Brant Cooper, 55, of Marion Township went home to be with the Lord, Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at Heritage Valley in Beaver.
Born December 18, 1964 in Ellwood City, he was the son of John Sr. and Betty Hawke Cooper of Fombell. He was married to Janice Douglas Cooper.
Brant was a member of Concord United Methodist Church. He was an avid hunter and enjoyed muscle cars. Prior to being paralyzed, he loved his job as a carpenter. His children and grandchildren gave him the greatest joy.
Along with his wife and parents, survivors include two daughters, Jaclyn (Mark) Reader of New Brighton, Jessica (Daniel) Bennett of Ellwood City; son, Ryan (Tiffany) Cooper of Fombell; sister, Vickie (Bill) Brown of Fombell; brother, John (Wendy) Cooper of Beaver Falls; foster brother, DJ Heider of Johnstown; four grandsons, Carsen Reader, Cash Reader, Kale Cooper, and Owen Bennett; two granddaughters, Rylee Cooper and Layla Bennett; .
He was preceded in death by a brother, David Cooper.
A celebration of Brant’s life will be held at the Concord United Methodist on October 10, 2020 at 10:00 am with Rev. John Phipps officiating.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic masks will be required to enter the Church.
Memorial Contributions may be made to Tom Siple Foundation 1656 Ringold Timblin Rd. Timblin PA, 15778.
Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.
Our deepest sympathy. Frank and Ethel Aquino
So sorry for your loss. Praying for your family!
My deepest sympathies and prayers for u all
Janice I am sorry for you and your families loss. Brandt was such a pleasant and likable guy. He got to see his kids grow up and to see his grandkids. This is such a blessing. We love you and your family.
God Bless you.
So sorry for your loss You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers
I will always remember Brant as the funnest cousin I had. You see I visited the farm from Texas and I knew nothing of farming. He was the youngest of his brothers and he wasn’t quite as serious. He would help me hide the dumb stuff I did and laugh with me instead of at me. I still appreciate that 37 years later.
He had a wonderful family and was so proud of his children. He will be very missed. I as so glad we were blessed to have him with us and I’m sure he is waking in glory.
Janet and Betty, my deepest sympathies for your loss and I grieve with you and will pray for you during this time.
Our thoughts are with you and your family, Janice.
My deepest sympathy’s for each of you. Brant was such a Special person and so full of life. Thoughts and prayers for all of you. God Bless.