Geoff Cooper - Funeral Arrangements

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Re: Geoff Cooper - Funeral Arrangements

Post by SwallownAmazon » Fri Feb 10, 2017 1:33 pm

As I was driving out of the crematorium car park in my Volvo 122S rally car, I heard someone who was attending a subsequent service remark to his companion:

"Must have been a classic car nut."

Sums Geoff up in a nutshell, I think.



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Re: Geoff Cooper - Funeral Arrangements

Post by tonypenfold » Sun Feb 12, 2017 1:01 pm

Thank you to everyone who made it to the funeral, and also to the folk who couldn`t be there, but were with us in spirit. I think we gave Geoff a suitable sendoff.
It was great to see so many Reliant, rally, BMW and computer friends of his there to say `Goodbye`. Thank you all again.



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Re: Geoff Cooper - Funeral Arrangements

Post by scimjim » Sun Feb 12, 2017 6:24 pm

Thank you for organising it all Tony, a really good sendoff.


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Re: Geoff Cooper - Funeral Arrangements

Post by roymck » Sun Feb 12, 2017 8:03 pm

Agreed done the man proud



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Re: Geoff Cooper - Funeral Arrangements

Post by philhoward » Sun Feb 12, 2017 8:14 pm

Couldn't have put it better myself - a wonderful send off Tony.


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Re: Geoff Cooper - Funeral Arrangements

Post by Lost it » Mon Feb 27, 2017 11:13 am

I am so disappointed I couldn't get there, but circumstances overtook us unfortunately. A routine Dukes C blood test I had the week before this event came up with a few anomolies, I spent most of the day of Geoffs funeral at QA Hospital having blood taken and x rays performed, being poked and prodded and generally feeling quite nervous. It turns out one of the drugs I have to take for the rest of my natural is creating a few liver issues, but that's under review now.

Sorry I missed saying good bye in person to Cooperman.. But I have no doubt you all did him proud.


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