Carol Ann Coleman

Carol Ann Coleman

Carol Ann Coleman

Oct. 5, 1944 – April 14, 2020

Homer resident, Mrs. Carol Ann Coleman, 75, died Tuesday, April 14, 2020 at South Peninsula Hospital in Homer due to Mucinous Adenocarcinoma cancer.

No services will be held per Carol’s wishes.

Carol was born Oct. 5, 1944 in Thompson Falls, Montana. She moved to Alaska in the early 1980s and moved to Homer in 2000. She worked as a rural mail driver in Anchor Point and owned and operated Curves for Women in Homer. Carol loved gardening, raising bees, and she loved her cats and their antics so so much. She also received a Homer Certificate for Grandparents raising grandchildren.

The family wrote, “In life, we love you, in death, we love you still. In our hearts, you hold a place, no one else will ever fill.”

She was preceded in death by her parents, Elmer and Edna Scott; brother, Larry Scott, and grandparents, Charles and Irene Turnball.

She is survived by her daughter, Darcie Kindt of Homer; son, Shane Kindt of Homer; grandson, Liam Coleman of Homer and granddaughter, Mickenzie Maxwell of Wasilla; sisters, Sandra Mack of Weir, Texas, Sue Brown and Kris Stewart, both of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada; and brother, Jim Brown of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada.

Arrangements were made by Homer Funeral Home & Cremation Services. Please sign or visit her online guestbook at

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