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Timothy Lee Cooper

Timothy Lee Cooper 49 of Logan departed this life Friday September 9, 2011 at his residence after a long illness. He was born May 5, 1962 at Logan a son of the late Albert Cooper Jr. and Virginia Osborne Cooper. He was the grandson of the late Johnson and Stella Lovejoy Cooper and Soleman and Gladys Barrnett Osborne. He was also preceded in death by a sister Jennifer and grandson Sabasian. Timothy was a retired self employed construction worker and of the Baptist faith. Survivors include 5 sons Timothy (Nikki) Cooper II of Verdunville, Johnny (Aleshia) Cooper, Joshua (Bethany) Cooper, Damian Cooper and Nathan Cooper all of Logan, 4 daughters Jennifer (Donald) Copley, Trinity Cooper and Shyanna Cooper all of Logan and Amber (Tommy) Adkins of Burlington, Ohio. His companion Sara Dillon, best friends Jim and Teresa Dillon, 5 brothers Albert (Pamela) Cooper of Aracoma, Roger (Joan) Cooper of Whitman, Ricky (Mary) Cooper and Jerry (Lyvonne) Cooper both of Ohio and Ronnie Cooper of Whitman, 7 grandchildren Timothy Cooper III, Toebe Cooper, Sarah Workman, Isaiah Smith, Brayden Adkins, Braxton Adkins and Jayden Cooper and a host of nieces and nephews. He will be sadly missed by his family and friends. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday September 15,2011 at 11:00 A.M. at the James Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Nick Blankenship officiating. Burial will follow in Highland Memory Gardens at Godby. Visitation will be from 6-9 P.M. Wednesday September 14, 2011 at James Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Albert Cooper Jr., Ralph Cooper, Roger Dale Cooper, Tommy Adkins, Donald Copley, Cornelius Murphy and Ricky Welch. Online condolences may be sent to www.jamesfh.com . James Funeral Home of Aracoma is in charge of the arrangements.

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