Funeral services for Kaitlyn Colman were held Saturday, September 4, at Lomax Hannon Auditorium with Rev. Dennis McCants officiating and Hudson Funeral Service directing.
Kaitlyn Kalis Coleman was 6 years old when she transitioned to paradise.
Though she didn’t live many years on earth, she deeply touched the hearts of those who knew her. She was a true definition of a boss baby. When she was at home you could find her in the kitchen breaking eggs for breakfast. She loved to cook. Just like all girls Kaitlyn had a favorite song, “Don’t you worry about a thing” she would dance and sachet all throughout the room.
Kaitlyn was preceded in death by her grandmother Mary Thaggard and her auntie Alicia Coleman.
She touched the lives of so many; our beloved, shining, happy girl, the light of our lives and the star of our hearts.
The relationship Kaitlyn had with her brothers was not like any other. The boys were supposed to be her gentle giants but instead she was their angel on earth. She gave them strength and courage. Kaitlyn was sassy, smart and intelligent. She was strong for a 6 years old.
She leaves to cherish her memories her grandparents Vera Mea Coleman and Joe (Mary) Young, two brothers Jamarious and Ti’Zhaun, five uncles Antonio, Terrell(Rita) and Sherman Coleman and Micheal and Markel Jordan, four aunts Marlene (Eric) Ruldoph, Sabrina Coleman, Tiffany (Kendall) Arnold and Tenesha Jordan. Kaitlyn was loved by many.