William Edward Cooper

25 février , 194427 novembre , 2019

William (Bill) Edward Cooper was born on February 25, 1944 in San Diego, California the son of the late Edward A. and Joanne M. Williams Cooper. He grew up there. Bill graduated from Rapid City High School, Rapid City, South Dakota in 1962. In the fall of 1962, he came to Atlanta. He worked at various jobs and studied at Southern Institute of Technology. In 1966, he moved to Charlotte, NC. He worked in the converting department at Dillard Paper Company. At night, he took courses in Electrical Electronic Technology at Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, NC. In 1974, he became a Packaging Service Technician in Dillard Packaging Division. He continued in this position in a move to Atlanta in 1983. In 1990's Dillard Packaging became a part of Xpedx: a division of International Paper Company. In retirement, Bill enjoyed reading books, newspapers, etc. He enjoyed the quiet of his home with family and friends. He was preceded in death by his father, Edward A. Cooper; his mother, Joanne M Williams; and his sister, Bonnie Cooper Smith. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Mary Jane Cooper, Tucker, GA; his twin daughters, Shannon Cooper and Joanne Cooper both of Tucker, GA; his aunt, Dorothy C. Pierotti, Atlanta, GA. Bill was cremated and his ashes will be spread in the Pacific Ocean of the coast of San Diego. The memorial service will be held on Saturday, December 7 at 11 am at the Tucker First United Methodist Church, LaVista Rd., Tucker, GA. The family will receive friends from 10-11 am at the church.


  • Mary Jane Cooper, Wife
  • Shannon Cooper, Daughter
  • Joanne Cooper, Daughter
  • Dorothy C. Pierotti, Aunt
  • DONS

  • GA Tech-Development Office, Robert A. Pierotti Memorial Scholarship, College of Sciences
  • Tucker First United Methodist Church
  • Charity of your choice


  • Memorial Service samedi, 7 décembre , 2019
  • Visitation samedi, 7 décembre , 2019


William Edward Cooper


Ed Turlington

6 décembre , 2019

I was fortunate to have worked with Bill in the 80's and 90's. Whether the job was large or small we all knew we could depend on Bill to satisfy the customer. Bill really was a jack of all trades, yet he was a master at whatever category of packaging equipment he had to install or repair. Looking back, it's amazing the breadth of his experience and skills. Many of us who worked with Bill appreciate all he did to help us along our way. Bill taught us what we needed to know, he was always there for us when we needed him.

Ethel Bay

5 décembre , 2019

Mary Jane, Joanne and Shannon, because of my disabi;ities I cannot be with you at the Service Sat. but you are in my thoughts and prayers.I trust that time will heal your sorrow leaving you with many cherished memories. Love, Ethel