Angela Brooke Coleman New, 34, went to be with our savior on March 2, 2020. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 15 at Heartland Funeral Home Chapel officiated by Brian Hall.

Angela was born on Jan. 22, 1986, in Brownwood. She attended high school in her hometown of Zephyr and was currently enrolled at Ranger College. Angela was blessed with four beautiful children who were her entire life. She worked fervently to give them the best life possible and went above and beyond to show them how much she loved them. She was an amazing mom, and her children loved her endlessly. She was a child of God and she loved her lord and savior whole-heartedly.

Angela loved hard, and was always there when you needed her, she always had a listening ear and gave you honest, positive advice. She would do anything for anyone and made sure everyone knew just how much they meant to her. She was a friend to all and never missed the opportunity to tell someone she loved them. Angela was happiest when watching her children participate in extracurricular activities, being an aunt, spending time with her other family and friends, and helping others. She had a laugh so contagious and a smile so radiant, it was hard not to adore her. Angela was the sunshine on a cloudy day, she made us happy when skies were grey.

Angela leaves behind her children, Asia, Mya, Landon, and Laityn; her mother, Mary Coleman; significant other, Ernest Willborn; her father, Mario Coleman; brothers, Joshua Coleman and wife Sierra and Justin Dyer; and sister, Jami Coleman. Angela was a beloved auntie to her many nieces and nephews, Matdon, Jac, Dimitri, Mason, Gage, Wyatt, Kimber and Embrie Brooke. Also missing her are many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Angela was met in Heaven by her beloved cousins, Matt Smith and Brandon Dillard, along with numerous other family members whom she loved dearly.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations be made to the following facebook donate account to assist with food, lodging and travel over the next few months aiding them in the care of the children involved:

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