Janet Marie Flowers Coleman

June 4, 1954August 11, 2019

Janet Marie Flowers Coleman, age 65, of Montgomery, Alabama passed away on Sunday, August 11, 2019.

Janet is survived by her daughter, Candice Marie Coleman of Montgomery, AL; her son Keith Thomas Coleman (Martee) and grandson Jackson Thomas Coleman of Suwanee, GA.

Janet was preceded in death by her parents, Robert Warren Flowers and Catherine Franz Flowers; her sisters Barbara Joyner and Brenda Furr; and her loving husband, Thomas Henry “Hank” Coleman.

Janet attended The Montgomery Academy before enrolling in Lowndes County High School, where she began dating her childhood sweetheart Hank Coleman. Janet and Hank were married 46 years. Janet attended the University of Alabama and was a member of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority. She later began nursing studies, which made a lasting impact on the family. She set those studies aside to work alongside of Hank as a licensed insurance agent for 36 years. She also served in the Gideon’s International Auxiliary ministry for 27 years.

Pallbearers include nephews Jeremy Coleman, Andy Coleman, and Julian Coleman; and family friends Clay Henley, David Burt, and Adam Ellis.

A graveside service will be conducted by Steve Badskey at 10am on Thursday, August 15, 2019 at Alabama Heritage Cemetery. Visitation will follow indoors in the Magnolia Room with light refreshment at Alabama Heritage Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Brantwood Children’s Home.

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  • Brantwood Children's Home


  • Graveside Service Thursday, August 15, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Gathering Thursday, August 15, 2019


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Beverly Wheat

August 14, 2019

Candice and Keith. I am so sorry to hear about your mom. I am in shock that she passed so soon after your dad. You are in my prayers. Please contact me on messenger if you need anything. I love you both. You were my children while your parents were at work