Linda Cooper

Linda Lee Cooper (Toney)

Saturday, July 18th, 1942 - Wednesday, March 18th, 2020
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Linda Lee Toney Cooper born on July 18, 1942 in Carlisle, WV passed away on March 18, 2020. She was a very special person who had great compassion for people around her and treated everyone like family. She met and married the love of her life in Norfolk, VA when she was just 17 and spent the next several decades raising her family in Knotts Island, NC. Later in life, she and her husband moved back to her hometown to spend their golden years. Rekindling relationships with her sisters, brothers, and childhood friends was as if time had stood still. She was a member of the Mountain View Church of God and frequently attended the Christian Life Center. Linda’s faith in God was her guiding light in all of the joys and heartbreaks during her time here on earth and continued guide her home to be with the Lord.
Linda is survived by her husband of nearly 60 years, Marvin Cooper; two children, Sandy Marshall and her husband George of Virginia Beach, VA and Marty Cooper and his wife Linda of Ocala, FL; grandchildren April Cooper and Nicholas Marshall; great grandchildren Isaiah Creed and Ariel Cooper; sisters Sue Lively and Pat Everett; brothers Alfred “Buddy” Toney, Ronnie Toney, and Darrell Toney. She is reuniting with her son, John and parents Alfred and Elsie Toney.
Linda’s family would like to send a heartfelt thanks to all of the caregivers at the Hospice House for their love and gentle support during her final day. To Jennie Nichols, we are grateful to you for bringing sunshine into her life during her recent medical challenges.
Due to the current world crisis, we are not able to have a memorial service at this time. Plans will be communicated through this site when they are available.
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Posted at 06:36pm
I am Pam Cooper auntie Linda’s niece. My sister and I visited auntie and uncle in May of last year. We hadn’t seen them since we were kids. Auntie was so loving and kind as if time never passed. They told us many stories of the past that actually made us laugh and cry. She made us dinner because they didn’t want us to leave.
I had gotten a bit tired in the afternoon, she said Pam go lay in our bed, sleep on my side it’s more
She also wanted to send me home with something so She did, with a very pretty bracelet, dog figurine and a cross bell of which I cherish every single of them along with some great pictures I captured. I will miss my auntie deeply.


Posted at 02:01pm
I miss my maw maw so much right now. I never thought it would be this soon, I thought I could have at least 15 more years to have her in my life but things happen that we can’t control! I miss her dearly and will think of her with every decision that I make from now on knowing that she’s always watching me! I will always let Ariel and Isaiah know how wonderful she was and that she loved them so much too!

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