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Jacqueline Maureen Cooper

Jacqueline Maureen Cooper, 47 of  Phoenix,  passed away on November 22, 2012. She was born on December 11, 1964 in Memphis, Tennessee. She is survived by her mother Sylvia Isaacs, husband Jerry Canfield, daughter Michelle Edwards, brother George Cooper and 3 sisters Melanie Hansel, Irene Hobbs and Lauren Koch. Jackie was a loving, caring person who was always striving to better herself and those around her. She will always be in our hearts and will be missed terribly by all of her family and friends.
Memorial Service will be 1:00 p.m., Thursday,  November 29th at Best Funeral Services, 501 E Dunlap Ave Phoenix, AZ 85020.

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9 Memories to “Jacqueline Maureen Cooper”

  1. melanie hansel says:

    Jackie was a loving sister. She will deeply be missed and always a part of our family. we shared good memories of her. Even though her body is not here her spirit will live on.

  2. Lauren Koch says:

    My sister Jackie was a loving, caring person who always took the time to call me everyday to check on how I was doing. I miss hearing your voice. You will be deeply missed and never forgotten. I love you forever. RIP.

    Love always,
    Lauren Koch (sister)

  3. Jennifer Mccullom and The McCullom Family says:

    Our family was always the unique family Jackie stood out for her kindness. myself and Jackie have been through a lot of rough times but truly I will never forget her and every day I will miss her she was suffering God knew that and she was in pain he took her so she would stop being in pain she is now our guardian angel she is watching over us just like he is. There’s always a plan for somebody in life Jackie’s plan was to show everyone what a good heart is somebody that had such a great heart who was loving carrying and would do anything for anyone she never wanted anyone to be upset with her she would always try to be the quiet one in the group and just make it known that she was having a good day by saying hi to yourself. You will never be forgot Jackie. Your life will be celebrated through what you taught everybody else. Always and forever to eternity we will love you.

  4. wes and emily schroder says:

    Though we did not know Jacqueline, we are blessed to know
    Melanie and her love of God’s Word. Our condolences and prayers go
    out to Melanie and all her family.


  5. Sharon & Jim Brown says:

    After reading the sentiments above, I feel like I knew Jackie forever. Her caring heart touched all who knew her. Isn’t that the legacy we all should leave? After all, it’s not about how much money we have, what car we drive, how big our house is, what kind of electronic gadgets we have or the “Title” we achieve professionally. It all boils down to…Did we Love?
    Jackie obviously did. Her legacy will live on and in her death she inspires me to carry on that legacy……….

  6. Gail and Dan Geer says:

    We never had the privilege of meeting Jacqueline or the family other than Melanie and her husband John. We will be praying for you and your family, Melanie as you go through this difficult time.
    May God bring comfort to all.
    Gail and Dan

  7. Irene Hobbs (sister) says:

    My sister Jacqueline Maureen Cooper was a great caring and spiritual person. She will never be forgotten. She was in constant pain and had ailments every day. She was the middle man so to speak between all of the sisters and my mom and kept track of everyones life in the family. I will miss her terribly and I love her so much. The communication I will miss the most – we spoke on a daily basis and gave each other support in anything that was going on. I know she is at peace now with her high GOD and she is smiling down on me at all times and she is free.

  8. Rus & Nina Franklin says:

    The love shown to Jackie by all around her speaks volumes to the love she showed others during her life. We pray God’s gifts of comfort and peace will be visited upon all who knew her. Death is a part of life; but rather than the end, it is the beginning of a new journey that we all must walk. Savor the memories of your loved one, as they will comfort you until you meet again.

    1 Corinthians 15:54 states, “When the perishable has been clothed with the imperishable, and the mortal with immortality, then the saying that is written will come true: “Death has been swallowed up in victory.”

  9. John Hansel says:

    Jackie is a wonderful person and will deeply be missed.We missed the constant phone calls when she wants to go to the store, pharmacy or even to come over to our house to do wash. She fell in love with our washers and dryers.She did not like doing laundry at her own apartments, because the washers would nott fill up all the way with water. I know she wanted things her own way, but she was always open for new ideals. She will always be in hearts forever and her spirit and legacy will live on forever.

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