Isaac Coleman, Sr., 69 of Piscataway, New Jersey, formerly of Cambridge passed suddenly at his residence Saturday, December 7, 2019. Beezac, as he was known to his friends was born to the late Wallace and Paulene Borkins Coleman November 22, 1950 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Isaac settled in Cambridge at a young age after the death of his parents. He graduated from Maces Lane High School in 1968. Following high school, he enlisted in the United States Army for two years. He worked for National Cans before leaving the area. After settling in New Jersey, he worked for Lucent Technology, also known as AT&T, for over 25 years.
Isaac leaves to cherish fond memories with his wife of over 48 years, Judy Brisco Coleman; a son, Isaac Jr (Natasha) of Ewing, New Jersey; 3 grandchildren: Tiana Coleman of Mississippi, Sydney and Avery Coleman of Ewing; 1 great grandchild, Jordan Coleman of Mississippi; 3 brothers: Wallace, Robert, and John Coleman; 3 sisters: Susan Ford (Calvin) of California, Rosa Coleman and Gladys Hale of Baltimore; his mother-in-law, Clara Brisco of Cambridge; 4 brothers-in-law: Francis Jr of California, Randolph of Hanover, Rodney Hall and Bishop Carlston Brisco (Delphine) all of Cambridge; 3 sisters-in-law: Cindora Brisco of Baltimore, Gloria and Francine Brisco both of Cambridge; an aunt, Mamie Stokes of California, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by 3 sisters: Rosalee Fowler, Delores Henderson, and Janice Coleman; 2 brothers: Lewis and Hayden Coleman, one brother-in-law, Alan Brisco, and his father-in-law, Francis Brisco, Sr..