John-Cook-Obituary

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John William Cook

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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'Bye, Dad. Miss you!!

Much Love,
B. J.

John Cook

Honest, and a devoted family man.
Thoughtful, giving.
WAY more intelligent than he wanted others to think.

And when it came time to gather everyone to leave, the best jingler of keys east of the Mississippi.

We are all thankful for having known him.

LOU, KNOW YOU AND FAMILY WILL MISS JOHN. WHAT A BEAUTIFUL OBITUARY. HE WAS A WONDERFUL MUCH INTELLIGENT MAN.
JIM AND FRAN SUBLETT

My most sincere condolences,
Toby Thomas


What a beautiful obituary about a beautiful and wonderful man. John, you are at peace and I am happy that you do not have to share another day in a life of pain and sadness and can now be at peace and know you are loved by family members and friends that will miss you everyday you are not with us. With love, Your niece, Betty and my Mom, your sister, Christine (Cricket).

Granny Lou,
I am really sorry to hear about Pops passing away but now he is in his Heavenly body and is having a wonderful reunion with Pappy and Uncle David. We are here if you need anything and love you all.

Dear Lou, Vicki, Bev, and BJ,
I am sorry to hear of John's passing but know how strong you are. You will continue to draw on your faith and friends. God's grace is with you. We love you and I am so sorry we will not be able to be with you on friday because of work. I will try to come see you soon. Love, Scott and Connie

Dear Lou and family, my prayers are with you, we all will miss our Uncle John.

Sending my love and prayers, always.

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John William Cook, of Daleville, died Saturday, February 16, 2013. He was born March 5, 1925 at Avon, Nelson County, Va., son of John Douglas and Mintie Louise Cook, both now deceased. John is survived by his wife Lou, and three of his five children: Beverly and husband Bill Boyer of Virginia...

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