George William Cooper

Died: January 5, 2010
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Cooper, George W., age 84 of Brook Park, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on January 5, 2010. He is survived by Nellie K.(nee Jacobus), his beloved wife of 54 years. Loving father of William, Timothy, and Christopher (Lynda). Dear brother of John (Terry). Cherished grandfather of Owen. He was a proud veteran of the Royal Canadian Air Force WWII as well as a proud American citizen of 53 years.

The family will receive friends in celebration of George's life at Humenik Funeral Chapel, 14200 Snow Road, Brook Park on Sunday from 2-6PM. Funeral Services will be held at 11AM on Monday at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 50 E. Bagley Road, Berea, OH 44017. Everyone please meet at the church. For those who wish, the family suggests contributions to the St. Thomas Memorial Fund.

Service Details

Monday, January 11th, 2010, 11:00am, St. Thomas Episcopal Church

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Died: January 5, 2010

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Rebekah Jones posted on 1/12/10

Dear Cooper Family, I am so sorry to have read of your loss please accept my sincere condolences. Something that I have found to be of great comfort is what the Bible says at John 5:28,29 And Revelation 21:4. In these verses we see that soon God is going to bring about a resurrection of our loved ones and that he is going to do away with all causes we have for suffering so that we can be happy. It is my sincere hope that these thoughts comfort your family at this time. Again I am so sorry for your loss. Rebekah J.


Barbara J. Romaniszyn-Perry posted on 1/8/10

To The Family Of George Cooper: It was a pleasure having George as a neighbor for 40+ years. I will never forget the time I ran into George in Marc's in the 1990's. Tim was having some procedure done the next day and George's mind was solely on Tim. He went to pay for his items and he didn't have enough money. Thankfully enough, I was behind him in line. I lent him the money and he instantly said "A friend in need is a friend indeed". He showed up at my doorstep within an hour with the money and repeated the phrase. I was so happy to help him out and he was always so kind. May the memories of George live within your heart forever!! Sincerely, Barb Romaniszyn-Perry


Lynda Cooper posted on 1/8/10

Dear Grandpa: I love you and miss you very much. Please tell Jesus I said hello. Love Owen


Jacquelyn Yates posted on 1/8/10

This is for Chris, who did not speak often of his father, but when he did, it was with so much love and appreciation.