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  1. Mezigore
    BILL COLEMAN. May 24, - April 8, (41 years old) New Orleans, LA Services By Dennis Funeral Home - New Orleans.
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  2. Dut
    Bill Coleman (92 years old) passed away peacefully on Thursday, November 14th , surrounded by his loving family. He has gone to rejoin his beloved wife of 65 years Vivian (Gowsell) who predeceased him 4 years ago. It will be a joyous reunion. Incredible and loving Dad to Larry (Estelle), Cheryl Besaw (Alan) and Barb Sauve (Steven).
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  3. Dijas
    Bill Coleman, born in New Orleans to Charles and Rita Coleman, was called home at the age 41 on April 8, He leaves behind his siblings: Robert (Yolanda), Charles, Jr., Rochelle, Lenchent, Katie, Terry, Ariel, and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, April 20, at St. James Methodist Church.
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  4. Kell
    Bill Coleman (born August 4, , Paris, Kentucky, USA - died August 24, , Toulouse, France) was an American swing jazz trumpeter. He started his career in in New York City. During the 's he toured Europe for extended periods and in moved permanently to France.
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  5. Tauktilar
    Jul 24,  · Coleman declined to comment, and Coleman’s family declined to disclose her final destination but said the search for a suitable location for her and her family has taken on a new .
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  6. Yozshugar
    The third result is Bill Earl Coleman age 60s in Wetmore, MI. They have also lived in Delton, MI and Kalamazoo, MI plus 1 other location. Bill is related to Kimberly Monique Coleman and Kelsey Coleman as well as 4 additional people. Select this result to view Bill Earl Coleman.
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  7. Moogukinos
    BILL COLEMAN passed away on April 8, at the age of 41 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Funeral Home Services for BILL are being provided by Dennis Funeral Home - New Orleans. The obituary was.
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  8. Mazura
    2 Born: Paris, Kentucky, Aug. 4, Died: Toulouse, France, Aug. 24, Introduction: Bill Coleman became one of my favourite trumpeters upon listening to his late thirties Paris recording sessions, when I just was a teenager. The solography below is basically the one printed as Vol. 9 () in my Jazz Solography Series.
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