Warren Guy Coachman, 57, left this world, stepped out into glory, and was made whole, on July 9, 2021, in Oklahoma City. Warren was born July 20, 1963 in Fort Walton Beach, Florida to Willa and Guy Coachman. Warren was the third of five children.
Warren is preceded in death by his Father, Guy Coachman; brothers, Aaron Coachman and Mark Coachman; paternal grandparents, Albert and Abbey Coachman; and his maternal grandparents, Willie and Betsy Herrod.
He is survived by his Mother, Willa Coachman, of Oklahoma City; three children: Cody Coachman, of Joplin, Missouri, Caitlin Coachman, of Wetumka, OK, Simmer Coachman, of Stillwater, OK; sister, Sharon Pilgrim and husband Rick , of Oklahoma City; brother, Alan Washington and wife Maryann, of Seminole, Oklahoma; three nieces, Cypress and Neah Coachman of St Louis, and Stacy Phillips of Oklahoma City; one nephew, Steve Phillips and wife Cyleena of Piedmont, OK; and one great nephew, Cooper Wayne Phillips and one great niece, Ciera Nicole Phillips.
Warren attended school at Prairie Queen and Jefferson Middle School in Oklahoma City. He also attended Moore Public Schools. Warren was talented with his hands and attended Platt College in OKC where he received his Plumber’s Certification. Warren worked as a Plumber’s Apprentice for several years.
Warren moved to St Louis, MO in 2002 where he worked construction with his two brothers, Aaron and Alan, along with their cousin, Jarrod Goombi. He was fiercely proud of the fact that they were a one of a kind all native construction crew. Warren was also a proud member of the Muscogee Creek Nation.
In 2010, Warren moved back to Oklahoma and became an active member of the Indian Community Church when he was baptized into the fellowship based upon his profession of faith on December 13, 2010. Warren thoroughly enjoyed singing in the choir with Mona Condulle-Hill and Randy Parnacher and learning from his Pastor, Brother Eddie.
Warren moved to Erie, Pennsylvania in May of 2018, where he stayed with his friends, Kelly and John Pursell. He enjoyed sight-seeing, going to the beach, swimming and fishing in Lake Erie.
Warren moved back to Oklahoma in April of 2021 and made his home in Seminole.
Warren loved spending time with his children whenever he could. He had a love for the outdoors, bow-hunting, fishing and sightseeing. If you knew Warren personally, you knew his love for music crossed several genres. He loved Southern gospel, classic rock, country & western, Creek hymns, powwow music and native flute music. Warren was also a fan of all things OU!
He was known as a kind and generous person. If you needed help and asked Warren, you could count on him to come through. Warren was loyal to his family and the friends he made were lifelong friends. Visitation was held on Sunday, July
Visitation was held on Sunday, July 11, 2021 from 1:00i – 8:00 p.m. and a prayer service was held Monday, July 12 from 7:00 to 8:p.m.
Services were under the direction of Williamson-Spradlin Funeral Home of Wetumka, OK.