Guest Book for HELEN THREASA PRICE COLEMAN

Provided by Stuart Mortuary, Inc

Posted by: Eric Parker
Tue May 19, 2020
To Tim and the entire Family of Mrs. Helen T. Coleman. Please accept our condolences.

The Parker Family
 

 
Posted by: Alfreda Barber and Virginia Barber
Tue May 19, 2020
Tim &Alex
My Mother and I offer our condolences to you and your family. Mrs. Coleman was a wonderful person.

Sincerely Alfreda Barber and Virginia Barber
 

 
Posted by: Marc Harper
Thu May 21, 2020
Al and Tim:

My mother, Lauren, Brandon and I send you and your families our love and our condolences on the passing of a wonderful aunt and a kind and beautiful soul.

Marc Harper
 

 
Posted by: Hattie Taylor
Thu May 21, 2020
A true friend is gone, she will be missed. To the family God Bless and my prayers are with you.
 

 
Posted by: Anita Coleman Hines
Fri May 22, 2020
Alex, Tim and family
My family and I offer our condolences on the loss of your mother. One of the many highlights I recall was going to church on Erin Street and Aunt Theresa visiting and those days she would play the piano we had and we’d sing hymns the entire service. What a gift she had for music.  I pray that God give you and your families peace and strength and he comfort you with His presence. Love you all
 

 
Posted by: Jada Cruce
Fri May 22, 2020
To the Family of Ms. Coleman,

It's with a heavy heart that I learned of the recent passing of Ms. Coleman.  I last saw her in February, as she was my mother's neighbor at the Tom Benjamin Senior Center.  Ms. Coleman always looked out for my mother and always had kind and thoughtful words for me.  

Our very last conversation in February, as I would always catch her on her way to church was stop and let's pray.  She uplifted me before Chris and told me to get back in church.  I walked away from that conversation as I did many and Thanked God for the Elders.

Ms. Coleman will truly be missed.  I always looked for her whenever I was in Indianapolis visiting my own mother. She was one of the kindest persons and LOVED the LORD!

My prayer is that you be comforted in knowing that she is not resting in the arms of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  See you on the other side Ms. Coleman! Rest peacefully.

On behalf of myself my mother Phyllis Cruce and brother Christopher Wilson
 

 
Posted by: LeWana Britt
Fri May 22, 2020
Nana Coleman left an indelible impact on my life. You are truly missed and wishing you a Happy Birthday in Heaven today! I will bake a cake and think of you!
 

 
Posted by: Dinnah Gibson
Sat May 23, 2020
Rest well Sister Coleman you will be missed
 

 
Posted by: Joseph and Betty Grissom
Sat May 23, 2020
You have our deepest sympathy.  She was a faithful servant to the LORD and will be missed.
 

 
Posted by: Tonia Peck Murrell
Sun May 24, 2020
Timmy, Alex and family,

Adrian, Tylan Aryn  Amari and myself send our love and condolences to all of you during this time. We love Aunt Teresa and we carry her in our hearts.

Tonia Peck Murrell
 

 
Posted by: LaTrelle Easterling
Sun May 24, 2020
Alex and Tim,

My deepest condolences to you and your families. Your mother will always stand out in my mind for her warm smile, gentle strength and deep faith. She was a wonderful woman. I pray God’s grace provides the comfort and courage you need to face the coming days.

Blessings and peace,
Bishop LaTrelle Miller Easterling
 

 
Posted by: Michelle Harrison
Sun May 24, 2020
Tim,

I am often reminded of a bible verse found in Philippians 1:21 that has a winning connotation for the believer.
It says “To Live is Christ (winning) and to die is gain (winning)!
Ms. Coleman is resting until the day of Christ return 🌹

Peace & Blessings,

Minister Michelle Harrison

 

 
Posted by: Rev. Dr. & Mrs. L. Wayne Smith
Sun May 24, 2020
Alex and Tim, our thoughts and prayers are with you in the
loss of your mother. May God' peace be yours.

Sincerely, yours,



 

 
Posted by: Shondria and Bryant Seaton
Sun May 24, 2020
Our thoughts and prayers to the Coleman Family
The Seatons
 

 
Posted by: Stacey Moore
Sun May 24, 2020
Dear Tim and Alex......My deepest condolences on the passing of your mother.  She was such a wonderful and caring lady.  May God continue to keep you and your family in loving care and give you strength day by day.  Just know that while your mom has transitioned, she still lives on in both of you and everyone else who had the blessing of knowing her.

May the love of God be with you,
Stacey Moore
 

 
Posted by: Jeff and Evelyn Gearries
Sun May 24, 2020
Our prayers are with you both during this difficult time.
 

 
Posted by: Phyllis Bush
Mon May 25, 2020
Alex, Tim, and family, It was my privilege to work with your Mom at St. Vincent. She was like a second Mom to most of us. If I did something not quite right, she would say, “You are bad!” But she would giggle and there would be a twinkle in her eye. So many stories I could tell. Just know that I loved her. Know that she could never say enough good things about her boys. Know that she will not be forgotten.
 

 
Posted by: Anna Genus
Mon May 25, 2020
To the family of Ms. Coleman,
Your mom was certainly a woman of faith and quite the Bible scholar.
  She will be missed around here at the Thomas Benjamin Senior Living  
Center.
  Always a smile and kind word.  May she rest in the arms of Jesus and may
  you find peace in knowing where she is.
 

 
Posted by: Georgia Cain
Mon May 25, 2020
Tim and Alex Coleman

In the fullness of time a life's journey ends. But LOVE once shared continues to LIVE.
And beyond this day...that LOVE prevails.

With sincere sympathy, GOD will see you through.

Threasa's friend Georgia Cain
 

 
Posted by: Cynthia Tate-Gardner
Tue May 26, 2020
To the family of nana Coleman.. My sincere condolences to you and the family. Nana  Coleman was a woman of God and she loved the Lord.  She had so much wisdom to give to all. She will be so dearly missed. I pray the God will give you strength and that you would remember her and know that she is in heaven doing the work the God has called her to do.

John & Cynthia Gardner
 

 
Posted by: Bo Burkley Carr
Tue May 26, 2020
Threasa was a great prayer warrior and dear friend.  I worked with Threasa for many years and dearly loved her.  My prayers are with you during this time.
 

 
Posted by: Paula K. Phelps
Tue May 26, 2020
My prayers are with the family of Nana Coleman. I met Nana through my daughter Kimberly Collins. I am honored to have had the opportunity to meet, worship, and fellowship with her. I am glad that I was able to thank Nana for being another mother, grandmother, and strong Spirit filled female figure for my daughter.  I looked forward to seeing her sweet face and hearing her inspiring words at every visit from Georgia.  She will be greatly missed.  Thank you, Lord, for sharing Nana with us.  Blessings to the family and Mount Zion!
 

 
Posted by: Barbara Moon
Tue May 26, 2020
Tim and Alex,  I was saddened to hear that Threasa had passed away!  I worked with her at St Vincent.  My heart goes out to you and your family at this difficult time.
 

 
Posted by: Ellynn Theresa Osborne Murray
Tue May 26, 2020
I was privileged to meet, and on occasion converse with Mrs. Coleman when I attended the Friday Bible study group at the Bishop T. Garrett Benjamin Senior Living Center. She was always so kind and gracious.
Many of the attendees of the Bible study group came together via a conference call Friday, May 22, 2020 for a memorial program to pay tribute to Mrs. Coleman and speak about their fond memories of her. Several people took part in this touching program and I was able to share this poem I prepared about Mrs. Coleman :
Loved, cherished and divinely appointed.
Abundantly equipped and truly anointed.
She moved through life with grace and integrity.
Sharing spiritual wisdom, was her purpose and destiny.
No matter what, she remained faithful and walked in God’s love.
Reflecting the benevolence of her Heavenly Father above.
Her prayers were impassioned and reverent petitions to the Lord.
And we know, she is now with Him, for she has gone on from labor, to reward.
 

 
Posted by: Sheila Cooper
Wed May 27, 2020
To the family of Sister Coleman I send you my sincere condolences in your loss of your love one. She was a very kind and sweet servant of God. She smiled and held my hands and prayed for me often. I will miss her presence. May she rest in God's heavenly arms. Sheila A. Cooper
 

 
Posted by: Christie (Scott) Williams
Thu May 28, 2020
Alex and Tim:
May the Lord be with both of you and your families during the time.
Sorry sorry to hear of your loss.
She was a very sweet woman and will be missed.