Emanual David Cooper

Emanual D. Cooper, 58. Sunrise November 29, 1951 ��“ Sunset May 23, 2010. A 1969 graduate of East High School and a Veteran of The U.S. Marine Corp Recon Division serving during the Vietnam War. Emanual was employed at The State of Ohio OSU Medical Center as a System Operator. He was preceded in death by mother Lula Belle Cooper and brother Robert Cooper. Left to cherish his memory, wife Gwen Cooper, daughter Roschelle (Taalib) Richardson, sons David (Lasheba) Cooper, Brian Cooper, Brandon Cooper, Stepdaughter Maria (Dewayne) Lopes, stepsons Kevin Grier and RaShaan (Kelley) Grier, sisters Charlene Newlin, Verna (Sterling) Williams, and Julia (Stan) Gill, 10 grandchildren and a host of other family and friends.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Gwen and family:

    Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. Coop touched the lives of so many people at OSUMC. We miss him.

    As I said in a note to our department, we will never again hear the words "es;Good morning this is Coop"es; and yet I know that he is with us, is in a much better place and is no longer in pain. Coop made a difference. I am a better person because of our friendship.

  2. I had been thinking about Coop quite a bit lately. I worked with Coop for many years and I know that he will be greatly missed by the staff in the computer center. I retired 2 years ago and I always enjotyed visiting with Coop when I came in a lot of mornings. He was a nice guy and he'll be missed by many.

  3. Donald Benedict :

    Mr. Cooper,

    I will miss your warm smile ! You were very kind to everyone at OSU/MC !

  4. Shirley V Myles :

    To The Cooper Family…You all have my deepest sympathy for the loss of your loved one…I pray that God will give each of you the strength and the courage to get thru your time of sorrow….Gwen if there is anything I can do, even if you need someone to talk too, I will be there for you…You all have been in my prayers and will remain so…Take care and God bless….Luv, your friend Shirley

  5. Gwen,

    My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Your Huntington friends and colleagues want you to know we are here for you and have you in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless.


  6. Patti Myles Glascor :

    Dear Gwen
    I share in your sorrow and I know firsthand how hard it is right now, but look to our heavenly Father to comfort you and he will stay by your side. May all the memories of the love, joys, and blessings you and David shared be your source of inner strength.

    Dear Brandon, Brian, (little) David, Roschelle, Maria, Kevin, RaShaan. may you be comforted by your Father's love, the lessons taught, the guidance given as you grieve your the loss of your father.

    Please remember that no matter what, God is there with all of you though it all


  7. Bonnie Shinaul-Crumbie :

    Hello Gwen,

    May you and your family find strength and reassurance in knowing that God has a special plan for each and every one of us in our lifetimes. The Lord chose Coop as our trailblazer, with his walking stick in hand (smiles), to lead the way. And, in God’s time, with smiles on our faces and gladness in our hearts, we will take his hand and follow the footsteps made by Coop.

    Until then, we will reverence in the memories and smile when we think of how much Coop made us laugh, how much we’ve learned from him, and how much pleasure he brought to us. We may even cry at times, for God has given us those human emotions. But rest assured Gwen, there is peace, comfort, happiness, and tranquility awaiting Coop and awaiting us all.

    We are here for you when you need us!!

  8. My most sincere condolences go out to his friends and family. I worked with Emanual for a long time at OSUMC. His presence will be missed.

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