Gregory Coleman’s sisters sat down to talk about his death and ask for help from the community.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Glenay Coleman and Amanda Cusek vividly remember the moment they got the call that their brother, Gregory Coleman Jr., was in the hospital fighting for his life.

Gregory Coleman, 37, was pronounced dead almost two weeks after the attack by two men on September 5 outside a bar on North High Street.

“It’s all very disgusting and disturbing and it’s heartbreaking. I’m just disappointed that there are such horrible people,” said Glenn Coleman.

The sisters spoke of how terrifying it was not only to see her brother being beaten, but also to see the reaction on social media as her brother lay in hospital on life support for 12 days.

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“Seeing your brother on life support for two weeks, just trying to have the most hope and the most faith you’ve ever had in your life that he might just wake up and that it was all just a dream, that’s what it was like , Coleman said.

They said Greg was a dedicated bartender in the Short North area of ​​Columbus, known and loved by the community.

“A lot of people knew him and came to see him, and he treats everybody with a lot of respect,” Coleman said.

Outside of work, he was a protector of his three sisters and a loving father to his young daughter.

“He was the best brother, too,” Kusek said. “He always made sure we knew how much he loved us.”

The family is seeking justice and asking the public to help find the second man accused of murdering him. Dwayne Cummings, 28, was jailed on Sept. 21, but the second man charged, Christian Foster, 32, remains at large.

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“These people should be brought to justice. They are a threat at this point and they need to be held accountable for what they did,” Coleman said.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Detective Johnson at 614-645-4488 or by email: Tips can also be made to Central Ohio Crime Stoppers at 614-461-TIPS (8477).