Irish Pub owner Peter Coleman dies at 84: Peter Coleman has whose death was confirmed by a spokesperson for the family to News Channel 9 was a notable Irish pub business owner and in his community Tipperary Hill.
About Peter Coleman
Coleman died on Wednesday at the age of 84. Details of his funeral arrangements have been made public and preparation is in full swing. The Irish pub owner (Coleman) joined the family business in 1955 at age 18, he then ran the business with gusto and passion till he transferred the responsibility of running the business to his son in 2002. Even after handing over, Coleman remained active and led festivities especially on Green Beer Sunday (a pre-St. Patrick Day tradition in his native Tipperary Hill). Coleman’s relatives were led by his example and they also opened a Dubliner pub in Washington which was visited by former US president, Barack Obama while he was in office. He was popularly known for his famous “Green Beer”.
Obituary and Funeral arrangements
The Tipperary Hill community have decided to honour him for his contribution to the community at large. According to a Coleman’s Pub Facebook post:
“we will bid Peter farewell, We would love to have the route (North Lowell and Tompkins streets) lined with people on sidewalks to pay their final respects to Peter… Listen for the bag pipes. You have done more to help us with this loss than you will ever know.” The funeral Mass is set to commence by 11 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 30th, 2021 at St. Patrick’s-St. Brigid’s Church, 216 N. Lowell Ave.
After his funeral Mass at St. Patrick’s Church on Tipperary Hill on Monday, A hearse will proceed up North Lowell Avenue past Coleman’s Authentic Irish Pub a block away at the corner with Tompkins Street.