Sweet Cliff… I first met him, way back in his cabbie days. He was easily one of the sweetest people i have ever known. He, and his huge heart & smile, will be so missed…
To Katrina, Cliff, Jennifer, Jason and family;
I am so sorry to learn of Cliff’s passing. He was such a gentle, kind man. My daughter spent many hours with the Coultas family, loving each one as her own family. May you all find peace in this difficult time knowing Cliff has left his imprint on our hearts’ forever. Phyllis & Pammy Jo
I am sorry to hear of Cliff’s passing but imagine he is raising heck in heaven! I am blessed to have met him. He always greeted me with a mischievious grin (those eyes twinkling!) when I visited my own brother prior to pandemic days). My sympathy to his family and friends.
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I will never forget our silly talks and staying up late drinking cokes and watching Sons Of Anarchy with my “biker man papaw”!. I loved Cliff!!
I have not seen Cliff since before the pandemic, but I remember Cliff’s wonderful smiles and mischievous grins and how he was always ready for a chat (when I visited my own brother). My sympathy to his family and friends.
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Clifford S. Coultas, 69, rode his motorcycle to Heaven on April 22, 2022. He was born on June 4, 1952, to Warren and Bonnie Sue Coultas in Biloxi, Mississippi at Keesler Air Force Base.
Clifford loved his family so much. He was a biker and loved to ride his Harley Davidson. He said, “any day is a good day when you are on two wheels.”
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