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William Allen Coffman

August 07, 1956 - June 18, 2020

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Bill Coffman (William Allen Coffman) . Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. As we plan gatherings, we will post invites. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

OBITUARY
With heavy hearts we announce the passing of William Allen Coffman. On June 18, 2020 he passed in peace with his wife and sons at his side after a strenuous battle with cancer.   Born August 7th 1956 in Cleveland Ohio. He...  see more
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  • Dan Reingardt
    Having the opportunity to have worked with Bill at JM&A for 22 years I've never seen him without a smile. He was truly an awesome human being that could light up a room just with his presence. His loss will greatly be remembered. Rest in peace!
  • AJ Cambareri
    WE lost Bill Coffman this week; truly one of the greats.
    With the advent of a new sunrise, and another Father’s Day, I find myself mourning the loss of my long-time friend and fellow Associate, Bill Coffman. Although I was floored by the news of his...  more
  • Mark Weis
    From day 1 of meeting Bill and the almost 20 years of working with, this man embodied the term "gentleman". His booming laughter was contagious not to be outmatched for his caring of ALL co-associates. It was he who brought my daughter into the...  more
  • Juliana Ackerman
    My father died of a brain tumor and I once shared that with Bill and he rode in memory of my dad that year. He had my dad's name printed on the back of his jersey and I will never forget this small act of kindness. Bill was so compassionate and caring...  more
  • Sri Tarasia
    Sri Tarasia added 1 photo(s) to the memorial William Allen Coffman :
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    • Sri Tarasia
      Sri Tarasia Your warm contagious smile will always linger in our hearts!
      • June 24, 2020
  • Rico Carroccio
    Bill was kind and gentle, always willing to share a good word and a smile around the office. His positive outlook on life was on display daily, never fading during his illness. His courage continues to be an inspiration for all of us.
  • Lauren Holmes
    Bill always wore such a contagious smile. When he spoke he always used such upbeat and positive words. I appreciated every hug I had the privilege of receiving from him, as he would pass through my department. His legacy and love for life has been...  more
  • Kristi Boyd
    Bill...his smile, his laugh, his genuine concern for others, his immediate friendship as soon as you met and talked with him...his example of living a purely joy filled life...I will always remember him.
  • Elizabeth Benton
    Bill was such a special person in my life. His optimism and support set such an incredible example. Bill, I loved laughing with you and I'll treasure your hand-carved ornaments and long phone chats for the rest of my life. Thank you for the gift you will...  more
  • Dave Reduzzi
    I am saddened to learn of Bill's passing. He was a good man, with a kind spirit and a loving heart. The memories of his smile and positive attitude will stay with me always.
  • David Darnell
    Bill is an inspiration to everyone he crossed paths with. A true gentleman, friend and family guy that was always focused on giving back. I am truly blessed to have known this great man. Karen and I are praying for Kathleen and family. God Bless.
  • Donna McWilliams
    Working with Bill for much of my long career at JM Family, my fond memories of him are endless.
    Whether he was cooking waffles for his team, supporting and mentoring associates, driving to make improvements, distributing his handmade wooden Christmas...  more
  • Amber Coffman
    Bill Coffman sky diving with the Golden Knights. This man lived his life to the fullest.
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    My tandem jump with the Golden Knights on February 3, 2017. Special thanks to this elite team for providing such a top shelf experience! #GoldenKnightsRock
  • Morris Castaneda
    Bill you were an inspiration to us all. I will miss you but will never forget you
    Gods Speed on your journey. Until we meet again
  • Tracy Holste Medwid
    Bill's smile would always light up the room!! His strength and perseverance was beyond any superhero. We're grateful for knowing him. Our thoughts are with your family and hope you find the strength to lean on each other to get through. Talk about the...  more
  • Forrest Heathcott
    There has never been a finer, more loyal friend and associate than Bill. His loss saddens us to our core but his example and strength provides us with fond memories that will not fade. We praise you for your friendship, contribution to our success and...  more
  • Brianne Asar
    I have so many memories of Bill in my early adulthood. Started out as my husband's (then boyfriend's) best friends dad, to my best friends father in law. So many social occasions, stopping by his home, etc. Every time I saw him he was so welcoming. You...  more
  • Cheryl Barnhill
    We will always remember our neighbors in Coral Springs. Alex could be found at their house all the time. We had a springer spaniel who rescued baby opossum from our pool. Seemed every time she did this, my husband was out of town for work. Our wonderful...  more
  • Jessica  Coffman
    I cannot say all the words in my heart. I cannot thank you enough for all the love and the memories and the life lessons...thank you for your love.
  • Mimi Milton
    I could fill a book with the wonderful, loving memories you are a part of. I met You at soccer and immediately admired your sense of humor and integrity. Your wife became one of my best friends - and you both made me a part of your family. You...  more
  • Amber Coffman
    Here is a link of Bill speaking to Elizabeth Benton about his weight loss journey. So thankful to be able to hear his voice.
    356: Complacency & Rationalization
  • Amber Coffman
    Pops I have so many memories with you. My very first was far before I met your son during Rec soccer. I was an intense goalie and had pads, gloves, etc and choose to wear boy style longer shorts. You looked at me and asked, “Sure you’re not ready for...  more