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Kent McKean Cooper

Denton, Texas

Sep 15, 1944 – Jan 2, 2019 (Age 74)

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KENT McKEAN COOPER was born in Glenside, PA on September 15, 1944 to Joseph Edgar and Virginia Alvine (Seifert) Cooper and died in Denton, TX on January 2, 2019.  He was predeceased by his beloved wife of 44 years, Kristin Brodsky Cooper.  Kent is survived by his sister, Lynda Orlando (Sal);...

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Brother and Sis sharing a moment in June 2016.

Dear Cousin, you are much loved and will be much missed...we will see you on the other side!

In loving memory of a wonderful person. I will love you and miss you always. Thank you for all you were to me as a boss and a friend.

I can't think about Kent without putting his late wife along side. They were a twosome and loved sharing so many things. We met at a meeting in the early sixties and formed a friendship. More with Chris because Kent seemed to be working all of the time. He was a super guy and will be missed.

Thank You for being my friend. You will be missed.

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.

Kent was my first "first cousin", & I thought (when I was about 5 yrs. old), that he was truly wonderful, when I met him, where I was living on our family farm, with my mother, baby sister, & grandparents. I was a lonely little girl who seldom was around other children, at that time. And I still think he is truly wonderful, now that I am 78. I always loved & respected him, admired him, & regretted we didn't get to spend more time together. But in the time we...

I have such wonderful memories of Kent and Kris. When I was taking care of my father in his last illness, and with the help of my sister Sarah, Kent and Kris took me to a Las Vegas type show with dancers and horses that really lifted my spirits. It was a special effort of kindness I will never forget. Kent had the knack of asking a penetrating question in our long discussions that made me really think. He was so well read and could discuss almost any subject. Kent was a very special person.