2018-06-07 / The Holy Road


SEPTEMBER 11, 1983 ~ MAY 24, 2018

Christopher Coleman was born on September 11, 1983 in Pine Ridge, SD to Wilson Sr. and Ella (White Bull) Coleman. Christopher made his journey to the Spirit World on May 24, 2018 in Bridgeport, NE.

Christopher is survived by his spouse, Shawna Coleman of Bayard, NE; parents, Wilson, Sr. & Ella Coleman of Porcupine, SD; children, Cheyenne Coleman of Worthington, MN, Hailey & Tony Flying Hawk of Rapid City, SD; step-children, Weston Mesteth of Greeley, CO, Shawn Mesteth of Fort Collins, CO, Sharla Mason of Cheyenne, WY, and Henry Mason of Bridgeport, NE; brothers, Wilson Coleman, Jr. of Rapid City, SD, Maurice Coleman, and Clifton “CJ” Coleman both of Porcupine, SD; hunka brothers, Brandon Beagley and David Hamblin both of Provo, UT; sisters, Tisha Marroquin of Schuyler, NE, Trisha Coleman of Porcupine, SD, Tracy Coleman of Sells, AZ, Jessie Schicky of Baytown, TX, and Dotti Witt of Porcupine, SD; and hunka sisters, Delynn Tally of Provo, UT, Zady Brown Bull of Kyle, SD, and Danielle Red Bear of Allen, SD.

Christopher was preceded in death by his brother, Cory Coleman; nephews, Isaac Jumping Eagle and Darrell Brown Thunder-Coleman; nieces, Freedom and Leah Coleman; uncle, Darrell White Crane Walking; grandparents, Melvin White Face, Levi White Bull, Annie White Bull, and Jim & Helen Crowe.

A one-night wake service was held on Saturday, June 2, 2018 at the Porcupine Elderly Meals Building. Funeral Services were held on Sunday, June 3, 2018 at the Porcupine Elderly Meals Building in Porcupine, SD. Officiating was Pastor Matt Hadden and Rev. Don Mink. Traditional Lakota Services were conducted by Mr. Santee Witt. Cremation followed funeral services. Arrangements entrusted with Sioux Funeral Home of Pine Ridge, SD.

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