Julian -Cooper-Obituary

Julian Cooper

Springdale, Maryland

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Julian Cooper, 39, of Springdale, Maryland, a Navy contractor.

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All these years later I pray for the man who was so highly thought of. I have a remembrance bracelet in my sitting room where I have my quiet time every morning and pray for his impact and his family.

I was a contractor with Northrop Grumman and I worked with Julian Cooper at the Navy Command Center in the Pentagon. But for the grace of God I could have been there that day. Julian went above and beyond in his work. He was a hard worker, but he would do anything to help others too. I was up in Maryland at a Fort Detrick computer training session on 9/11. My wife and I knew Julian and his wife because of Northrop Grumman was a great place to work and we both loved it . I regularly saw Julian...

Bought a round in your honor today Julian. I hope your wife and daughter are doing well. Very sad you are not around to enjoy your family buddy. You will not be forgotten.

Julian,
16 years have passed and you are not forgotten. I am blessed to have called you my friend. Rest in GOD's peace and may his blessings and peace be bestowed upon your family. Until we meet again.

Rick Fultz
Navy Command Center
1997-2000

We will remember forever that dreadful day when so many heroes were taken from us. We will honor your memory by continuing the battle of good over evil. Love from Texas

I didn't know you Julian Cooper, but I feel proud to have been a part of the Northrop Grumman team who built a memorial to your honor at the Northrop Grumman Facility in McLean VA. I think you would be proud of it's statement and please know it will endure as will your memory.
David L Marshall

I was a Navy Reserve member in Suiteland, MD in the late 90's and up until a couple of years ago. Julian and I would often drill on the same weekends and I knew him as a kind and hard working first class. After the attacks all of us instantly asked for active duty and got it. The thought that a fellow sailor we knew had gone on kept us going through some tough times. It turned out we knew others but Julian was the one I could instantly put a face on. Fair winds and following seas shipmate.

To the family of Julian Cooper

I cannot believe that it has been 8 years since that horrible day, when Julian and thousands gave their life for the safety of others in this country. I worked with Julian's wife Melinda at the time and I remember when we were told that her husband was one of the victims. I knew Melinda very well. She is one of the sweetest people you could ever know and to know that her life was forever changed by that day brings tears to my eyes. Luckily she has...

To the family of Julian Cooper:
Julian gave the ultimate sacrifice and will be held in the hearts of Americans forever. My deepest sympathy to you. We must never forget!
Peggy Childers
"Don't Let The Memory Of Them Drift Away"
www.IraqWarHeroes.org