Cary L Cooper

June 27, 1942March 6, 2018

Cary Lynne Cooper, 75, of Olympia, WA, passed away at home Tuesday March 6, surrounded by her family. She was born in Deer Lodge, MT on June 27, 1942. Cary graduated from North Thurston High School in 1960. She was married to A. Loren Cooper for 57 years. She had a passion for gardening, her grandchildren, and the Lord. She is survived by her husband; four children: Dave (Micki); Debbie Warner (Rob); Mike (Taryn); Shelly Wilson (Curt); 11 Grandchildren: Amanda (Nate), Kyle, Josiah, Mackenzie, Kaden, Sarah, Lauren, Marcus, Camryn, Taryn, Emily; great-grandson Bennett; and two Sisters: Nancy Shea, Gloria Orcutt. Her memorial service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, March 18, at the Tumwater High School Performing Arts Center.


  • Memorial Service Sunday, March 18, 2018

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Joyce Brown

March 17, 2018

I was so happy that we were able to meet for lunch in Olympia in September. Cary and I re-connected on Facebook many years after high school graduation. We tried to get together several times and finally made it in 2017. Sweet as always, the first thing she said was, "Joyce, I would have recognized you anywhere." Fifty-seven years after graduation???
---Joyce Russell Brown

Charlene (Hudson) Pfister

March 13, 2018

So sorry to get this news of Cary's passing, and my heart and prayers go out to Loren and the family for the loss of this amazing and beautiful woman. I am thankful for the afternoon I got to spend with Cary and Janet not long ago when we had lunch together here in Leavenworth. It is comforting to know where Cary is now, and that for those of us who know Jesus, we will see her again.

Betty Mullen McCaffrey

March 12, 2018

David,Mike,Shelly, Debbie, all the Grands, and Bennett, I feel I know you all through stories told to me by both Cary and Loren. Please accept my Deepest Sympathy.

Your work on earth is done, Cary, R I P, Dearest One

Janet Asbjornsen

March 12, 2018

I have been a friend of Cary for 70 years. Cary, Judy, Betty and I were best friends and shared so many good and fun times. Our love of horses and playing softball were just a few. We stayed close even though we went in different directions with our lives. Our trips in later years and getting together and planning for our school reunions were so much fun. I will miss her so much as I always felt so much better after our visits. She just was special. Thank you Cooper family for sharing her with us.

Peggy Bryenton

March 10, 2018

Thane and I are so sorry for your loss. As you have heard many times, Cary was a wonderful, kind, funny, hardworking woman. I had the pleasure of working with her for many years at Dr. Reeves Blood Pressure Clinic. I will always remember her most fondly with her bright blue eyes and ever smiling face.