William Rudolph Coachman, Jr.

william coachman, jr.

July 27, 1948 ~ June 27, 2020

Born in: Fayetteville, NC
Resided in: Snellville, GA

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Memories Timeline


  1. Monica Coachman Vereen says:

    I’ll love you forever, Daddy!! You’ll always be my SUPERMAN and I will always be a Daddy’s Girl!! I can’t believe you’re gone. 😢😢

  2. Kevin Vereen says:

    My Father-In-Law, I will truly miss our conversations, you were a remarkable man who loved your family. I appreciate the time I had with you though short in my view, but I promise to do everything to take care of your daughter who loves you so much; my wife Monica. You will be missed by your Family. Rest In Peace.

  3. Wanda Wesley says:

    Peace be still…cousin Billy. My sincerest condolences to your children, brother, immediate family and all the cousins. May our special memories of you sustain us as we mourn your passing. My fondest memory is the time you, me and Fran bonded on our road trip to Buffalo NY to attend Win’s wedding and visit Niagara Falls. We disagreed all the way there and all the way back…yet we had a wonderful time! Peace, blessings and much love to you cousin Billy.

  4. Fran Wesley says:

    My reflections of you, Billy, are fond and numerous. You were strong-willed, tenacious, confident, well-spoken, intelligent, witty, dapper, opinionated, and very protective of your loved ones. You gave great advice, even if at times it was unsolicited. I enjoyed our many conversations and debates over the years and will miss you much. Rest well. Our Coachman Family’s loss is heaven’s reward.

    Love and blessings,
    Fran Wesley

  5. Yolonda Cokie Gaylor says:

    Passionate, decisive, protective, unapologetically black, strong willed and loving to the end.
    What a wonderful legacy you gave the world!!. You did it your way til the last goodbye! As you said…See You on the Other Side….. Peace, Your loving sister.

  6. Sandra Stanton says:

    Rest in peace my dear friend

  7. Danny Rush says:

    Though deeply saddened by your departure, I know you are at peace and in a better place now. As a young boy, always waiting and looking for the next time you would be visiting our home.. You took me under your wings and without hesitation, taught this kid how to fly (drive). Country roads, 3 speed on the column….you sure trusted me. Growing up without a father figure, you were ut, and boy did you fill that role. SOooo many until dad stories of what this man did for me. Now at age 65, I will continue to cherish all those life lessons I learned from you, and will continue to make you proud of my every accomplishments. Rest in peace my dear brother… I will always love you!!

  8. Dana Butler Coachman says:

    The Butler Family
    We are deeply saddened by your loss. You brought so much laughter, love and memories that we will treasure forever. You developed so many friendships and smiles to many people in Baton Rouge, Plaquemine LA. Special Thanks to
    You for opening you heart to our little Jada Butler. We will do our best and pour out love to Dacole and Coby. Rest In Peace Warrior.

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