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Carl L. Cooper Obituary
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July 16, 2018

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July 16, 2018

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December 25, 2017
Dena
So sorry to read of your husband's passing. Never an easy time and want you to know, I have you in my thoughts and prayers during this time. My condolences to you and your family.
October 18, 2017
One the most extraordinairy, giving and wise man I have ever had the pleasure to meet. Enjoy your new heavenly home sir. You have earbed it.
October 15, 2017
I Will miss my buddy every time we go cleaning for the Coopers. Mr. Cooper always was a pleasant person. He had such a great sense of humor. Mrs. Cooper took very good care of her husband. I look forward to the time when Jehovah God get rid of sickness and death and restore this earth to a paradise.
October 15, 2017
I worked for Chaplain Cooper at Riverside Regional Convalescent Center. We had a good working relationship even though sometimes we didn't agree on things...we even "butted heads" a few times. I had only worked for him for two days when my sister died suddenly. Chaplain Cooper was there for me and helped me through that difficult time. Years later, after I was no longer working for him, he was there for me when my dad died...and again, years later, when my mom died he was there to offer support. I learned a lot from Chaplain Cooper and I didn't let our disagreements hinder our friendship, or my ability to accept his guidance and support. I remember him singing "Great is Thy Faithfulness" in Thursday morning chapel at the center (my office was right next to the chapel). He had a beautiful voice...every time I hear that song I think of him. He is singing in heaven now. Rest in peace my dear friend.