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Kenneth Coleman

June 10, 1929-Jan. 29, 2013

Kenneth J. Coleman, 83, of Detroit Lakes, died Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at his residence.

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Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 8 in David Donehower Funeral Home, Detroit Lakes, with visitation to be held one hour prior to the start of services.

Interment of ashes will be held at First Lutheran Cemetery, rural Audubon.

Kenneth John Coleman was born to George and Ina (Murrarri) Coleman on June 10, 1929 in Minneapolis. He grew up and attended school in Minneapolis. After school he enlisted in the United States Army and served his country overseas during the Korean Conflict.

He was united in marriage to Norma P. Bakken in 1959. During his working career he was employed as a steward with Honeywell. He retired after 13 years. In his spare time, Ken enjoyed going hunting, fishing and visiting with friends and family.

Surviving Ken are his brother, William Coleman of Delano, Minn., and many nieces and nephews.

Preceding him in death were his parents; wife Norma; and brothers, George "Bob," and Floyd.

June 10, 1929-Jan. 29, 2013

Kenneth J. Coleman, 83, of Detroit Lakes, died Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at his residence.

Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 8 in David Donehower Funeral Home, Detroit Lakes, with visitation to be held one hour prior to the start of services.

Interment of ashes will be held at First Lutheran Cemetery, rural Audubon.

Kenneth John Coleman was born to George and Ina (Murrarri) Coleman on June 10, 1929 in Minneapolis. He grew up and attended school in Minneapolis. After school he enlisted in the United States Army and served his country overseas during the Korean Conflict.

He was united in marriage to Norma P. Bakken in 1959. During his working career he was employed as a steward with Honeywell. He retired after 13 years. In his spare time, Ken enjoyed going hunting, fishing and visiting with friends and family.

Surviving Ken are his brother, William Coleman of Delano, Minn., and many nieces and nephews.

Preceding him in death were his parents; wife Norma; and brothers, George "Bob," and Floyd.

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