In Memory

Glenn Cooper

Glenn Cooper



 
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04/08/20 08:46 AM #7    

Lynn Stott


04/08/20 08:49 AM #8    

Lynn Stott


04/08/20 08:52 AM #9    

Lynn Stott


04/08/20 08:54 AM #10    

Lynn Stott


04/08/20 08:57 AM #11    

Lynn Stott

My brother Tom, Roni, and I are very sad to hear of Glenn's passing. He was such a nice person! Everyone liked him and this is a great loss to our Palmyra Class..... - Lynn

 


04/08/20 12:30 PM #12    

Alfred Dorsey (Dorsey)

Glenn and I always had fun: cuttin-up; crackin-up; and Drinking up. In our athletic endeavors he always beat me in track; beat me in football and now he has beat me to his REWARD! Glenn kept the course and he finished the race! 

PEACE, LOVE, SOUL my brother! 

 


04/08/20 02:48 PM #13    

Thomas Fries (Fries)

Sorry to hear about another loss to our class. Valerie and I had a good time with Glenn and Talbert at the last reunion. He will be missed. 


04/08/20 03:38 PM #14    

Glenn Bacon (Bacon)

I didn't have the privilege of knowing Glenn/Coop as an adult, but have only great memories of him as a classmate.  Glenn had a sharp mind, a dry sense of humor and distinctive laugh.  Coop was an awesome  athlete, and I knew he would be straight with me about things when needed (not very often).  My thoughts and prayers for his family and friends.

GB


04/08/20 07:10 PM #15    

Vince Cooper

    What a sad loss. As we can all see by the various comments, Glenn was indeed a good guy, as well as a good athlete. I was fortunate to see Glenn on some occasions while watching our children or grandchildren playing pee wee football. It was always so easy to talk with Glenn. My thoughts and prayers are with his many friends and family. Rest in peace!

   Vince


04/08/20 08:00 PM #16    

Gerry Huesken

So sad to hear this news.  Coop was a great teammate and person.  I always enjoyed sharing stories with him about PHS at our reunions.  My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.  I hope it is of great comfort to them that Coop was thought of so highly by his friends and classmates.  Stay well, Gerry Huesken


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