers," to this I replied "Thank you, and I will pray for you and your family also. I will miss you if/when you have to leave." I anticipated a move from the subdivision.

These memories reflect how much he cared and I am thankful that prayer was his answer to my minor medical needs, as it showed his faith in God. It is the sincere hope of my family and me, that God has taken him to a place of rest, and is satisfied with his service on earth.

Beverly Bridges

November 1, 2018

I remember Flousel from working with him a Piedmont Hospital. Such a sweet spirit and wonderful person. Saddened to her of his demise. My prayers got out to his family. May God continue to strengthen and bless you.