Curtis Coleman passed away peacefully on November 8, 2013. A lifelong resident of Cranston until moving to The Village at Waterman Lake for the last several years, Curt was pre-deceased by the love of his life, Carolyn Coleman in 2010. Curt was a man of many hobbies during his life and the pursuit of these instilled curiosity and ingenuity into his two sons, Raymond, of Glocester, Rhode Island, and Douglas of Waccabuc, New York. Curt is survived by sons Raymond and Douglas, daughter's in law Deborah and Collette and grandchildren Jeffery, Gregory, Meredith, Olivia, Madeleine and Claire. Services will be private. Those wishing to memorialize Curt can do so through a donation to the Salvation Army.
Robert Favicchio - 11/12/2013
My condolences to Ray, Doug and families on the passing of your dad. Mr. & Mrs. "C" were incredibly nice to me, not only when we were kids but in all the years since. We have fond memories of Curt pacing the hall with our oldest son in his arms so that we could enjoy dinner, and our youngest spinning in that little rocker that was always in their living room. They were special people in my life.
Jack Crowley - 11/12/2013
Curtis was a resident of the Macintosh unit while Sally was there. He was the only resident that knew Sally's and my name. We greeted each other every day. Will miss Curtis.
Barbara and Gene Folgo - 11/12/2013
Dear Ray - We are so sorry to read that dad has passed away. We always remember him and your mom and the wonderful conversations we had when they visited us at Strand Optical for their eyeglasses. They were so proud of you, your brother and their grandchildren. May he rest in peace with Carolyn and the angels. Our prayers are with you and your family at this time. Very Sincerely
Irene P. and Bill F. - 11/12/2013
Our condolences to you, Ray and Debbie, and to all the family on Mr. Coleman's passing. Your devoted care was surely a comfort to him. May he rest in peace.
Kathy Carroll Mouradjian - 11/12/2013
Ray and Doug I am so sorry for your lose, Both your Mom and Dad were very special people. I loved talking with them every Friday afternoon when I stopped to collect for the newspaper delivery. God bless all of you!! Kathy Carroll
Bob Carawan - 11/15/2013
Dear Doug and Family,
I am so sorry for your loss of your father. I remember those days around the pool table in your home, CCRI days. My prayers are with you. Bob Carawan
Susanne St. Pierre - 11/18/2013
My sincere sympathy to all of you in the Coleman Family. I had the pleasure of designing all the window treatments in your Mom and Dad's home. I regret that I did not acknowledge the passing of Carolyn for she was delightful. She and Curtis were a pleasure to be with and they made me feel like a family member. They were great together and I usually spent the time in laughter when I was there to work for them. Your Dad would show me his recent projects since my Dad was an engineer. They were so proud of you all, and I was treated to pictures of you guys and all the grandchildren each time I visited. They were so proud of you. I will always remember Carolyn and Curtis as favorite clients and friends. They are certainly together in eternity. Susanne