April 1, 1948 ~ August 19, 2021

Born in: Glasgow, Kentucky
Resided in: Glasgow, Kentucky

Dennis Coulter, of Glasgow, went to be with his Lord Thursday, August 19, 2021. Dennis was born in Barren County on April 1, 1948. He was preceded in death by his parents, Virgil and Mary Coulter; three sisters, Lera Norman, Geneva Bridges, Brenda Melton; and two brothers, Jessie and Rondal Coulter.
He is survived by one daughter, Johana Coulter; his loving wife, Anna; one brother, Paul Coulter (Paulette); one sister, Mary Key; and several nieces and nephews.
Dennis served in the U.S. Army for two years. He was a member of Coral Hill Church of Christ and a member of the East Barren Fire Department. Mr. Coulter had several jobs throughout his life, but his career was truck driving for several years.
The funeral service for Mr. Coulter will be held 2:00 PM Sunday, August 22nd at A. F. Crow & Son Funeral Home with burial in the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday from 2:00 PM until 8:00 PM and on Sunday morning until time for the service at the funeral home. Military Honors provided by DAV Chapter 20 of Glasgow.
A. F. Crow & Son is both honored and privileged to be entrusted in the care of Mr. Coulter. Please share your condolences with the family at

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  1. You will never know to what magnitude your positive influence had in our life. Your selfless service to God, Family and our Country continues to live in all of us. You will be missed. God Speed SGT Dennis Coulter.

  2. You will live in our hearts and memories forever! To say that you will be missed is an understatement! Miss you already! You were a great blessing to us all! It was an honor and a pleasure to have to have known you! Rest in Peace, my Brother!

  3. My brother left us to be with the Lord .There will never be another Dennis. We’ve had so many good times Playing cards , to the mountains ,just visiting with each other. We love you and you will be so missed ❤. Hearing about all your truck stories
    RIP dear brother. Love you so much.

  4. Paul, I am so sorry for your loss of Dennis. Prayers for the family for healing and comfort .

  5. Anna and Johanna, we are so sorry about the death of Dennis. He was truly one of kind with the biggest heart for people. He will be greatly missed. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. Betty, Jan and Amanda

  6. Anna Katherine so sorry for your loss may god bless and keep you Johanna and family in his arms Mary wagoner

  7. My Den Den was one of the strongest men I ever met. I can’t begin to count the times I cried myself to sleep worrying he wouldn’t make it home from Vanderbilt or the VA. Lo and behold, the fighter in him just wasn’t quite ready to leave us, and he would miraculously fight his way back!! The pain and suffering he has endured in his life is more than anyone should ever have to bear. But I never heard him blame God or act as if he had been dealt a bad hand. He just kept on keeping on. Shocking his doctors and beating the odds. I can’t imagine the sadness his many nurses, NP’s, specialists and Doctors are going to feel when they are informed of his passing. He left every single one of them with a story to tell and a good little laugh. I know they all grew to love him dearly over his years as their patient. He touched us all in his own way! And living on this earth without him is going to take a lot of getting used to! Saying he was special doesn’t even begin to describe the impression he left on me from a very young age! I can say with 100% certainty that he had a hand in molding me into the person I am today!! You see, he loved all his nieces and nephews just like a father loved his own children, and I know he was often left hanging on our every word. But what I hope he knew more than anything, as Jesus welcomed him in with open arms and rewarded him for his earthly service, is that I was just as in love with being his niece! I love you Den Den! -TT

    • Prayers for anna Katharine and Coulter family. May God’s blessing surround you all, during this time. Anna Katharine we all love you and family.

  8. I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of Dennis. He was a great friend & we enjoyed playing basketball together. We always said Austin-Tracy would “go to the state in ‘68”. But that just wasn’t to be. I’ll miss you Dennis.

  9. Anna & JoHana, so sorry for your loss. Anna, so glad you invited us gals out to your house recently and we all got to spend time together. Glad Dennis & JoHana got to spend some time with us, too. Anna, why don’t you and I go out to lunch later when things settle down? I can’t imagine what you are going through now but you and your family are in my prayers.
    Dennis was a strong man.

  10. Anna, you and your family are in my prayers. I’m so glad you invited us gals out to your home recently and both Dennis & JoHanna showed up to spend some time with us.
    Let’s go out to lunch sometime when things get settled down; however, I can’t imagine being in your place right now.
    Dennis was a strong man and had some good trucking stories to tell us recently.

  11. Anna, Henry and I were so sorry to hear of Dennis’s passing. I was hopeful he would beat the odds one more time. He was a good person and never failed to send a smile, a wave and/or a hello whenever we would see him. Prayers for you and Johana and all the family that will miss his presence. With love and friendship.

  12. Dennis was a great neighbor and a wonderful person. Always enjoyed talking to him. We will miss him. Prayers for the family.

  13. Anna and Johanna what can one say except Clevelan and I loved you all very much and will never forget our being across hall neighbors when we first married and our friendship has continued.
    If you ever need me I’m here. No one can know the feeling til you walk in those shoes snd I have been there. Please take care of yourself.
    Love you very much.

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