COOPER, CARL L. MR.
White Lake Beacon, Whitehall, Michigan, 25 July 2004, Page 5-B
Mr. Carl L. Cooper, Montague. Mr. Cooper, age 70, died July 17, 2004. Born February 24, 1934, in Detroit, he had lived in the White Lake area the past 51 years. He was married to the former Mitzi Garrick and had been a truck driver until retirement. Mr. Cooper was preceded in death by a daughter, Dora. FAMILY: His wife, Mitzi; 1 daughter, Robin TenBrink of IL; 4 sons, Steven Williams of Lakewood Club, James (Linda) Williams of Hesperia, David Williams of Lakewood and Theodore (Sue) Cooper of Montague; 21 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. SERVICE: Monday, July 26, 2004, at 6:00 PM, from Algot Johnson American Legion Post #69, 803 E. Colby St., Whitehall with the Rev. Leonard Coon officiating. CLOCK - White Lake
COOPER, JENNIE L. MRS. (BLACK)
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 6 June 1988, Page 4C
COOPER, MRS. JENNIE L., Muskegon. Mrs. Cooper, the former Jennie L. Black, died Sunday, June 5, 1988, at the age of 71. She was born in Muskegon on April 3, 1917, and married Luther H. Cooper in 1934 and he preceded her in death on March 22, 1971. She attended Fruitland Baptist Church. Mrs. Cooper was also preceded in death by a daughter, Muriel Louise DeVries on June 2, 1981, and a sister, Nita Croft in 1986. SURVIVORS: 4 daughters, Mrs. Bud (Lynett) Willea of Muskegon, Mrs. Jack (Susan) Elder of MS, Edith Schaub & Sarah Phillips both of Cedar Springs; 5 sons, Garth (Karen) Cooper, Oscar (Pat) Cooper, Jim (Sandy) Cooper & Bill (Dawn) Cooper all of Muskegon and Luther (Norma) Cooper of NC; 29 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; 1 brother, Eugene Black of CA and 2 sisters, Mary Wolfe of Kaleva, MI & Edith Black of Greenville. SERVICE: Tuesday 1 p.m. at the Clock Chapel with the Rev. Donald LeMaire officiating. Interment Fruitland Township Cemetery. VISITATION: This evening 7-9 at the Clock Funeral Home. MEMORIAL: Hospice of Muskegon County, Inc. —Clock Muskegon
COOPER, John T.
COOPER, LUTHER H.
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 22 March 1971, Page 19
COOPER, MR. LUTHER H. 2381 Nord Rd., Fruitland Twp. - Mr. Luther H. Cooper, age 59, passed away Sunday morning at his residence after a brief illness. Born in Muskegon he had lived in the area all his life. He worked for the Public Works Department for the City of North Muskegon for 8 years. He married the former Jennie Black June 9, 1935 in Muskegon. She survives him. Also surviving are 5 sons, Garth, Oscar and James, all of Muskegon, Luther of California and William of Ft. Hood, Texas; 5 daughters, Mrs. Clarence (Lynett) Willea, Mrs. David (Edith) Schaub, Mrs. Danny (Sarah) Phillips and Mrs. Douglas (Lucy) Devries, all of Muskegon and Mrs. Jack (Susan) Elder of Sand Lake; 25 grandchildren; one brother, Charles of Holton, and 1 sister, Mrs. Raymond (Emma) Gould of Muskegon. The service for Mr. Cooper will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1:00 o’clock from the Clock Chapel with the Rev. Donald Le Maire officiating. Interment will be made in Fruitland Township Cemetery. Friends may call at the Clock Funeral Home beginning this evening.—Clock.
COOPER, Oscar K. (Mr.)
Mr. Oscar K. Cooper. Born: Monday, July 12, 1937, Muskegon, Michigan. Died: Sunday, December 17, 2000, Muskegon Heights, Michigan, Age: 63 years. Service: The Clock Chapel Wednesday, December 20, 2000, 2:00 p.m.. Officiating: Rev. Donald LeMaire. Interment: Mona View Cemetery, Muskegon Heights, Michigan. Reception Following: Lakeside Eagles 2355 W. Sherman Blvd. Clock Funeral Home.
Information donated by Anita Pugh
Muskegon News Chronicle, 7 March 1912 #8228 - Tony Halma, 23, city; Rica Cooper, 24, city
COOPER, THEODORE “TED” DOUGLAS MR.
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 24 August 1999, Page 5B
COOPER, MR. “TED” THEODORE DOUGLAS, N. Muskegon. Mr. Theodore “Ted” Douglas Cooper, age 21, died Sunday, August 22, 1999. He was born in Muskegon on October 18, 1977 to Douglas Cooper & Paula (Barrett) Legard. Mr. Cooper was a College Student at Central Michigan University & was a member of the Theta Chi Fraternity. He attended Samuel Lutheran Church. Ted was an avid sports enthusiast & loved life. SURVIVORS: Parents, Douglas and Karen Cooper of Sterling Heights, MI & Paula and David Legard of N. Muskegon; 1 sister, Abby Cooper of N. Muskegon; 2 stepbrothers, Jeff Legard & Chris Legard, both of N. Muskegon; grandparents, Ted and Elsa Barrett of Norton Shores, Verlyn and Kathryn Cooper of Glen Arbor, MI & Gladys Legard of N. Muskegon. He was preceded in death by a cousin, Tommy Pardo. SERVICE: Wednesday, August 25, 1999, 11:00 am at the Clock Chapel with Rev. Eric Stratton officiating. Interment at Fruitland Township Cemetery. VISITATION: Tuesday, 2-4 & 7-9 pm at Clock Funeral Home. MEMORIAL: Leukemia Foundation. —Clock Muskegon
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 21 March 1884, Page 3
Mr. Cooper, the milk peddler who lived at the corner of Iona and Spring streets, died yesterday after only a few days illness.
Information donated by Matt Burns
COOPER, THYS MRS.
Muskegon Chronicle, Muskegon, Michigan, 14 July 1909, Page 7
OCTOGENERIAN IS DEAD. Mrs. Thys Cooper Passes Away; Resident of Muskegon Half Century. A resident of Muskegon for nearly half a century, Mrs. Thys Cooper died at her home, 202 Spring street, yesterday after a brief illness brought on by her old age. She was 80 years of age and had lived in Muskegon since 1867. Mrs. Cooper was born in the Netherlands and came to this country 42 years ago, locating in Muskegon where she has lived continuously since that time. She made her home with Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius K. Dutmer, the latter a daughter, during the past few years. She had been a widow for 26 years, her husband, to whom she was married in the Netherlands having died in 1883. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Dote Ozinga, 20 Sanford street, a daughter, Mrs. Cornelius K. Dutmer, and a son, Dr. John T. Cooper, 55 Amity street. Eleven grand children and one great grand child also survive her. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o’clock from the residence, 202 Spring street. The services will be private and will be conducted by the Rev. B. H. Einink, pastor of the First Christian Reformed church, of which she was one of the first members.