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Obituary for Tevin Terrell Coleman
Tevin Terrell Coleman, 26, of McKenney, VA passed away unexpectedly in his home on July 13,2021. Tevin was born on March 16, 1995 in Petersburg, VA to Tiffany Coleman. He was preceded in death by his Great-Grandparents James and Lillian Coleman and God-Mother Sandra Clarke.
At an early age, Tevin was baptized and joined the Shiloh Baptist Church family of Darvills, VA.
Tevin begin his school days at Sunnyside Elementary School and continued his education in Dinwiddie County Public Schools until he had the honor of graduating with the "Dinwiddie Generals" class of 2014. After high school Tevin went on to pursue his dream of becoming a trained chef. He graduated from the Art Institute of Virginia with a degree in Culinary Arts.
Tevin's favorite pass times included, cooking, watching sports, hanging out with close friends and family, and traveling.
Tevin leaves to cherish his memories: his Mother, Tiffany Coleman of McKenney VA, Brother, Devin Coleman of McKenney, VA, Sister, Diamond Perry of Atlanta, GA, Devoted Girlfriend, Cierra Morman of Petersburg, VA, Maternal Grandmother, Bettie Coleman of Dinwiddie, VA, Maternal Grandfather, William Walker (Dorothy) of Center Star, VA, Maternal Great-Grandmother, Gladys Wyatt of Chesterfield, VA, 3 Uncles, Derrick Coleman(Latrelle) of N. Dinwiddie, VA, Paul Coleman of Butner, NC and Corey Lassiter of Pennsylvania. Devoted Godfather/Uncle, John Mills of Petersburg, VA, 8 Great-aunts (very devoted Lillian P. Coleman), 2 Great-uncles. A host of cousins including three cousins that held a special place in his heart: Alicia Dean, Taniesha Barner, and Takaya Lewis. Extended Families Andre and Shelly Curtis, Morris and Ann Hardy. Last but not least, his homeboys: Craig Brown, Abraham Williams, Kendrick Kitchen, Lamont Fields Jr., Andre L. Curtis, Kajuan Parham, and Brandon Batten.
Tevin's funny, calm, sweet spirit will be missed by those who loved and cherished him.