Barbara D. Coleman

June 11, 1929August 6, 2018

Barbara D. Coleman PORTLAND - Barbara D. Coleman, passed away peacefully on Aug. 6, 2018, in Portland. She was born in Jackman, Maine, the daughter of Sidney and Evelyn (Newton) Doughty.

She was predeceased by her husband, Donald A. Coleman; a brother, William Doughty; a sister, Eleanor Potter.

She is survived by a cousin, Ellen Burger and her husband, Albert, of Crawfordville, Fla.; special friends, Kevin Burns and his wife, Diane, of South Portland, and Annemarie Germain of Portland. She is also survived by numerous friends and acquaintances.

A special thank you to Seaside Assisted Living Facility for their exceptional loving care for Barbara. There will be no visiting hours.

A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m., on Monday, Aug. 13, 2018, at Jones Rich & Barnes Funeral Home 199 Woodford St. Portland. Burial will follow at Brooklawn Memorial Park in Portland.

Please visit to sign Barbara's online guest book.

If desired, donations in her memory may be made to: Seaside Nursing and Rehabilitation Center 850 Baxter Blvd. Portland, ME 04103


  • Ellen Burger, Cousin
  • Albert Burger, Ellen's husband
  • Kevin Burns, Special Friend
  • Diane Burns, Special Friend
  • Annemarie Germain, Special Friend
  • Donald A. Coleman, Husband
  • William Doughty, Brother
  • Eleanor Potter, Sister


  • Funeral Service Monday, August 13, 2018

Barbara D. Coleman

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Doug and Nancy Walsh

August 12, 2018

Aunt Barbara,
You have been, are and always will be loved.

Ellen Burger

August 10, 2018

A very heartfelt "Thank You!" to Annemarie Germain for taking such loving care of Barbara and her sister, Eleanor. You were indeed a Very Special Friend to both of them!

Ellen Burger

August 10, 2018

I will always remember Barbara's quick wit, wonderful laugh and ready smile. She is finally with her dear, beloved sister, Eleanor, and I am so blessed to have been a part of their lives (photo of the three of us when I was just a little girl in the early '60s).