In Loving memory of Wilma Jean Coleman-Cooper
04/10/1958 – 10/30/2016
Perhaps you sent a lovely card,
Or sat quietly in a chair.
Perhaps you sent a funeral spray,
If so we saw it there.
Perhaps you spoke the kindest words,
As any friend could say.
Perhaps you were not there at all,
Just thought of us that day.
Whatever you did to console our hearts,
We thank you so much whatever the part.
The Huntley Family
Special thank you to the Whitfield family for your
thoughtfulness and support during this time of need.
Louis Brame Adam Troy
Kelvin Dickens Eric Troy
Mark Jordan Leon Troy Jr.
Damon Smith Adrian Whitfield
Allen Huntley II Kevin Sharp
Vincent Huntley Andre Smith
Duane Jordan Wendell Smith
Immediately following the interment, the family will
receive friends at the church.
JORDAN FUNERAL SERVICE, INC.
“Service with a Personal Touch”
David G. Jordan
Day: (202) 408‐5371 Eve: (301) 559‐4342
Fax: (301) 559‐8148
November 1, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.
6TH AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH
6th Ave N.
REV. DR. WALLACE CHARLES SMITH
Wilma Jean Coleman-Cooper was born on April 10, 1958, at
Riverside Hospital in Toledo, Ohio . She was the second
child born to Betty and Claude Coleman. Claudia accepted
Christ at an early age and was a member of Pleasant Baptist
Church after moving to Birmingham, AL. in 1960. She
attended Gordon Junior High and Western Senior High
School where she graduated in 1971. She continued her
studies at Strayer Business College as she began working for
the federal government the same year.
In 1973, she married the late Aaron Cooper, which ended in
divorce several years later. No children were born from that
union. Claudia later had the most precious gift, Tamiesha.
In June, Claudia Huntley retired from the Environmental
Protection Agency after 37 years of service. During that time
she received many awards and certificates for her
outstanding service. Claudia reinstated her membership at
First Baptist Church of Highland Park in Landover,
Maryland. She was a devoted mother, daughter, sister, and
aunt. She enjoyed spending time with her family, traveling,
bowling, shopping, the sound of the slot machines, and
loved her Washington Redskins Claudia was called to eternal
rest on October 30, 2016. She will be missed by all who
knew her. Claudia leaves to cherish her memory a loving
daughter, Tamiesha; mother, Betty; father, Claude; sister,
Jackie (Wendell); brothers, Vincent (Delores) and Allen
(Tiffany); many nieces and nephews; three godchildren,
Andre, Allen, and Kaleb; and a host of beloved relatives and
Order of Service
Musical Selection: “Jesus is Love”
Effie Footman, Soloist
Rev. Dr. Henry P. Davis III First Baptist Church of Highland Park Landover, Maryland
Scriptures John 14:1-6
Prayer of Comfort Rev. Keith Troy New Baptist Church; Columbus, Ohio
Expressions of Love Two minutes, please
Obituary Read Silently
Eulogy Rev. Dr. Wallace Charles Smith, Senior Minister
6th Ave. N, Birminham, AL.
Resurrection Cemetery Birmingham, AL.
From you I began, the start of all that I am.
With you I took my first steps,
to you I expressed my first desires.
Because of you I know right from wrong
and why they are so. You showed me how to
laugh and explained why we cry.
All of this with love unconditional.
And when it came time for me
to spread my wings, you let me go
with tears of happiness and fear,
but with words of love.
For this I will always be thankful,
for it is because of you
that I have become who I am,
and from you I began.
Author unknown Sisters
A sister is a precious treasure,
her love and kindness know no measure.
She laughs your joys and weeps your tears,
the bond grows stronger through the years.
She knows your ups, she knows your downs.
She knows your smiles, she knows your frowns.
Your secret she holds just like a treasure,
she builds your confidence with pleasure.
No matter how low, she helps you rise,
no matter how sad, she makes you smile
No matter how deep, she shares your pain,
Remember its just a sister thing.
Though your smile is gone
forever, and your hand
I cannot touch, I still have
many memories of the one I
love so much.
Your memory is my keepsake with which I will never
part. God has you in his keeping. I have you in my
Sadly missed but never forgotten.