Caballero Rivero Palms Woodlawn

27100 Old Dixie Hwy, Naranja, FL


Phillip Lloyd Coleman

March 9, 1933July 28, 2020

Phillip Lloyd Coleman, age 87, of Miami, Florida passed away Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Phillip was born March 9, 1933 in New York to Jean Isaacs and Maxwell L. Coleman; and moved to Miami as a baby, in 1936. Phillip is survived by son, H. Charles Coleman and daughter, Dr. Susie Coleman; grandchildren Jacob, Eli, and Nina Couture; cousins; and many close friends including Kay Wilson and former wife Barbara Gaynor. Phillip was predeceased by his son John Coleman, and his parents.

Phillip had the greatest sense of humor, and the unique ability to find a comical side to every situation. He cultivated deep friendships with a wide variety of people. Some of Phillip’s other passions included extensive world traveling, growing orchids, cooking, Corvettes, and collecting coins and pocket watches. He was an avid football fan, and an original season ticket holder for the Miami Dolphins tailgating since 1966. He was a graduate of University of Miami, and a loyal Canes fan. Phillip was the owner of Palms Memorial Park Cemetery and Funeral Home in Naranja, Florida and Lincoln Memorial Park in South Dade, Florida. He served his community at both the local and state levels as President of the Florida Cemetery Association; President and founder of the Kiwanis Club of Kendall; Board Member of Pinewood Historical Cemetery; acting Board President of his residential community; and a generous patron of the New World Symphony.

Most of all, Phillip will be remembered for his unparalleled generosity, dapper style, kindness, willingness to help without much fanfare, and his resounding dedication to his children and grandchildren. He will be greatly missed.

A Graveside Service will be held Tuesday (August 4th) 2p.m. at Caballero Rivero Palms Woodlawn 27100 Old Dixie Hwy. Naranja, FL 33032

In lieu of flowers……... Gifts can be mailed to New World Symphony. Attention Paul Woehrle. 500 17th street. Miami Beach. FL. 33139. Or 305-428-6731

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


  • Susanne Terri Coleman, Daughter
  • H. Charles Coleman, Son

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  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, August 4, 2020


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Aurelia Dolores McWhinney Fort

August 2, 2020

Phillip Lloyd Coleman entered my life in 1953.

I loved him then and always will.
xoxo Aurelia

Francine Greenberg

July 31, 2020

Philip was and will always be my dearest cousin.
I will never forget my first visit to florida, and the many to follow.
He was a man of many talents and I will always remember the time we spent cooking together.
I cherish the time we spent together.
Susie and Chuckie...dad meant so much to me. I still am in disbelief at his untimely passing. My heart hurts.

Evadnie Gordon

July 31, 2020

Am wishing my sincerely condolences to the Coleman families. You’re a wonderful person he would be surely missed.

MAy Your Soul RIP,


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