October 30, 1929 - October 04, 2017
Job Well Done
As Carl's Son I have experienced many sides of the man and as I sit to write this note can say the most important thing in our relationship was that because of him, I had my spiritual spark lit early and he never wavered. The commitment he had and the proclamation that he was serving God was a bold and powerful statement to me, both growing up and now as I continue to develop my path.
Love you Pops, Rest in Peace
Started by Mark Cooper on October 04, 2017
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I just found this obituary. I have so many fond memories of Mr.Cooper. The many times in Panama City at camp where he and my dad, Autrey Jackson, would work together. The fun times we had coming to Banbridge from Albany for various functions at church. Carl worked worked hard for the Lord. I gained much respect for him. Thank you Lord for the influence Carl had on my life. I can never forget his love for people.
Posted by Tim Jackson on November 16, 2017
As I read Mark's post I know I was able to live with the softer side of Carl Cooper. Dad and I had a life to ourselves where we both grew up in many ways. Dad continued to grow until the Alzheimers overtook him.Along his path, he saved many souls from spiritual and mental turmoil.
God Bless Pop...Will see you there one day.
Posted by Philip Cooper on October 04, 2017
Carl played a big part in my life. In my darkest hours he was right there for me. I will always be grateful for him.What a amazing man Carl was. He was a God fearing man.May you now rest in peace my dear friend.
Give my Dad and Mom a kiss for me. Rest in Peace Carl
Cathy (Stewart) Turner
Posted by Cathy Turner on October 04, 2017