Christopher-Cooke-Obituary

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Christopher Cooke

Media, Pennsylvania

Feb 8, 1965 – Jan 3, 2020 (Age 54)

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BORN
February 8, 1965
DIED
January 3, 2020
AGE
54
LOCATION
Media, Pennsylvania

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Rigby Harting and Hagan Funeral Home - Media Obituary

Christopher Cooke, age 54 years , passed away on January 3, 2020.


Christopher was born in Upper Darby PA. Christopher lived in Aston PA for 24 years.  He graduated from Ocean City High School in New Jersey.  Christopher worked in auto sales for over 18 years.  He loved music, playing the guitar, going to the beach and spending time with his family and friends.


He is predeceased by his father Peter Cooke.  He is survived by his mother Dee Schoen. his wife of 26 years Rita Cooke and their 3 children Christopher E. Cooke Jr., Michael A. Cooke and Alexandra D. Cooke.  He is also survived by his 5 siblings Dennis Cooke, David Cooke, Brian Cooke Bruce Cooke and Colleen (Curtis) Varallo along with several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephew, friends and in-laws.


"Christopher could sell salt to a slug and was a ROCK STAR at heart".  Hope you are rocking out to the biggest stage in the sky."


 


Funeral arrangements provide by Rigby Harting & Hagan 15 E. 4th Street Media, PA 19063 


 


www.haganfuneralhome.com


 

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We are so sorry to read this, it took our breath away.
Our deepest condolences to Rita and the entire family.
He was always so much fun to be around growing up here at the shore. Just posted a picture I found the other day, of the boys @ the beach. (Not knowing Chris was gone. I think he would have loved seeing it.)
May all the good memories you have be the ones that get you all through each and every day.
RIP...Chris
Love, Annette & Chuck Sherby

The baby boy, although one year older, in many ways you felt like my little brother, much like Peter Pan, you never wanted to grow up. You had a way of charming anyone you met, you never gave up on your dreams, you were the life of the party, usually had us laughing, you loved your kids, these are the parts I will miss most. Our family is not the same, you will be missed. RIP, with love, your sister.