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Milan D. Coleman, computer technician

Milan D. Coleman, 51, a computer technician who retired from Micron Inc. in Manassas six years ago, died of cardiac arrest Jan. 28 at Inova Fair Oaks Hospital. He had diabetes.

His wife, Mary Coleman, confirmed the death.

Milan Douglas Coleman was born in Ashland, Ky. He moved to the Washington area in 1986 and was a resident of Centreville.

He had worked for Micron for about six years when he retired on disability six years ago. Earlier, he had worked for Telos Corp. in Ashburn.

He was active in parent-teacher organizations at his children’s schools, Westfield High School in Chantilly and Cub Run Elementary School in Centreville.

Survivors include his wife of 20 years, Mary Shaffer Coleman, and two daughters, Kira Coleman and Kendra Coleman, all of Centreville; three brothers; and three sisters.

— Bart Barnes

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