Marian Colson

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Marian A Colson age 93. Sunrise May 22,1924 and Sunset June 11, 2017.

A member of St Philip’s Episcopal Church and cosmetologist and owner of Queen’s Beauty Salon in the King-Lincoln District.

Preceded in death by her husband, Henry Colson; son Gary Colson, step-daughter, Carolyn Roddy; father Edgar Warfield Sr.; mother Ardelia Crutcher; brother, Edgar Warfield Jr.; sisters, Sarah Caldwell and Edith Williams.

Left to cherish her memories her daughter-in-law, Jackie Johnson-Colson; great nephew who she raised, Kareem Warfield Caldwell (Ceecy Caldwell); great great niece, Keyera Caldwell; great great nephews, Duece Caldwell and Kenzel Caldwell; special nieces, Karen and Kim Caldwell, Jan Warfield-Nelms; nephew, Keith Caldwell (Vanessa McArthur-Caldwell); special great niece, Kaija Caldwell; cousin, Chestine Allen; special daughter, Bernita Dawson; caregivers, A’sya Carethers and Michele Johnson and a host of relatives and friends. Special thanks to Heartland Hospice for their wonderful care of our loved one.

Visitation 11:00 a.m.Memorial service 12:00 Noon Friday June 23, 2017 at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, 166 Woodland Ave. Columbus, Ohio.

Private burial at Greenlawn Cemetery at a later date.

Condolence Messages

  1. My condolences to the family and friends of Mrs. Colson. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing her since I was 13 years old —over 50 years ago and she was a beautiful and special lady. Jackie over the years you and Mrs. Colson had a special bond. I will lift you in prayer during this difficult period. I also appreciate the compassion and professionalism that she received from her court-appointed guardian, Attorney Susan Wasserman. She was compassionate about Mrs. Colson’s care and Mrs. Colson often told me how much she liked and appreciated her and her staff. Mrs. Colson will be missed by a lot of people inside and outside of her family. She is at peace in the arms of the Lord. God Bless you all.

  2. Miss Kimberly D. Reeder

    My prayers are with Mrs. Colson’s family. I have known Mrs. Colson since I was a little girl. I went to Queens Beauty Salon when it was on Long St. Mrs. Colson was a WONDERFUL and special lady whom I adored. She lived a great life and will truly be missed. I am praying for you all.

  3. My condolences to the family. I knew her when I used to get my hair done at Queens and she was always so lovely and sweet to me. I am so blessed to have known such a wonderful person. Rest in Peace Mrs. Colson.

  4. Thank you Ms Colsen for all the years I have had the pleasure of knowing “over 45 yrs when I started coming to the shop” Queens Beauty Salon” with my mom to see Mr. Mike RIP too.
    God Bless, RIParadise, Never Forgotten.

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