Henry Coleman Scheuller, 76, passed away on September 28, 2022, in Kaysville, Utah.
Coleman was born May 11, 1946, in Salt Lake City, Utah to Henry Frank Scheuller and Phyllis Coleman Scheuller. He married Julie Timothy on December 18, 1969, in Salt Lake City.
Coleman was a lifelong member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served an LDS mission in the Netherlands. He also served in the United States Air Force (retired).
Coleman filled his life with great enthusiasm and hard work. He promoted education, loved sports, reading, friends and service. He kept busy with family and enjoyed many great adventures; hunting, running, hiking, waterskiing and always, ping pong. His love for life continues to be held within the hearts of those who love him.
He is survived by his wife Julie, children; Michael (Sarah), Sarah Iverson (Grant), Luke (Loretta), Samuel (Natalie) and Benjamin (Tasha); 14 grandchildren and sister, Pamela Clark (Jeff). He was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Erma Ann.
Graveside services were held on October 8, 2022. Interment was in the Kaysville Cemetery.
My best friend in the State of Maine...I will miss him...see you later Coleman
I worked with Coleman in Maine at the VA
We worked together for several years
I remember one of my fondest memories was on Good Friday where went to this seafood restaurant and we had their famous seafood chowder packed full of lobster and clams etc
And he said we are sacrificing it Good Friday
And we both laughed so hard
Julie, I was so sorry to hear of the passing of an old friend. Working on your house plans together was one of the more memorable experiences in my life. (You were tough to please, but you forced the outcome into a memorable home… one I often still drive by.)
I always meant to keep more in touch after that, but then the rest of life happened. Had I known Coleman loved ping pong, I would have come and played often. It is one of my passions too.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about “time” and how everything, including many I love, keep unavoidably slipping into the past. Now Coleman has slipped by us. I only hope Heavenly Father eases this moment for you and your family and helps you to fondly remember him in that past. Eternity exists to help put these moments into proper perspective.