Doris Coleman

Services were 3 p.m. Saturday at White-Ranson Funeral Home, with the Rev. Jerry Leggett officiating. Burial followed in Antioch Cemetery in the Crystal community.
Pallbearers were Will David Coleman, Scott Coleman, Randy Shane Roberson, Anthony Roberson, Colton Quick and Miller Coleman.
The family requests that memorials be made to Obion County Hometown Walk of Hope or the American Heart Association.
She was born April 16, 1931, in Obion County, daughter of the late Clelon and Willie Thomas (Martin) Hamblen. She was married to William Jordan Coleman, who passed away Aug. 13, 2009.
She was a retired employee of the former Salant & Salant in Union City, where she was employed for 33 years, and was a member of Reelfoot Baptist Church.
Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Daphne and Randy Roberson of Union City; her son and daughter-in-law, Ronnie and Rosemary Coleman of Union City; her daughter-in-law Mildred Coleman of Union City; eight grandchildren, Jennifer Coleman, Scott Coleman, Shelly Roberson and Anthony Roberson, all of Union City, Stephanie Wyatt of Denver, Stacie McVay and Randy Shane Roberson, both of Newbern, and Will David  Coleman of Nashville; 11 great-grandchildren, Randi Lynn McBride, Colton Quick, Miller Coleman and Carly Coleman, all of Union City, Alaina McVay, Gracie McVay, Addie Lynn Roberson and Averi Roberson, all of Newbern, Christian Wyatt and Andrew Wyatt, both of Denver, and Ashe Thompson Coleman of Nashville; three sisters, Betty Lowrance of Greenfield, Ann Nichols of Leesville, S.C., and Peggy Guynn of Murray, Ky.; and two brothers, Ted Hamblen of Union City and Charles Hamblen of Chattanooga.
She was also preceded in death by her son, Billy Coleman; and two grandchildren, Ann Coleman and Cana Rose Coleman.
Condolences may be sent to the family at the funeral home website: www.white-ranson.com.

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