“Bradley Coleman was a leader guiding people in the right direction…He was funny, energetic and just motivational. Anything you wanted to do, he’d believe in you and push you to get there. He wouldn’t just let you say you want to be this. He’d make you that person.”
Our hearts are are breaking for the family, friends and loved ones of Bradley Coleman, an NHS alum and single-father who was tragically murdered trying to stop his car from being stolen while putting air into his tires at the QuikTrip on Peachtree Parkway on Sunday.
Father, Athlete, Entrepreneur, Friend & Football Coach. A Peachtree Corners native, Coleman graduated from Norcross High School in 2011 and went on to become a division 1 athlete where he attended college at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and lettered 4 years in football. Coleman also served as a high school football coach at Peachtree Ridge HS.
Coleman, 29, leaves behind a 5-year old daughter who needs our help. A Go Fund Me has been set up; please donate if you can. All proceeds go directly to his daughter. (Link in bio). Reshare. Repost. Spread the word.
Bradley’s killers remain at large. Gwinnett County Police ask anyone with information about the three people involved in Coleman’s attack to call them at 770-513-5300. #justiceforbradleycoleman