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Obituary for Ronald Peter Cooper

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Ronald Peter Cooper

February 8, 1943 - September 13, 2013

CLEARFIELD, UT, Ronald Peter Cooper, 70 passed away 13 September 2013 at home from a long illness.  He was born 8 February 1943 to Charles Oliver Cooper and Dorothy A. Mooney Cooper in Mountainside, N.J.  Ronald graduated from Our Lady of the Lake High School, Sparta, N.J. in 1961 and from Weber State University in Logistic Mgt. in 1985.   He married Connie Jonas Cooper 4 September 1964 at Hill AFB, UT.

Born and raised in N.J., he joined the U.S. Air Force at 18 years old.  During his 20 years of service he was in Vietnam and other Asian countries.  He retired to Utah, worked at Hill Air Force Base as Logistician for 8 years then as a Scheduler for CITI from 1994 to 2009.  Coop, as he was known, was well liked and socially conscious of people and their problems.

Coop is survived by his wife and three children & spouses; Ted (Luwayne) Cooper, Vince (Larie) Cooper and Kimberly Cooper, 6 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren, also his brothers Raymond Cooper, N.J. Burtrum Cooper, PA, and sister Jean Perrelli, N.J.

In lieu of flowers please donate to any veteran’s organization.  Cremation and inurnment will be at Leavitt’s Aultorest Memorial Park in Ogden, UT.

A memorial and luncheon will be on 21 September 2013 at the American Legion, 345 Depot St., Clearfield, UT from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Basement room.

Please send your online condolences to www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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Born: February 8, 1943
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Vicky (Mortensen) Massengale posted on 9/20/13

Connie my heart goes out to you and your kids. If I can help in any way let me know. Sorry I cannot attend his memorial service. Call me sometime (801)-726-2373 we have a lot of catching up to do.Also my family sends their love.>

 

Kathryn Nygaard posted on 9/19/13

My sincerest condolence to Coop's Family & Friends. I had the privilege of working with Coop for a few years at Citi. He always had a smile for all who knew him. In his position he helped me out Greatly on many occasions, not because he had to but because his heart was huge and being happy and helpful seemed to just come natural to him. There were stressful days in which his smile was the only one I would see that day, and it gave me hope that I could turn that stressful day around. He was a wonderful man, I am a better person for having known him. May God Bless You All as you go through this difficult time!

 

Adrienne Peters posted on 9/18/13

I had the privilege of working with Coop for several years. Though we were on opposite sides of the country I have many fond memories of him and his sense of humor. He will be remembered with fondness. Please accept my prayers during this time of grief .

 

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