Jimmy Lee Cooper

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Jimmy Lee Cooper

September 08, 1970 - April 28, 2018

Jimmy Lee Cooper, 47, of Haywood, was born on September 8, 1970, in Ada, to Tommy Cooper and Linda Nunn Cooper.
He passed from this life on April 28, 2018, near Longtown.
Memorial services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Cowboy Church on 31 Highway.
Jimmy worked for the city of McAlester for 17 years and the welding shop at McAlester Army Ammunition Plant for the last 10 years.
He lived in this area for most of his life and loved the people here.
He graduated from Stuart High School in 1988. He left behind many "brothers" to him. He enjoyed riding his Harley with his brother, Tommy, and his friends.
His is survived by four children, Sarah Elizabeth Roscoe, of Broken Arrow, Garret Cooper, of Stuart, Whitney Conover, of McAlester, and Jordan Cooper, of McAlester; four grandchildren, Trevalynn Cooper, Kandon Johnson, Memphis Conover and Jackson Clark; three brothers, Tommy Cooper and wife, Jackie, and Martin Shane Cooper and wife, Cassie, all of McAlester, and Larry Cooper, of Maysville; two sisters, Mary Ann Huey, of Maysville, and Judy Booker, of Tulsa; a special sister-in-law, Denise Forkner; friend and mother of his children, Della Cooper; four nephews, Larry Thomas Cooper, of Maysville, Tommy Ray Cooper and wife, Erica, of Oklahoma City, and William Cooper, of McAlester; a special nephew, Rickey Nelson Cooper, who was raised like a brother, from McAlester; six nieces, Callie Cooper, of Roff, Susan Pope, of Maysville, Quincey and Kallie Scoggins, of McAlester, Lacy Nunez, of McAlester, and Stacy Hunt, of McAlester; his mom, Linda Cooper, and many uncles, aunts, cousins and lifelong friends.
He was preceded in death by his dad, Tommy Cooper; one brother, Bobby Cooper, and both sets of grandparents, John and Dolly Cooper and Hershel and Maude Nunn.
Published on May 11, 2018
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