Dr Michael Coleman Obituary – Dr. Michael Andrew Coleman, 67 years of age of Columbia, Missouri left to be with the Lord on Tuesday, January 30, 2018.
A dedication mass will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, with Fr. Chris Cordes (minister) administering — and Msgr. Fr. Michael Flanagan (Associate minister) helping. The cremains will be held by the family pending a later internment.
Dr. Coleman was conceived on July 9, 1950 in Jackson County, MO, the child of Andrew Franklin Coleman and Essie Helen (Lester) Coleman. He was joined in marriage on December 19, 1970 to Nancy Gayle Beach.
Michael was an alum of Northeast High School, in Kansas City, MO, the class of 1968; from which he went to the Missouri Boy’s State as a representative. In 1976 he moved on from Respiratory Therapy School, Bethany Medical Center, Kansas City, Kansas, in 1981 he moved on from the University of Missouri at Columbia with a Bachelor’s certificate in Education. The next year he earned a Master of Education degree from that equivalent college. In 1987 he moved on from Saint Paul School of Theology with a Master of Divinity degree. In the year 2000, while filling in as minister to United Methodist places of worship, he moved on from Anderson Theological Seminary with a Doctorate in Theology – composing two Bible Commentates. As a Volunteer Chaplain he went to New York City following the 9-11 Tragedy to offer pain backing to the survivors.
He gladly served our Savior as an official for thirty-three years in the Army of the Lord. He has been to Israel twice and has appealed to God for both the Missouri House and Senate. Likewise, he petitioned God for both the United States House of Representatives and Senate.
He was utilized for a long time as a Respiratory Therapist, twenty-two years as a United Methodist minister, and ten years as a Hospice Chaplin. While filling in as a hospice clergyman he trained Religion courses for a long time as an Adjunct-Faculty part at Southeast Missouri State University, in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. He appreciates painting and composing. He stick headed, and composed, both the flood-alleviation program for Gasconade County — and a significant region wide Crusade for help following the “Incomparable Flood of’93.”
He and his significant other set their enrollment at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in 2014, and he has shown an assortment of Bible Studies there since joining. He additionally turned into a Benedictine Oblate with the Immaculate Conception Abbey in Conception, MO., just as a third-degree Knight of Columbus, Columbia Council 1529.