- 25 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 19, 1989
- Date of passing: Feb 22, 2015
|Let the memory of Valerie be with us forever|
Ms. Valerie Shavon Cooper, was born at Bullock County Hospital in Union Springs, Alabama on August 19, 1989 to Mr. Tommy Lee Cooper and Mrs. Darlean Cooper.
Valerie departed this life Sunday, February 22, 2015, in Roswell, Georgia on Holcombe Bridge Road.
A homegoing celebration was held Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. from the sanctuary of First Missionary Baptist Church with Rev. Gary Lewis Pastor, officiating. Words of comfort were delivered by Rev. Henry Streeter, Pastor of Hayes Hill Baptist Church and New Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church.
Interment followed immediately afterwards in the Perpetual Care Cemetery.
The staff of Carter Funeral Home is honored to have served the family of the late Ms. Valerie Shavon Cooper and join the family in an extreme expression of gratitude for the care and support extended to them during the illness and demise of their precious loved one.
"Hey friend. I was thinking about you today. I love you friend!!"
"Happy 27th birthday my love. I love you dearly friend."
"I miss you so much friend words can not express the feeling I feel the emptiness that my heart has. I love you dearly My Angel. I can not and will never forget you friend. All the memories we have. I can not bring myself to move out of my place because this is where we have so many memories. Every year for the past few years we have celebrated our birthdays together and the past two has been the hardest for me with out you here. I know you would not want me crying or down because you are not here, but it's so hard. I miss you like crazy. I miss my loving , caring , goofy friend. You are my best friend. I love you friend and miss you."
"Sending my condolences to the family of Valerie. Death is something that leaves hearts heavy with pain and sadness. That's why God has promised to rid the earth of death and its painful effects forever.-Revelation 21:3, 4. No one will ever have to worry about getting sick nor losing a loved one again. Until that day arrives, keep all fond memories of your loved one close to your mind and heart."
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