Belinda Demetria Coleman, 43, of Evansville, Indiana, passed away on Monday, January 4, 2021 at St. Vincent Hospital in Evansville. She was born in Jackson, Mississippi on May 3, 1977 to John McKay and Mabel Cole.
Belinda loved her family dearly and would have done anything for them. She was a graduate from Harrison High School in Evansville.
She is survived by her children, Daiveon McKay, Jayvon Coleman and Kenai’Jah Kelley; mother, Mabel Cole; father, John McKay; stepmother, Diane McKay; brothers, Frank Williams, Jr. and Maurice Williams; significant other, Thomas Ballard and his children, Na’Asia, Khe’Mya and Scotland.
She is preceded in death by her sister, Mary Mimms.
A private celebration of life will be held at a later date in honor of Belinda.
Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die.
Simple Cremation Evansville is entrusted with care.
York Family says
Belinda was so sweet and very kind when I met her. I only wish I had got to know her more. Praying for the family. We will be greatly missed.
Jason McBride says
So sorry for your loss guys she was a very sweet lady . 🙏🙏
Loss of words she was a good friend a good mother I always call her to check on her and see how she’s doing love you Belinda see you again rest in peace
Robert Clark and family says
I am sure gonna miss you girl. I know now that you ate painless and carefree with the lord. Tell my Moma hi and i miss her…We love you all and are praying for everyone..love Robert, Rhonda ,and Jordan…
Robert Clark.and family says
We gonna miss you
Praying for.Tomas and all the kids.and fam. We love you all…
Micheal Setser says
My heart and thoughts are with you and your family dear friend.
Ruth Kelley-Clark says
Words can not express the pain that you can feel for losing of a loved one. Belinda was such a kind, caring and generous woman, who was beautiful from the inside out. She called me “momma” from the very first day I her. Her hospitality was so southern and genuine that when I would come see her and the grandkids, (yes I claimed all of them), she made sure I had something to eat and if I was going to stay, she would fix up one of the bedrooms for me time rest. On our very last conversation on this pass Christmas, she still had those same charactistics and talking about how good God is, was always part of it. I will always cherish the memories and hold them close to my heart. My prayers and condolences to Mable, Daiveon, Jayvon, my grand-daughter Kenai’Jah and the entire family.
Steven Hoskin says
I’m sorry that I didn’t have a chance to meet or know her, but I offer my prayers to the family during this time.