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Bobbie Jean Boyd Cooper
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Birth: Jan. 19, 1930
Death: Jun. 28, 1992

Parents:
M V and Bessie Odom

Sisters:
Ruby Phillips
Martha Bowers
Mamie Shane
Irma Stafford
Wilma Stafford

Brothers:
H C odom
Junior Odom
Ralph Odom
Bernerd Odom

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Married: Martin Eugene "Bud" Cooper, Jr.

Children:
James G. Boyd
Terry Allen Boyd
Deborah Lynn Cooper Marshall
Martin Eugene Cooper III
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Bobbie Jean was a loving wife and a doting mother. She loved her family; in return, her family loved her dearly. She loved her grandchildren and doted on them, as well.

She had many friends and they shared lots of laughter in her home. She could tell the best stories and one never got turned of hearing them. Everyone that met Bobbie Jean Cooper fell in love with her. She was a lot like Lucy. Funny and a kind hearted caring person.

I loved watching her getting ready to tell a funny story or a joke. She had an awesome sense of humor and you could always tell it was going to be a good one by watching her face. Her lips would curl up on each side and then you would see a twinkle in her eyes.

Aunt Bobbie Jean kept a spotless house even after working the nightshift at Kimberley-Clark. She would go to work and then come home, clean house, cook for her family and always seem to have energy.

She was a member of McLemore Chapter Order of the Eastern Star in Memphis, TN.

Bobbie Jean was more to me than an Aunt. After my parents divorced she opened her home to my dad and me until we found a house. She was like a second mother to me. After we found a house she helped me decorate it and it became a home.

Aunt Bobbie Jean taught me some of her famous recipes. The only one she would not share was her carrot cake. I would sit and watch her grate carrots and watch her add spices, eggs, flour until I was able to make it. Of course, my carrot cake was not as good as hers, but it ran a close second. :-)
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For memorial of other Kimberly-Clark employees, click ~> Kimberly-Clark Memphis Mill

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Burial:
Crittenden Memorial Park
Marion
Crittenden County
Arkansas, USA
 
Maintained by: Peace, Comfort and Hugs,...
Originally Created by: Carole McCaig
Record added: May 30, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37695587
Bobbie Jean <i>Boyd</i> Cooper
Added by: Peace, Comfort and Hugs, Brenda & Wendy
 
Bobbie Jean <i>Boyd</i> Cooper
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- Love, Brenda
 Added: May. 19, 2012

- Peace, Comfort and Hugs, Brenda & Wendy
 Added: Jan. 2, 2012
Since you left; the closing of another year is upon us.. Thank you for all the cherished memories; you left us, to hold close to our hearts. Until we meet again.. Peace, love and hugs,
- Brenda
 Added: Dec. 28, 2011
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