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In Memory of
Carlitha Yvette McClain (Coleman)
1967 - 2018
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Carlitha Yvette (Coleman) McClain (lovingly known as "Winnie"), 50 yrs. old, transitioned from this life into eternal life on Monday April 9, 2018 at Darlington Nursing Home. Carlitha was the 5th child of seven siblings, born on Aug. 1, 1967 to the union of Gaylor Coleman and Lillie B. Coleman in Racine, Wisconsin. Carlitha accepted Christ as her personal savior at an early age and was baptized at Faith Way Church of God in Christ under Elder Wilbur Harris. Carlitha received her education in Racine, WI and worked in the health care field as a STNA for 20yrs. until she became ill. She enjoyed playing Bingo and cards, but most of all she enjoyed being around her grandchildren.
Carlitha was preceded in death by her parents, Gaylor Coleman, Lillie B. (Wilson) Coleman; grandparents, Elnora (Easley) Jones, Willie Walker, Idella (Hunter) Wilson; grand kids, Maurice Coleman, Kanashia Smith, Andrea Hill and Rashawn Henson Jr.
Carlitha leaves to cherish her memories four daughters, Quintesa (Jamaine) Hill, Shanna Coleman, Shatila Coleman, and Taqueela (Corey) Marshall; siblings, Bobby Wilson, Teresa Coleman, Gaylor Coleman Jr of Wisconsin, Sabrina (Johnathan) Moten, Della (James) Coleman, Lenora Coleman; special friends, Felicia Parker and Joe Edwards Jr.; 15 grand-kids; and a host of nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.
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