Anthony Charles Coleman

Anthony Charles Coleman, affectionately known as “Trai”, was born January 15, 1992 in Jacksonville, Florida to parents, Darrell and Briggittie Coleman. From birth, Anthony was a self-soothing, loving, quiet, and compassionate child. At the age of one, the family relocated to Orlando, Florida and then subsequently to Winter Garden, Florida. He attended Ocoee High School, graduating in 2010. After high school, he went on to attend Seminole State College.

During his childhood years, Anthony was a very studious and loving child. He was known in the community as a very thoughtful, compassionate, and mannerable person, as he would help elderly neighbors without hesitation. He had a very close bond with his only and eldest brother, Darrell, who was essentially his very best friend and confidante all throughout their youth.

Anthony was raised in a loving, and God-fearing home and in return, he loved spending quality time with his family laughing, talking, and enjoying board games during family fun nights, especially his favorite… Rummikub. He loved going to see family in Jacksonville, Florida where he would feast on his all-time favorite food…seafood, during the family seafood boils.

A lover of sports, Anthony was a fan of the Los Angels Lakers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Florida State Seminoles. He was also an avid fan of extreme sports, such as skateboarding, and anything fast and furious. He loved painting and nice cars. He would spend time with Cesar, his best friend and brother-in heart since childhood painting, playing golf, enjoying extreme sports, and simply having a good time. He loved to dress in Ralph Lauren attire, and took great pride in his good looks. He worked as a trainer and was always physically fit.

Life is truly but a stopping place, consisting of dreams, visions, aspirations, ups, downs, failures, and successes. As a young adult, Anthony began to experience different challenges in his life, but God through His AMAZING GRACE, blessed him to return to his training. In his final years, he reconciled his relationship first with God, his Heavenly Father, and then his family and friends. He was blessed to see the matchless love of God in a way he had never experienced, as the Lord blessed him with all the enemy of his soul tried to destroy. His final days was spent with unwavering love, fellowship, and support from his family and friends until the end.

Anthony was preceded in death by his Paternal Grandfather, David Coleman; Maternal Grandfather, Anthony L. Graham; and Uncles: Donald Coleman, Timothy Coleman, and Charles Coleman.

He leaves to cherish his memory his loving and devoted parents: Darrell and Briggitte Coleman of Winter Garden, Florida; Brother, Darrell J. Coleman (Ivana) of Atlanta, Georgia; Paternal Grandmother, Beatrice A. Coleman of Jacksonville, Florida; Maternal Grandmother, Carolyn Graham of Jacksonville, Florida; Aunts: Linda Jefferson, Tanna Coleman, and Uncle: Cornelious Nelson; Best Friends: Cesar Ramos, Johnathan Ramero, David Ramero, and Saul Ramero; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, other loving relatives and friends.

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