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I`m Free - Funeral Services Network
Pallbearers
Floral Bearers
Family and Friends
Family and Friends
A CELEBRATION OF
FOR
I’m Free
Life
Don’t grieve for me for now I’m free, I’m following the path
God laid me. I took his hand when I heard him call, I turn
my back and left it all. I could not stay another day to
laugh, to love, to work or play. Tasks left undone will stay
that way, I found that peace at close of day. If my parting
has left a void then fill it with remembrance of joy. A
friendship shared, a laugh a kiss, ah yes, these things, I
to will miss. But not burdened with times of sorrow, I wish
you sunshine of tomorrow. My life has been full, I’ve
savored much. Good friends, good times, a loved ones
touch. Perhaps my time seemed all to brief, Don’t l
engthen it now with undue grief, Lift up your hearts and
share with me, God wanted me now, He set me free.
Jones Funeral Home
1101 Charleston Hwy.
West Columbia, South Carolina 29169
803-791-0853
Marland Hardy Mitchell
Isaac Daryl Pressley
President / Chief Of Operations
Managing Director / Embalmer
Rev. R. Gregory Glenn, Pastor
The Obituary
Sunrise May 5, 1981 - Sunset January 18, 2015
Melthou “ Ms. Too” Coleman
Order of Service
Prelude ……………………..…………...…..……….……… Musician
Processional ……………...………………..…..… Family and Friends
Prayer ……………………………….………. Minister Phyllis Brown
Melthou “Miss Too” Leonear Coleman entered into eternal peace on Sunday,
January 18, 2015. Melthou was born May 5, 1981 in New Orleans, Louisiana
to the late James and Lully Coleman. She is the granddaughter of the late
Leonear Coleman, Yosief and Thebe Araya. She is the sister of the late
Bernard Johnson.
Melthou was a very kind and gentle soul; she had a loving and generous heart,
and was always giving to others. Family and friends were Melthou’s passion
and delight. She was the happiest when she was with her loved ones. She
loved to cook and enjoyed entertaining at the house for her family and friends.
The door was always open to those who needed a warm meal and a
comfortable home. She made sure that her family and friends enjoyed life to
the fullest. She really loved music, fashion and enjoyed taking care of her
home.
She was a strong believer in God and accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and
Savior. She enjoyed attending Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church.
She leaves her loving memories to be cherished by her loving fiancé Simone;
beautiful children - La’Monica, Veronica, Jai’Shane, Alicia and Chetavian; her
adorning sister Neome and fiancé Kanayo; her loving nephews - De’Angelo,
Cody and Jarquavian; her loving nieces - Jayme, Christina, and Aaliyah; her
loving mother-in-law Sharon Weeks, her loving aunts - Leonear “Gail”, Phyllis,
Suzie, Lidya, Donnell, Regina, Lenora and Delores; her great aunt Bonnie and
Emma: her uncles – Larry, Johnny, Ray, Marvell and Harvell, Eric, Alvin,
Henok, Dawit and Abraham; her cousins - Rayshell, Detrina, Rodney, Chris,
Keturah, Artrese, Artrell, Jonathan, Tamara, Reaiah, LaToya, Sisco, Paul,
Ulyssa, Olivia, Jarvis, Jeffrey, Jr., Tiyhana, Onnie, Kelvin, Ashley, Asia,
Clareese, Cassandra, Jasmine, Austin, La'Mya, Rayaisha, Tyree, Shywun,
Angel, Montana, Alaysia, Brilan, Rodney, Malachi, Jaydon, Preston, Irulan,
Trey, Christian, Kadin, Henny, Sezi, Eazy, Beni, Semi, Christal, Sherman and
Ebony a host of other family and friends who will forever miss her dearly.
Scripture Reading
Old Testament ……. Deuteronomy 30:19-20….
New Testament …… John 14: 1-6 ……….
Slide Show with Song ……………………………….….. By Jonathan
Remarks ………………………………………………. Simone Weeks
Acknowledgements
Musical Selection …………………..………… Mt. Zion Men’s Choir
Words of Comfort ……………….…………... Rev. R Gregory Glenn
Closing Prayer ……….………………….….. Rev. R. Gregory Glenn
Recessional Song ………………...……….. “I Will Always Love You”
Closing Prayer, Benediction and Interment
B & L Memorial GARDENS
Batesburg Leesville., SC
Repast
JC BUILDING
1153 Walter Price Road, Cayce, SC 29033
5PM
Acknowledgement
We the family of Melthou L. Coleman, wish to express our heart felt
appreciation for the many acts of love expressed to our family during this
period of bereavement, your prayers, cards, flowers and other kind gestures
has made this time easier to bare. May the Lord richly bless each of you.
Please remember us in your prayers.

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