Charles Cooper

November 1, 2013

Charles “David” Cooper, 54, of Rossville passed away November 1, 2013 at St. Elizabeth Franciscan Hospital, Lafayette. He was born January 6, 1959 in Frankfort to James Paul and Shirley Jean (Kinslow) Cooper. He married Tammy Jo Lucas on July 9, 1994 in Jackson, Georgia and she survives.;David attended Frankfort Schools and was an owner/operator truck driver for 35 years.;Surviving along with his wife Tammy are his Mother: Shirley Cooper of Frankfort, Daughters: Chandra Cooper and Shirley Cooper both of Rossville, Heather Hernandez of Tennessee, and Kristen Marie Eldridge-Griffin of Frankfort, Sister: Wanda Sue Lewis of Coatsville, IN, Brothers: Paul “Daniel” Cooper of Cody, WY and Andrew Cooper of Frankfort, 5 Grandchildren, 1 Great Grandchild and his loving dog Buddy. He was preceded in death by his father.;Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday, at Archer-Weston Funeral Home. Friends may visit at the funeral home from 1 p.m. until the time of service. Memorial donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association with envelopes available at the service.


7 Condolences for “Charles Cooper”

  1. Douglas Cooper and Family (Cousin)

    Dear Aunt Shirley and Family, We are praying for you, Sue, Daniel, and Andy during this time of sorrow and loss at the passing of your son and brother David. Sincerely, Douglas Cooper and family(Truman’s son)

  2. Tonya Shelley Heaton

    So sorry to hear about David, a childhood friend and neighbor. May the lord wrap his loving arms around the family.

  3. Rose and Jim Eldridge

    So sorry for your loss!

  4. Pamela Bateman

    David, you are with the Lord and Steve now. You will never leave our hearts and you are always in our memories. R.I.P. My friend

  5. Don and Debbie Baker

    Very sorry for your loss.I remember him from cildhood as a very sweet kind boy.May Gods love comfort his family.

  6. Mom

    CHANDRA & SHIRLEY: I am so sorry and I hurt for you both so much. Your dad loved you both. He wasnt an affectionate man with anyone but me when I met him. Boy did he change when you were born Chandra. Then when Shirley got here too…he had a

  7. mom

    Cont… he had an overwhelming feeling of joy. 2 girls now. Both so tiny he was scared he would break you if he touched you! As we all grew together as a family love grew too. Telling you to have a goid day at school or work everyday, telling you good nite and I love you every night. That was all him. The tlks to ppl about your your accomplishments. He was proud and filled with love for you both . Always remember the love and his silly laugh when he “said a funny” girls. Those were genuine. I love you both.

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