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September 22, 2018

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September 19, 2018
Mr. Cooper was my first art teacher in 1970-1972 and he made a impression on me to become a graphic artist.
-StJames aka "Darlene James"
September 17, 2018
I also had the privilege of having Mr. Cooper as an art teacher at DHS. I remember him as a talented, dedicated, hard working, patient man with a great sense of humor and I have fond memories of time spent in his class. Heartfelt condolences to his family.
September 14, 2018
I went to Durango High School 1968 to 1972, and I think I took Art class with Mr C all 4 years. Mr C knew how serious I was about art and after Art 1 and all the fundamentals..,he set me free. He did insist I work in every media we could come up with. Now, as the art students I knew and cared so much about are still in touch. The Class of '72 produced 5 or 6 Art teachers ! One of them pointed out that Mr Cooper wore a white shirt, a black tie every single school day. He had a green apron he wore when the media was messy. I f I ever got Mr C's attention he'd tell me to bring my lunch the next day and we were going to have a talk. So, Mr C and I used to 'do lunch' pretty often. Mr C cared about us in that creative U.S. Army way. So, eventually I decided to be an Art teacher. I used quite a lot of the ways I learned from him. Thank you Mr C. I hope you know how many high school art students you had who have carried away the look of the world and expressed our own passion for art. I just retired from teaching. I loved teaching art. Thanks Mr C for all you taught and insisted you' taught the fundamentals, but he wasn't going to tell us what to think and what to see. Thanks Mr C. you did very very well. Doug Senteney
September 11, 2018
It was an honor and a privliage to have known Ted and his family. I will always remember having bteakfest at Carvers and discussing politics. Ted had such a kind heart. My most heart felt condolences to Cameron, Amy, Wilma, Dewight and the rest of the Cooper Family
God Bless