James-Coopet-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Wulff Funeral Home

James A. Coopet

St Paul, Minnesota

Aug 18, 1949 - Sep 28, 2012

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We were so sorry to hear of Jim's passing. He was a good neighbor and helped us with buying one of our cars. He will be greatly missed by all. Sympathy to his kids and siblings.

To the brothers of James
So sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved brother. Love and prayers to you all. Kelly (Seviola)Harris

Jim and Chris were great neighbors and friends for over 25 years. Jim helped me many times with my car problems and gave me his car so I could drive out of town to my brother's funeral. He helped me lease my first new car when I had no credit, no husband and five kids to feed. He believed in me and help me establish credit. It was always a fun time being neighbors with the Coopets, even if they did call the cops. (that's another story) Mark,Rachael,Jake(the flake) and Cassie(who is...

Rachel, Calvin & Nolan I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I know your Dad & grandpa was an important part of your lives. May peace, comfort from others and your good memories be with you in the days to come. Your in my prayers.

I attended Kellogg with Jim. My condolences to Joe and all of Jim's family.

Cassandra & Family:
We are so sorry to hear about your father. Be assured of our prayers for the repose of his soul and for you and your family during this time.

The Coopets were a family of seven sons, ours a family of six sons. The only common name among we thirteen boys is Guy. Funny that. Jimmy was a childhood friend and I've a couple of pics to prove it. Look forward to sharing them with his children and siblings this Friday. So sorry for our loss.

Deepest sympathy to your family. Sorry to hear of your loss.

It came on my email tonight that another Kellogg classmate has passed. My sympathy to all of his family, and I know his memory will be blessed to all who knew him.
Christine (Storm) Anderson KHS "67

Obituaries

James's Obituaries

Of Little Canada 1949-2012 At the age of 63 Years, James, a Kellogg graduate and a professor within the automotive business kept his most important date. Meeting his beloved wife Christine, somewhere over the rainbow. Survived by children Rachel Ripplinger, Cassandra, Jacob, and Mark Coopet,...

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