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Jean Doreen Cooper

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Jean was born on May 14th 1936 the only daughter of Arch and Bon Cooper. Jean worked for most of her life at Sanderson Wallpaper factory where she was an experience Silk-Screen Printer and was known for her workmanship. Jean did most of the wallpaper for the National Trust using William Morris designs.
After she was made redundant at Sandersons Jean found herself working for Ealing Council and she became a very close friend of Teresa who welcomed her into her family and over the last 20years Jean became an adopted Aunt to her children and grandchildren who knew her as Aunty Jean.
Jean will be missed by all of us a she was big part of the large Critcher family. Jean was the one at the rare family get togethers to provide the details of memories and photographs.
The close-net community where she lived was also a major part of her life particularly in her later years when she was more dependent on her friends.
Jean was a very caring person could be stubbon at times but always there with a sympathetic ear when you needed someone to tell your troubles to.
Jean was a Govenor member of the RNLI and she has always supported the RNLI for a very long time, always sending dontations to them. Its her wishes that most of her estate was dontated to them so that they could carry on the good work they do.
Jean is much loved, and desperately missed by Family and Friends.

Added by: Teresa Cripps on 19 January 2013.

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