Adrian webster Coleman was welcomed into the world on April 10,1941 in Washington, DC to the late Howard Thomas Coleman and Ruby Ione McCormick Coleman. He was the fourth of five sons. Adrian was raised on east middle lane and Elizabeth avenue, both located in the city of Rockville, MD. There he would relish in the love and care of his family and enjoy many memorable experiences with his friends. Webster received his education through Montgomery County public schools. While attending Wheaton High school he became a standout defensive end. He graduated in 1960. He was first employed with the united postal service in 1967 until he became an Animal Lab Technician for the National institute of Health in 1968. He was also employed with Montgomery County Public schools part-time; he retired from both positions in 2005. He married Rae “Ductchess” Summerour and had two beautiful children, Whitney Patrice and Adrian Webster Jr. in 2004 his “Boo” was born, Granddaughter Baile Beck together they shared countless adventures, endless conversations and many trips to Panda Express. Adrian accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior under the leadership of Reverend Dr. Phillip W. Davis Sr. at the interdenominational church of God. At ICOG he was known for his dependability. He was the go-to man for help around the church pf which he loved dearly. He served as the president for the 10 unlimited social club for many years. He was inducted into the Lincoln Park Hall of fame for his football accomplishments while in high school. He was a bother of the W.B Evans Elks Lodge #380 in Fairmount Heights, MD, where he served as the trustee and financial secretary. Webster loved sports, his favorite football team was the Dallas Cowboys, he loved “dem boys”. He played with several recreational teams throughout the years. He played on the Leland Fisher Baseball team. He also played on several softball teams namely, the cougars in Kensington, The A.J trucking and the cracker jack pack in Rockville, MD. Young people were his passion and he was a mentor to many youth. Hope childcare center was dear to his heart he stayed as close to them as possible, helping out whenever he needed. He was always helpful, if Webster Coleman told you that he was going to do something, he did just that. Webster loved people; you may have been a stranger when you met him, but you left a friend you always knew when he entered a room because he made sure you noticed him. On Sunday morning December 29, 2019, Adrian was welcomed into the arms of the lord. Holding dear to his memory is the love of his life, wife Rae Romaine, his children Whitney Patrice, Adrian Webster Jr. and adopted daughter Traci Wilson; one granddaughter Baile Patrice who called him “poppy”; his two brothers Howard junior and Lawrence; three sisters-in-law, Sharon Frazier, Saundra Jackson and Carolyn Gordon; Nieces, Monique Coleman, Stephanie Frazier, Kimberly Boomer, Erica Tabert, and Jocelyn Summerour; Nephews Tony Coleman, Anthony Frazier, Keith Gordon, William “AG” Gordon, Howard “earnell” Coleman Jr., Byron Dixon, his Godchildren, Monique Briscoe, Sydney Thomas-Moten, Taylor Ann brooks, Alfred “little smitty” Smith, Donald Frazier jr., His special cousin Shirley Plummer, Spiritual father Dr. Phillip W. Davis Sr, devoted best friends, Charles Christian, John Jones, Elwood McDuffie, Buddy Johnson, Michael Johnson, William Gordon and Donald Davis; and his special sisters Barbara Dixon, Theda Duvall, Connie Briscoe, and Madelyn Godfrey and a host of other relative and friends.
To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Adrian Webster Coleman, please visit our floral store.