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Steven Anthony Coleman, Ph.D
October 16, 2023
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Steven Coleman, was born on June 2Sth, 1961, to the late Eugene Coleman and Mary Ann Guest Coleman, in Greensboro, North Carolina. A beloved father, son, brother, and friend passed away on October 16th, 2023, leaving behind a legacy of kindness, wisdom, and a passion for learning. He was born on June 25th, 1961, in Greensboro, North Carolina, where he would be raised, and attend James B. Dudley High School. Steven graduated from Virginia Tech in 1983, where he began to cultivate his connection to brotherhood as a member of Omega Psi Phi fraternity, a brotherhood that lasted a lifetime, then continued his academic pursuits at NC State. He would later attend N.C. A&T and received his masters in Mechanical Engineering in 2001.
Throughout his life, Steven was a beacon of wisdom and guidance to those who knew him. Steven had a very brilliant mind and never withheld sharing his knowledge with those around him. Whether he was engaging in stimulating conversations or mentoring young people, he was a true embodiment of impact and generosity. Steven's legacy extended beyond the classroom, as he was not only an accomplished scholar but also a devoted father. He leaves behind cherished memories and a lasting imprint on his son, who will forever hold his teachings and love close to his heart. His family, friends, and all who had the privilege of knowing him will remember his kindness, humor, and unwavering support.
In his spare time, Steven enjoyed the simple pleasures of life, from capturing moments in time on his infamous camera to sharing stories and laughter with friends and loved ones. He was a dedicated supporter of his son in both his academic and athletic endeavors, and he often found joy in attending his games, and supporting his teammates and friends while visiting him in college. Steven had a very brilliant mind and never withheld sharing his knowledge with those around him. He was someone whose personality could entertain a whole room. As an avid traveler his curiousity took him on numerous trips around the globe with not only himself but his son Hunter. Although his passing leaves a void in the lives of those who loved him, his memory will continue to shine brightly in their hearts. As we say goodbye to this remarkable man, let us remember the lessons he taught us about the power of knowledge, the importance of family, and how invaluable lifelong experiences can be.
Steven Coleman is survived by his only child Hunter Coleman, mother Mary Ann Coleman, sister Kathy Jefferson, his prized niece Kia Jefferson McCutchen, a loved nephew Vincent efferson and cherished great nieces Rente Tefferson and Kortni McCutchen and great nephew Kaidon McCutchen. Additionally there are a host of nieces nephews, cousins, relatives and wonderful friends.