Rev. Jessie Wilson Cooper Obit


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August 31, 1970
Sapulpa Herald
Sapulpa, Creek County, Oklahoma

Rev. Cooper Dies Monday At Age 55

Rev. Jessie Wilson Cooper, 55, 309 E. Anderson, died of an apparent heart attack Monday afternoon while working on a new church for Pentecostal Mission at 501 N. 8th. He had been minister of the church several years.

Born May 11, 1915 at Kellyville, Mr. Cooper had lived in this area 40 years of his life. He lived in California 15 years.

He was state president of the Undenominational Christian Fellowship organization.

Survivors are his wife, Hazel M., of the home; five sons, Gene, Kellyville; Billy, 1325 N. 12th; Robert, 1339 E. Cleveland; S?4 Ronnie E., stationed in Vietnam; Leon of the home; three daughters, Voleta McClure and Naomi Conley of Tulsa; Patsy Childress, 702 S. Main 12 grandchildren.

And also five brothers, Ellis, 424 N. 9th; Floyd, Escalon, Calif.; Howard and Earl of Mt. View, Calif.; J. A. of Depew; two sisters, Ethel Morris, north of Sapulpa; Elsie Thomas, Ponca City.

Owen Funeral Home will announce funeral arrangements.

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Sapulpa Herald
Sapulpa, Creek County, Oklahoma

Cooper Rites Slated Friday

Funeral services for the Rev. J. Wilson Cooper, 55, will be at 2 pm Friday at the Pentecostal church in Kellyville. Officiating will be the Rev. Vernie Edwards and the Rev. Leroy Sewell. Interment will be in Kellyville Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Alvie Welch, George Davis, Ralph Cox, James Barnett, Ernie Thompson, and Buddy Harrington.

Mr. Cooper died Monday of an apparent heart attack while working on a new building for Pentecostal Mission, 501 N. 8th. He was minister of the church. His home was 309 E. Anderson.

Funeral Card

Services for Reverend Jessie W. Cooper

Birth May 11, 1915 Kellyville, Oklahoma
Death August 31, 1970 Sapulpa, Oklahoma

Services 2pm Friday September 4, 1970 Pentecostal Holiness Church, Kellyville, Oklahoma

Reverend Vernie Edwards; Reverend Leroy Sewell

Buddy Harrington, Alvie Welch, James Barnett, Ernie Thompson, George Davis, Ralph Cox

Kelly Ville Cemetery

Owens Funeral Home, Sapulpa, Oklahoma