Dianne Cooper

dianne cooper
Graveside services for Dianne R. Cooper, of Avinger, will be 1 PM, Wednesday, February 16, 2011 at Avinger Cemetery with Rev. Les Colley officiating and under the direction of Reeder-Davis Funeral Home, Inc. Mrs. Cooper was born on December 16, 1938 to Nevitt and Ruby Richardson and passed away on Saturday, February, 12, 2011 at a Gilmer care center. Survivors include husband Richard Cooper of Avinger; one son Richard Cooper Jr. from Plano; sister-in-law Jann Cooper from San Antonio; nephew and wife Jack and Julie Cooper from Fredricksburg. Mrs. Cooper will lie in state on Tuesday, February 15, 2011 and the family will receive friends from 6-8 PM at the funeral home in Hughes Springs. Online condolences can be made to www.reeder-davis.com.

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  1. I,ve always know you as Dick. I worked with Diane at Collin County Appr. District up till the time she retired. I thought the world of her.Lonnie and are the couple that brought the tile to you home in Plano for your newlake house. I have spoken to her and you a few times since you guys moved. I am so sorry that you and Dickey has lost her. It was always evident houw much she loved you and your son. I learned a few weeks ago about jow she has declined. Lois Sitez called me a few weeks ago and gave me phone number again.. I had plans to cll you monday to ask if I might her a visit even though I knew of her declining condition. I also learned of your medical condition of which I will be thinking of you. I met your mom a few times prior to her moving to the lake to be near you. I well remember when Diane's brother and hos girlfriend both passed away and when you lost your brother some years ago. She daily of you and Dickey. I called Eddie Bratton in Colorado twice this evening. First time to tell him of Diane's illness and a hour later of her passing away. Again, she has always been on my mind and in my heart. She is a special lady. I will be attending visitation Tues evening. I hope to tell you in person how much we loved her.Sincerely, Brenda Bowen

  2. Dick and Rick, please accept our deepest condolences. You and Dianne are such good friends to our family. I remember fondly our time in Plano with summers by our pool, climbing the tree in your front yard, Easter egg hunts in your backyard and the dinners she made for us. We will miss Dianne tremendously and she will always have a special place in our hearts. Unfortunately, we wont be able to attend any of the services, but please know you are all in our thoughts. Love, Taff & Ellen

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