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George E. Coleman was born in Stratford, Oklahoma in 1932
He graduated Coleman High School in 1950. He then attended San Angelo Junior College for 1 yr. He left school to work in the oilfield until he was drafted into the Navy in 1952. He served till he got out in 1954. He then came to Farmington , N.M. and worked for Homco. He left Homco and purchased Nelson specialty and changed the name to Texas Equipment. He owned that business for 10 yrs. before selling it. He then purchased a drilling rig and started Coleman Drilling Co. As time continued, he purchased Big A Well Service and started Sunco Trucking and Coleman Oil And Gas, Inc. He grew the service businesses over the yrs., and sold them in 1998, retaining and then focusing on Coleman Oil And Gas, Inc., as an Operator and Producer of natural gas. He continued to be active in the business till his death. He went to work every day right up to the end.
He is survived by his wife of 58 years ( Barbara) and four children ( John, Chris, Katie, Jeff), 18 Grandchildren, and 5 Great Grandchildren.
He was a member of Sacred heart Parish.
There will be a Rosary on February 23, 2019 at 9:00 am at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with a Mass to follow at 10:00 am.
Our sympathies are with the Coleman family. Anna Morgan Family Alan Emmendorfer Family
Feb 21 2019 12:00 AM
To the Family. Our condolence. Know that Almighty God also misses our loved ones who have died. He has not only the power but also the desire to resurrect them back to life. Job 14:13-15; John 5:28
RH Feb 20 2019 12:00 AM
Barbara, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. George was always so nice and polite to me. The last time I visited with George he and Chris were having lunch at Spare Rib BBQ. It was nice to see them. Much love to you. Elaine
Elaine Whitehorn Feb 19 2019 12:00 AM
We loved and enjoyed George so much!!! Thoughts and prayers to everyone! With Love, Clay, Sherrie, & Cole Love
Feb 19 2019 12:00 AM
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time. With Love, Nancy & Jerry Coleman, Becky Elkin (sisters), Cliff Elkin, Kay Wilson, Victoria & Andy Zelenak (nephew & nieces)
Feb 19 2019 12:00 AM
Visualizing such a happy moment is not idle speculation; rather, it is meditation on a prophecy that is sure of fulfillment. The more real that prospect is to you, the stronger your hope that will be there. Such a firm, palpable hope will protect you from feeling 'ashamed of the good news,' which might make you shrink the assignment of sharing it with others. On the contrary, you will want to 'boast in hope' as the apostle Paul did, by sharing it confidently with others.
Car Feb 19 2019 12:00 AM
George Coleman a Legend, will be forever remembered as a Great Family & Business Man. Thoughts and Prayers with the Coleman Family. Bests Peter Kondrat
Peter Kondrat Feb 19 2019 12:00 AM