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In Memory of
Robert Steve Coleman Jr.
1986 - 2018
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Robert Coleman, age 31 of Winnsboro, passed away on Tuesday, June 19th, 2018 in Tyler. He was born on August 12th, 1986 in Longview to Virginia Coleman Bessey. He had lived in the communities of Longview and Ore City before settling in Winnsboro. Robbie worked with the local dairy’s delivering supplies and providing equipment repair.
He is survived by, his mother Virginia Coleman Bessey and Tommy Dillard of Longview; Grandmother Ellie Bessey of Merrill, Wisconsin ; Daughter Addison Jane Coleman of Longview; sister, Brandy Baldridge and husband Billy of Winnsboro; Brothers , Kevin Bessey and wife Kendra of Houston, Quentin Trautner and wife Stephanie of Winnsboro; aunt, Jackie Spier; uncle, Eddie Story and his wife Donna, uncle, Danny Dunn and his wife Sandra; Nephews, Chance, Kason, Cayman; Nieces, Laney, Kinley , Clara, Coralee; cousins Jennifer,Jimmy, Donnie, Cheyenne and their Families; second family, Steve and Twila Olive, Wendy and Morris Landrum, and The Jongsma Family, Lacey Walker, Tara Instine of White Oak.
Robbie’s greatest passion was going to fish and he would drop everything to go fishing and camping. He never met a stranger could talk to anyone or anything.
Always known as a man who would help and give to anyone that asked, Robert Steve Coleman, Jr. is still helping others, through the gift of Organ and Tissue Donation. Arranged through the Southwest Transplant Alliance, Robbie was able to help more individuals even after his death. Robbie’s family takes great comfort in knowing, a twinkle in someone’s eye, a smile from a child, a bear hug from someone who has received an organ transplant, may very well be the ongoing legacy Robbie has left. This gift was arranged through Southwest Transplant Alliance, 5489 Blair Road, Dallas, TX 75231
Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, July 14th, 2018 at Beaty Funeral Home-Winnsboro 816 W. Broadway Winnsboro, TX 75494 at 2:00 pm.
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