D.O. McComb & Sons Funeral Homes - Pine Valley

1320 E. Dupont Road, Fort Wayne, IN


Alfred Dwight Cooper

April 18, 1932February 6, 2020

Alfred Dwight Cooper was born on April 18, 1932 and passed away on February 6, 2020.


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Marsha Soderquist-Broyles

February 12, 2020

It is so sad to hear about Dwight Cooper. He was such a main party of growing up in North Highlands Church of Christ. The most friendliest, caring, Loving a young person could ever ask for in a role model.
I am so honored to have Jesus put the Cooper family in my life. My parents knew him much better, but I still remember all the hugs and teasing. The world has lost a great Solider for Christ, but Heaven has a wonderful new Angel😇!

Brett Molitor

February 10, 2020

Prayers and condolences to the family and Al. I worked with Al at GM and glad that I met him. He was always a positive attitude and worked hard for 10 years saving money to retire. We have many memories of the crew keeping the line running and fixing it. RIP Al !!

Salvador Soto

February 10, 2020

Your smile, your peace in your face, man of wisdom, excellent father, a tremendous help to Brett (Elvis plersley) confirms how amezing God is! And how much God loves this country!! Ended!! Valentine day, every 5 de Mayo, our family and cebollas Mexican grill will miss you my friend!!!!! But will remember you with a smile!!! Our prayers will go to ur family!!! In Jesus name!!!! Amen!!!!

Wanda Mason

February 9, 2020

I will always remember the fun times at Brent's shows and on the cruise. My heart goes out to Melody, Elaine, Brent and all the rest of the family that loves him so much. Wish I could be there with all of you. God bless all of you. The world needs more good Christian men like Dwight. Those who Believe will see him again.

Steven Wellman

February 8, 2020

Dear Brent, Dawn, and The Cooper Family,

Lisa and I are thinking of you and all are in our thoughts and prayers. I shall always remember his voice...

It was his voice
I shall remember
A bold
Gentle gem
Brilliant baritone
Soulfully spirited
Harmonizing hallelujahs
All for the glory of God...

Hear, O Lord, when I cry with my voice, And be gracious to me and answer me.

Psalm 27:7

~Steven T. Wellman

Mitzi Weldishofer

February 8, 2020

What Great loving man he was. He will always be on my list of men I admired. Such a friend that always had time for you and just to say hi. He will be so greatly missed to so many of us. To all of the family, your are in my thoughts and many prayers to you. Let the Lord wrap his loving arms around you and comfort you in this time of sorrow. love to you all

Jeff Fisher

February 7, 2020

For the Cooper family,
I offer my sincerest condolences.
Dwight was always such an awesome part of my time at NHCC.
I loved that man.

Shirley Wells

February 7, 2020

Dear Brent, Dawn, and family: My sympathy on your loss. Love and peace be with you during this time. I know Christ will be with you also. Such a very special man. I was blessed to have known him as anyone else. Prayers 🙏 and hugs to you and your family. Love... Shirley Wells


February 7, 2020

There was always something about Grandpa's voice when he spoke the word of God or said a prayer. He was gentle yet bold; honest yet subtle; every word spoken with conviction. You couldn't help but to listen with your whole heart. Besides his way with words and having so much wisdom, he had a sense of humor like no other. Whether he was trying to dip his finger in your beverage "to sweeten it up" or telling one of his corny jokes, he would have you laughing. Our world will not be the same without him but he gives us all something to strive for.

Sharon Doan

February 7, 2020

Brent and Family,I hope that our Lord brings you and your family the much needed peace during this sad time. Remembering his wonderful and gentle soul will forever remain in your hearts.May he rest in peace!My condolences to you and your family.Sherry Doan.