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|Elliot D'Evereux Coleman|
Funeral services for Elliot D'Evereux Coleman IV, 42, of St. Joseph were held at Sevier Memorial United Methodist Church in Ferriday on Sunday, October 4, 2009, with the Rev. Clyde Ray Webber officiating.
Interment followed at the Natchez City Cemetery under the direction of Young's Funeral Home.
D'Evereux was born September 19, 1967, in Lake Charles and died Friday, October 2, 2009, in St. Joseph. He received his degree in engineering from Louisiana State University and was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. D'Evereux was employed as a mechanical engineer for Johnson Controls.
D'Evereux chose to live on Lake Bruin and loved his life with Belinda in Tensas Parish. He was blessed with many talents and interests from gourmet cooking to vintage cars to blacksmithing. One of his greatest talents was captivating friends and family with his vast collection of stories and real life experiences. His ability was comparable to one of his favorite southern writers, Eudora Welty. D'Evereux was "a lyrical master of the short story."
He was predeceased by his paternal grandparents Dr. Louie Pollard and Lola Clarke Coleman, maternal grandparents William Thomas Barham and Mary Brodnax Barham and his great grandparents Elliot D'Evereux and Janie Young Coleman and Edward Terrell and Mary Cummings Brodnax.
Survivors include his wife, Belinda Burson Coleman of St. Joseph; father William Pollard and wife, Gale Coleman of Ferriday; mother, Terrell Barham Moss of Baton Rouge; stepfather, Benjamin Lawrence Moss, III of Fort Worth, TX; sister, Millicent and husband, Keith Smith of Natchez; brother, Barham and wife, Jenifer Moss of Houston, TX; brother, Ben and wife, Stacy Moss of Baton Rouge; nieces, Kate Huseman, Amelia Huseman, Olivia Burson and Haleigh Haynes; nephew, Coleman Moss; father and mother-in-law, John M. and Jane Burson of Monroe and brother and sister-in-law John H. and Jennifer Burson of Archibald.
Pallbearers were Coates Head, Walker Head, Darrell Vandeven, Donnie Vandeven, Chuck Tucker, John Day, Danny Knight, Todd Martin and Joe Cooper Rolfe. Honorary pallbearers were the many good friends he made and treasured over the years.
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