Mitch Coleman succumbed to COVID-19 on June 29, 2020 after valiantly fighting the virus for over a month. He was 58 years old. Mitch was a warmhearted man and brightened any room just by being in it.
His widowed wife submitted this memorial and wrote: “Mitch Coleman was a follower of Jesus, an amazing husband and father of two, a maintenance worker at The School District of Clayton, and all around great guy. He knew no stranger and loved to make people laugh. He had a fabulous smile and was loved by many. He lived in Arnold, MO with his wife, Kim. In May of 2020 he contracted COVID-19 and spent 30 days in ICU on a ventilator and ECMO machine. On June 29, 2020 he lost his fight to this horrible disease that caused so many health complications. He was only 58 years old and he will always be missed by his family and friends.”
Mitch Coleman is deeply mourned by his wife, children, family, coworkers at the Clayton School District, the children and families who knew him, and absolutely everyone who was fortunate enough to know him.
- Mitch Coleman obituary at Kutis Funeral Homes
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