Elizabeth E. Cooper

1928 ∼ 2020

Karla Brown of Centerville, MA. wrote:

My deepest sympathy to her family. I met Liz through a friend and we became friends for life. I will miss her so much. My beautiful friend Liz was so full of life. She always made my day.We had many of laughs together. We enjoyed our Saturday’s watching the animal shows and talking about anything and having her homemade soup. We enjoyed getting ready for planting season and Christmas decorating.I will miss her wit and loving personality and everything about her. I believe she’s an angel now, watching over her family and friends and all animals she loved.❤️ She will always be in my heart❤️

Ethel LeFave of Forestdale wrote:

I was deeply saddened to hear of Liz's passing. I met Liz several years ago through her daughter Debbie. There was an 'instant' bond between Liz and I. Over the years, we grew closer and closer. I loved listening to all of her stories. The memory of her 'smile' will live on in my heart forever. R.I.P. my Friend ... Ethel Le Fave

HOMI S. COOPER of Cocoa Beach , Florida.My sincer wrote:

My heartfelt condolences to LIZ’s family at our great loss in her ascending to HEAVEN. She was a smart, super intelligent, loving mother and grandmother. Her grace and spirit will be with us forever. May she rest in eternal peace .Ameen, Ameen.

Lola M Wasson of Floral City . Fl. 35436 wrote:

My sweet friend Liz.. I will miss you... To Anita .Jackie and Debbie.please know my thoughts and prayers are with you ... Your mom and I were friends for 70 years. Rest In Peace dear Liz.

Diane Ferraro of Wilmington, NC wrote:

Liz was such a loving person and I was blessed to have her in my life, as well as my father’s. She was the only one that could handle him! She was a friend and second mother to me and I will never forget her. She brought joy wherever she was! My thoughts and prayers are with her family. Always, Diane

Meghan Lee of Mashpee Massachusetts wrote:

I am so sorry to hear the news of sweet Elizabeth, she was such an amazing woman. I always loved when she would come in to visit me at the salon to get her hair done. I will miss hearing all of her stories about her life, her love for fashion, her love for her family and her kitties as well. Sending lots of warm thoughts and love during this difficult time, her smile and humor will be greatly missed. -Meghan Lee

Linda Graziani of Fairview, PA wrote:

I enjoyed talking with Liz during our walking group.s walks and dinners. She was always so pleasant and we all admired her meticulous lawn and gardens. Her beautiful decorating skill was evident in her home. We all missed her when she moved from Fairview but knew she was happy to be near family. My condolences to all of you.

Richard Hedberg of Spring Grove, Il wrote:

I remember visiting with my wife (Carol Bihlmeier) Elizabeth was a charming lady. After Carol pass, we had great occasional phone calls May she rest in God’s hands Dick Hedberg