Barbara Lynn Cook
April 26, 1956 – March 31, 2021
Barbara Lynn Cook (nee Dompier), age 64, of Middleburg Hts, Ohio passed away, surrounded by family, on Wednesday , March 31, 2021. Barbara was born April 26, 1956 in Cleveland, OH.
Dearly beloved wife of Bradley J. Cook of Middleburg Hts., loving mother of Justin J. Cook of Middleburg Hts., and Cory A. Cook (wife, Jackie) of Olmstead Township, dearest daughter of W. H. Dompier and Mary Elizabeth Dompier (nee Schulte) (both deceased), loving sister of Doug Dompier (wife, Jeanie) of North Carolina, Ron Dompier of Ohio, Tom Dompier of Texas, and Scott Dompier (wife, Denise) of Ohio, Don Dompier of Massachusetts, and Debra Cogar of Ohio, dear aunt of David Dompier (wife Adriane) of North Carolina, Kim Dompier of Ohio, and Shelly Dompier Mulanax (husband, Jerome) of Texas, and dear friend of many.
A private Celebration of Life was held by the family. Friends will be contacted about a future celebration.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.craciunfuneralhome.com for the Cook family.
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Barbara Lynn Cook
April 20, 2021
I was very sorry to hear that Barb passed away. I knew her when she was a member of the Middleburg Hts. Womens Club some time ago. I live on Paula Drive and always passed by her house on Smith Rd. and thought of her.
My deepest sympathy to her family.
April 18, 2021
I remember Barb very well from her years with Middleburg Hts Women’s Club. She was always SO much fun to be with and I certainly was bummed when she left the club to pursue other things!
Driving past the house, I always wondered what’s going on w Barb these days!
I’m very saddened to hear of her passing...
April 7, 2021
My favorite memory of Barb is when we moved in next door in 2001. She saw a family with a lot of kids and trusted us to have a key to the house and feed the cats while they were gone for a few days, even though we barely knew them. I was amazed by her trust in humanity, and I knew right away that she was an awesome person.
April 2, 2021
Brad, Justin and Cory You have our love, support and deepest sympathy at this time of sorrow.
Barb gave it her all fought hard that's what I admired about her she was a tough cookie that kept it real but also a caring tender hearted woman wife and mommy.
The last time we were together at Cory's we had such a nice time being with her and her family listening to their childhood stories reminiscing about yesterday's many years before about all those kids living under the same roof and the stuff they did.
Eva and I loved listening.
You guys are family to us and Barb passing hurts us deeply as does your sadness.
We get one shot in life, all that really matters is the time we spend together, the love we share the memories we create and the bonds that not even death can break because in the end that's all we have and take with us.
Stay strong my friends remember and cherish the magnificent beauty of Barb the wife and mom until you meet again.
Richard and Eva Schwartz
April 2, 2021
Moved to Ohio from California in 1991. Little did I know that the family across the yard would be in my life forever. I remember the parties, the basketball court and the pool. Barb was a great woman, with a great husband and two wonderful sons! I can only imagine the emotional pain you 3 wonderful men are going through. Take comfort in the fact that she is up in Heaven, feeling no pain and with no ailments. God Bless You all, Mr. Cook, Justin & Cory. My deepest condolences with the utmost love and respect.