Louis Thomas Coleman age 60, died unexpectedly on Sunday February 20th, 2022 from natural causes. His loss was completely unexpected and the family is in shock and deeply saddened.
Louie was born on August 20, 1961 to Richard Coleman and Bernice Lucero in Denver CO. Louie attended his primary education years in Sacramento California and was a good student. After graduating Luther Burbank high school, Louie moved back to Denver where he lived out the rest of his life.
Louie was wonderfully talented, not only in cooking, but also with design and decorating. He wanted to attend design school, but unfortunately was never able to fulfill that dream.
Louie worked at Amoco for some years until he and his close friend opened an antique shop called The Cluttered Closet. While running The Cluttered Closet he also started working as a personal chef. He had an immense passion for cooking and was always a source of positivity. His two-sided business cards read "Lost in the clutter, Found in the kitchen".
Recently Louie started a home-delivery catering business. He designed menues, prepared and delivered delicious home cooked meals to many families. He worked hard during the Covid pandemic and was an essential worker feeding many that were unable to leave their homes. He was truly an amazing cook.
Anyone who knew Louie knew that he was kind, loving, caring, warm, generous, and very sharing. Louie entertained and hosted many gatherings, always bringing friends and family together for memorable times. Louie's family and friends will miss him more than words can say.
Louie is preceded in death by his father Richard. He is survived by his mother Bernice Lucero, siblings Richard, Diane, Joseph, and Victoria.
Being the compassionate person he was, Louie would want everyone to be kind to one another, brighten someone's day whenever you can. The world needs so much love and healing right now. Please smile and share a laugh, Louie would want that.