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March 30, 2018
We are so very sorry to hear of the death of your wife, Andy. Joe, Jeff and I (Serio) are thinking of you and feel terrible that you and your family are experiencing such sorrow.
March 30, 2018
February 02, 2018
Ashley was a true warrior! She so bravely fought a heroic battle with a dreaded disease. She was a loving mom and wife. She was so fun to talk with. She never complained -- how many of us can say that? What a positive, fierce outlook on life she had. She most certainly will be missed -- not just by her family, but to all who knew her. We're both happy to have known her, and honestly, still so angry she was taken away from us way too soon!
January 27, 2018
I miss Ashley every single day of my life! We had 9 happy years of marriage and 2 wonderful kids! Not a day goes by I wish I could see Ashley and tell her how much I love her
January 21, 2018
I knew Ashley from College and she was a couple of years behind me. I can remember her being very intelligent, nice, funny, and had the warmest smile. Over the years I was able to reconnect with Ashley on Facebook and see how she was doing. I enjoyed seeing wonderful pictures of her family. I have never met Andy before but he seems really nice. Her kids were just so precious & happy. Ashley was very blessed to have the advantage of living that beautiful life and being a devoted wife & mother.

I can only imagine what she was going through during her battle. What amazes me the most was her tough-as-nails attitude when it came to her fight. I always found her FB comments being so positive and it showed that she had so much strength, faith, love and sheer determination. Ashley is an inspiration and she will always shine in the hearts of her family & friends.
January 21, 2018
I knew Ashley from College and she was a couple of years behind me. I can remember her being very intelligent, nice, funny, and had the warmest smile. Over the years I was able to reconnect with Ashley on Facebook and see how she was doing. I enjoyed seeing wonderful pictures of her family. I have never met Andy before but he seems really nice. Her kids were just so precious & happy. Ashley was very blessed to have the advantage of living that beautiful life and being a devoted wife & mother.

I can only imagine what she was going through during her battle. What amazes me the most was her tough-as-nails attitude when it came to her fight. I always found her FB comments being so positive and it showed that she had so much strength, faith, love and sheer determination. Ashley is an inspiration and she will always shine in the hearts of her family & friends.
January 16, 2018
Ashley and I worked together many years ago. She was a brave warrior and I will miss her pictures and strong words. She is missed. Linda B.
January 15, 2018
Although we never met Ashley personally we were connected to her intimately thru our prayers. We had a front row seat to the incredible encouragement, love and support she received from her father Dr Jeff Cooper and of course the rest of her family. Jeff is our mentor and leader at Saint Andrews Chapel. His unwavering example of having his arm around Ashley while simultaneously pointing her into the arms of her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is a life lesson that I will never forget. Sometimes God's purposes are a mystery but he never breaks a promise. Although we share in the sorrow of Ashley's passing we also share in the joy of knowing she is now in the presence of the one who created her and has welcomed her home!
January 14, 2018
Ashley was one of my first college roommates at Beacon College and I would just like to second everything that Cori said. We lost touch over the years but we were just starting to reconnect within the past year or so. Her, Andys family, and their two children will always remain in my thoughts and prayers.
January 14, 2018
My warm memories of Ashley and her brave cancer experience are in the context of the caring, loving family that surrounded her with support of remarkable dimensions before and during her tragic illness. While I am sure her family of origin played a fundamentally supportive role, as a relative of Andy, Cally and Rich, I need to recognize the unique loving environment they created for Ashley, Andy and their young family. Extraordinary beyond reasonable expectation. My love, thoughts, and prayers are with all of you and particularly with the memory of Ashley.

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