Barbara Ann Coleman

09/26/1947 - 02/06/2017

Barbara Ann Coleman born 9/26/1947 was called home Monday the 6th day of February at 7:30 am.

She passed away at her home in Mesa Arizona.

Her parents, now both deceased, are Cecelia Davies and Dennis Davies.

Barbara led a happy life with her parents and grew up in a Christian Household in Cleveland, Ohio.

She graduated High School with honors and later attended some college in Keypunch operations.

She had 3 wonderful children with her first husband. Barbara’sĀ children’s names are Stacey Coleman, Lori Coleman, and Jason Coleman.

She raised her children to the best of her ability. Her two daughters are now married and have 2 children of their own. They reside in Florida. Barbara’s other daughter still resides in Ohio.

Later on, Barbara divorced her first husband and met Kenneth Hale on December of 2005 in Florida.

Her and Kenneth later moved from Florida to Mesa, Arizona in July of 2007 and were married in Mesa, Arizona on May 1st of 2009.

They have been very happily married for 7 years and together for a total of 11 very happy years.

Barbara is now with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and Kenneth expects to see her soon as he is battling cancer which he is currently winning the fight.

Barbara will be missed by the people that she has touched in her life. As she was an Angel in the flesh and the best wife anyone could possibly want. There is not one person I know that has anything bad to say about her. She was a Diamond.

She is being cared for by Bunker Family Funeral Homes in Mesa Arizona 3529 E. University Dr. Services are for immediate family only.

Condolences

  • Though I never had the pleasure of meeting Barb in person, I know that her absence in the world will be felt. I’ve worked with Ken for many years and have seen with my own eyes the tenderness and affection he had for her. I pray that she finds comfort in God’s company, and that the Lord offers Ken and her children his Grave and Strength. Stay strong Ken. Never give up the fight.

  • She will be.missed

  • My condolences to the family, may God give you peace and strength during this time.

    Mark

  • Earl and Shannon

    I have known Barb and Ken for 7 years. She was one of the sweetest ladies I’ve ever known. May God Bless and keep her in his Grace’s! And God bless Ken in this very trying time. Barb will be missed by everyone that knows her.

  • My condolences to your family our prayers are with you.

  • Ken, our condolences from my family
    May God give you the guidance during this time our prayers are with you
    Manuel

  • She will be missed

  • Destyn and I are very sorry for your lose, she was a sweet person and you guys were a great match. Heaven’s gain and eternal reward, may time give you comfort in this.

  • Clyde R. Cole Jr.

    My condolences goes out to the family and my good friend as well as a collie I didn’t get the chance to meet Barbara but from all the good and happy thing Kenneth would say about her it was as if I new her and with that I’m very sure she was a beautiful person inside and out. Ken stay the strong guy that you are, God bless

  • Barb was a delightful woman whom I only knew for a few years. Yes, she was a gem.

  • Kendra C Charnick

    I had the privilege of getting to know Barbara when we worked together. She was the sweetest and most wonderful person and I was lucky to have been able to call her a friend. It was clear how much she loved you Ken from our conversations every day. She will be missed every day and will always hold a fond place in my heart.

  • You don’t know me personally, but I’m deeply sorry for your loss and wanted to offer you some comfort that I’ve found in the Bible. It’s my hope that you can draw comfort and strength from Jehovah God’s promises at Revelation 21: 3, 4 and John 5: 28, 29 that there will soon be a time when there will be no more death, and we will see our dead loved ones again. Please accept my deepest condolences.

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