Condolence: We enjoyed knowing Don through the years, and watching Nate, Rob, and John David grow up. Don was one of the finest gentlemen of Nashville. We are so sorry for your loss. He has left quite an imprint on many lives. Praying for your peace. Love, Karan and Randy Hughes
Condolence: Sorry about the loss of Don. Don always had a kind word to say when we ran into each other. He always asked about Mom and Dad which always meant alot. Our prayers are with the whole family.
Condolence: BG...so sorry for your loss. Bruce thought the world of Mr. Coulter. We always knew our first Christmas card would be from the two of you AND the dogs! Rob....I heard lots of nice stories with your name in them from Bruce. He thought the world of you too. Again, sorry for everyone in this time of loss.
Condolence: I am so sad to hear of Mr. Coulter's passing. He was such a kind and compassionate friend to my dad, John Lyons, visiting him often during his illness. I enjoyed his visits as much as dad did! Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
Condolence: My sincere condolences to Don's family and friends. Don was a life long friend, as our fathers were best friends. We played together as children and shared the same circle of friends throughout our school years. I was his Assistant Editor on that 1951 yearbook! Nashville has lost one of its most outstanding citizens and will be missed by all.