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Coleman

Ornette . born 1930, US avant-garde jazz alto saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist
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Coleman served on the boards of the Recovery Centers of Arkansas and the Arkansas State Fair and was a past president of the Little Rock Executive Association.
But Coleman said Thursday he doesn't see a reason why he should apologize.
Fast forward 50 years and Coleman & Company still do many things by hand.
When Seiter approached the vehicle, however, Coleman was highly uncooperative, prompting Seiter to ask Coleman to step out of his automobile.
May) Coleman; five children, Stephen Coleman and his wife Doreen of Portland, Oregon, Patricia Nameishi and her husband Akira of Plainville, David Coleman and his wife Betty of Grafton, Jeanne Coleman of North Grafton and Timothy Coleman and his wife Sonya of Arlington; three brothers, Donald Coleman of Mount Pleasant, SC, Robert Leo Coleman and Raymond Coleman both of Worcester; nine grandchildren, Evan, Molly, Shauncey, Sawyer, Darcy and Elsie Coleman, Michael, Christopher and Alex Nameishi; nephews and nieces.
Coleman, whose outstanding mobility and arm strength drew comparisons to NFL quarterback Daunte Culpepper, threw for more than 1,000 yards and was involved in 23 touchdowns (18 passing, five rushing.
Along with the scholarship came an all-expenses paid trip to Miami, a week of master classes and judged performances, and finally, for Coleman, a nomination for a Presidential Scholarship in the Arts for 2006.
Coleman claimed he had made a deal on the morning of January 18, 1999, to buy an eightball of cocaine (about 3.
However, these employees said that Coleman did not steal herself, but demanded that she get a cut of the proceeds.
Canon Ed Coleman, who was convicted of soliciting for the purposes of prostitution last December, resigned as priest and rector of the parish of Hampton in the diocese of Fredericton on March 31.
In February 2003, Darren Coleman printed the first 5000 copies of Before I Let Go (NVision Publishing), and before the year was over, he had sold more than 30,000 copies.
The 59th Annual Coleman Chamber Ensemble Competition will take place April 30, 2005, at Caltech in Pasadena, California.

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