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Albert Cooper

Albert Seward Cooper

Monday, March 8th, 1937 - Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020
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Albert Seward Cooper
March 8, 1937 - September 23, 2020

Al died peacefully at Lakeview Manor, Beaverton at 83 years of age. Born in Sydney, Cape Breton Island, N.S, Al and his family moved to Ontario, living in Kirkland Lake and eventually settling in Toronto. As a young man, he found work in the uranium mines in Elliot Lake. He eventually married and moved his family to Bramalea, where he worked in the auto industry. During his years at Chrysler, Al was recognized for his invention called the Cooper Safety Bar. After many years, he retired to 62 acres in Lakefield.

An avid outdoorsman, Al loved to hunt and fish, was an expert marksman with loads of trophies on the mantel, and a motorcycle enthusiast.

He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Joyce (nee Stewart), daughters Kelly (Brad) and Vikki (Pete), grandchildren Brody, Cooper and Grace, step-children Kris (Kirsty) and Mary-Anne and their families.

Also missed by siblings June, Dan (Linda), Jim (Carolyn), Linda (Paul), cousin Shirley and best friend Nick, as well as many nieces and nephews. A special thanks to Lakeview Manor for the wonderful care while Al was a guest. Due to Covid, a Celebration of Life will be held at a future date.
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Terry Christie

Posted at 01:07pm
My condolences to Joyce and family. I am a neighbour who would visit Al and Joyce time to time. I did their bathroom downstairs and was always a pleasure to visit. One day i was there for a visit and i spotted Al's Hamilton Tiger Cats winter coat. I asded Al if he would sell it. Al replied sure. $500.00 bucks. OMG i replied. Well Joyce got wind of the conversation. The next time i visited Al says, Ok $200.00 but you will owe me a favour. Al was a hard nosed guy with a big heart who will be sadly missed
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Terry Christie
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Betty (Cooper) Kingsbury and Al Kingsbury

Posted at 10:24am
Dear Joyce and family, We were very sorry to hear from Uncle Carl's daughter Bethalee that Al has passed away. I remember your visit to the Valley many years ago and think of both of you often. Please accept our deepest sympathy.
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Donald Cooper

Posted at 07:50am
To Joyce, and to Kelly and Viki and their families, and to my Cooper first cousins...Dan, Jimmy, June and Linda and their families, my sincere condolences in the loss of dear Al. Al was a great story teller with a mischievous wit. He held an iron grip and a granite facade, but he was kind and generous for those he deeply cared for. It is truly sad that his health deteriorated and robbed him of his spark and vitality in his last year's of life. To my cousin and friend, I hope Al that you have gone to join that God in heaven whom you were never able to disavow completely. Rest in Peace old friend!
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Debbie and Serge Albert

Posted at 08:58pm
Our condolences go out to all of you..R.I.P. Al
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Cheryl & Sean Bannon

Posted at 08:03pm
Our deepest condolences at this difficult time. Sending you all love and strength xxx
RIP Uncle Al xo A true family man!
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