Albert A.N. ''Nathan' Coleman
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Albert A.N. "Nathan" Coleman entered into eternal rest at his residence in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Sunday, November 3, 2019 surrounded by his loving family. He was a 90 year old native of Franklinton, Louisiana and a U.S. Army veteran. Visitation at Miller & Daughter Mortuary on Friday, November 8, 2019 from 5-7 pm; visitation resumes at Mt. Zion B.C. 1920 Progress Road on Saturday, November 9, 2019 from 9:00 am until service at 11:00 am conducted by Bishop G.C. Pierce; interment at Louisiana National Cemetery on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at 12:30 pm. Survivors include his devoted wife, Ethel Dell Crook Coleman; daughter, Tamara J. Coleman; grandchildren, James N. Elliott and LaToya C. Dixon; great-grandchildren, Troy O. Lucas III, Aja N. Dixon and Ayden P. Hamilton; brother-in-law, Leonard "Skeet" Crook; nieces, nephews other relatives and friends. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Mt Zion B.C. of Scotlandville Youth Department in memory of Bro. Coleman,

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Published in The Advocate from Nov. 6 to Nov. 12, 2019.
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December 4, 2019
Tamara and those who are included in the heritage and legacy of Mr. Albert Coleman, please accept my sympathy in the transition of your Father and loved one into life eternal. God has a prepared place for prepared people where they rest from their earthly labors. His works will continue in you as you are strengthened and consoled by God and His Word. Be encouraged - The God of ALL Comfort is ever present. Praying that God will replace your mourning with love, joy and peace.
Yvonne Williams
November 15, 2019
My thoughts and prayers are with you. I was a little girl when Mr. and Mrs. Coleman moved to Cunard Ave. In a few words I want to express to you what Mr. Coleman meant to me:
Man of Cod
Respected by all that knew him.
Caring and Compassionate
Loving, a leader in the Community
Excellent friend to have
Master of building and crafting things
Active in the Church
N - He was Nathan Coleman

Vallery Mattire and the Mattire Family.
November 9, 2019
Lord, I am just returning from vacation only to hear of your departure. You were an awesome leader and friend to everyone that knew you. Our family thanks you for all you did for our children. You definitely are heaven bound.
Mary Hills Williams and family
November 9, 2019
Uncle Nate you were such a rare JEWEL I will truly miss your smile Thanks for 30 years of love ❤ and laughter. I will never forget you. May your Memory live on always.
Angles Scales
November 8, 2019
I'll never forget all of the kindness and love that Mr. Coleman showed each of us. He was such a gem and we were lucky to have him. His light left such an impact on my life. He will be missed.
Sharbreon Plummer
November 8, 2019
So very sorry for your loss of a great man and a wonderful neighbor. May God hold your family in his loving arms and give you comfort during your time of grief.
Ruby Pope
November 8, 2019
It can be so hard to face the first year without your loved one, but the love of family and friends can carry you through.
Elaine Pounds Thomas and Family
November 8, 2019
A true legend. The epitome of what a Man of God was.
Lakeithon Coleman
November 7, 2019
To: The Coleman Family

It is with a heavy heart that I write this condolence.

Mr.Coleman was such a great man.

He was the former Youth Department Chairperson at the Mount Zion Baptist Church.

You helped me with my girls Myeshia, Krishon and Demetrize and for that I will always be grateful.

In January 2018 his former youth department children(now all grown) honored him with a "This Is Your Life Program." Give me my flowers while I live. The Youth Department certainly gave you your flowers while you lived.

The former youths came from all over Baton Rouge and even from Atlanta, Georgia to honor this great man. I know this was a memorable occasion for him and his family.

When I (and Geraldine Armstrong)was the Chairpersons of the Black History Play for four years Mr. Coleman and Mr. Eli would come on Saturdays to build a bus, a stage, grave tomb stones or whatever I needed for the program. He was the best craftsman.

We also honored him at one of the Black History Program.

Whenever you needed Mr. Coleman to do something all he wanted to know was what time, when you need it and what you needed done.

He was a willing worker.

We are going to miss Mr. Coleman it is hard to find someone willing to work without pay.

God has a place for you in Heaven.

Mr. Coleman you will never be forgotten.
Pam Selvage-Wilkins
November 7, 2019
You and your family remain in our prayers. May you always be in His care.
Janette Roulston, Hospice In His Care
November 7, 2019
With heartfelt condolences to the Coleman family. You all are forever in my prayers. Remembering that he faught a good fight, and kept the fate. Now he is absent from body and present with The Lord, JESUS CHRIST. Amen
Minister Marsha Curry
November 7, 2019
Offering prayers for a fallen Soldier.
Barry Jarreau
November 7, 2019
We celebrate the life and legacy of Our "Uncle Nathan" ...he will truly be missed by us all.....With Love,

The Children, Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren of the Late Rev. C.P. and Delores Coleman from the Branch of Ollie Mae Coleman Smith.
The Coleman's @ 2109 Gore Rd
November 7, 2019
Constant My condolence to you and your family
Stephanie Tolliver
November 7, 2019
To the Coleman Family;

Be not dismayed whatever betide; God will take care of you. I can only imagine the reunion of Mr. Nathan, Miss Ollie-mae, Rev. C.P. Coleman, Mrs. Deloris Coleman and all the others. What a time, what a time...
Merle Richardson
November 7, 2019
Ms. Coleman: My prayers are with you and your family. Your former student, Louinnis Patin McKinley.
Louinnis McKinley
November 6, 2019
With Our Sympathy, to Aunt Dell, Tamara and Family, we know at such a time there is little we can say, We want to let you know you are in our thoughts today. Your Nephew Don Tate and Family
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