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Jeffrey Cooper

Yorktown, Virginia

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Yorktown, Va. – Jeffrey Cooper, 52, passed away on Sunday March 22, 2020. Jeffrey was a native and lifelong peninsula resident. He graduated from Tabb High School Class of 1986 and Old Dominion University with a Bachelors Degree in Biology in1990. He is survived by his parents Marilyn V. Staton...

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Dear Chrissy and Marilyn ,
My thoughts and prayers are with you always , especially over the next week.
Believe me I do understand that you will never stop missing him but being with the people that he loved during this time will be healing to you both and I know it means a lot to him.
I feel it was a blessing to have known him and to have called him my friend.
Much love,
Lesia

Oh Jeff...I wish we had not lost contact with one another...you were one of the sweetest guys I ever met. Thank you for the fun times out at karaoke. My heart and prayers go out to Jeff's family and friends...may you all find peace and comfort and may the pain of this sudden loss fade with time. -Karen

Jeff was a wonderful person to be around and lit up the room with his personality and conversation. He was very kindhearted and willing to help in anyway possible.

Jeff and I met in physiology class at ODU. He was a great tutor and became the best of friends. A constant dinner/walking/road-tripping/laughing buddy, he is missed tremendously. We explored light houses, oceans, Bourbon street, loved cats, and even cared for Templeton the rat in college, who loved lemon bars and was so cute with confectioners sugar in his whiskers. Many great "Jeff" moments. There was only one Jeff.

Jeffs smile and laughter warmed everyones heart. He was a friend you could always count on, no matter what you needed, he was there ready to help. His sweet spirit and kind words came so naturally. His laugh was infectious, and I loved his positive, sunny side. Ill always treasure the memories of our times together, Jeff had a special talent for capturing those moments in pictures. He was a quality dude and he will be missed very, very much. My heart breaks for everyone.

There are no words to comfort you during this heart wrenching time. Jeff will be loved and missed by everyone who knew him. Prayers for you and the family during this difficult time.

Jeff and I were close friends living in the same neighborhood when we were in elementary and high school. We, unfortunately, lost contact after I left the area. So sorry to hear of his passing. Prayers to his family. - Kenny Ball

I worked with Jeff at Lowe's when we first opened 16 years ago. He offered me and my husband some wood from his house and we had a Great visit with him the day we picked it up! I will Always remember that day spent with him.I hope you, too will remember All the Good memories you have of Jeff and Keep them close to your heart! He Really did have a Sweet Smile!! I am sorry for the families loss, and I Pray that the Lord will comfort you all during this time and days to come.

So sorry to hear about your loss. You know that God and Jesus are in the best position to comfort us when we lose a loved one in death.