Stephan Clayton Cooper

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Funeral services for Stephan C. Cooper, Sr. are scheduled for 2 p.m. Monday December 19, 2011 at Lone Star Baptist Church. Mr. Cooper died December 16, 2011 in Austin, Texas. Mr. Cooper grew up in Longview and graduated from Longview High School and East Texas Baptist College in Marshall, Texas. Steve moved to Lone Star TX and worked for A&A Coating for many years. He also had a tax preparation and bookkeeping business. He was a member of Lone Star Baptist Church in Lone Star. A loving husband, father and grandfather, he is survived by his wife Shelley of Austin, a daughter Lisa Ross of Dale City, OK ; a son Stephan Clayton Cooper Jr. of Austin; a brother and sister-in-law George E. and Sarah Cooper Jr. of Frisco TX, two sisters Carolyn Cooper of Houston and Cindy Cooper of Fort Worth, TX.; two grandsons Indiana Cooper, Max Cooper and one granddaughter Maya Cooper. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made to the Alzheimers Association., 225 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60601.

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  1. Dear Mrs. Cooper,Please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your beloved husband. I am so sorry for this dreadful disease and its impact on Stephen. I know how deeply challenged you have been in providing his care and comfort and I can honestly tell you, you did a remarkable job. You showed him love and kindness and provided for all his needs in a manner that goes beyond the ordinary. You truly honored your vows and your love for each other. You and your family will remain in my thought and prayers,Most sincerely,Tam Cummings

  2. Our deepest sympathy for your loss. Perhaps he and Joe are together now hashing over the "good old" days. I remember hearing Steve sing and what a gift he had. May God be your strength in the days ahead.

  3. Shelly and Family – So sorry for the loss of husband, father, grandfather and friend to many. He was a wonderful man and we are so sorry we did not know until today. You and your family are in our prayers. Bill and Debbie Supan

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