OBITUARY

Sandra Lee Cooper

August 2, 1946April 1, 2018
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Mrs. Sandra L. Cooper, 71, entered into rest on Sunday, April 1, 2018.

Mrs. Cooper was the Past Commander of the American Legion Women's Auxillary Post 2.

Mrs. Cooper is survived by her loving husband, Penn Cooper; 3 children; 1 granddaughter, 2 great-grandsons, and 4 great-granddaughters.

The family will receive friends on Tuesday, April 3, 2018 from 5-7 at Elliott Sons Funeral Home on Lumpkin Road. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 10am at the Lumpkin Road Chapel of Elliott Sons Funeral Home with Dr. Pauline Hughes officiating.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, April 3, 2018
  • Funeral Services Wednesday, April 4, 2018
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Sandra Lee Cooper

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Peyton Sizemore

August 27, 2018

Oh my gosh nana please forgive us all for not writing anything about your birthday on this website. Just know that you have been on my mind a lot lately. I’m just gonna say this now, but your my favorite memory about this world. And thank you so much for always being there on my side for me and this whole family with all of this crazy stuff going on. By that I mean My Mother aka Jessica Lee but good people forgive other people like her but I don’t think I’m ready for forgiveness quite yet. But do forgive her mother she didn’t know that her own daughter would turn into whatever you would call her. Just know that I love you and hope to visit you again soon. Love you so much and thank you for giving me your beautiful, wonderful, grateful family of yours.

Your’s forever,
Peyton XOXO 💋❤️💗

Peyton Sizemore

May 9, 2018

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY NANAPIE!!!!! I love you so very much and I can’t believe you and Granddaddy went on being married for 56 years. You know, y’all should earn a price for being married for such a long time. Granddaddy and your BEAUTIFUL, SWEET, CARING granddaughter went out and did some things to celebrate it. And I’m glad they did because before it Granddaddy was very depressed because he missed you, we all do but now since they did something together like y’all used to, it seems that it has made Granddaddy a lot more happier! I’m gonna say because he knows that he can keep the tradition alive and that even though your not visible, your still there! Love ya mwah!

-Always and Forever Peyton 💕❤️💕

Kelly Ross

May 8, 2018

Mom, Happy Anniversary!!! I love and miss you with all of my heart !!!! I lost my best friend, Mother, and now you are my guardian angel. You are no longer suffering I and you are home now looking down at all of us with your beautiful smile. God has you!!!!! I love you Mom!!!!!











Peyton Sizemore

May 7, 2018

I was a relative to Sandra Cooper AKA NanaPie. I was a great-granddaughter to her, and every night I think of how lucky I was to have her, to have a great-grandmother in general! I miss her so much, and I know I only knew her for about 3 years I knew deep down that Nana had loved me like she knew me since I was just a couple months. At least I know now that she isn’t hurting anymore and that she will be with me every step of my life. I bet you that Nana is looking down and thinking to herself “Look at the family we started,” and by “we” I mean her and Granddaddy. I know I’m not the only one who has thought of this but, is it wrong that I wish that it was all an April Fools Joke. If only she knew how much I love her, how much I miss her, how much I appreciated her.

Penn Cooper Sr

April 20, 2018

A million memories of the love of my life, a wonderful woman, mother and wife. My heart goes with you my love. Rest in peace in God's arms.

Preston Breece

April 7, 2018

She was my nana sadly she passed she ment a lot to me it was her time she was loving caring nice sweet generous and much more I one of her grandsons I’m Preston she’s in a better place it is so hard to let go but it’s the time...

Debra Bent

April 3, 2018

Oh my heart... the memory and love for my dear Aunt Sandy will live in my heart forever. I cannot believe she's passed along; I guess I hoped she'd always be here. She was my comfort and rock, motherly adviser; she strengthened me and lifted me up. I love her and will miss her greatly and I will listen for her voice. I feel she'll be my guiding angel. God has removed her pain, freed her from the suffering of cancer, and brought her to peace. That brings me peace. Now, there's another angel in heaven, named Sandy, and there’s a great reunion happening now. Hallelujah!

She raised and anchored a wonderful family and I am happy to be her niece; she was my Auntie-Mum. Though years and miles have passed so quickly, I want the family to know how much I love her, Uncle Lee and them all. I hold you dear in my heart! I am here for you!

God Bless You, Keep You, and Give You Peace!

Love you,
Debbie (Debra Lorraine Thornton) Bent

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Biography

Mrs. Sandra L. Cooper, 71, entered into rest on Sunday, April 1, 2018.

Mrs. Cooper was the Past Commander of the American Legion Women's Auxillary Post 2.

Mrs. Cooper is survived by her loving husband, Penn Cooper; 3 children; 1 granddaughter, 2 great-grandsons, and 4 great-granddaughters.

The family will receive friends on Tuesday, April 3, 2018 from 5-7 at Elliott Sons Funeral Home on Lumpkin Road. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 10am at the Lumpkin Road Chapel of Elliott Sons Funeral Home with Dr. Pauline Hughes officiating.