Faye Ueckert Cooper

December 22, 1938March 20, 2013

Faye Ueckert Cooper passed away Wednesday, March 20, 2013, in a hospital in Midland, Texas. Faye was born Dec. 22, 1938, in Lubbock, Texas, to Chester and Jean Ueckert. Faye grew up in San Angelo where she went to school and graduated from San Angelo High School. After high school she went to North Texas State where she graduated. In 1974, Faye married the love of her life, Raymond Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper opened Cooper Interiors Furniture Store in the same year. Mrs. Cooper worked at Coopers and took great pride in the store. Faye is survived by her husband, Raymond Cooper; three daughters, Martha Specht, Sally Cooper and Alice Peters and husband Laron; and three grandchildren Amanda Simpler, Katherine Simpler and Brian Simpler. A private family graveside will be held at a later date. Family and friends can sign the online register book at


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Amelia Talamantez

March 28, 2013

Raymond and to the family sorry for your loss. Mrs. Cooper was a wondeful lady. May God give you all the strength to carry on. You are in my prayers.

Sammy C.

March 26, 2013

Faye had a beautiful unique voice. I can hear her now ... She used to talk about how proud she was of her husband Ray and her children. I will cherish her kind words and wisdom she would share with me.

Darla Moore McKissack

March 23, 2013

Sorry for your loss.She and Raymond were so nice to me when Clara, Roy Lesa and I would goto San Angelo to visit.Sally we would play together and spend the day.


March 22, 2013

My prayers are with the family...So sorry// Doris Doll Kerrville Tx..

Carolyn Ledet

March 22, 2013

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Juanita Baker

March 22, 2013

Faye Cooper was such a beautiful & elegant lady. We are so very sorry for her loss. Raymond & Faye were a great team. Their furniture graced the homes of some of the finest homes in Texas. The furniture they have offered has been of the highest quality, as they, themselves, have always been.
Many years ago I was priviledged to know Faye's daughter, Sally. We sang in the San Angelo Symphony Chorale together, & I send her my love & sympathy.
May God give Raymond strength & courage. We are so very sorry for his great loss. Raymond & Faye helped so many people, & she will be sorely missed. May God comfort this family during their loss.
Our love,
Juanita & Steve Baker
The Dan C. Cauthorn Family