|Birth: ||Nov. 24, 1939|
|Death: ||Feb. 24, 2003|
A daughter of Forrest & Rubbie Lee Unknown Monroe & wife of Henry Coleman.
Constance attended Douglass High School in Thomasville and furthered her education at Fort Valley State College, where she met her sweet loving husband, Emory Coleman. They were united in holy matrimony in 1957. To this union they were blessed with three beautiful daughters.
Constance accepted Christ at an early age at Rebecca Missionary Baptist Church. She worked as a loan officer at a bank in California until retirement. After returning home to Thomasville, she and her husband were owners and proprietors of C & M Check Cashing. She was a vibrant, outspoken, particular and humorous woman that was loved by all who knew her. She had many talents, one of which she really enjoyed baking her specialty cakes and sharing them with family and friends. She was a devoted wife, loving mother, sister and grandmother.
Survivors include her husband Emory Coleman; daughters and sons-in-law, Tammy Coleman-Primas (Leon Primas), Linda Coleman Ford (Alphonso Ford), Sonya Coleman-Stithz (Anthony Stithz), her father Forrest Monore Sr.; sisters and brothers-in-law, Jean T. (Joseph) Pogue, Barbara E. (Roosevelt) Young; brother and sister-in-law, Forrest C. (Veatrice) Monroe Jr.; grandchildren, Tyler S. Primas, Abrianna A. Ford, Jordan Coleman-Stithz, and Sage L. Ford.
-- Hadley's Funeral Home
Forrest Vea Monroe (1911 - 2008)
Rubbie Lee Ivey Monroe (1915 - 1993)
Peaceful Rest Cemetery
Created by: Winnette
Record added: Jul 07, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39177374
In memory of a childhood neighbor|
Added: Jul. 7, 2009