Julian Cooper
Julian Cooper, 39, of Springdale, Maryland, a Navy contractor.
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Published by The Rancher on Sep. 17, 2001.
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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.
Miki Harmon
Friend
January 10, 2020
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 at work and my wife and I saw them at company recreational activities. I will never forget Julian. We all have friends and if we're lucky we have some friends that are kind and thoughtful. I know Julian is in a better place now. Our prayers are with you Julian, your wife, and daughter.
Clark Luster
Coworker
January 9, 2020
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.
Scott
September 11, 2018
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
Rick Fultz
September 11, 2017
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
Del Newberry
September 17, 2012
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
David Marshall
September 11, 2011
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.
Scott Frazier
September 12, 2009
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 Juliana, who is the spitting image of her dad, to remind her of the Love and life that she shared with Julian.
Beth Colston
September 11, 2009
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
Peggy Childers
September 10, 2009
Fair Wind & Following Seas!!!
Doug Abraham
March 1, 2009
Hey, I just was thinking bout you and how not many people from the old neighborhood on Burnside rd./ actually know that Julian died on 9/11. I think that I want to start some type of plaque to recognize your sacrafice, so that the community will know that we really had a hero amongst us. thx.
O. Frazier
OTIS FRAZIER
September 14, 2008
I have and wear a silver bracelet with Julian's name on it and Pentagon. Somehow it makes him more real to read the guestbook and feel a real person behind the words. I pray that the Lord blesses Julian's family and friends with grace and peace.
Miki Harmon
September 12, 2008
Dear Melinda,

I don't know if you remember me, but I graduated high school with you. I thought of you today as I attended a Patriot Day Memorial here in Mantua, NJ. I think of you every year on this day. I pray that you experience God's comfort. With much love, Laurie
Laurie Leslie
September 11, 2008
On the anniversary of September 11, I pause and remember the beaming face of a Petty Officer who always had the answer to any question delivered with a smile. I was in London on that faithful day, September 11 and knew that day would change my life forever. What I didn’t know at the time was how deeply those events of that day would impact my life. As I attended your funeral at Arlington Cemetery, I vowed to do whatever I could to ensure this would never happen again. Nearly 7 years later, those long hours and even longer days on watch in windowless offices have in some small measure been my repayment of that vow and my honoring of your life. Each September 11 I remember that smiling Petty Officer, who forever left his fingerprints on my life and my work. You’re smile is remembered Julian Cooper and I will never forget you!
David M.
September 11, 2008
Julian,
It has been 7 years since that day. I cherish the friendship that we had and our common bond. Your kind heart was a gift to us all. Thanks for all the guidance you blessed me with as I neared retirement from the Navy. You are not nor will you ever be forgotten.

Rick Fultz
NCC Support 1997-2000
Rick Fultz
September 11, 2008
In remembrance....
P Tabbernor
August 23, 2007
I was station on the USS Mount Whitney from 85-88. I don't remember Julian but who's to say i didn't sit with him on the mess decks during chow or maybe was on watch with him on the quarter deck. To know i was aboard ship with Julian makes me proud to have served with such a brave man who was killed by cowards on that horrific day. My thoughts and prayers go out to Julian's family and friends. "Fair Winds Following Sea's" Julian!.....Your in Gods hand's
mark dedona
March 6, 2007
As I cross-stitched your name on the memorial that I am doing for all of the victims, I prayed for you and your family. Please know that your death was not in vain. We will always remember. God Bless.
Kristine
October 30, 2006
I did not know Julian, but feel drawn to him, as although we are from different countries we share the same name. I am a British citizen aged 49, and by another strange coincidence on the morning of 9-11 I was actually on a flight headed for New York. My daughter is also a naval cadet with the British Navy. Thinking of you and may you rest in peace.
julian cooper
July 17, 2006
Today June 20, 2006, 1 mile was walked to honor the life of Julian Cooper and all those who loved him. May you find some comfort in knowing that you do not grieve alone and that you and your loved one has not been forgotten.

Julian, may you rest in peace.
Kathy Swaringen
June 20, 2006
Julian, I never met you but through the naval reserve learned of your spirited leadership, hard work and great personality. Thanks from the heart for your service to the Lord and your Country. You made such a difference in so many lives. We cherish your memory: Husband, Father, sailor, patriot. Your legacy lives on. God Bless!

Kathleen Lindenmayer
CDR, US Navy
Kathleen Lindenmayer
September 11, 2003
Today's word for Julian's family is courage. "Father God, grant Your courage to Julian's family as they remember him today. Hold them as they face this anniversary day. In the name of Jesus. Amen."
Cynthia Townsend-Hunter
September 11, 2003
anne jones
August 25, 2003
To the Family of Julian Cooper on the 1st Anniversary:
The Mercy B.A.N.D. I wear bears Julian's name. I am honored to pray daily for you, his family, and I will continue to do so until I have the priviledge of meeting Julian in heaven. Today my prayer word is "comfort". Father, God, please be with the family of Julian Cooper today and comfort them as they grieve.
Cynthia Townsend-Hunter
September 11, 2002
Julian, my neighbor, my classmate, my childhood friend.....as time went on and we grew older I never thought such a precious life would be taken so early. My heart goes out to your Mom,your sisters Darlene and Marie, and your brother Philip and the rest of your family. Your Presence will be dearly missed. Much love and respect to you, you have gained your Angel wings to watch over the rest of us. God will keep you now safe in his presence. Forever will you and your family be in my prayers. God Bless
Jacquelyn Grays
June 30, 2002
I did not know you or anyone else who passed away on the morning of September 11, 2001 but I am really sorry that so many people where killed out of hate. I can not seem to make myself understand the kind of hate that could do something like this. I will never forget what happened or how it made me feel. May God Bless you and the family and friends that you left behind that now have to find away to go on without you. Rest in his loving peace forever more..........
Angie Campbell
June 12, 2002
To the family of Julian Cooper;
I am truly saddened by your loss and all the other families who have lost a loved one in this atrocity. I paray for God to fill your aching hearts with his healing power and bring peace to you all.
Sheila Werland
April 23, 2002
I never met you but I am proud to have your name on a bracelet that I wear every day. It is a Mercy B.A.N.D (Bearing Anothers Needs Daily). I pray for your family and friends that were left behind. We'll meet someday in heaven and I will give you a hug.
Patti Byrne
April 18, 2002
America Cries
We see your sorrow-
and our hearts cry....
We can not erase your pain
but you do not have to face the anguish alone-for we-
-the American people-
are beside you.
We so desperately want to have the touch that brings you comfort,
the strength that gives you courage,
and the words to lighten your spirits.
And when we are left speechless
may the silence of our nation weave love into your hearts
to ease your sorrow.
May you find healing through our nation's strength as we-
-the American people-
face this difficult time together. Our hearts are with you. Teresa Jahn
Dixon, IL
Teresa Jahn
January 12, 2002
I wanted you to know how deeply sorry we are for your loss. We are praying for you. May the Lord our God give you strength. May he bless you in this time of need.

Kay and John Murray
Kay Murray
January 2, 2002
the Lord works in mysterious ways. may God bless you Julian Cooper and you family. I Pray that God's hand is on your family and friends so that he may help them heal.God Bless All.....
Daniel Brizuela
December 27, 2001
May God bestow his blessing upon the family and friends of Julian and watch over all of you during the holidays and the many months and years ahead.

May you rest in peace Julian Cooper and know God has a special place for you.

God bless America. God bless all of you.
Sandi & Gil Cuthbert
December 14, 2001
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Jan and Zane Azbarea
October 24, 2001
I offer my deepest of sympathies and condolences for your loss. Julian worked for me onboard the USS Mount Whitney during'83-'85. I called him, "the man with the plan". Julian had a plan for where he wanted to go in life and it was equipped with all the necessary details to ensure his success. It is very tragic that his life was was cut short, however, God does has a plan for him. My prayers are with you.
Larry Edwards
CWO4, USN
Virginia Beach, VA
Larry Edwards, CWO4, USN
October 8, 2001
I hope this encourages the family of Julian that we are praying for them in their time of grief.
We Remember You

We remember you in your anguish and pain,
knowing that in this life you'll never see your friends or loved ones again.
You'll never see their precious smile or feel the warmth of their embrace,
or hear the laughter in their voice or wipe a tear from their face.
We remember you in the days to come when reality sets in,
that there'll be an empty place in your home and heart where your loved ones should have been.
Yes they should have been there in your life,
to share your joy to share your strife;
To share your laughter to share your tears,
to share your dreams through the years.
We remember you in our thoughts and prayers
And to let you know that somebody cares.
Yes we care that you are lonely and blue,
So we are sending this hug especially for you.
We pray you find peace from the Lord above,
And that He will surround you in His love.
We pray you'll have the strength needed to go on,
To prove to the enemy that they have not won.
And when the hurting comes anew,
Please know in your heart that we remember you.
Christina Tossell
Sydney Australia
Christina Tossell
October 5, 2001
MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO YOU ALL.MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
JULIAN MAY YOU REST IN PEACE.
BARBARA BOLIN
October 3, 2001
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