Ronnie Lee Coulter was born in Lafayette, Tennessee on April 16, 1967 to the late Gene Morris Coulter, and Mary Frances Likens Coulter. He was one of eight children born to this union.
Besides his parents, one brother, Earl Coulter, and one nephew, Stevie Jones also preceded him in death.
He married the former Rachel Wolfe on May 23, 1998, sharing almost fifteen years together. Ronnie leaves two daughters, Olivia and Emily, and two sons, Jacob and Troy behind. He truly loved his family and Ronnie’s life revolved around them.
Ronnie was a sub-contractor traveling out on sites to repair mobile homes. He had to quit work in 2010, due to his health.
When he wasn’t working, Ronnie enjoyed sitting on the bank fishing with his family or watching sports on television. Ronnie was an avid Dallas Cowboy fan and loved Tennessee VOLS Football.
Ronnie attended Calvary Mission Pentecostal Church. He had a beautiful voice and traveled many miles with his wife, Rachel and brother, Donnie, singing God’s Praises.
On Sunday, March 10, 2013, the Lord called Ronnie to his new home, he is now singing with the Angels. He will be deeply missed by his family and all who knew and loved him, but our loss is Heaven’s gain.
Funeral services for Ronnie were conducted on Wednesday, March 13 at 2 p.m. from the Chapel of Alexander Funeral Home with Brother Danny Patrick, Brother Todd Bullington, and Brother Randy Sloan officiating. Ronnie Pedigo, Randy Pedigo, Russell Mills, Brad Gens, Stacy Jones, and Gary Keene served as Pallbearers. Interment followed in the Lafayette City Cemetery.
Ronnie is survived by; Loving Wife, Rachel Coulter of Lafayette, TN, Daughters, Olivia and Emily Coulter of Lafayette, TN, Sons, Jacob Coulter of Fountain Run, KY, Troy Coulter of Lafayette, TN, Brothers, Bill (Debbie) Jones Coulter of Hartsville, TN, Harold (LaDonna) Coulter of Willette, TN, Leroy (Frances) Coulter, Randall (Cricket) Coulter, Donnie (Joyce) Coulter all of Lafayette, TN, Sister, Patricia “Sissy” (Tony) Hopkins of Lafayette, TN, fourteen nieces and ten nephews, six great-nieces and eight great-nephews, three great-great-nieces, and two great-great-nephews also survive.