I remember Patsy from grade school and high school. We were so happy to be twirlers in the band. She was funny, lovely, very smart and a good friend. We lost touch after high school but I still value all the things we did together.
Like all the others, I was shocked and saddened to learn of Pat's death. She was the ultimate professional and I always admired the control and grace she exhibited during difficult and sensitive situations. My sincerest condolences to Rodolfo, Jonathan and Pat's family at this very sad time. Her impact on the lives of children and their families will be her greatest legacy. Fondly. Mike and Linda Weinroth.
Dear Rodolfo, Jonathan and friends:
I am deeply saddened by the passing of my friend and former professional colleague, Pat Coopman. I best remember Pat by her strong intellect, her humility and by her gentle style and grace. In spite of her Yankee heritage I always saw Pat as a classic southern lady with style, grace and dignity.
While I will miss her, I will always cherish the memories of our friendship and work together.
Dear Rodolfo and Jonathan,
We were so saddened to hear of Patsy's illness and death. It's been quite a few years since we've seen your family, but Patsy will always be remembered as a devoted wife, a loving mother, and a dedicated educator.
Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
For the last several days, I have remembered with great fondness all the wonderful times we had in the Department of Special Education! Pat was a big part of those times. I will miss her so. My prayers are with Rudolfo and Jonathan and Pat's sisters.
My deepest sympathy is extended to the Coopman family. Dr. Coopman was an honoured and respected leader not only in Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) but in Georgia and the nation. She had a special place in her heart for children. I had the distinct pleasure to work with her for many years in GCPS. She will be missed but never forgotten. Her contributions and passion for the work in the field of special education will live forever!
Until we meet again!
I appreciate the time I was able to work with Pat in several schools in Gwinnett County. I very much respected Pat's professionalism, knowledge, and commitment, and certainly missed her after she left. May you feel comfort and peace as you celebrate her life.
Pat was my mentor when I began with GCPS. She was a caring person and a great teacher. Pat taught me well and I consider her a great part of why I am successful today. She will be missed!
I am so sorry for the loss of your love one. May the God of all Comfort be with the COOPMAN family in your hour of grief.
My deepest sympathy to the Rudolfo and Jonathan. Pat was one of my dearest friends and mentor. I valued her knowledge and advise. We shared many laughs and cries together. I will treasure her friendship forever. Rest in eternal peace my dear friend.
I am so sorry for your great loss. May the God who is 'binding up the brokenhearted and comforting those mourning' sustain you during this most difficult time. (Isa. 61:1,2). Again, my deepest sympathies.
I am so sorry for your great loss. May the God who is 'binding up the brokenhearted and comfortingi those mourning' sustain you during this most difficult time. (Isa.61:1,2). Again, my deepest sympathies.
May the family look forward to the day when death will be swallowed up forever.
It saddens our hearts to hear of your loss. LUKE 20;38 assures us that love ones are in Gods memory.
Please accept my sympathies for the death of your loved one. Death brings pain not only to us but also to our heavenly father. He promises to end death forever.(Isaiah25:8)
I am sending love and prayers to all the Coopmans. She was one of my dearest friends. I admired her greatly as a colleague and will miss her every day. I want to stay involved with her dear family. Much love, Sally Frykman