Saturday, August 15, 2015

The Colemans leave Douala

This past weekend, Elder and Sister Coleman bid farewell to Douala.  They've done a great job here.  They've taught a number of members how to play the piano.  They've helped seven young men and young women get out on missions--everything from passports and visas to vaccinations to clothes.  They've taken care of two apartments of elders and four branches.  We're going to miss them!!!  (And not just because we need to assume many of their duties since no couple has come to replace them yet!)

Sister Coleman taught piano in San Diego for years.  Wish our students had access to her skills! 

Elder Coleman joined in, too!  (Notice the creative piano table!)

This young man is going to take over the lessons in one branch.

They'll be sorely missed!

Here are the Douala elders in the Coleman's apartment for some goodies one last time.  (Two of our former missionaries, E. Tucker and E. Mpongo are there now.  It's fun to see them again!)

The Douala Zone.

The Colemans with two of their future missionaries and one of the stalwart couples in Douala, the Su family.

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