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David ‘Chopper’ Cooper

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David ‘Chopper’ Cooper
    Funeral services for David "Chopper" Cooper, 62, of Cumby will be held at noon Saturday, June 14, at Cypress Baptist Center.

    Interment will follow at Mel Haven Cemetery.
    Visitation will be held from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Friday, June 13, at West Oaks Funeral Home.
    Mr. Cooper died Wednesday, June 4, 2014, at Hunt Regional Medical Center.
    He was born Dec. 17, 1951, in Sulphur Springs, the son of Arthur "A.J." and Arthur Lean Cooper. They preceded him in death.
    He married Cheri Bringham on Aug. 15, 1998. She survives.
    He earned his masters electrician license from Skyline and also worked for Texas A&M-Commerce, retiring in 2010.
    He was one of the founding members of the Knights Motorcycle Club in Sulphur Springs, and the founder and National President of the King Riders Motorcycle Club based in Cumby.  
    Other survivors include daughters Sunji Hill, Ketina Cooper and MyKea Payne of Sulphur Springs; sons Daniel Cooper of Sulphur Springs and Patrick Fullen of Dallas; maternal grandmother Geradine Hornes-Harper of Dallas, Jestina Cooper of Wichita Falls; sister, Diane Margadonna of Sulphur Springs; brothers Randy Cooper of Quinlan, Robert Cooper and Tony Cooper of Sulphur Springs; grandchildren Miya, Gergory, Jakeryan, Issac, Isiah, Gage, Xavier, Dedonte, Denote, Neisha, Allan, Kaleb and Kaleigh;  other children, Gerald "Trey" Weatherall of Lancaster, Adriana Kelly of Greenville, Takiya "T.K." Savage; several nieces, nephews, and cousins.
    He was also preceded in death by son David Harrison Cooper; sister Brenda Lou Harper;  grandparents Curley and Fannie Lou Harper, Arthur Cooper, Sr. and Ella Mae Cooper Lewis; and great-grandparents Walter Clay and Lela Rape-Clay.
    Arrangements are under the direction of West Oaks Funeral Home.
    The online register can be signed at:  westoaksfuneralhome.com
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