On October 31, 2020 Julia Barbin Coleman of (Lucy) Edgard, LA peacefully entered into eternal rest at the age of 80, while living with her daughter Regina in Ford Heights, IL. She was under the care of her daughter and Elara Care Hospice. Born on August 1, 1940 to the union of the late Felix and Odelia Pye Mitchell, Julia was the youngest daughter, being the sixth of seven biological children and three foster children.\n\nJulia was a graduate of Second Ward High School class of 1959 where she enjoyed playing basketball and dancing. She worked in retail for many years and became disabled due to a work-related injury.\n\nIn her union of marriage to the late retired Army SFC MacArthur Coleman, she had two sets of twins, two years apart Carlotta Coleman Andrews of Pensacola, FL/Lucy,LA, Carla Coleman Gros Simoneaud (Jason) of Port Allen, LA, Reginald Coleman of Houston, TX, and Regina Coleman Jackson of Ford Heights, IL. During their marriage they traveled overseas to places including Germany, France and all across the U.S. She enjoyed sharing stories of her encounters.\n\nJulia was a loving daughter. She cared for her mother in her final time after moving back to Lucy. She was a very supportive mother to four, grandmother to five, and great-grandmother to seven. She was known by two as GGMomma.\n\nJulia mostly enjoyed spending time with her great-grandchildren, as they enjoyed eating frozen grapes together. In addition, she liked sewing, ceramic arts, working in the yard, cooking, baking and bingo.\n\nShe is also preceded in death by three brothers and two sisters Sterling Mitchell, Rose Marie Burke, Eva Bailey, Tony Mitchell, and Benny Mitchell.\n\nShe leaves to cherish her memories her children; Carlotta, Carla (Jason), Reginald, Regina, grandchildren; Joshua, Breanna, Hailey, Elyse, Steve Jr., great grandchildren; Lauren, Travon, King, Joshua Jr., Jay'Son, Journee, Legacy Elyse, a sister Lois and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, neighbors, and friends.\n\nThe family would like to give special thanks to all of those who assisted in her care; her nurse Ms. Leslie Wilcox of Ford Heights, IL, Bishop Gregory St. James Dillard and Lady Robin Dillard of Matteson, IL, the Pentecostal church of Christ Cathedral for their endless support during this time, Nick Drinka, RN Hospice Case Manager of Elara Caring (Hospice), and McCullough Funeral & Cremation Services of Ford Heights, IL.\n\nA mass of Christian burial in honor of her life will be held on Monday, November 9, 2020 at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church 2349 LA-18, Edgard, LA 70049 at 10am. Rosary will begin at 9:30am. Interment at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church Cemetery. Final care entrusted to Treasures of Life Funeral Services, 315 E. Airline Hwy Gramercy, La. 70052.\n\n"When someone you love becomes a memory, that memory becomes a TREASURE!"\n\nMasks are required!!