OBITUARY

Nancy Diane Cooper

August 6, 1948December 19, 2020
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Nancy Diane Cooper, age 72 of Arlington, passed away peacefully on December 19, 2020. She was born on August 6, 1948 in Hutchinson, Kansas, the daughter of Thomas Ivan Powers, Jr. and Del Ragland Powers. Nancy married James David Cooper and they celebrated 28 years of marriage together.

Nancy loved spending time outdoors, was an avid gardener, and enjoyed bird watching. She loved all animals, but especially those cats and dogs that were a part of her family. She was crafty and had an eye for interior designing, but also loved to collect antiques, especially dolls. Friends will remember Nancy as a classy and gracious lady who loved her family dearly. She had a great sense of humor and a warm smile that will be missed.

Nancy is survived by her husband James David; son Kyle McPherson and fiancée Lindsay Michaelis, daughter Cassie Frazer and husband Scott, and stepson Matt Bryant and wife Gray; grandchildren Makenna McPherson, Abby Frazer, and Dory Bryant; sister C.J. Witten and husband Alan; and her mother, Del Rockenbaugh.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, January 14, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, January 14, 2021

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Jason Byrd

January 14, 2021

i will always remember her cheerful personality, and her love for star bucks!, just a beautiful person!

Alan Witten

January 14, 2021

NANCY COOPER:
A loving and caring daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, a friend….to name a few of her titles.
She will always be with us---First, in memories during her lifetime….and then, forever in our memories after her death.
As her brother-in-law, I know she had unconditional love for her family, her friends…and, of course….her cats and dogs!
I feel that it is very important at this time to point out that Nancy had accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior and to know that she prayed that everyone in her family and her friends would be Saved too.
One day, she had mentioned that “eternity was a long time”……and, she said she prayed that her family and friends would choose wisely where we wanted to spend eternity and not put it off…because tomorrow is not promised to any of us….
Nancy chose wisely….and, she knows that she was…and is…loved…. and, that she will be remembered.
Alan Witten
Brother-in-Law

Glyna Vanlandingham

January 4, 2021

David, Our prayers are with you and your family during this time of grief. May God comfort and bless you.

Love always,
Glyna, Van, and Josh

Tammie and Marvin Compton

January 2, 2021

Nancy was a Beautiful Lady inside and out. Marvin and I Loved her Very Very much. We are so sorry for your loss. Prayers for the Family.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

Nancy's Grandparents; David and Ethel Matilda Dear Ragland with (front row) Shirley, Delpha (Del - Nancy's Mother), Wayne. Back row middle Eugene (Gene).

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Ethel Ragland (Nancy's Grandmother)

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Nancy's Grand Mother and Father with Del (on the left). Back row; Del, Wayne, Gene and Otis. Front Row; David Ragland, Ethel Ragland and Shirley

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Ethel Matilda Deal Ragland (front row right)

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David Ragland with chicken

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FROM THE FAMILY

Nancy's Grandparents; David and Ethel Matilda Dear Ragland with (front row) Shirley, Delpha (Del - Nancy's Mother), Wayne. Back row middle Eugene (Gene).

FROM THE FAMILY

Ethel Ragland (Nancy's Grandmother)

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Nancy's Grand Mother and Father with Del (on the left). Back row; Del, Wayne, Gene and Otis. Front Row; David Ragland, Ethel Ragland and Shirley

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Ethel Matilda Deal Ragland (front row right)

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David Ragland with chicken

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Ethel Ragland (on right) with unknown

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Ethel Ragland (back row third from the left) with unknown

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Claudia Jean and Nancy Diane Powers circa 1948-1949

FROM THE FAMILY

Late 1940's through the 1950's