October 26, 1940 - November
Nadonna “Louise” Coleman, 82, of Parkville, Missouri passed away peacefully on November 2, 2022, in the comfort of her home.
Louise was born on October 26, 1940, to Donald Clark Coleman and Effie Evalina (Claudson) Coleman. She was a graduate of the Arnold High School Class of 1958. She enjoyed going back to Arnold, NE to attend alumni banquets and reminisce with old classmates, other friends and family.
She married one of her classmates, Duane Romans, in 1959. Louise and Duane went on to have four children: Kyle, Nadonna, Roxanne and Rachael. They lived in various places around Nebraska until 1969 when they moved from Lincoln to Kansas City, Missouri. After a divorce left her a single mother, she joined the workforce. She spent the majority of her career at Kansas City Life Insurance Company. She worked in Disbursements, Payroll, Actuarial Services and the Life Claims department. She retired from Kansas City Life at the end of 1999.
She spent her retirement years caring for several grandchildren, caring for her own mother, square and round dancing, serving in different official roles for dance clubs, cooking and entertaining friends. She later went back to work part-time for both Silkpaint and AseraCare.
Louise was predeceased by her parents, Donald Clark Coleman and Effie Evalina (Claudson) Coleman.
She is survived by her sister, Kaila Sieverling (Lynne); her four children, Kyle Romans of Parkville,
Missouri, Nadonna Logan (John) of Kansas City,
Missouri, Roxanne Wathen
(Dave) of Kansas City,
Missouri, and Rachael Romans of Parkville,
Missouri; seven grandchildren (Alisa Davis, Hilary Rice, CJ Davis, Mabrey Wathen, Sam Wathen, Levi Cordell and Marissa Logan), plus seven great-grandchildren.
Services will be held at Charter Funerals, 77 NE 72nd Street, Gladstone,
Missouri 64118 on Saturday, November 19th at 11:00
AM. Louise loved wearing lively colors so please wear colorful clothing to the service in her honor. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Planned Parenthood, the Arnold High School Alumni Foundation or the Parkinson’s Foundation.