OBITUARY

Robert W. Coleman

September 15, 1927May 24, 2018
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Robert (Bob) Warren Coleman passed away Thursday, May 24, 2018 at Woodbury Care Center at the age of 90. Memorial services will be held Saturday, June 16 at 11:00am, with visitation one hour prior to the service from The Grove United Methodist Church in Woodbury. Interment will be in the church cemetery immediately following the service. Arrangements are with Wulff Funeral Home in Woodbury.

Bob was born to Ethel (Sandon) and Robert H. Coleman on September 15, 1927. He attended Harding High School, and entered the US Army in 1945. Charlotte (Nielsen) and Bob were united in marriage May 7, 1948 at Central Park United Methodist Church, St. Paul.

Bob is survived by his Loving Wife of 70 years, Charlotte; Children, Maureen (Jim) Weidemann of Belview, MN, John Coleman of St. Paul, Janet Coleman (Bobby Morris) Morehead City, NC, and Cubby (special friend Becky Smith) Coleman, Bloomington; five Grandchildren; eight Great Grandchildren; Brother, Richard Coleman of Woodbury; and many Nieces, Nephews, and Cousins. Bob was preceded in death by his Parents; Son, Michael; and Sister-In-Law, Evie Coleman.

In lieu of flowers, memorials can be given to the American Cancer Fund or Epilepsy Foundation of MN.

  • FAMILY

  • Bob is survived by his Loving Wife of 70 years, Charlotte; Children, Maureen (Jim) Weidemann of Belview, MN, John Coleman of St. Paul, Janet Coleman (Bobby Morris) Morehead City, NC, and Cubby (special friend Becky Smith) Coleman, Bloomington; five Grandchildren; eight Great Grandchildren; Brother, Richard Coleman of Woodbury; and many Nieces, Nephews, and Cousins.

    Bob was preceded in death by his Parents; Son, Michael; and Sister-In-Law, Evie Coleman.

Services

  • Memorial Services Saturday, June 16, 2018
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Bob Coleman 2016.

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Bob and Char with family John, Mike, Cubby, Maureen, Jim, Peggy, Sonja, Jon, Joel, Dave, Jill, and Janet. 1991

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Ethel, Bobby, and Richard 1942.

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Bob and Ethel Coleman with sons Bobby and Richard. 1934

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Early 1928 Bobby at age 5 or 6 months old with his mother Ethel Hope Sandon COLEMAN.

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Bobby at age 2.

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Eastern Star installation Bob with brother Richard and their mom and dad, Bob and Ethel 1958.

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Bobby with his Aunt Jerri’s dog Shep. Summer of 1929.

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Mike, Bob, Janet, Maureen, John, and Char. Taken New Years Day 1958.

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Bobby, age 4 on the scooter he won at a theater. Everyone in the theater was given a ticket with a number. Bobby’s number was called and he started running toward the stage. His mother ran after him thinking he didn’t read his ticket correctly. It turned out he was right, he had won. He completely took the scooter apart shortly after this photo was taken.

Biography

Robert (Bob) Warren Coleman passed away Thursday, May 24, 2018 at Woodbury Care Center at the age of 90. Memorial services will be held Saturday, June 16 at 11:00am, with visitation one hour prior to the service from The Grove United Methodist Church in Woodbury. Interment will be in the church cemetery immediately following the service. Arrangements are with Wulff Funeral Home in Woodbury.

Bob was born to Ethel (Sandon) and Robert H. Coleman on September 15, 1927. He attended Harding High School, and entered the US Army in 1945. Charlotte (Nielsen) and Bob were united in marriage May 7, 1948 at Central Park United Methodist Church, St. Paul.

Bob is survived by his Loving Wife of 70 years, Charlotte; Children, Maureen (Jim) Weidemann of Belview, MN, John Coleman of St. Paul, Janet Coleman (Bobby Morris) Morehead City, NC, and Cubby (special friend Becky Smith) Coleman, Bloomington; five Grandchildren; eight Great Grandchildren; Brother, Richard Coleman of Woodbury; and many Nieces, Nephews, and Cousins. Bob was preceded in death by his Parents; Son, Michael; and Sister-In-Law, Evie Coleman.

In lieu of flowers, memorials can be given to the American Cancer Fund or Epilepsy Foundation of MN.