David Coleman

Cairo High School names David Coleman head football coach

CAIRO, Ga. (WTXL) — Grady County Schools announced that David Coleman will be the next head football coach at Cairo High School. He will take over the program when the team begins summer workouts Tuesday. According to the Grady County School System, Coleman is a 2006 graduate of Cairo...
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Daily Standard

David Coleman

David Lynn Coleman, age 74 of Celina, Ohio passed away on Sunday, Aug. 29, 2021 at his residence in Celina. He was born on Sept. 15, 1946 in East Liverpool, Ohio to the late George and Betty Jane (Winters) Coleman. On April 14, 1973, he married Esther M. Schmidt, who survives living in Celina.

Argyle Welcomes Mortgage Industry Luminaries to Advisory Board: FinLocker CEO and Former Fannie Mae Executive Henry Cason and Former KPMG Mortgage and Fannie Mae Executive David Coleman

Argyle, the leading employment data platform that provides companies access to user-permissioned employment records in real time, today announced new appointments to its Mortgage Advisory Board, comprised of influential industry executives and Argyle customers. The new Advisory Board members will be critical in supporting and advancing Argyle’s mission to expand access to financial services for all workers while streamlining processes and minimizing risk for lenders. The talents and experience of these Mortgage Advisors will be valuable as Argyle continues to expand its footprint with leading mortgage lenders.
Mobridge Tribune

David Coleman was man of adventure

David Patrick Coleman died June 10, 2021, 10 days before celebrating his 69th birthday, at his home in Fairbanks, Alaska, following several years of declining health. He was born on June 20, 1952, at Williams Air Force Base (now known as Phoenix-Mesa Regional Airport), the first child of H.G. “Hal” Coleman and Betty Nesbitt Lovering. He lived for a year in Eugene, Oregon, before moving with his parents to South Dakota, where he attended Mobridge K-12 schools, graduating with the Class of 1970. He studied mining engineering and business as South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in Rapid City and Northern State University in Aberdeen. He also completed a factory course in motorcycle and snowmobile mechanics before opening a sales and repair shop in Aberdeen. After a year with scant precipitation, he decided his options would be better at a location with more dependable snowfall and took a job with a snow machine company in Fairbanks in 1975. He closed out his working years in the towing business, opening Alaska Highway Services, which specialized in retrieval of motor homes and other large vehicles from remote locations.