Aycock at Tradition

12571 Tradition Parkway, Port St. Lucie, FL


Justin Maxwell Cooper

June 8, 1997June 22, 2020

It is with unsurmountable sadness and grief that we announce the passing of Justin Maxwell Cooper, 23 years old.

Justin was loved by many and will be sorely missed. He was a talented artist with a unique style, a quick wit, and a loving soul.

Known as “Cooper” to his friends, Justin’s memory will live on in the hearts and minds of those who’s lives he touched. We need to “live our best lives” for him to carry his presence in our soul forever. It’s what he would have wanted.

Leaving behind a Mommy and Nana and Papa with an emptiness that can never be filled, Justin was a beloved son, grandson, nephew, and (recently) a cousin, as well as a sensitive friend and successful entrepreneur (DAMACY). This indescribable hole in our hearts is so deep.

Please feel free to join us in memorial as we share in the mourning of Justin’s passing and celebration of his life on Wednesday, July 1st 2020 for a Memorial Service at Aycock at Tradition, 12571 Tradition Pkwy, Port St. Lucie, FL 34987 4:00 to 7:00 pm

If anyone would like to make a donation in Justin’s honor, the family requests checks be made to Plant-A-Seed Ministries (memo: Justin Cooper Scholarship Fund) Plant A Seed Ministries, P.O. Box 7629 Port St. Lucie, FL 34985.


  • Celebration of Life

    Wednesday, July 1, 2020


Justin Maxwell Cooper

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Carol Shamis

July 6, 2020

Justin worked for me for awhile. He was so talented in his art. My heartfelt prayers and condolences to his family.

Kelly Mccabe

July 1, 2020

Thank you for all of the memories, all of the shenanigans, the good times and the bad times- to tattoos, endless sleepovers, to shaving off that big curly fro in the front yard- you never did let the nickname gir go, and I’ll always hold those years in the highest regard. I could always only smile with you around and I sure as hell wish we were back to those days.. Rest easy Coop. Best wishes for your family.

Desiree Gerhard

July 1, 2020

I love you buddy, you were an awesome little brother to me and my family, love you always, d ray, dani, max, becki

Desiree Gerhard

July 1, 2020

I love you buddy, you were a good brother to me and my family we all love you very deeply. Forever in our hearts, d ray, dani, max, and becki

Ashli Nicole

July 1, 2020

Justin, I just seen you not too long ago, I honestly can’t believe you’re gone. We’ve had some bad ass memories, I’ll always love you brother. Rest easy, say hi to momma for me. I love you

Yuri Neto

June 29, 2020

Justin, I remember the times we had class together and rode the bus together in 5th grade. We used to always hang on the bus you, Jada, Wendy and I and whether it was just talking the whole time, listening to my iPod Nano, or walking in Tradition together, they were memories I cherish to this day. I’m sorry we lost touch and never got to catch up after all this time man and there’s no real excuse for why I never did hit you up to see how our lives had changed over so much time but I really wish I did. But knowing you, you were probably enjoying life to the fullest like you did even when we were kids. Rest easy buddy.

Madelaine Cooper

June 28, 2020

Justin loved to visit for tacos and to play cards. I taught him how to play hold'em and we would each have chips. He was great at bluffing and enjoyed winning. He was a pretty good pool player as well. We would listen to his favorite music while we played.
We both shared a love for the arts. Justin was an original when it came to design and media.He had his own brand on Instagram and website. He also had many followers .
He could take a second hand item and make it his own design with an airbrush or sewing machine. I was so very proud of his productions.
Justin will live on in my heart forever 🦋

Summer Owens

June 27, 2020

Cooper, the times we shared were some of the best memories I have. You were one of my first friends when I moved to Florida, and you always knew how to make all of us laugh. I will miss you always. Make sure to kick it with Alex while you’re up there. Love you man.

Charles Hebert

June 27, 2020

My Heart aches for you, Jenn, Maddy, and Grandpa.. all the family and friends touched by this loss, and this extended family we have subscribed to.
The Universe, brings us life, in the formation of our children.
With Pain and a Push, we welcome them to this world. We become
considerate adults at this very moment. There is No turning back.
We celebrate their first moments.. first words, first steps..and first Loves.
There's some of us, and I'll never know why, who have to say goodbye... way too soon. It's Out of Order. It's Foreign to us.
And, Oh so Real..
Coop, may the Light given to you by Mom, burn for you Eternal.

Tyler Whitman

June 27, 2020

Ill miss you forever brother. Say hi to my momma for me.