Brian-Cooke-Obituary

Brian Charles Cooke

Jacksonville, Florida

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COOKE Brian Charles Cooke, 59, passed away peacefully on Saturday May 19th, 2007 at the Community Hospice Acosta-Rua Center in Jacksonville, Florida. Brian was born in Grimsby, England on August 14, 1947. He attended St. Mary's Catholic School and completed at the age of 15. Brian then entered...

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You will be missed so much, bless you and rest in peace Brian.
All our Love
Tony Donna Abigail Sophie Lewis
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Too many wonderful memories of a special brother to share, love to Jan, Justine, Jeremy & Susan & jackson, god bless

Aunt Jan and Family,
I remember when you and uncle Brian took such good care of little Danny for me. We will miss him and pray for your family during this difficult time. We love you all and know Uncle Brian's smile and life will always be remembered.
Love,
Danny, Joy, Little Danny and Taylor Sapp

To the Cooke Family:
Our deepest sympathies are with you and your family during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers will be with each of you every day.
So sorry for your loss.
With Love,
Dawn (Pender) Garske and family

Dear Janice, Justin and Jeremy,
Our hearts go out to you and yours. Uncle Brian will always be remembered as a happy and cheerful man! We love you very much and are touhed by his life. Love, Jim Winnie and Family

Janice and Family,
I am so very sorry for your loss. Brian was a wonderful husband and father. He was always funny and up-beat. I remember when the two of you first met, your romance and marriage and the birth of the boys. I never saw Brian without a smile on his face. He loved you and the children in the best way possible. You had a wonderful life together. Cherish those times. I will always remember his sweetness and his love for wife and children and friends.

Jan and Family, I am so sorry for the loss that you are now going through...Just know that Brian is now home with our LORD and he has no pain or suffering. I pray that you will be uplifted in the days to come by knowing this and also that we as Born again Christians will one day meet our loved ones again in Heaven. Brian was a dear friend and I will miss him.
Warren Alexander

To the Cooke Family,
I send my sincerest sympathies for your loss. I would often call Brian " you Limey " and he would laugh. It was my to my benefit to have known him. He was a genuinely fine person.

Dear Cooke Family, It was an honor to call Brian my friend. He always had a smile and "how's it going mate!" for me.He was very proud of his family and loved you. It was a blessing to know him. My thoughts and prayers are with you. By His Grace, Ronnie Fussell