Betty Ann (Juliette) Coleman of Blackwell, Missouri was born February 8, 1934 in Old Mines, Missouri a daughter to the late Patrick Juliette and Mary Lucy (Politte) Juliette. Betty departed this life Tuesday, September 1, 2020 having reached the age of 86 years, 6 months and 24 days.
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On November 27, 1954, in Old Mines, Missouri Betty was united in marriage to the late John Paul Coleman and together they shared twenty- eight wonderful years. John departed May 3, 1983.
Betty is survived by her daughters, Sandy Coleman (Darrell Turnbull) of Potosi, Missouri, Phyllis Pyle (Dave Dietz) of Troy, Missouri, Brenda Watson and husband Curtis of Leadwood, Missouri, Sheila Cantrell and husband Kevin of Mineral Point, Missouri, Trena Barton and husband Joey of Blackwell, Missouri; sons, Rick Coleman and wife Wendy of St. Genevieve, Missouri, Terry Coleman and wife Debbie of St. Clair, Missouri, Timmy Coleman and wife Tammy of De Soto, Missouri, Bruce Coleman and wife Krista of Old Mines, Missouri; sister, Nancy Goff of Cadet, Missouri; sister-in-law, Elsi Juliette of Mineral Point, Missouri; twenty- three grandchildren, twenty-five great grandchildren, two great great grandchildren and many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
In addition to her parents and loving husband, Betty was preceded in death her sisters, Virginia Kincaid, Celeste Bone; brothers, Joseph Juliette, Charles Juliette, Thomas Juliette, Glennon Juliette, Patrick Juliette; great grandson, Tanner Thompson; mother and father-in-law, Rosi and James Coleman.
Betty was a warm and welcoming person, treating everyone like close family. She had a solid faith in Jesus Christ, her Savior, and was a faithful member of St. Joachim Catholic Church. She enjoyed being outside working in her yard and tending to her flower gardens. She loved family get togethers, playing cards, particularly Euchre, and cooking big meals for all to enjoy. She will be greatly missed, by all who were privileged to know and love her.
Memorial donations may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. at 1807 Park 270 Dr. Suite 110 Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146