David James Coulter, 74, a resident of Jacksonville, Florida, for 39 years, formerly of Bucksport, Maine, passed peacefully September 11, 2021, only 10 days after his loving wife. He was born in Bangor, Maine, to Maxwell and Lorraine Coulter.
David married his loving, doting wife, Pamela ‘Pam’ Ellis, on July 9, 1975. He worked at UFHealth Hospital, formerly University Hospital, for over 35 years in the accounting department until he retired. He loved football, NASCAR, and vacationing in Daytona. Every Sunday, you could find him watching football alongside his wife. Together, they raised many spoiled pets, Charles, Nicky, and currently, Sophie. He spoke with his parents every Sunday at the same exact time for many years.
He is survived by his mother, Lorraine Coulter, of Kittery, Maine; daughters, Marcia Brown and her husband, Mitchell, of Belfast, Maine; Mary-Ann Maldonado and her husband, Randy Maldonado, of Methuen, Massachusetts; granddaughters, Felicia Sturges and Katie Ames; grandson, Roman Maldonado; and great-granddaughter, Freya Ames; sisters, Ellen McClure of Kittery, Maine, Sally Morrill and Michael “Terry” DePriest of Ponte Vedra, Florida. He had many nieces, nephews, and cousins.
David was preceded in death by his wife, Pamela ‘Pam’ Coulter, and father, Maxwell Coulter.
Ponte Vedra Valley Funeral Home, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, is entrusted with final care.