With sincere compassion, we respectfully announce the transition of Rev. Paul E. Coleman, a resident of Sardis, AL. Rev. Coleman transitioned on Monday, June 21st, 2021. He was 70. A Home-Going Memorial Service will be held Saturday, June 26th, 2021, from the McComb Honorary Chapel of Jackson Professional Funeral Services. The service will begin at 12 noon. In compliance with government recommendations and J.P.F.S. public safety standards, individuals attending the home-going service are required to wear a mask or face covering at all times while inside the facility.
Rev. Paul Edward Coleman was born July 1, 1950 to Mr. Howard Coleman, and Mrs. Lessie Mae Coleman. Rev. Coleman confessed Christ at an early age, and joined New Bride Baptist Church where he served faithfully as a Deacon. In 1986, God called him in to Ministry. He later became Pastor of Weeping Willow Baptist Church, and New Sister Spring Baptist Church where he served faithfully.
Rev. Coleman had many things that he loved to do and collect. They included: fishing, hunting, carpentry, painting, repairing guns, and power saws; to name a few. He loved his collections of knives, guns, archery weapons, and tools. Paul worked as a windshield technician for 30 years at Assurance Glass. He also worked for American Candy Company, Miller Lumber Company, and as an electrician. He was a very hard worker for his wife and children.
Rev. Paul E. Coleman leaves to cherish his memories: his wife of 41 years, Mrs. Ruth Allen Coleman of Montgomery, AL; four sons: Mr. Paul Coleman, II (Jacquelyn) of Fresno, TX, Mr. Alexis R. Coleman (Leslie), Mr. Marcus T. Coleman, and Mr. Karlo L. Coleman (Staycie) of Houston, TX; ten grandchildren: Shayla Barker, Takiya Coleman, Taylor Washington, Tatiana Coleman, Maya Coleman, Marcus Williams, Seth Coleman, Natalia Coleman, Samarah Coleman, and Alexander Coleman; One son-in-law: Bruce W. Washington; one special niece: Beverly (Robert) Tyus; two sisters: Pauline Johnson, and Essie Motley of Cleveland, OH; one brother: Rev. Jesse (Brenda) Coleman of Cleveland, OH; three sisters-in-law: Patricia Allen, and Priscilla Turner of Sardis, AL, and Bernice Coleman of Cleveland, OH. He also leaves behind a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and other relatives.
Jackson Professional Funeral Services is grateful to the family of Rev. Paul E. Coleman for entrusting our caring and dedicated professional staff with the final arrangements of their loved one. We solicit your continued, sincere support and prayers for the family as they navigate through this experience.
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