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October 18, 2018

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January 19, 2018
Trumon was such a great Man and loved so much. He will be greatly missed.
January 19, 2018
When I was a young boy, Mister Cooper as we knew him, was in the process of developing the subdivision of Crestmont/St. James Court/Crestmont Court. I, along with several other neighborhood boys and girls spent our after school hours building treehouses in the walnut trees using scrap building materials from the construction site. The next day, Mr. Cooper's crew would remove our handiwork, only to be rebuilt by us after the construction workers went home for the day. Mr. Cooper was stern but good natured in his admonishment of our activities, and actually seemed impressed with the quality of some of our creations. As a result of my experience living next to that development, I developed a strong interest in construction and became a licensed contractor, and I've made my living in the construction industry for over 35 years. So thanks, Mr. cooper for indulging the neighborhood kids in their mischief. As a result, you had a small part in the fostering of my most rewarding and productive career.