May 4, 1923 - March 29, 2012
Cooper, Lucy Loving mother of Terry C. Cooper, Kenneth W. Cooper and Rhonda S. Hill. Beloved grandmother of Ryan M. Hill and Bradley J. (Lindsey) Hill. Great-grandmother of Maxwell L. Hill and baby Hill expected in April. Sister of Rhonda Mobley and Ernest Hedge. Passed away March 29, 2012 at the age of 88. Visitation will be held Tuesday at Hodapp Funeral Home, 8815 Cincinnati-Columbus Rd. (Rt. 42), West Chester, OH 45069 from 11:00 a.m. until time of funeral service at 12 noon.
just wanted to express my sympathy to the family in the loss of your dear sweet mother. She was one of a kind..
Dear Terry, Kenny and Rhonda,
I will always remember Aunt Lucy as my Mother’s, Dovie Alice, baby sister. How many times did I hear my Mother say with pride there were 13 of us and all still living. One by one they have gone leaving us with sweet memories and their Love.
“When the spirit grives for what it has lost, the soul rejoices for what it has left”
You are in my thoughts and in my prayers.
Bonnie and Art and family
Rhonda, So Sorry to here that your mother passed away. My God help you in your healing.Sending Prayers to all your family. Love you, Bea
Hey, I just thought I’d better tell u who I am. U all call me “Tina”. I’m Myrtle Burchett’s oldest child. Your Grandmother Fannie was my grandma’s sister, Martha. We live up here by the Carter Caves. Come and see us sometime. Don’t forget to take the phone number down. Russell gave me the wrong # for Terry. Never did get the right one.
Terry and all,
Am so sorry to hear about Lucy!
We loved her very much and u know Terry that I loved her peanut butter candy. So glad we got to come to the reunion last yr. and yr. before. Can’t believe that they both died so close together. Mom said they were always close to one another growing up. My stupid wheel bearing still isn’t fixed. that’s why we couldn’t come to Russell’s. Can’t fix it until Wed. No one will wait on they’re money–no matter what. Let’s not lose touch. Call mom and me at (606)286-2884. We’re here most all the time. Rhonda, I truly hope this doesn’t set u back too much. I have lupus too. Don’t know if Lucy told u or not. I remember going to your wedding when we went to see Jess and Liddy. I was only 14 I think. You all take care and even though we don’t see each other, we still are blood and still love you all!!
Terry,Rhonda and Kenny, Aunt Lucy will always be in my heart. In the weeks ahead is hard but she gave us so much. I’ll always remember her hugs and stories she told. You never left your house without her fixing a meal. Growing up living so close to you was a blessing to me.
Know she is in a wonderful place without her pain.
Dear Cooper Family,
Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. May you find comfort in your loving memories, and in knowing that God is “near to those that are broken at heart; and those who are crushed in spirit he saves.” ( Psalm 34:18) While grief at the loss of Lucy is great, joy at receiving her back in the resurrection will be greater. (Mark 5:42) With deepest sympathy,
I send my deepest sympathies to all the family! She was well loved. I can remember her telling stories and giggling so hard.