Deborah Stewart Coleman

Deborah Stewart Coleman

Deborah Stewart Coleman

November 28, 1949~September 14, 2022

Deborah Stewart Coleman, 72 of Baker, Florida passed away Wednesday, September 14, 2022. Deborah was born on November 28, 1949, in Crestview, Florida to Gene & Jewel Stewart. After moving to Baker, Florida, Deborah was a 1967 graduate of Baker High School. She went on to become an LPN and really enjoyed her time of eighteen years as a detox nurse at Bridgeway Center to then finish a long career with Covenant Hospice. Deborah was a member of Living Faith Baptist Church and then was affiliated with Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church.

Deborah is preceded in death by her parents, her father, Comer Eugene Stewart, her mother, Ruby Jewel Smith, her brother, Richard Michael Smith, her husband, James E. Coleman Sr.

Deborah is survived by her son, John Anthony Coleman, her daughter, Sheri Coleman Mayhair (Terry), her brother, William Marcus Smith, her grandchildren, Christopher and Dannielle Mayhair.

A gathering of family & friends will be held on Monday, September 19, 2022, from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm from the Chapel of Brackney Funeral Service.

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Mary Cox

September 16, 2022, 8:23 pm

I am so very sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. I lost mine in July and miss her very much. I remember your mom from Detox, she always had a smile on her face when I saw her. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult loss.

Rickey Booker

September 17, 2022, 6:28 pm

I remember when my mom passed away in 2010, Deborah Coleman was her hospice nurse. She was very caring and a great friend to the family thru the years. Prayers for the family and Deborah will be missed.

Linda King

September 22, 2022, 12:50 am

I first met Debbie in 1996 when I worked with her at Detox. I worked Days and she worked Evenings. She would sometimes call and say she was running a little late. It was Years later that I found out that the reason she ran late, was because she was taking food and clothes to the poor souls under Brooks Bridge that she and I took care of. Debbie never was angry with those who abused substances, she never judged them, although I certainly did. Her Heart was pure Gold to those Guys and Gals. Later in Life, I was blessed to schedule her on Continuous Care Cases with Covenant Hospice, where she would stay well over her shift to make sure a dying patient was comfortable. Wherever she was, Time was Debbie’s Gift to those she cared for. If anyone ever deserves a place to lay their Burdens down, it is Debbie.
Rest in Peace my dear Friend. You were a Gift from God. Linda King

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