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Appreciation For John Robert Cooper By Linda Cooper

Hi Love,
Some good news, Joe passed his Army Interview and is going up to Scotland for two days for his fitness and medical exam, you would be so proud of him he is growing into a fine young man just as you said he would. Little Adam has got his date for the Navy, he joins up on the 4-12-2011, its quite a proud time for us. We are all still realing from your death and miss you so much. I try hard to cope and to make you proud of me but it is not easy, I still cry a lot and am very lonely without you, by the way did you have to take the holly tree with you, it died soon after you did and nothing I did could make it survive, I'm trying to get another one but it seem the harsh winter last year wipe a lot of holly trees out, I'll keep trying though.
The boys are fine but miss there dad a lot and the grand kids keep smiling and talk about you a lot.
I love you John
Linda, xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx

Added on: 31 October 2011


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