David "Dave" Thomas Coffman | Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

David “Dave” Thomas Coffman

July 22, 1956 - January 7, 2020

David “Dave” Thomas Coffman, age 63 of Minneapolis. Dave was born on July 22, 1956 to Robert & Gerd Coffman in Minneapolis. He passed away on January 7, 2020. Dave was an outdoorsman and enjoyed the occasional game of pool, but above all he loved his girls. Survived by wife, Debbie; daughters, Nicki (Bob) Schultz & Kayla Coffman; granddaughter, Ensley Schultz; siblings, Paula, Mark, Joe, and Ted Coffman; and special canine friend, Miko. Preceded in death by parents; and brother, Bart Coffman. Memorial service will be held on January 25 at 11:30 AM at Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel, 6527 Portland Ave. S, Richfield. Visitation half an hour prior. Celebration of life to follow at Frenchman's Pub in Richfield.


  1. Dave enjoyed a good laugh and liked playing softball with his buddies. He will be missed by many. dance with the Angels Dave.

  2. Jill 'Jensen' Acheson says:

    Dave was a friend in junior high. Great guy! Sincere sympathies to his family.

  3. Bruce Paulson says:

    Known Dave for many years running with the same tight circle of friends, and I enjoyed bantering back and forth with him over those years. He was a great guy, although bic lighters were never safe when Dave was around. LOL. Kidding aside, Dave will truly be missed and my heart goes out to all of his family and friends. Rest In Peace Dave…

  4. Connie Remley says:

    Dave will be missed, he was a great man. He was wonderful with my son and my grandbaby he always had time to take my child and his children under his wing. I always had a good time with him. I really loved him. You walk with god he has a great life for you It will be your new home. Connie will miss you

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