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Lawrence C. Cook Jr.

Clemmons, North Carolina

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Mr. Cook was the absolute best man I have ever worked for at RJR. He was always willing to be not only a good listener, excellent boss but a good friend. So sorry I was out of town when he passed away. Love to all the family, Barbara and Don White

I will always remember him as one of my best friends ever.

Cook and I go back a few years. We planned, fought, talked, drank, traveled, and shared a lot of good times during the good times. I smile as I say...he was a character!

Mr Cook was one of my favorite people. From the first moment his grandaughter introduced us, he made me feel like one of the family. He was loved and he will be greatly missed.

I am going to miss Mr. Cook very much. It was a pleasure to have known him thru Brighton Gardens. I enjoyed talking to him about movies and the old days. He was so wonderful and loved by everyone. I know he is in a much better place with no suffering or pain now. May God rest his soul. Bless the family and Rudy and Kathy, I will be thinking of you during this time of loss. God Bless you all.

I am deeply moved Mr Cook was one of my favorite residents I've worked with him @ Brighton Gardens and it was a privilege because he only wanted me to help him.

I WORKED WITH LAWRENCE,RUDY AND KATHY FOR MANY YEARS AT RESEARCH AND ENJOYED EVERY MINUTE OF IT.

Our friend and neighbor.A sad day for family and his many friends.

Mr. Cook was a man who helped shape a lot of young men's lives. He allowed a great many of us to hang around his house and taught much. I am sure the Cook family will miss you, Mr. Cook.

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Lawrence's Obituary

Lawrence Cook passed away in Clemmons, North Carolina. Funeral Home Services for Lawrence are being provided by Hayworth-Miller Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Winston-Salem Journal on December 11, 2012.