A proclamation from the city of Longview proclaiming June 27 as Sue Coleman Day in Longview honored a resident at Arabella Longview Independent Living. Coleman recently received her five-year pin for her volunteer work at Christus Good Shepherd Medical Center and also has persevered after being diagnosed with cancer. Through all her trials and tribulations, Coleman continued her volunteer work with a smile on her face and remained active at Arabella, according to Arabella officials. Coleman is the mother of Babette Tomberlain and mother-in-law to Chuck Tomberlain.
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