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Russell John Cook

11 février 195229 septembre 2020

Russell John Cook, 68, Fulton, MO, passed away Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at the University Hospital in Columbia, MO.

Russell was born on February 11, 1952 in Peoria, IL the son of Harry and Patricia (O’Leary) Cook who preceded him in death. He was a veteran of the US Army serving in the Vietnam War. Russ worked for O’Reilly Auto Parts in Fulton, MO, retiring in 2017. He enjoyed riding his motorcycles and collecting guns.

Survivors include: one son, Eric Cook (Sabrina) of Lebanon, MO; three daughters, Kristen Cook of Hollister, MO, Anessa Richardson (Scott) of Springfield, MO and Victoria Cook of Fulton, MO; nine grandchildren, Alyssa, Chelsea, Maximus, Kody, Kelli, Chance, Ayden, Cullen and Ollie and three great-grandchildren, Adalynn, Lilah and Phoenix. He was also preceded in death by two granddaughters, Mia and Ellie and one great-granddaughter, Harper.

Graveside services and military honors will be held on Friday, October 9, 2020 at 2:00 pm at Missouri Veterans Cemetery in Jacksonville, MO with Bro. Joey Owens officiating.

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Ellen Duckworth

6 octobre , 2020

We meet at Church and he quickly stole the hearts of my grandchildren. Russ became not only a friend but part of our family. We loved having him to come out of dinners and shooting guns with my kids. I enjoyed making him lemon pies.
I finally got up the nerve to tell my Elizabeth, 6 years old , that Russ had passed. She loves him so. Her response fills my heart.
I told her that Russ passed away and Jesus took him home. She was quite and almost crying when she stopped and said ...Alright wait a minute...Alright wait... My Russ went to Jesus....My Ron is there... Right? I said yes that’s right. She was crying a little and said okay it okay. We will see them when Jesus calls us home. I miss them but it’s okay.

Donna Stern

2 octobre , 2020

He was one of the nicest people I’ve ever met. He always made me feel welcomed at church. This breaks my heart. I will think of him often and he’ll never die. So sorry for the family and friends’ loss. I will keep you in my prayers.

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