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In loving memory of
James J. Coleman
  • March 14, 1949
  • -
  • July 24, 2022

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“Jimmy” James Joseph Coleman, Jr. of Cape Coral, Florida passed away on the morning of July 24th, 2022 at the age of 73. He died peacefully in his own home surrounded by his loving wife and children.

James was born in New York, New York on March 14, 1949, to Anna Eileen (Kavanagh) and James Joseph Coleman, Sr. He was the eldest of seven children.

James was preceded in death by his parents, James and Eileen Coleman. 

James is survived by his devoted wife of 47 years Ramona A. Coleman (Tavarez); three children Kim Coleman Cabrera, Christine Elizabeth Boateng, and Raymond James Coleman; five beautiful grandchildren Jaden Benjamin Cabrera, Kayla Elise Cabrera, Alexander Raymond Cabrera, Noemi Elise Boateng, and Gianna Noelle Boateng; and six siblings Kevin Coleman, Christopher Coleman, Daniel Coleman, Andrew Coleman, Nancy Coleman, and Jane Miller, along with many wonderful nieces, nephews, and friends.

A private Celebration of Life for James will be held at DeRomo’s Banquet Hall in Bonita Springs, Florida on August 7, 2022. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to one of the following charitable organizations.

Clean water for schools: https://www.h2oforlifeschools.org/sponsors/1070

Humanitarian projects in the Dominican Republic:


Instead of flowers, the family would prefer if you would make a donation to
Clean water for schools: https://www.h2oforlifeschools.org/sponsors/1070 & Humanitarian projects in the Dominican Republic:https://www.jompeame.com/causas

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  1. Jame Miller says:
    03 Aug 2022
    Rest In Peace Jimmy. You fought hard. Give Mom and Dad a big hug for me. ❤️Jane

  2. Your Son says:
    01 Aug 2022
    I think you'd be surprised how many people are mourning your departure. For being such as asshole, you were a good guy. A principled asshole shall we say. Thank you for teaching me to question life and think critically. Thank you for setting high expectations. Thank you for, in your own unique way, teaching us that we are not limited by our peers or our environment, but by our ambitions. You did better than you thought.

  3. Eli lit a candle:
    01 Aug 2022
    Lit since August 1, 2022 at 8:23:29 PM

  4. Eli says:
    01 Aug 2022
    So many memories! So much love! So many years to put into words!
    Jimmy thank you for loving my sister unconditionally and being an amazing father and Papa! You will be missed immensely
    Til we meet again in Heaven big brother!

  5. Raoul Fonseca says:
    01 Aug 2022
    Thank you for always being a great conversationalist and doing so with an element of passion.

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