On the Morning of Wednesday May 10, 2023, The Angel of Death came into Pruitt Health of Macon, Georgia, and sealed the lips of our beloved father, brother, uncle, cousins, and friend, Mr. Moses Coleman.
Daddy, uncle Moses, friend, brother Moses, as he was affectionately called, was a native of Swainsboro, Georgia, where he was born, to the late Green Coleman and Udell Ricks-Coleman. He was a graduate of Swainsboro High School in 1986. He retired as a bus monitor for Head Start, and was employed by Farmers furniture for many years as a delivery driver. Brother Moses, was a member of the Elim Praise Tabernacle Church, in Waynesboro Georgia. He Joined Elim Praise fifteen years ago, and accepted Jesus as his personal Savior. He reaffirmed his vows with the Lord many times, always with a repented spirit. He served as a church usher, kitchen helper, custodian, and a volunteer helper to the pastor. Moses was a fun, out spoken, well rounded, and funny guy to be around. He love to fish, travel, be around family, and his biggest gift will always be his baby girl; Anjelika (Peaches as he called her). He will always be known for talking trash, making people laugh, and just telling it like it was.
He is preceded in death by his parents; Green and Udell Ricks-Coleman, one Sister, Mamie Lou Coleman- Bryant, three brothers; Ray Lee Thomas, James Lee Ricks, and Willie Coleman. He leave to cherish his memories his daughter; Anjelika Ta’nia Atkins of Vidalia, Georgia; one sister; Mary Ruth Coleman of Swainsboro, Georgia, and two brothers; Nathan(Lenette) Coleman and Ralph Williams both of Swainsboro, Georgia; one uncle; Jay (Doris) Ricks of New Jersey. One devoted Niece; Lakeeshia Bennett; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives, and friends.
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