OBITUARY

Richard Allen Coleman

March 11, 1973November 13, 2020

Richard Allen Coleman, age 47, of Las Vegas, Nevada passed away on Friday, November 13, 2020. Richard was born March 11, 1973 in Santa Rosa, CA.

A memorial service for Richard will be held Saturday, December 5, 2020 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Palm Northwest Mortuary, 6701 North Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89131.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.palmnorthwest.com for the Coleman family.

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5 December

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11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Palm Northwest Mortuary

Chapel- Juniper Hall

6701 North Jones Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89131

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Cathy Doyle

December 1, 2020

Cousin Ellen,

I carry you in my heart. If you ever want to escape and visit me in Utah, we are ready for you :)

435.862.4463

Love Cathy

John Laurencell

November 28, 2020

I will miss the good times we had rest in peace my friend until we meet again

Izabel Hernandez

November 25, 2020

Ricky, you were the coolest dude in our family. You were always helping one another, always cracking jokes and just being yourself. We love you and miss you dearly.

Jeff Ray

November 23, 2020

Words cannot express my sorrow for our loss, I had the pleasure of working with Rick for years he wasn’t just a co worker, he was a friend. Someone who was always there to lend a hand and crack a joke in that quirky style that was unique to him.He will always be remembered and greatly missed ( you were one of the good guys) Rest In Peace my friend.

David Acosta

November 23, 2020

Rest In Peace. Carnal

Steve Barnes

November 22, 2020

Dear, Colman family. I like to thank you, for letting me spend time with Rick only if it was at work. When I first met Rick I couldn't tell if he was being real, or just joking. For What it was worth I took it as him just joking. Rick always had a way to make a job site just a little more fun. He will be missed, he was very loved by us city guys. Until we see each other, be cool Rick. 😭

John Gex

November 22, 2020

Rick you are my closest friend we shared everything with each other without any judgement. We lifted each other to the top every day. I love you very much. We will be together everyday to lift each other higher, stronger, and push each other to be a better person today because tomorrow is today and today is forever. All my love to you my brother my friend forevermore. John Gex

Michael Holliday

November 19, 2020

At a time when words cannot express to you all that my heart would care to say. To Mrs Coleman and family I would like to take a moment to offer my most sincere condolences, in your time of sorrow. And that you'll all be in my prayers. I have worked with Rick for quite a while, he parked next to me every morning. When Rick pulled up, I would anticipate how he would help to start my day. With a Rick look, a joke, or a simple smile, with Rick like antics To follow. These moments will be cherished and also missed. I hope you can find comfort in knowing that Rick was truly loved by his coworkers, and friends.

Freddy Gonzalez

November 19, 2020

Rick was a good man. He had a special way with people, and always kept me laughing. I personally enjoyed how he would say my name and keep walking by, like nothing happened; or the times he would attempt to speak in spanish to me, and look at me like I didn't understand the language. He will be missed by a lot of guys that he worked with, myself included. May God bless the Coleman family. May he put his hands over you all, and guide you through these trying times.

Kevin Mathis

November 18, 2020

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