Coleman Ewell Obituary, Death – Mr. Ewell Coleman passed away on August 29th and went to his Heavenly home. Ewell was led into the presence of the King with his wife on his side in the year 2022. loved. He was the son of Ewell and Ethel Coleman and was born in Kansas City, Missouri. He began attending church at a young age, singing in the chorus, and attending both children’s and adolescent church.
at the Church of God on Third Street. His testimony has always been that it was Evang. Hayden’s prayers that kept him going. prayed in the church basement for God’s constant protection, which got him through. Ewell joined the United States Marine Corps in 1975 and served in artillery as a gunner. Coached combat marksmanship and obtained numerous accreditations. He returned to civilian life after quitting the military.
He enrolled in Machinist school, excelled, and went on to work as an aviation mechanic. He worked at General Dynamics, where he made space shuttle doors and other aviation parts. He met Darlene while working there, and they married in 1990 and recently celebrated their 25th anniversary.
Marriage of 34 years. This union of love produced Craig, Eboni, Rhonna, and Christopher. and Tiffanni, as well as two more joys, boys Joshua and Caleb. Ewell was a natural athlete. He enjoyed basketball and football, both of which he excelled at. Summers were fun. packed with family vacations, amusement park memories, swimming, road excursions, and playing He enjoys playing basketball with his sons, teaching them to drive, and teaching them how to fix and maintain their first vehicles. In 1997, God changed his plans for him and his family, and he relocated to Washington State.
Completely in your favor. He was transferred to Boeing, where he finished his aircraft career. retired. His father, Ewell C Coleman, and his bonus all died before him. Reverend James Green, the father, and two adoring extra sisters, Linda Lucas and Deborah Alto. Darlene Coleman, Craig Ingram, and their children survive Ewell. Christopher Coleman (Nancy), Joshua Coleman, Caleb Coleman, Eboni Sanders (Cory), Rhonna Harris (Kamone), and others appear in the film.
Tiffanni Epenesa (Tomasi), 20 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren, Ethel Coleman, mother, and brothers Philip Garland Coleman Coleman, Charmaine Coleman, Marilyn Coleman, Sonya Coleman, and a slew of others Brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews.