COLUMBIA, Ill. (AP) -- Employment records say a southwestern Illinois man accused of strangling his wife and two sons was a model employee who was "hard working, diligent and very trustworthy."
Some of Christopher Coleman's employment records -- including evaluations and a resignation letter -- were released Friday by Joyce Meyer Ministries.
Coleman was hired as a security guard in 2000 for the Jefferson County-based television ministry. He was promoted to head of security.
He's pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges in the deaths of Sheri Coleman, and their sons.
Coleman is jailed without bond.
Hundreds of pages of employment documents have been filed in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Sheri Coleman's family. Joyce Meyer Ministries had sought to keep the documents confidential.
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