COOPER--Myra Beth Grosof. Born in Brooklyn to Nathan and Sylvia Grosof, Myra Beth Grosof Cooper (August 14, 1938 - June 10, 2017) was an outstanding graphic designer who excelled early on in the field of visual presentation and design. She was a graduate of both the Boston University College of Fine Arts and the Yale School of Art and Architecture, where she studied with Herbert Matter. She worked for CBS TV, as part of Lou Dorfsman's creative team, and also did freelance design work for various companies, including The Architectural League of New York and Estee Lauder. A wonderful mother, devoted spouse, and lady who will forever be missed, Myra is survived by her husband Richard Cooper, her sons Nick and Dan Cooper, her sister Jessica Davis, and her dear friends Sheila Liebowitz and Terry Blum.

Published by New York Times on Jul. 18, 2017.
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Heartfelt condolences are extended to your family at this difficult time. Seek the love and support God provides to help you cope during this time - Psalms 29:11
July 20, 2017
Dear Dick, we are deeply saddened by the news that you and the boys have lost Myra. What a great lady, fun "gal", gifted human being.
We will remember you all in our prayers - our deepest sympathy. Please take care of yourselves. With fond memories, as ever,
Jim and Sieglinda O'Donnell
July 18, 2017
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